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  • dj bandoinedj bandoine

    Visiosonic PCDJ RedPublished on 02/24/05 at 11:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The instalation with no problem

    GETTING STARTED

    Bug on the CD playback and the BPM does not work.
    I used it with an external mixer, (A player on the way one of my table, Player 2 on channel 2 of my table, using two sound cards), otherwise use the gallery is reop my taste.
    it reads the mp3 wav, but not wma.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Most
    the interface is clear.
    cue function very practical
    pitch up to + - 52%

    the -
    bugs
    no loop

    OVERALL OPINION

    N / A
  • GpforceGpforce

    Visiosonic PCDJ RedPublished on 07/31/05 at 06:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I received this software dmo, I tried it and I found it easy to use trs.

    I served in the evening beginners to mix the time the crowd arrives
    before attacking blow Technics ...

    My config is a XP2000 + @ 2GHz with 512MB PC2700, an HD and 2 80 120 all
    well fitted on an asus A7V8X-X and a sound card Terratec phase 88.
    Before he turned over a Celeron 633MHz with 192MB of SDRAM: no problem with this stuff already.

    Two outputs to drive left, two to the right of a portal, in the same
    Manir a classic double CD.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installation without any problem

    No incompatibility DCEL home for 3 years.

    The config is simple, no option pervert ...

    The manual?? Not re…
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    I received this software dmo, I tried it and I found it easy to use trs.

    I served in the evening beginners to mix the time the crowd arrives
    before attacking blow Technics ...

    My config is a XP2000 + @ 2GHz with 512MB PC2700, an HD and 2 80 120 all
    well fitted on an asus A7V8X-X and a sound card Terratec phase 88.
    Before he turned over a Celeron 633MHz with 192MB of SDRAM: no problem with this stuff already.

    Two outputs to drive left, two to the right of a portal, in the same
    Manir a classic double CD.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installation without any problem

    No incompatibility DCEL home for 3 years.

    The config is simple, no option pervert ...

    The manual?? Not remember having read ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The config I already rpondu above ...

    Everything is nickel

    ---

    Config 100% stable, and also on my old config less powerful ...

    NO NEVER EVEN AFTER PLANTING OF HOURS AND HOURS!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Approximately 3 years

    Easy to use, each function's keyboard shortcut logical place ...
    Perhaps the loop that are not necessarily visible, but the keyboard can
    have them in real time and seamless with the possibility of playing in reverse
    The function of break and slow boot like vinyl are intrrssante ...

    The highlight is that you must prciser possder two identical sound cards or output
    many, if not your bpm will not be the same for a same tempo because of the buffer DIFFERENT
    the stuff ... but otherwise you will snap bpm correctly.

    At the time I have tried other software that was beginning to hit the market but they have the
    not caught my attention.
    Quality price ratio? It does not look too expensive in view of the bug-free functions with respect to hardware ...
    Basically, the economic double CD, but works.

    This is a good choice, I live dj mix with this soft but personal, nothing beats the old school with
    max 45tr good ... But otherwise it's a great complment for those who do not have cd ...
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