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Waterproofpaper
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Registered: Aug 2007
Location: V-Neck, CA

Update on my setup..






I spin indian style and we have a little pow wow at home with the temporary table.


My dog after his surgery.


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stan229
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Registered: Jul 2006
Location: Brooklyn, NY

quote:
Originally posted by n3lly
Nicely said..


Recess, love the new booth. Nicely set up as well. Odd that you used the wall brackets for support instead of letting the MDF (i'm presuming) take the weight but obviously you were just after more support.

I know exactly what you mean about Serato being more basic and just working.

The way I look at it TSP and Serato are a bit like Mac and Windows.

Serato is like a mac, for someone who just wants it to play their music and they want to be able to beatmatch with either timecoded cd's or timecoded vinyl they can. Few Cue points, basic looping. Done.

Traktor, which is still plagued with quite a few bugs (can't wait for 1.0.3 upgrade to come along) is like Windows. It takes a little while longer to get everything set up the way you want to but once you've done the hard work and set everything up it can actually run quite smoothly with endless possibilities in regards to effects/looping/synching whatever takes your fancy.


There's a reason why a lot of people (read professionals) haven't completely switched over to Traktor Scratch Pro from Traktor (scratch) 3.0 but after an update or two I think the program should be running a little more stable. Serato in the end of the day has been around for quite some time now.


Anyway, Nice set up Hope your book is doing well..

nelly


I wouldn't make that analogy. You can do WAY more things with a Mac than a Windows machine. I'm not sure how familiar you are with both operating systems...

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AnomalyConcept
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Registered: Jun 2005
Location: Chicagoish, USA

I think he was talking more about the 'takes forever and a half-year to set up' and the amount of effort required to set it tweak it to your liking (Windows) vs. the 'works out of the box in a more intuitive and simple manner' (OS X).

It's great when you can just copy ~ and have all your preferences. =)

If you want to take the analogy further, Serato can do video mixing but you gotta shell out the $$ for the hardware (the TTM57). =D

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epdarks
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Registered: Sep 2005
Location: mpls mn

Hey waterproofpaper, what speakers are you running?

92 is sex.

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Waterproofpaper
LOL TRANCE!



Registered: Aug 2007
Location: V-Neck, CA

Jbl 2445j is whats connected to the horns
Jbl 4648a-8 Subwoofer

Still gotta get an amp.. dont wanna use these tubes.


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n3lly
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Registered: May 2003
Location: Dublin

quote:
Originally posted by AnomalyConcept
I think he was talking more about the 'takes forever and a half-year to set up' and the amount of effort required to set it tweak it to your liking (Windows) vs. the 'works out of the box in a more intuitive and simple manner' (OS X).

It's great when you can just copy ~ and have all your preferences. =)

If you want to take the analogy further, Serato can do video mixing but you gotta shell out the $$ for the hardware (the TTM57). =D


Spot on mate.. It was a rough analogy...

I completely see where you're coming from stan229. (and completely agree) End of the day I've got my MBP, love it to bits and am learning new useful and completely useless stuff yet very cool every day. (EG. Ctrl+Option+CMD+8.... gives a nice affect)

Then you've got automator which I find incredible!

Anyway the list goes on but it was just a rough analogy.

Traktor Scratch Pro's 1.0.3 update is past the beta testing phase and into it's final testing so should be with us pretty soon. Should make it a whole lot more stable

Love the setup waterproofpaper, nice soft ear pads on the 25's as well.

nelly

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DJ RANN
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Registered: May 2001
Location: Hollywood....

quote:
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(EG. Ctrl+Option+CMD+8.... gives a nice affect)


...Known as the claw and mantis. (go on make the fingers....)

Recess, that set up is great but don't you suffer from the room being small and the speakers being so close to the ceiling?

Also, are those oldschool concentric cone tweeter Tannoys - I got a pair of late 1970's 15 inch Concentric Tannoys at home.

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DJRecess
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Registered: May 2006
Location: Glasgow

quote:
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Recess, that set up is great but don't you suffer from the room being small and the speakers being so close to the ceiling?

Also, are those oldschool concentric cone tweeter Tannoys - I got a pair of late 1970's 15 inch Concentric Tannoys at home.


It's not too bad actually. It's better than the setup I used to have with a pair of stock Phillips speakers that were too low down. I'm right in the sweet spot the way they are pointing anyway. Add to that a second set of basic speakers behind me, and a big sub-woofer on the floor - and the room is a tight as it needs to be.

With all the sound-proofing I did to that space (walls, ceiling, floor all have loft-insulating wool at 50mm, polystyrene boards at 50mm and then gyproc sounbloc boards) there's no loss of sound anywhere in there - even with my tinnitus loaded ears, you can hear everything as clear as day in there.

As for the speakers, not too sure HOW old they are, but I picked up those Tannoy System 8's (NFM II) back in 1990, and they were in use a fair bit before then too I think. They're old enough to drink, sure - but I've never had monitors that sounded better and pack as much of a punch at the same time. They weigh a tonne though! Just hope I screwed the brackets on well enough!


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DJ RANN
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Registered: May 2001
Location: Hollywood....

They're great monitors and you should hang on to them as long as possible. By the way, tannoy offer re-coning of their vintage speakers. It's quite cheap and their factory is actually up in Scotland.

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Registered: Oct 2004
Location: Huntington Beach, CA

some new additions...ssl, denon dn-s1200, m-audio bx-8a deluxe.


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Waterproofpaper
LOL TRANCE!



Registered: Aug 2007
Location: V-Neck, CA

quote:
Originally posted by DJ RANN
...Known as the claw and mantis. (go on make the fingers....)

Recess, that set up is great but don't you suffer from the room being small and the speakers being so close to the ceiling?

Also, are those oldschool concentric cone tweeter Tannoys - I got a pair of late 1970's 15 inch Concentric Tannoys at home.


Neg.. made for the JBL tweeters.


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quote:
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some new additions...ssl, denon dn-s1200, m-audio bx-8a deluxe.




trigger finger looks nice. did you paint it yourself?
if so, was it easy?


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