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 Post subject: favorite mixer?
 Post Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2008 8:10 pm 
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not an booze question either!



what are you guys' favorite mixers to mix on?


i know it's been discussed to death elsewhere, but i haven't heard
your opinions...

for the last few years, i have been digging an original UREI...



what say you all?

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 Post subject: Not A Big Deal To Me
 Post Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2008 10:07 pm 
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New Orleans guy! To me, any mixer that is equalized and balanced works.
I really have no favorite. I first started with a slide mixer, forget which, then BOZAC. Then slide and light fade type. As long as it goes from one channel to the other. I know some deejays swear by theirs, to me, no big deal. Currently at The Ranch House, Ray has a Berhinger, I believe. It is very good, handles smoothly, and gets the job done! Plus it has like 8 channels.

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i generally don't like too much scratching,
having a rotary makes it less likely i'll be hearing a ton of it...

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 Post subject: favourite mixer
 Post Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2008 11:09 am 
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My favourite mixer is the RANE 2016 because you have the rotary knobs for long and smooth mixing and the crossfader for some real fast live edits,plus a real 3-band EQ in every channel that help you to fix any sound difference if you have to play an album cut after a 12inch and a good output.
For the sound of today Pioneer 800 is another very good mixer because it has all the modern technology that a dj needs to be more creative.


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 Post Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2008 1:07 pm 
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In most clubs & bars in the Uk, you will finf 80% of the time the following;

PIONEER 800

2 x PIONERR CDJ's1000MK 3

2 x TECHNICS 1210's


This is the set -up i have at home.

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 Post subject: It Must BE nIce!
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It must be nice! I have that one turntable with no needle, an that is it!

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In the early days it was a Bozak.

Then the Melos or GLI in the 80s & 90s.

I now prefer Rane or Xone for sound quality when playing live even though I use an old Pioneer DJM 500 @ home.

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