sick! must come check this out soonWiseman said:Picked up a USB midi interface and played a bit last night with torq. Created a 'OMG CDJS?TURNTABLES ARE FUCKED' setting to control everything in torq (except the mixer) from the 4000. Channels 1 and 4 I assigned to midi and routed them through 2 and 3. The line fader is the pitch with different buttons assigned to play, cue, Sync. A knob assigned to the waveform display which allows me to roll forward or back or nudge during playback. Too awesome!
If i am not using the mixer to control playback I hav a setting to use channel one as midi and scroll through and load tracks without touching the laptop!
Now I've got to start playing with ableton.
yeah i got their line-mixer this year for a really cheap price - the RX1602 i think it was less than $200. anyways the main output on it is two seperate knobs and one of them isn't calibrated to zero. so it doesn't output perfect stereo signal of all my synths to the computer.docta seuss said:Behringer's always-attractive pricing isn't a result of super-duper friendly management.
some of their midi controllers are decent, and people do luck-out with other pieces of gear, but their stuff actually feels cheap, and longevity is not a strongpoint. you'll hear this time and time again.
True enough... My goal was to sell my Xone32 and buy a DJM 800. The price of the 800 has shot up out of reach.Mike Goodwin said:most prices are going up like crazy right now in Canada due to the economy.
i thought you meant technics as in the brand?REMI XO said: