The S4 is great since I can plug in my acquired Technic 1200 without any additional equipment. I've been practicing scratching for 3 months now and my orbit flares are getting respectable. Two nights ago, my fader started feeling really "weird". It didn't have the same click action it did when I first started scratching.
I live where there are no Rocketry equipment, I need help getting started from Scratch. Close. 4. Posted by. u/Techguy10110. 4 years ago. Archived. I live where there are no Rocketry equipment, I need help getting started from Scratch. I have a little bit of KNO3 and a lot of gunpowder (don't ask). I need help getting started from the bottom.
· The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Electronic Dance Music Production (or the Getting Started FAQ redone) Hi everyone, it's yo boy Harmy and I've been recently wanting to make a good and honest beginner's guide for a while now that I would have loved to have.
· Consider investing in a DJ starter pack. Audio Technica and other brands will often compile starter packs, that provide you will a relatively cheap pair of turntables, a mixer, and the other necessary equipment to get started DJing, at less than the cost of purchasing everything separately.
Get the decks. Honestly, the ns7 is ok and a decent emulation of turntables via a controller, but they are just that: an emulation. Consider maybe a DJ sp1 or akai afx for some more native sdj options than you would get from a 3rd party controller. Another thing to consider would be the reloop neon to contorl the sampler in serato.
Hi, I am a reasonably experienced club DJ who hasn't spun for a while but looking to get back in to it soon. I was a former vinyl obsessive who switch to CDXs for the practicality when I started doing regular gigs to save my back from giving out hauling records about.