Mobile Dj Equipment List

mobile dj equipment list
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  • A general term that includes all necessary guitar, bass and keyboard amplifiers, drums, microphone stands and cables. (also known as Backline)
    mobile dj
  • A disc jockey (also known as 'DJ or deejay''''') is a person who selects and plays recorded music for an audience. Originally, disk referred to phonograph records, while disc referred to the Compact Disc, and has become the more common spelling.
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M-Audio Fast Track Pro 4x4 Mobile USB Audio/MIDI Interface with Preamps
M-Audio Fast Track Pro 4x4 Mobile USB Audio/MIDI Interface with Preamps
The Fast TrackĀ® Pro delivers all the mobile recording flexibility of the Fast Track, plus even more professional features. You get two front-panel mic/line inputs complete with phantom power for condenser microphones, inserts for outboard effects, balanced and unbalanced analog outputs, S/PDIF digital I/O, MIDI I/O, and more. Fast Track Pro also features near zero-latency direct hardware monitoring and low-latency ASIO software monitoring, plus an A/B source switch and dual output pairs for DJ-style cueing. Fast Track Pro is compatible with most popular PC and Mac music software. Features Include: 24-bit/96kHz audio interface * 2 front panel mic/instrument preamp inputs (Neutrik XLR/ 1/4'' TRS) with: gain controls, signal/peak lights; pads for each input; insert jack (1/4? TRS) for outboard processors * 2 balanced outputs (1/4? TRS) * 4 unbalanced outputs (RCA) * S/PDIF digital I/O with w/ 2-channel PCM * S/PDIF out also supports pass-through of AC-3/DTS surround-encoded content * 1 x 1 MIDI I/O with activity LEDs * Headphone output (1/4? TRS) with level control * Headphone A/B source switch for DJ-style cueing * Input/playback mix control for hardware direct monitoring * Mono switch for input/playback direct monitoring * Master output level control * Near zero-latency hardware direct monitoring * Low-latency ASIO software monitoring * USB connection to computer * Powered via USB or optional AC power adapter * Kensington lock port

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Step 11. Named Equipment Lists
Step 11. Named Equipment Lists
All Equipment List File's that are stored in the "Data" directory of Urbemis will be displayed in this form. Each equipment list stored in a file will be displayed under the file name. Select a list by clicking on the checkbox next to the equipment list description. A checkmark will be displayed in the selected box. To finish the assignment, click on the green button that appears once a selection is made.
Step 7. Named Equipment Lists
Step 7. Named Equipment Lists
Each Named Equipment List file may hold multiple equipment lists. You may want to create a Named Equipment List for each project you work on, and inside the file you may have a list for each phase of construction. Equipment lists can be copied from one Name Equipment List file to another. Use the "Save this File" button to save the current equipment lists into a Named Equipment List file.

mobile dj equipment list
mobile dj equipment list
Rane Serato Scratch Live DJ Solution with Audio Interface
Scratch Live supports all these file formats: Fixed and Variable Bit Rate MP3, AIFF, AAC, WAV, OGG Vorbis, CD Audio and direct from the mixer. Record from your Mic and immediately scratch as if it was on vinyl. Record direct from vinyl or CD and save as 16-bit 44.1 kHz stereo file. Easily import your playlists and iTunes library. You can drag from Explorer (Windows) or the Finder (Mac) into the Scratch Live library. The crate and subcrate system helps organize your library and sets. Hot-swap external drives with fast automatic library merging and retention of crates. Browse your music collection by album, artist, BPM, or genre, with optional album art display. Intuitive search function can be applied to any field to find things quickly. Edit ID3 tags with full Unicode support. Preprocessing of MP3 files is not required except to detect corrupt files or use the auto-BPM and auto-gain functions. Auto-BPM detects tempo information for tracks without it, saving it with each file. A tap tempo button allows you to enter your own. Auto-gain lets you set a target gain on any or all songs in your library. You can also manually adjust individual gain, remembered in each song file. Different operating modes can be assigned to each Virtual Deck: Absolute Mode - exact reproduction of record movement, needle drop through tracks - just like normal vinyl. The beginning of the track is mapped to the start of the record. Relative Mode - skip-free scratching, jump to cue points, and pitch bend buttons combined with turntable control. This mode observes the relative forward and backward movement of the record, but does not regard the position within the record. Internal Mode - mix with just your laptop using features modeled on DJ CD players. Rewind, Bend down, Play / pause reverse, Play / pause forward, Bend up, Fast forward. Auto mode - play a sequence of tracks automatically.

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