Numark TTX1 tables
Getting back to my house music days in the 80s. There is some great electronica out there and some amazingly lousy stuff.
Does Club111 need a DJ ?
TimMullen said:I really like the cinder block stands. Haven't seen that since my poor, broke, college student days...rotfl
what, you don't like those? Funny, no one else really seems to like them either.TimMullen said:I really like the cinder block stands. Haven't seen that since my poor, broke, college student days...rotfl
Except that the said elise with the engine rumble as background would serve very nicely for a some house in twisties and some trance on cross country. Since this thread has been hijacked...what do you guys listen to? It's getting harder and harder to find some decent stuff, almost as if they are all becoming cookie cutter mixes.gmoneyjive said:Lately, it's been this thing called an elise...
Didn't say I didn't like them. Just haven't seen them for a long, long time (I graduated in '75). BTDT. But they do work fine, are flexible, and inexpensive.BrianK said:what, you don't like those? Funny, no one else really seems to like them either.
Which shops? I had to order records from the UK and the Netherlands. Any decent US based shops?BrianK said:... but I do most of my shopping online.
http://www.psyshop.com/shinoo said:Which shops? I had to order records from the UK and the Netherlands. Any decent US based shops?
well, that's actually the reason I still use them - they're more stable than anything short of a built-in bar. I should cover them with something though.
I like the industrial nature of your stands....sure beats the heck out my 'goin'-on-a-picnic' table cloth!
You should be able to run the line out of your mixer into the line in on your computer & then use your favorite audio editing software to record the audio & write the mp3 (or whatever other format you desire).Another question; How do I create an MP3 from my mixes? Do I first record to tape and then transfer it? What software/hardware is needed? I'm quite clueless. But I sure know how to dial up a wicked backspin....
Or if you'd rather not have your computer right next to you while you work, for around the same money you can pick up a standalone audio CD recorder, record to CDRW, walk down the hall and rip it to your hard disc from your CD-ROM drive. Not a perfect solution either, but cheaper and certainly lower-tech. Just a thought.BrianK said:
You can go pretty far with sound quality on this section - it can get as expensive to record as it was to buy your setup. That said, you can still use the little line-in that comes on all computers these days & it will get the job done. However, if you get serious about it, you might want to get a decent audio card. I've got an Echo Mia that has balanced 1/4" inputs & pretty high signal/noise ratio. I picked it up for about $250. I run XLR out of the mixer to balanced quarter inch inputs on the computer - it sounds fantastic. You can go quite a bit further if you're anal and have deep pockets.