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Postby Starkast » 19 Jul 2012, 00:55

Hello guys and Girls! :D I'm going to get my summer work payment next week and im thinking about either buying

http://www.thomann.de/se/behringer_djx_750.htm + 2x http://www.thomann.de/se/numark_ndx_400.htm

Or

http://www.thomann.de/se/krk_rp6_rokit_g2_fg.htm x2 with http://www.thomann.de/se/the_takustik_isopad_7.htm

Which is the best choise in your opinions? Either go for producing or go for djing in general? :)

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Postby Darycka » 19 Jul 2012, 01:36

Take the monitors. I'm using both KRK Rp6 as well as a behringer mixer and numark CDJs and I'm completely happy with the monitors and dislike the mixer and CDjs ;)
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Postby Starkast » 19 Jul 2012, 01:47

Darycka:Take the monitors. I'm using both KRK Rp6 as well as a behringer mixer and numark CDJs and I'm completely happy with the monitors and dislike the mixer and CDjs ;)



The mixer seems ok but really not a big fan of CDjs but i feel its a start XD
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Postby Darycka » 19 Jul 2012, 13:16

Rather buy the rokits instead mate, they'll be good to stick with for a long time :)
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Postby Starkast » 19 Jul 2012, 14:55

Darycka:Rather buy the rokits instead mate, they'll be good to stick with for a long time :)

Okey thanks :)
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Postby Antiverse » 19 Jul 2012, 15:10

I would suggest a cheaper alternative to KRK, called Prodipe pro series.

Check them out, they were my first monitors and they beat the crap out of KRK imo :)
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Postby Que-Dee » 23 Jul 2012, 12:32

Producing would be my suggestion coz everybody is DJing. Nothing special anymore tho. On the other hand it is really nice to mix your own tracks when you finished some. :P

Another tip: Better save some more money if you are going to buy a mixer. I got that Behringer myself. After a while some Channels will be broken (you will hear strange crackles etc while fading). Also the workmanship of the fx knob isn't the best...Just my own experience.
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Postby RapingPaper » 23 Jul 2012, 13:45

IMO a producer is a musician, a DJ isnt. IMO DJ's do it for the fame, producers for the music. IMO producer+dj is okay, but just dj isnt. ppl who just DJ lose some of my respect..
and i'm writing IMO because really, its _my_ opinion.

but you should do what YOU feel like, not what will please other ppl the most. if you feel like djing, do it (:
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Postby diesal11 » 23 Jul 2012, 14:06

There can still be an art to DJing, but no-one looks for it nowadays because everyone just wants you to fade from track a to track b...
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Postby VanillaFace » 23 Jul 2012, 14:14

RapingPaper:IMO a producer is a musician, a DJ isnt. IMO DJ's do it for the fame, producers for the music.

DJs who do it for the fame are in it for the wrong reasons and will never get anywhere. It's the DJs that do it for the love of the music that get places. If you feel that you love the music, and want to share it with people through mixing, go for it I say.
Personally, I find DJing more rewarding than producing. I love being able to create a mix that flows. Getting a crowd to react positively to your mix is an art in itself.
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Postby Cykain » 23 Jul 2012, 16:16

Thunderbunny:Hello guys and Girls! :D I'm going to get my summer work payment next week and im thinking about either buying

http://www.thomann.de/se/behringer_djx_750.htm + 2x http://www.thomann.de/se/numark_ndx_400.htm


Well, if you really want to start mixing, i'll suggest you to wait a little more and save your money for something better.
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Postby R3cl41m3r » 23 Jul 2012, 16:19

VanillaFace:
RapingPaper:IMO a producer is a musician, a DJ isnt. IMO DJ's do it for the fame, producers for the music.

DJs who do it for the fame are in it for the wrong reasons and will never get anywhere. It's the DJs that do it for the love of the music that get places. If you feel that you love the music, and want to share it with people through mixing, go for it I say.
Personally, I find DJing more rewarding than producing. I love being able to create a mix that flows. Getting a crowd to react positively to your mix is an art in itself.

True, but there's also a joy in producing, at least for me. The feeling you get when you make a track/kick/other sound that you're satisfied with is awesome.

Still, if you want to DJ, go for it! After all, you'll be helping us producers by getting our names out there!
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Postby Que-Dee » 24 Jul 2012, 10:03

Musugorotsuki:The feeling you get when you make a track/kick/other sound that you're satisfied with is awesome.


Can't agree more! That's really cool! (H)
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Postby MrHardstyleeOfficial » 12 Sep 2012, 17:22

This is my mix ! its not good or something but i need tips!
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Postby DJ Tropus » 12 Sep 2012, 17:36

Que-Dee:
Musugorotsuki:The feeling you get when you make a track/kick/other sound that you're satisfied with is awesome.


Can't agree more! That's really cool! (H)


The feeling when you compare it so something good, goes from :rofl: over :\ to :sick:

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