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soulsonica that is amazing! def got the right idea!
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^^^fuck this has to be the cleanest looking setup on here, awesome


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Originally Posted by Darko_

wtf does soulsonica do for a living... beautiful minimalism


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if my memory serves me correctly from djf a while back, something trade related i think. pretty sure he built that himself


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Soulsonica - that is absolutely amazing. Love it.


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Originally Posted by buriedinsnow

x 2. I think I love you. Such a beautiful setup. Very classy!!


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soulsonica that is amazing! def got the right idea!

Glad you guys/gals dig. I'm a DJ and a designer (graphic, product concept, marketing, etc). Anyone here who may dig the console enough to want to tackle the job themselves, just let me know and I'll get you sorted with the plans.


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Soulsonica wins thread.

Haha, I didn't know it was a competition. I found this board (nice site BTW) while searching for some other stuff and spotted a couple of threads I though I could contribute to and share ideas. Glad you dig ;-)


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tis a very nice and clean set up! i still don't get the point of that style of headphone though..

Thanks Bumby.

That style headphone is commonly referred to as a cuestick, lollipop, stick headphone, monophone, etc. The point of it is it to simply "cue" your tracks, not necessarily monitor the mix with it. That's what proper monitors are for. With proper monitors, you cue up your track (you can even set the cuestick down now) and do all the monitoring of the mix (or blending) by listening/feeling the monitors and not being isolated from the dancefloor inside headphones. IMO it's a much more accurate way of mixing because it really keeps you connected to what's actually happening on the main system/dancefloor during the mix and headphones tend to lie about that. Proper monitors tell the truth every time. The key here is though that you must use proper monitors. Sadly though, many so called "dance music" venues that have DJ booths don't have proper monitors and whenever faced with those circumstances I use traditional stereo headphones (MDR-7506 specifically), but whenever proper monitors are available, I always choose a proper cuestick. One of the keys to using a cuestick though is that you really need to know your tracks inside and out. When you know your material, there is no need to waste time futzing around inside headphones familiarizing yourself with a track, or trying to determine if the track your cueing is something want to play or not. If you are prepared to DJ and know your material, none of this is an issue.

Advantages:

- Lighter weight

- More compact for traveling in gear pack

- More durable

- Easier to get away from (ie: neck not strapped in and tethered to a regular headphone band)

- Un-isolated cueing of tracks made easy

- Interchangeable high-quality connection cable

There's a thread here about all this here: http://www.inthemix.com.au/forum/sho...d.php?t=238410
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Hey all - I've received a number of inquiries about the modification I did to my turntable flight cases, so here's a thread outlining what was done (tried to post this separate, but for some reason the board here makes you wait two weeks to do so).

It was a real simple mod that has many advantages:
Cables aren't wound up and kinked inside case were they can be damaged due to stress
Power plug and RCA connectors aren't inside cases where they can move around and scratch TT's finish during transport
External cables can be quickly swapped out in case one got damaged
Since factory cables no longer drape over edge of case, lids can be quickly clamped on/off at a gig should area be needed during another DJs set (ie: CD decks)
All cable lengths minimized and optimized
Ground cables eliminated
Decreased setup/teardown time (very fast!)
Improved aesthetics

Before I did this mod, I upgraded the factory Technics RCA cables to high-grade cables, shortened length, and used high-grade female terminations instead of male. I chose female so that if I ever found myself in a situation where I had to use the TTs out of their cases or if the custom external cables couldn't be used, I would be able to simply plug on a set of standard RCA cables any length needed and run to a mixer. I also eliminated the pesky external ground wires by grounding them inside the TTs.

Power receptacle: Switchcraft EAC309
XLR receptacle: Switchcraft C3M

Inside the case, underneath the TTs, the power and XLR receptacles are each wired with short pigtails that plug into the TTs' cables via appropriate M/F terminations. This way TTs can quickly and easily be unplugged and removed from cases if ever required.

Lastly, I made a set of custom XLR to RCA cables that are just the right length for plugging into either my mixer or DVS interface.

Hope this helps for all who may be interested.












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Dude, I'm so in love with your attention to detail here I wanna see some of your graphic work (student here) and possibly hear some of these mixes..

You should write to a DJ mag... I smell feature story...
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Scotty Mac finally makes his appearance... hehe

Every time I've seen this thread I thought of your setup.
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ok, well now somebody is going to have to tinypic some photos for those who are getting shafted at work...
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DAM YOU SOULSONICA



amazing set have been jealous since i saw it on DJF (i'm blodders)
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that is one damn sexy setup.
So nice to see a purely vinyl setup also. Props.
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someone repost pictures
or soulsonica, my email is awesome.

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Yes Soul has got the right idea all round there

Well done mate you should be very proud of that

Make my set up look like a dogs breakfast ha ha ha




Mabey one day I will have something that looks as clean
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^ what program you running on the lappie there?
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^looks like torq
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Yep Torq 1.7 with Xponent and MPD24 set up as controllers

I have mapped the 5 cue point triggers on each channel and the sampler functions (play and volume) to the MPD

Its great for when you cue point your drums n shit and can drum your own beats mid track

You can do it straight off xponent but I find the trigger buttons on xponent to be too small to really get a good flow going plus dropping samples is much more satisfying off the MPD than just clicking the play button in Torq on the lappy

Then all of that runs through Kaos Pad for a few fingah effekts
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testing out midi capabilities
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Soulsonica that table is absolutely amazing!! I was just wondering what materials you used, I dont really need the plans as I have CDJ's but if they can be sent via email or whatever, I would love to have a look just to see how they have been constructed. Thanks
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How much were those speakers under the lappy nrgizer?
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Free from my garage lol.. They originally came from an old kenwood cd player though i have them powered by my home receiver/amp. Nothing special really but they sound pretty good for bedroom mixing
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Originally Posted by Darko_

Dude, I'm so in love with your attention to detail here I wanna see some of your graphic work (student here) and possibly hear some of these mixes..
You should write to a DJ mag... I smell feature story...

Hi Darko. I don't have any graphic design online yet in one concise location, but am working on a website right now www.flyerworks.com which will have some in the near future (hopefully). It's just time man, and you know there's just now enough of it. lol. Anyway, thanks and glad you dig.

PS: Regarding mixes, here's some of mine that I have hosted online. Nothing real recent though. They contain various different styles, moods, etc.. I spin deep house, jazz, funk, soul, disco, latin, garage, tribal, acid, tech, dub, skate, afro, broken beat, psychedelic, etc..


Scotty Mac | DJ Mix | Live at Upstairs Lounge | Circa 2008

Scotty Mac | DJ Mix | Live at Kinky Disco | Circa 2008

Scotty Mac | DJ Mix | Deep Fusion | Circa 2004

Scotty Mac | DJ Mix | Mi Casa, Su Casa | Circa 2004

Scotty Mac | DJ Mix | TK421 Modification | Circa 2002

Scotty Mac | DJ Mix| Aquamarine | Circa 2002

Scotty Mac | DJ Mix | How Do You Feel | Circa 2001

Scotty Mac | DJ Mix | The Sermon | Circa 1998



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Scotty Mac finally makes his appearance... hehe

Every time I've seen this thread I thought of your setup.


Haha, yes, it is I. Do we know each other Grander?



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ok, well now somebody is going to have to tinypic some photos for those who are getting shafted at work...

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someone repost pictures
or soulsonica, my email is imjoshua at gmail dot com ....

Sorry loulslogic, I don't know what a tinypic is. I use a simple Photobucket account for hosting pics. Are they still now showing up? I see them fine now on this browser. Maybe a refresh is needed.



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DAM YOU SOULSONICA



amazing set have been jealous since i saw it on DJF (i'm blodders)

Please, no jealousy man. If you dig it, make one for yourself. This is exactly why I share info and the plans with fellow DJs should they want them. You'll find (at least I do) that you spend a lot more time mixing and getting intimately familiar with a lot more of your music because it's ready to go whenever your home. Just drop the needle and play baby. The simplicity and convenience factor makes it very easy and motivating. Most cats who get real serious about their craft usually wind up investing in something like this at some point.


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Yes Soul has got the right idea all round there

Well done mate you should be very proud of that

Make my set up look like a dogs breakfast ha ha ha

Mabey one day I will have something that looks as clean

Looks like you already have a very nice setup there Shifty. If you're looking to build a home for it all, go for it man. Thoroughly plan it out and I'm sure you'll be pleased with the results.



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that is one damn sexy setup.
So nice to see a purely vinyl setup also. Props.
Rule number one for a design - obsessive compulsive disorder

Thanks Tony. I have to admit that it's not 100% vinyl though. I do have Rane Serato hidden inside the console. There's a hidden flush mounted USB port that allows my to simply plug in a MacBook Pro and go digital whenever I need to. I am for the most part a traditional vinyl purist, but can't be limited these days by ignoring digital. Serato is best of both world IMO. Out of all the DVS systems currently on the market, I find it to be the one that most closely replicates the vinyl experience. Not a lot of extra special effects, blinking lights and gizmos I'll never want/need, just simple, solid performance. Everything I need, nothing I don't. It's truly like having your cake and eating it too. Thank you Rane/Serato!

Oh, and regarding OCD, haha, yes, I'm starting to think that I just might have that. My girlfriend has been trying to convince me of that for a while now. I tell her that if that's really the case then it's a disease and I have no control over it so back off and to leave me alone while I go clean something somewhere. lol


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Soulsonica that table is absolutely amazing!! I was just wondering what materials you used, I dont really need the plans as I have CDJ's but if they can be sent via email or whatever, I would love to have a look just to see how they have been constructed. Thanks

Hi powmow, glad you dig. Console was constructed from birch and high-density premium grade fiberboard (HDF). These materials cost a little more than MDF (medium density fiberboard) or plain particle board, but they are much stronger and will last much longer. Well worth the extra expense if this is something you plan on keeping for a while IMO. The entire exterior is covered in Pionite brand matte black laminate and all the edges have been color matched. I love this material for this type of application because it is non-reflective, very durable and is highly resistant to smudges and fingerprints. It's extremely easy to clean and keep clean. The reveal separator between the top and bottom sections is 1" brushed aluminum. I'm more of a minimalist and personally not into flashy **blingy** types of stuff, but if you are or want something different, the console could be covered in literally thousands of different colors and/or materials. Plans (and more pics) are here inside this online album should you want them: http://s177.photobucket.com/albums/w...ica/?start=all
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soul - did copy your design a little and started to make my own version of the desk
link to thread

i love the clean look but am just too messy to maintain it
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Haha, yes, it is I. Do we know each other Grander?

Not personally man, I've been kicking around on UGH for the last few years.
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i cant see soulsonics setup

pics not working can you repost?
http://jayjsmooth.blogspot.com/
www.soundcloud.com/jayjsmooth
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^ i can,
probably something wrong with your connection or something
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yeah i can still see them

and they're absolutely stunning. incredible setup!
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Is that laptop stand magnetically-shielded?

Otherwise, your digital data's days are numbered.
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This is my setup when i first started (minus the 1000).





and this is my setup I had when I quit....





plus my setup which didn't travel...

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nah nah nah, nah.

photobucket is no for a lot of workplaces.

the firewall here thinks your photos are pornographic.. they probably are.

if this is the setup off DJF that is all stained oak wood etc then I might have seen it.

eitherway. tinypic.com doesn't get blocked by my overzealous net-filter.
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Hmm, there's porn on photobucket? I'll have to take a look...
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ok i can see them at home now

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Soulsonica, wow. Thats some effort right there.
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Picked up some Truth 2030p's and some hd-25's... extremly happy with both

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my humble set up:

2 x Technics SL1210M3D
2 x Pioneer CDJ800 MkII
1 x Allan & Heath Xone 62
2 x Behringer Truth B2031A
1 x Sennheiser HD25
2 x Spacetek CDJ Stands





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lots of tasty set-ups.. very cool indeed!

my little set-up..

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lots of tasty set-ups.. very cool indeed!

my little set-up..

massive record collection..noice noice
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x 2. I think I love you. Such a beautiful setup. Very classy!!

x3

Instant cred.
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massive record collection..noice noice

a few hundred tunes? not quite massive.

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a few hundred tunes? not quite massive.

more than i have
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compared to most DJ these days that is a massive collection, Keep it up! Save the vinyl!!!

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my humble set up:

2 x Technics SL1210M3D
2 x Pioneer CDJ800 MkII
1 x Allan & Heath Xone 62
2 x Behringer Truth B2031A
1 x Sennheiser HD25
2 x Spacetek CDJ Stands


How are those spacetek - they look really good - i am thinking about investing in some soon for my set up

I've got about 400 records.....does that make my collection big....woohoo - i thought i always had a piss weak collection
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compared to most DJ these days that is a massive collection, Keep it up! Save the vinyl!!!

Kieren.

Thanks mate - I love me vinyl, there sure is some history and happy memories wrapped up in some of those sleeves
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How are those spacetek - they look really good - i am thinking about investing in some soon for my set up

I love 'em.

They're solid as fuck (each one would weigh >10kg plus your TTs sit on the base) and are plenty versatile with how you can set them up. Only real downfall is the price. Mine were around the $200-$300 each mark. I think there's a version that has two arms/trays coming off a central pole which would probably make it slightly cheaper, but these were all they had in stock when i was buying and I cbf waiting for more to come in.

The ones i got were designed specifically for CDJ1000s, but my 800s fit in there fine.
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my humble set up:

2 x Technics SL1210M3D
2 x Pioneer CDJ800 MkII
1 x Allan & Heath Xone 62
2 x Behringer Truth B2031A
1 x Sennheiser HD25
2 x Spacetek CDJ Stands






were did you get the stands they are fucken awesoe

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Is that laptop stand magnetically-shielded?

Otherwise, your digital data's days are numbered.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/11657..._pc_myths.html

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The same goes for hard drives. The only magnets powerful enough to scrub data from a drive platter are laboratory degaussers or those used by government agencies to wipe bits off media. "In the real world, people are not losing data from magnets," says Bill Rudock, a tech-support engineer with hard-drive maker Seagate. "In every disk," notes Rudock, "there's one heck of a magnet that swings the head." Want to erase data from a hard drive you plan to toss? Don't bother with a magnet. Overwrite the data that is stored on the media instead. For flash, fill up the drive with anything, like pictures of your beloved dachshund. Unlike with magnetic media, from which experts can usually recover at least some overwritten data, once new data is written to flash media, the old data is gone forever. To overwrite the contents of a hard drive, try Eraser from Heidi Computers.

Doubt it really matters dude.
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^^^ I'd be worried re corruption of existing data (applications falling to load, audio clips can't be retrieved) rather than wiping it completely senseless. That is a far more realistic concern over ensuring every last piece of pr0n.jpg can't be recovered long after the trash has been emptied.
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were did you get the stands they are fucken awesoe


Pretty sure that's a Dairy Farmers logo in there...
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Nothing special, just the usual
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^ is that the DNX1500?
if so whats the mixer like
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were did you get the stands they are fucken awesoe

Got them from DJ Warehouse in Stanmore, although I'm guessing plenty of other places would stock them.

They've got some really cool shit on their site, especially in the DJ Booth section

http://www.spacetekusa.com/Dj_Gear.html
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Nothing special, just the usual

tis nice NOT to see a DJM800 there
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http://www.pcworld.com/article/11657..._pc_myths.html

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To overwrite the contents of a hard drive, try Eraser from Heidi Computers.

Doubt it really matters dude.

If you REALLY want to premenantly delete data, I recommend Microwave
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