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Hi guys
I have posted a couple of very similar newbie posts in the past. Each time I get more serious and am on the verge of (seriously) buying now
I have very little experience - I have worked with the demo version of Virtual DJ and will start with the Traktor Pro demo this week
Me and a friend are very keen to have fun with the performance side of things (working on multiple virtual decks with loops, acapellas, instrumentals etc.). In addition we will want to incorporate video (probably in the second half of the year) once we are comfortable with all the audio bits and pieces we are looking to work with.
I am seriously swaying towards getting a Audio 8 DJ plus the full version of Traktor Pro. I don't think that the Traktor Pro Scratch package is worthwhile given that we are not that interested in scratching and don't have easy access to vinyl or CDJs for practice purposes (maybe we can convince some club owners though).
1) From a cost point of view does the Traktor Scratch Pro version make sense - even from the point of view of later flexibility?
Given what we are looking to do I know that it is likely we will start using Ableton in the future.
I see that djtt says much about using the M-Audio Oxygen as a midi controller.
2) I have an M-Audio Ozone. It looks to me much like the Oxygen - can I also use it as a Midi controller?
Since there will be 2 of us (and sometimes 3) playing together, is it worth buying some other gear collectively? I know that this forum has much to say about the VCI-100, Korg nano and Akai MPD. Other things that I have seen mentioned are the M-Audio X Session Pro and the budget Behringer mixers, in addition to the M-Audio Xponent. Of course A&H stuff sounds great (though not sure where drum machines, mixes and other controllers fit into things) and is much higher up the price scale.
3) For someone starting out with my future aims and setup thoughts, as well as NAMM coming up this week, what sort of gear do you suggest I look at from a vaue-for-money and future point of view
4) With NAMM coming up as well as recent upgrades to Mixvibes and Torq, together with the Serato-Ableton tie-up, do you think that there are other options worth considering other than Traktor + Ableton?
5) Finally the reason why I am keen to get stuff in the beginning of February is that I will be coming over to the US. Given that my local power supply is 240V and having gear plus multiple adaptors is not great for playing purposes, do you have any suggestions on how I can best try and meet this challenge
Thanks for all your thoughts,