Vinyl-Controlled MP3 Mixing And Scratching

Quad software for Windows allows connection of up to 4 turntables to a PC      24/05/07

Vinyl-Controlled MP3 Mixing And Scratching


Quad from Schaack Audio Technologies is a new Vinyl-controlled MP3 Mixing and Scratching Software. It allows the connecting of 1 or up to 4 turntables to your PC using Windows XP or Windows 2000. You just need to supply an ASIO soundcard with Phono Inputs (1 Stereo In per Deck) or Line In's (with Phono Preamp). Features:
  • Advanced Timecode Vinyl Tracking System
  • Automatic Tempo-Matching of 2 up to 4 MP3's
  • Beat-matched Cue Samplers and FX
  • 3-Band parametric mid Equalizers
  • SVF (State Variable Filters) and X-Filters
  • Full MIDI Control possible using Midi Learn
  • Explorer-like Browser and ID3-Browser
  • ID3 Tag editing possibilities
  • Organization of MP3's in cases
In order to use the Timecode Vinyls, you need to download the latest version of Quad in the online downloads section. It is recommended that potential users try out Quad in Demo Mode (without Timecode Vinyls) before buying the Quad Starter Pack, to make sure their system is well adapated for running Quad.
Pricing and Availability:
Quad Starter Pack - Introductory price of 89€ (+ VAT + 10€ shipping fees)
The Quad Starter pack consists of 4 Timecode Vinyls and a registration code (needed to order further Timecode Vinyls at 15€/Vinyl if you need some more).
More information:
  • www.quadscratch.com

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