WNAMM09: Stanton's Turntable and Mix Controllers

Way cool bi-directional control for the DJ      30/01/09

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This one is the DJ equivalent of a motorized fader MIDI control surface, allowing bi directional communication with your DJ software. In practice this actually means the platter will stop and start based on what the software is doing, the pitch fader will move based on mouse control etc - it's pretty impressive.
    Features:
  • Flagship deck controller for laptop DJs and remixer / producers
  • Adjustable high-torque 10" motorized platter with vinyl surface and superior tracking
  • 100mm motorized pitch fader with recall for sync with software
  • Velocity-sensitive pads assignable to loops, cue points, etc.
  • Assignable Encoder section with 360° of LED feedback
  • LCD "scribble strips" for two-way communication with selected software
  • Familiar Transport section for direct music control
  • Perfect for adding maximum control capabilities into existing DJ software
  • Easily controls multiple virtual decks for powerful multi-channel mixes
We also took a look at the SCS.1m the Stanton Control System Mix Controller
    Features
  • Familiar 4-channel design with intuitive high-precision metering
  • Assignable Encoder section with 360° of LED feedback
  • LCD "scribble strips" for two-way communication with selected DJ software
  • Easy controller mapping into popular DJ and VJ software
  • Navigation section for remote browsing through playlists
  • Mic and Phono / Line input for sampling, archiving vinyl, and remixing
  • Built-in FireWire connections with full Mac and Windows compatibility
  • Standalone mix controller, or in combination with SCS.1d deck
  • Balanced, studio-quality TRS output for mains; RCA booth output and 1/4" headphones output
  • Unique footswitch input enabling hands-free control of software parameters
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madmax    Said...

This is OT, but the page for link http://www.sonicstate.com/news/2009/01/30/roland-synth-sound-library-for-$5/ is missing.

30-Jan-09 09:41 AM


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