Denon S1000 turntables
Denon X100 DJ Mixer
BCD2000 Bcontrol DJ mixer
MTX audio PA speakers
Kaysound MK4902 MIDI Keyboard
Roland Boss DDR-660
Roland Fantom Xa
Fender Stratocastor Guitar USB amped
I downloaded pro tools LE only to find that you have to have digidesign hardware to use it. I want to use it for recording records to use for serato and also to record mixes. Is there any way around the whole digidesign hardware thing? PLEASE HELP!!!
M-Audio Axiom 61 , Reason 4.0 , Adobe Audition, Pro tools 8.0, M-Box, Tascam Us 2400 console, Mpc 1000 , Gateway Computer , and 6 tbs worth of externals. I now have added the openlabs tse miko to my arsenal, wow what a machine.
Welll, sadly, I have FL Studio Version 8, Producers Edition and that's it. I mean, I have some vst plugins, but no MIDI controller or MPC. HEy, I'm just a broke mixed kid, lol. Hopefully I can build on it soon, though.
reason 3.0 and 4.0, i like 3.0 better just because im use to it way more. reason has insane drums and great effects. highly recommended for hip/hop producing. FL is amazing for mixing, from personal use. i still have fl 5 producer edition, i aint in any hurry to get a newer version, it simply has the essential shit you need
I am using AtomixMP3 software.This allows you to mix like a pro DJ with your computer. Either you are a music lover who wants to burn your own mixed CDs, or a professional DJ who performs in a nightclub, AtomixMP3 will surprise you with its ability to make your life so much easier.
I use Sonar Cakewalk 64-bit edition on Windows Xp-64 ( i know its a dying breed but it still works), along with countless vsti's.. my old Alesis QSR 88key weighted keyboard/controller, Reason rewired into Sonar sometimes and my brain. Also working with a nice amount of RAM (8gb) and 64-bit platforms and Sonar allow me to utilize every last bit of it. It's rad