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    2 x CDJ 850s
    2 x technics 1200 m5g
    DJM 700

    15" Retina Macbook Pro
    Ableton 9 Suite
    Focusrite Scarlett 6i6
    Ediroll MIDI Keyboard
    Maschine mk2 w/ Komplete 9
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  1. Bounce Audio in Prahran are good.
  2. They probably both run off 2.4Ghz which is common for interference. Microwaves etc. will also cause issue
  3. I'd avoid the 1/4" -> RCA adapters and ensure you're using TRS cables -> whatever your monitors support (XLR or TRS). This will help. This is a decent starting point to run through in order. https://support.native-instruments.com/hc/en-us/articles/210293145-How-to-Resolve-Ground-Loop-Issues-Humming-and-Buzzing-Sounds- What I'd do next: -ensure you're using balanced cables and inputs on everything -try the ground lift xlr adapters -try DI box. If you have a mate with the adapters and/or DI box to test first that's always a good way to go.
  4. Desktop or laptop? Is the interface plugged into the computer directly, or via a USB hub?
  5. Comeback is in the works! Stay tuned for revival details.
  6. Moved to buy & sell section. Please post approx. location so people know where they'd have to pick item up from
  7. SSD is definitely the way to go these days! Hope it continues to work for you without trouble going forward 👍
  8. This is probably more for advanced users, but I personally dual boot my laptop with one install for work and general day-to-day stuff, and the other install dedicated to music-related stuff. This is for two reasons: Each install is optimised for purpose. Performance is optimised for music software, no additional programs in the background reducing performance Removes distractions when working on music stuff. This is only a mental thing, but good not to have notifications coming through etc. Some general things you can check on your PC: As Beatless said, ensure all your power settings are set to max performance when DJing Do a restart of your PC right before you start DJing, this ensures minimal stuff is running in background Remove all unnecessary programs from PC startup Check and update system drivers Check and update Windows Check and update Traktor software
  9. This is the track you're talking about. Sounds around 145BPM Most 90's techno/trance-ish songs should go OK. Will post a couple of examples later when on my laptop with music.
  10. The EP used to be up on the bandcamp site with a link to a free download which is when I got it... Just checked back and the link is still there but doesn't work anymore 🙁 I did find the individual track on bandcamp for purchase though https://fatimayamaha.bandcamp.com/track/whats-a-girl-to-do If you can find this JV edit anywhere as well it's a pretty sick version
  11. Looking forward to the end product!
  12. Yeah it's really circumstantial I guess.. I try and keep things that run in the background to a minimum so it runs clean - that helps a fair bit too. Just look forward to paying for all the software upgrades for everything to work on the latest Mac OS (still haven't done most of mine yet $$)
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