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Doddy last won the day on January 6 2020

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  1. So im not sure if any links or promos can be put up. If not allowed, remove as required, but I know Z-Trip has started streaming on twitch and im just in the middle of watching his set and omfg! amazing. If anyone wants to check it out you can click link here: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/600812875
  2. Just to throw my 2c in. AMD CPUS are so much better bang for buck, obv SSD or the m2 stick to boot OS and HDD for storage. Actually just reading through Scottie's info and that's the way I would go as well. PCpartpicker makes it a quick easy way for compatibility as mentioned earlier. Not sure where you are based Cupe, but generally, when I lived in Canberra got all my stuff thru PC Case Gear (really competitive prices) and when im in Brissy I generally visit UMart (really competitive prices as well and PCCG ship costs end up more $$). I tend to steer clear of MSY, not for pricing or anything but the experience I have had with them, the sales person was a douche mc'gine-stein so have never shopped there again. Anyways those 2 are my go to for components. I have had my current build which is only now starting to show its age (i7-4770k) and its has been fine for the last 6 or so years that cost around 2ish K initially to build, and I haven't bother overclocking anything either, but it works fine for the missus and is stable and i think my next build will be along those lines and possibly a gumtree cheapie just for linux distros to play with or just go the whole hog and get a rack mount server and run multiple VMs on it. Side note, are you comfortable putting the pieces together and building it yourself, and may I ask why you chose scorptec?
  3. Thanks beatless. This is just omfg mind blowing amazing. Cheers!
  4. I meant watching the creator way back when. He's been on YT for so long
  5. Doddy

    A Belated Hello

    Welcome buddy, Bris represent! Keen to hear what you have created
  6. Doddy

    Hi all!

    Hi roger, glad to have you around, welcome mate
  7. Hey Labrat, firstly thank you for taking the time to write this up. Secondly, screw you for posting this up while im at work and can't check it out till I get home! Nah all jokes aside thank you for the write up, really appreciate it. I think that will help me and others to at least get a grasp of what is going on and there should be enough information between your write up and the vids for us to continue on our journey and search for things relating to the topic. Thanks heaps mate, +Rep fo sho!
  8. This guy also is pretty awesome and has lots of stuff I recall watching way back when Hope these worked, as im at work and get ICT security 'access restricted' so, yeah..... Also I saw there is a manual for that piece of hardware, might be worth having a quick scroll through or find the online manual pdf and 'ctrl + f' and search alot quicker that way
  9. I just had a quick googlefu and found this Its for the audacity settings to record the dj mix. Looking at some images, it looks like it has rca outs and usb, so I would try - as others suggested to me previously - with the rca > 3.5mm jack and get that into the pc and then record via audacity. *Note* take this with a grain of salt as I have not recorded a mix to a pc before. All this new digital trickery is harry potter wizard style IMO - That said some 'product' + record dj mix how to's should show you a few options.
  10. I'm not 100% but I would assume the usb link would be enough, I have copied vinyl to hdd via usb cable and audacity previously, but from what I can recall, I don't think I was able to hear it through speakers. I just ended up cropping etc and with vinyl you can slightly hear it from the stylus on the record, but there was a visual representation that shows up in audacity. Have a play around and do some tests, it was fairly straight forward from memory. Sorry I can't be more thorough with my answer and I'm sure some of the other guys here will be able to add more detail
  11. Yeah nitro, I kinda noticed it literally after I posted and realised there is a whole section to it. So defs my bad! Time to keep on reading and researching I thinks. Just blown away by how much things have changed.
  12. Herpa deeerrpp, just saw the traktor v serato thread. I will look in there first. That's what I get for asking questions without searching
  13. Hey guys, so again asking some simple/dumb questions, stumbled across this while at work today, and just wanted people opinions on going to the digital side of turntables. (scared!) Obv im thinking the biggest PITA is going to be copying vinyl to digital format...not hard but FML would take a lifetime. Other than that, I wanted to check on what peoples opinions are and which one they thought was better and why. Ie Serato has multiple cue points, Traktor has ...... I will search and dig around as im sure there wil be a topic on here somewhere, but also wanted to get feelers out for others opinions. If it helps I was leaning towards serato only because I have used it once or twice - familar with it more but really have no loyalties, but then I saw traktor is NI and I have Maschine, so that might be something to consider as well. Anyways, keen to hear your thoughts
  14. Hey Wazza, I might take you up on that. I need to get back on my decks, as I hate the thought of being too heavy handed and just basically hella bad, spinning on someone elses equipment - heaven forbid break something (which I would feel obliged to pay for), but if your still open to this invitation in a few months I wouldn't say no. Let me get some practice in and will message you to organise a time that suits in the upcoming few months. Thank you....also quite a collection of toys you have
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