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Old 7th August 2008 , 08:35 PM
conor_j
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I do agree with you there ed, but I do think these things are made as a novelty item rather than something to be used to perform.

Ive used a pacemaker myself and I quite like it, I can see its use in a ipod sort of fashion with the ability to pull almost credible mixes where traditional decks arnt an option, i.e 4am at a house party lol

I dont see why people get excited by these things tho, because at the end of the day as youve said....its not dj'ing after all. Same in my oppinion goes for software mixing platforms such as tracktor and the like. I dont think ableton falls in that category as its a whole different concept, but I do think people nowadays spend too much time trying to act like a dj, without actually putting the effort in and learning the skills.
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