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12oz producers, reccomend me a mixer

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here's My beast.....

 

EURODESK SL2442FX-PRO

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I bought it for $600, you can find it alot cheap, like $400.

 

 

Yamaha

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Pretty simple. Nothing to it.

 

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This one is more of a mixer but really, i can use both my top soundboards like a mixer.

 

and my last one...

 

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or can reccomend something that's in the same price range?

 

It really depends what you want.

 

What are you using for music? Cds? Vynals? Computer?

 

From the looks of it, you are using something simple to play music and want a mixer with built in effects and such.

 

My mixers only have the EQ and Effects that affects the audio. I dont need loop, samples, patterns and such cus thats all in my other equipment.

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Anyone have a Mixer that has the cut feature? Mine has it.....

 

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But it sucks. I can set it to "fast" or "slow". If i put it on fast, it still lags because when I cut, the Volume goes down when im cutting.

 

I need a mixer that cuts nicely. Anyone?

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HAHA LOL & using 3 tracks on an 18 track mixer

 

 

overkill much?

 

But I have that same berhinger eurorack model, but the 8 track version. I would suggest that fpr homeboy, or even you T4 since you clearly arent using those other 15 or so tracks for live band instrumentation

 

 

and thread starter - dont waste money on that boss multitrack if you arent going to record on it, multitracks can have signal noise when used soley as studio mixers. Roland is a good brand, but either way its overkill once again

 

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I got this for about 500$ 5 or so years ago new and have used it for many shows and in studio, its a workhorse. im pretty sure this model is discontinued, but really any beringer 8 track mixer should do you, with or without effects -0 The rental place I use to work at used these beringhers, they are best live and not great for high end studio, but perfect fdr event and basement/bedroom studios

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Anyone have a Mixer that has the cut feature? Mine has it.....

 

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But it sucks. I can set it to "fast" or "slow". If i put it on fast, it still lags because when I cut, the Volume goes down when im cutting.

 

I need a mixer that cuts nicely. Anyone?

 

denon? really bruh? what were you thinking.. if youre gonna go cheap at least get a stanton

 

get a vestax pmc-04/5/6 used, they are great scratch mixers you can find everywhere used, they last forever, just get a newcrossfader

 

if you wanna go pro get a rane ttm-56

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i got it as a Xmas Present and this....

 

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I started to practice scratching and gettting better at it. I use another Mixer for Mixing and turntable (those are always put away. Only take them out at the shows). Now I just want a Mixer that cuts nicely to continue practicing my scratching. Ill check those Vestax Mixers.

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no scratching with a Vestax mixer and denon cd player. thats just insulting to the Vestax name.

 

do the real deal. VINYL.

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I have turntables, but im using timecoded vynals. Im not going to spend money on records and i dont want to go into that conversation neither.

 

Just needed feedback on a mixer, that's it.

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lol yeah im on there practicing away on the tiny chat. you can ask anyone there how good im getting with the scratches.

 

They are fresh..........

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i will vouche any day dude. shits always fresh as fuck. you should record, sometime.

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What do you want this mixer to do? If you only need two channels, I highly recommend the Rane TTM 56. Great EQs, excellent sound and faders. Ecler is worth checking out as well.

 

 

As mentioned, a Vestax pmc 06 is a great option if you just want to work on cutting. It's compact, and you can find them super cheap.

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I want the mixer to be precise with the cuts. The denon that i have doesnt seem to catch the cuts when i use the "crab" technique. When I cut really fast, the volume decreases and you cant tell im cutting fast.

 

Im really interested in the Vestax PMC 06 now. Didnt they have a gold mixer too?

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