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The official Numark controller for all versions of MixMeister DJ Software. Released at £359.99 RRP but recently discounted to £159.99 at most DJ Retailers. Decks.co.uk have it on offer now for £99.99 including free delivery. Comes bundled with MixMeister Fusion Live software.

Hardware control surface for MixMeister software
USB 1.1 interface - No driver required
Includes MixMeister Fusion software
Compatible with other MIDI applications
Works with Windows or Mac OS X
94 hardware controllers for ultimately expressive software control

Full info and video http://www.numark.com/mmcontrol
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#1
Wow, this is cheap. Remember when it first came out. Tempted to get it to use on fl studio
#2
HOT!
#3
People still DJ, what type of music are they currently inflicting on their poor neighbours?
1 Like #4
I mix a bit of everything, apart from RnB and Rap, Check out my Soundcloud currently has a Drum and Bass mix and quick house mix. No download can stream in your browser.

Both recorded using MixMeister Fusion.
#5
I have the SoundCloud app for my Mac. I only listen to old stuff.

Good music on Murder Capital now. https://intergalactic.fm/
#6
Lovin that sunday morning mix...cheers capt8)
#7
can u use this on ableton?
#8
Yes it will work as a Midi controller on Ableton, you would need to create a template file for it but it will work.
banned#9
wow just had a quick look at what you now get for DJ's, exciting stuff....things have moved on from my days of Numark CDX. It's all about laptops and all in one deck stations with ipod connectivity. I wish I had been a DJ in todays age.

I use the MixMiester software but never used it for live mixing, just takes the full element out for me. But I am sure this is excellent value for money, and at £100 you are getting a quality product, numark are innovative and functionality is key for their products...
4 Likes #10
sparc
People still DJ, what type of music are they currently inflicting on their poor neighbours?

What are you, like 100 years old or something? :p

Edited By: Gball on Jan 27, 2011 22:19
#11
Bingo83
You created the two tracks using just the MixMiester software? I'm impressed. How difficult would it be for a beginner to start using a bit of kit like this? Would I need anything else? Other than some sort of musical talent...
#12
Good Stuff!!!
#13
I fancy a dabble so I've ordered one - cheers. :)
#14
Is the MixMeister DJ Software better than tractor? Or another dj software for that matter?
#15
might sound daft but what is the point of having only one mixing wheel instead of two like a classic layout ?

http://lh3.googleusercontent.com/public/ODoBYmi75-uaXs6ppL8qkWcQvlMz7pQkoLIXpQIRuA6okzP1TEzj0qTMi8FHouhBCwTq_yq2kusdF_E2frEaH0ACUEXhVx4dOv91kFTLFZTP35dF0urg1E3YqU3mMwyRqXrTjqWl-WN3LYkKvNi1P3XALFfAztkr-AUU5Bgj5oyqOZJhT4v0bNRR9YCg6e6eGoY4cQ


Edited By: leemole101 on Jan 28, 2011 18:58: b
3 Likes #16
Anyone can mix on a computer, vinyl is still the way forward!
6 Likes #17
BoobieTim
Anyone can mix on a computer, vinyl is still the way forward!


Anyone can drive a car, a horse and cart is the way forward.
#18
Crumble
Bingo83
You created the two tracks using just the MixMiester software? I'm impressed. How difficult would it be for a beginner to start using a bit of kit like this? Would I need anything else? Other than some sort of musical talent...


It would probably be easier than the normal deck setup, Mixmeister is very user friendly. The best bit about it is everything does not need to be done in real time like other DJ software, you can create a playlist, attempt the mixes if you mess it up just click undo and try again. The Studio version is very versatile but for beginners this is ideal.

As for it not not being your normal DJ set up, its not supposed to be. Its more a production tool but most DJ software is heading that way these days. Think of each track as a channel the MMControl lets you sequence each track to build up your set.

There is a full feature demo version of all the MixMeister software - give it a go HERE
1 Like #19
Things have come on a lot since my pair of Garrard SP25s sitting in cutaways in a plywood sheet.
#20
Now even cheaper as you can use code jan5off at checkout.
#21
You never got into the whole CD revolution?
Oh, I got a few, but I can’t afford to start all over again...
I mean, I’ve invested too much time and money...
in my albums...
Yeah, but you can’t get new stuff on records...
I don’t get new stuff that often...
#22
Vinyl is anything but the way forward, my back still kills from the years of hauling a UDG bag around and cramming a change of underwear and my toothbrush in the top. Now I take a pre-warped wallet of cd's instead of having to hang around in baggage dreading the appearance of an inevitably mistreated sack of vinyl to punish my poor back again.
#23
Hmm quite interested in this.

Im actually looking for a cheap midi keyboard controller to use with ableton. Any music tech peeps on here know of any good deals? Cheers
#24
I used to use plastic from carrier bags under my slip mats to make scratching my records easier !


Edited By: mekon on Jan 28, 2011 21:07
1 Like #25
Using my Faderfox DJ2 for my bedroom mixing needs successfully for about two years.
The magic in digital MIDI is that you can create templates/layouts and ways of using it on virtually any software. My choice of software always been Native Instruments Traktor
#26
Purchased to see how it goes using it with FL Studios or ableton. Have had a pair of cdj1000s and djm600 for 3 or 4 years. Have been in the market for an xone 4d to use with cdjs and ableton but this might just keep me amused till after summer.
1 Like #27
Can I record the top 40 off of the radio on this like i used to in the 80's??!!!!!
#28
Bingo83
I mix a bit of everything, apart from RnB and Rap, Check out my Soundcloud currently has a Drum and Bass mix and quick house mix. No download can stream in your browser.Both recorded using MixMeister Fusion.

Nice mixing man!
#29
I also used Numark's CDX for DJing as a nipper. It was the natural progression of vinyl to CD.
I now use CDJ900s.

I, too, question the layout of this mixer. Why are there no faders?
I take it that the jog wheel is for midi programming effects as opposed to Jog wheels on a cd deck.
Nice price for a midi controller but probably not useful as a replacement for a traditional fader based mixer.
#30
ssouthall6
Vinyl is anything but the way forward, my back still kills from the years of hauling a UDG bag around and cramming a change of underwear and my toothbrush in the top. Now I take a pre-warped wallet of cd's instead of having to hang around in baggage dreading the appearance of an inevitably mistreated sack of vinyl to punish my poor back again.


I'm surprised you say that...I've never seen any of the top djs like shadow, cut chemist, mix master mike etc use anything except vinyl for mixing and mashups in live shows. Some may use Traktor in conjunction... but vinyl is the format....I'm sure the radio jocks like tong and that lot will use cjds but they certainly dont have the skills of the guys I mentioned above...

As a case in point I was at brooklyn bowl recently to see Kalib Tweli and some bands he was pushing..there was DJ Chela and Hezekial...both djs were on sl1210's using vinyl...


dp one






Edited By: daalphamale on Jan 28, 2011 23:32: s
#31
u0421793
Things have come on a lot since my pair of Garrard SP25s sitting in cutaways in a plywood sheet.


i just gave one away on freecycle lol..I'm in the market for a 401...
#32
is this a pa system?
#33
daalphamale
ssouthall6
Vinyl is anything but the way forward, my back still kills from the years of hauling a UDG bag around and cramming a change of underwear and my toothbrush in the top. Now I take a pre-warped wallet of cd's instead of having to hang around in baggage dreading the appearance of an inevitably mistreated sack of vinyl to punish my poor back again.


I'm surprised you say that...I've never seen any of the top djs like shadow, cut chemist, mix master mike etc use anything except vinyl for mixing and mashups in live shows. Some may use Traktor in conjunction... but vinyl is the format....I'm sure the radio jocks like tong and that lot will use cjds but they certainly dont have the skills of the guys I mentioned above...

As a case in point I was at brooklyn bowl recently to see Kalib Tweli and some bands he was pushing..there was DJ Chela and Hezekial...both djs were on sl1210's using vinyl...


battle!!!





not Talib Kweli? lol
#34
stephen2k5
daalphamale
ssouthall6
Vinyl is anything but the way forward, my back still kills from the years of hauling a UDG bag around and cramming a change of underwear and my toothbrush in the top. Now I take a pre-warped wallet of cd's instead of having to hang around in baggage dreading the appearance of an inevitably mistreated sack of vinyl to punish my poor back again.


I'm surprised you say that...I've never seen any of the top djs like shadow, cut chemist, mix master mike etc use anything except vinyl for mixing and mashups in live shows. Some may use Traktor in conjunction... but vinyl is the format....I'm sure the radio jocks like tong and that lot will use cjds but they certainly dont have the skills of the guys I mentioned above...

As a case in point I was at brooklyn bowl recently to see Kalib Tweli and some bands he was pushing..there was DJ Chela and Hezekial...both djs were on sl1210's using vinyl...


battle!!!





not Talib Kweli? lol


yea thats it!
#35
leedale30
Anyone can drive a car, a horse and cart is the way forward.


Funniest thing I heard today. Have +1 :D
1 Like #36
this has made my day

for all the wanna beeeeez




Edited By: daalphamale on Jan 28, 2011 23:57: education for wiggers
#37
The Vinyl vs Digital debate is old news, who cares how the music is stored its the tunes that count ;)

How about DMC Word DJ Champion Shiftee rocking the Traktor S4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1EVo8v3OG8



Edited By: Bingo83 on Jan 29, 2011 00:39
#38
can we have any opinions from folk who have used this before please - I'm pretty interested!
1 Like #39
FunkyMonkeyDooDa
can we have any opinions from folk who have used this before please - I'm pretty interested!


Check out the trial link at post 18, you can have a play around with the software without using the controller.
#40
Bingo83
The Vinyl vs Digital debate is old news, who cares how the music is stored its the tunes that count ;)

How about DMC Word DJ Champion Shiftee rocking the Traktor S4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1EVo8v3OG8




lol he won it using sl1210's

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf3rz-lE3qQ


Edited By: daalphamale on Jan 29, 2011 01:15: life

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