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Topic: virtual dj setup
karqHome userMember since 2008
What timecodes would be the best choice for virtual dj?

torq timecodes?
serato?
NUMARK VIRTUAL VINYL?

Posted Sat 06 Sep 08 @ 2:58 pm
Getting the software will help, that is registered software.
The timecodes I bought from this site work very well for me. I am using the Maya 44 USB, form ESI and the timecodes from this site.

Posted Sat 06 Sep 08 @ 4:20 pm
karqHome userMember since 2008
Right now I dont have the software yet.
And I cant buy from this site. I can only use the local shop :S

Posted Sat 06 Sep 08 @ 4:57 pm
mp3jrickPRO InfinityHonorary MemberMember since 2003
Why cant yoy buy from this site?

Posted Sat 06 Sep 08 @ 5:48 pm
karqHome userMember since 2008
First of I live in Estonia :D
Secondly I dont have a creditcard.

Posted Sun 07 Sep 08 @ 4:23 am
jimmy bPRO InfinityMember since 2007
karq wrote :
First of I live in Estonia :D
Secondly I dont have a creditcard.


Have you thought about Numark Cue or Numark Virtual Vinyl, both can be purchase though a store.

Basically, Numark Cue is the same as VirtaulDJ, but under the Numark name, Virtual Vinyl is Numark Cue, with Audio interface, timecoded CD's and timecoded Vinyls, (a all in one package).




Posted Sun 07 Sep 08 @ 6:08 am
karqHome userMember since 2008
I know that, but those are more excpensive then Virtual dj.
If I get virtual dj setup, then it will cost like $250
Numark cue cost like $500 here and torq is $560

I can get virutal dj soft secondhand.

Posted Sun 07 Sep 08 @ 9:52 am