Tech tools and hardware

  • Look - skratchworx prides itself on not posting stuff ahead of time, and also fact checking info before posting. But with different divisions of Panasonic telling different stories, I'm left with a mixed bag of yeses, nos and maybes. New Zealand and Australia seems to be the root of all rumours this week, and said rumours actually appearing to be panning out. The alleged official Japanese statement we've been holding out for seems to have surfaced. Allegedly.

    Post date: 01/10/2010 - 8:52pm
  • Like so many of you probabky still do, I listened to my years of Dj creations through regular hifi loudspeakers. Granted, they were nice Tannoy Eclipse speakers, but still lacked real clarity. And it wasn't until I got me a pair of Stanton ATM.6 monitors did I realise just how lacking loudspeakers can be. So I'm always interested when I read about new monitors, but I wasn't expecting any from Pioneer. Making what I suspect to be the second of the 3 new Pioneer announcements for BPM are the S-DJ08 and S-DJ05 active monitors.

    Post date: 01/10/2010 - 1:07pm
  • thedotmasters a posté une photo :


    Working on a new thing, there is nothing on tv as usual but there soon will be

    Post date: 29/09/2010 - 8:58pm
  • Love 'em or hate 'em but teasers get people giddier than a school kid full of Redbull. And having seen the previous teaser ad get people speculating (some close, some very wrong, and others just funny), I've laid my hands on another image for you to pull apart. Get your CSI Photoshop heads on and try and extrapolate this into a full 3D image… or just wait for Saturday because you'll probably get it wrong anyway.

    Post date: 29/09/2010 - 3:12am
  • In just a few days, the Serato Ortofon S-120 battle will kick off at the BPM Show (did I mention that before?). There's booty aplenty up for grabs, and in return we'll need just 2 of your finest battle minutes using vinyl, customs or Scratch Live. Saturday is full, but Sunday is in need of just 1 more DJ to fill the 5th spot. I'll even put together a little goodie bag of my own for the person brave enough to step up to fill the slot.

    Post date: 29/09/2010 - 2:44am
  • The lines of demarkation between DJ genres are always moving. There has for a long time been a massive fracturing of technology and only certain types of DJs used certain technology and woe betide any who dared to dip their toe in the other pool. But now DJs are not only dipping, but are actually swimming in their neighbours technology pool. And this is very evident with turntablists and controllers. We've seen DJ Shiftee, Rafik and Craze do their thing with Traktor hardware, as well as the very recently posted Rasp promo for Numark's V7s. And here we have the current US DMC champion Etronik giving the American Audio VMS4 a bit of a workout.

    Post date: 29/09/2010 - 2:19am
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