View Poll Results: What type of DJ are you?

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  • DVS or Software

    159 30.34%
  • Strictly vinyl (collect and play records, time-code vinyl for DVS does not count)

    43 8.21%
  • CDs only

    28 5.34%
  • Vinyl & CDs

    25 4.77%
  • Both CDs & DVS/Software

    58 11.07%
  • DVS & Vinyl

    90 17.18%
  • I play it all (Vinyl, CDs & DVS/Software)

    121 23.09%
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Thread: What type of DJ are you? Strictly digital? Do you spin vinyl records?

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    Member JonAvalon's Avatar
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    I still do everything, i like it keep it open.
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    I knew what you meant rek


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    Thought it was pretty much accepted that "going digital" meant running a laptop, but I corrected my mistake to keep it movin.
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    well, my cdjs play off a usb hard drive. so technically im not playing cds. im so fucking confused.

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    DVS and Vinyl.
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    My setup can support any of the above mediums, but I mostly am digital/midi based.
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    Shenanigans Will MaXimal's Avatar
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    Everything, i have a few records i have bought for my small collection that i enjoy playing. Mostly just use my controller though because its very good.
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    dvs and vinyl. i had CDJs and vinyl and DVS for awhile, but it was just an extra step to burn MP3's to CD so i sold them.
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    I'm with Kevin here, DVS is a controller. CDJs are a controller. Folks using CDJs with Serato always sort of fascinated me as to why they wouldn't just get a VCI-100/300 -- thinking of leaping to controller myself. Never selling my decks tho.

    Quick Edit: Serato exclusively pretty much at this point.

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    The handsome, charming type

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