Behringer Tweakalizer

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by re:dream » Tue May 28, 2013 1:47 pm

Yes, the x:one looks pretty powerful and I can see that it would go nicely with a Launchpad. But that would be way outside my budget and my needs! My local music store is offering me a special on the LPD (about 50 Euro) and that will more than sort me out.

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by Timbeaux » Tue May 28, 2013 2:28 pm

i buy the most of my gear online. my favorite is thomann.de. if u r from europe it should be possible to buy there (cause i never got any problems, have had the best prices, 3 years warrantee, 30 days money back guarantee) and they have veryvery often B-stock to sell. All of my midi controllers are b-stock.

here the lpd 8 for example:

http://www.thomann.de/gb/akai_lpd_8_b_stock_2.htm

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by re:dream » Tue May 28, 2013 2:58 pm

8) I am in Cape Town. Web-ordering music gear is not a good idea, not least because the shipping charges tend to be prohibitively expensive & ZA customs add on another enormous whack just for good measure.

I plan to make sure I go to a sociology conference in Berlin some time next year. And come back with a Push in my suitcase 8)

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by Timbeaux » Tue May 28, 2013 3:00 pm

this is a good plan :)

Good Luck to get one

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by re:dream » Wed May 29, 2013 3:08 pm

Timbeaux wrote:maybe get a LPD 8 first (around 35 euro)

u have 8 pads and 8 knobs.

I use knob 1, 3 and 5 for EQing and knob 7 for an autofilter @ Deck/Track/Channel 1.

Pads are really usable for EQ-Killswitches or activating effect routings.

I have this controller for 3 or 4 years now, and its rock solid. works like the first day, and it feels more quality build then the nocturn (i tried it in a music shop). Only negative things are the length of the knobs, they are a lil bit short.
OK. Acquired. This is looks like about 200% on the mark. I can see this going very nicely with Tarekith's collection of DJ effects.

I assume you just use MIDI mapping?

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by Jack McOck » Wed May 29, 2013 3:46 pm

You see, when I asked what you wanted to do, you could have said "use Tarekith's effects". I was even anticipating that answer.

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by re:dream » Wed May 29, 2013 5:00 pm

8)

And Funken's mouseless control.

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by Timbeaux » Wed May 29, 2013 9:02 pm

yes only midi mapping

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by justchris86 » Wed May 29, 2013 9:20 pm

i started DJing with ableton and used the A&H Xone 2D. along side the LPD 8. it was a great little setup!
works well and its small.

i have since then switched to Traktor and the Kontrol S4

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Re: Behringer Tweakalizer

Post by re:dream » Thu May 30, 2013 4:24 am

Yes. I can see Serato in my future. Any software that's good enough for Mad Mike Hogan is good enough for me.

I also got one of those rinky-dink LPK25s. The teeny little keyboard. I can like to be wowing the crowd with a solo on one of those 8)

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