Pioneer DJM 700 Mixer Part 2 Demo – Global Sound

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Pioneer DJM 700 Mixer Part 2 Demo

Rik Parkinson guides you through the Pioneer DJM 700, a superb mixer , teaching you the basics of the unit, some tricks and tips and what happens when you put it all together. This is Part 2 of a 2 Part video exclusive to HTFR, being demonstrated before the official relase date, so don’t forget to check the other part out for the complete experience! Stepping up and building on the legacy of the legendary djm600, the djm700 mixes in some of the features of the flagship djm800 for a performance orientated mixing master piece. Featuring 96khz/ 24-bit digital sampling system with 32-bit dsp (digital signal processing) it delivers incredible, head-turning sound. Renowned for their effects, pioneer haven’t held back in this department with the djm700. Innovative beat effects and pitch adjustable roll sampler provide mind-blowing opportunities for live re-mixing. You can cut beats from your track and stutter for on-the-fly performance and editing. There are also nine other effects including delay, echo, transform, filter, flanger, phaser, reverb, robot and the djm800’s crush effect. On top of all these effects, the world first effect frequency filter opens new doors for expression. It can be over-laid with the bpm synch effects for filtered flanges and other never before heard effects. It can also be used independently as a manual filter with high pass (remove the bass) and low pass (leave only the bass) that a-list dj’s love to use to work crowds into a state of frenzy. 49 of
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  1. Im eating my own balls right now, I want that thing so bad.
    I have a Vestax 17A, nice mixer, but yours blows you while making you scrambled eggs. Wow, very cool

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