Edit beat me too it I've been seriously considering a rotary mixer, I was looking at the E&S 400 and the Condesa Electronics versions but that Rain looks special, I recon it will be more than the e & s though.
MrW wrote: @disco, new MP2015 out end of this month, probably be around £2.5k.
@DELFOR, not tried ^that but used a friend's an MP2016S and XP2016S, so so nice. Makes my DJM700 feel Fisher Price
Yes, had one a pioneer years back, surprisingly they hold their value relatively. I traded to it in for a urei, they were going cheap at the time. Records sounded amazing on it, disco records sounded like house records. Was pretty unforgiving in the mix.
The E & S looks sweet such a good size and with isolator too. Someone out there is doing copy for a fraction of the price but was recently recalled.
The Condesa is a decent price. The n77 (changed name but can't remember the old one) below it, is a valve mixer, I looked at that too, but I kind of think it will sound too warm! The one below it is designed by floating points it's the size of a microwave and costs 25k or something stupid. Urei is very nice, I'd want a Bozak
posted 23 Jan 2015 00:52, edited 23 Jan 2015 00:52
would like a feel of these. deck doctor kept on about it when he was servicing my turntables. hes also a sound tech at fabric and gets to play with it whenever they bring it out. in his words iirc it kills the lot
The hell is anyone actually going to do with gear like that unless they own a nightclub? I mean nice gear is nice gear but ultimately you're going to be using what the venue has and hope to god it's semi serviceable.
What do you mean? that Rane the Condesa, E&S and the N77 would be fine for use at home, the bigger rack mountable stuff would be waist though. Why wouldn't it be serviceable? I play techno and was always into doing tricks etc, but as I've got older I'm getting more into long mixes, sound quality and trying to create something different, which would be more suited to a rotary just a shame they're so fucking expensive.