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PowerOnPlayAugust 2010 - PowerOnPlay
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This video will show you how to create a custom Serato Scratch Live MIDI Map using Denon's DN-S3700 Direct Drive table top CD player. I tried to explain the new HYBRID mode that Denon is releasing soon. It will include the audio signal timecode from most DJ software companies like Serato. You use almost all the buttons and knobs to control everything in Scratch Live. The Platter, Pitch Slider, Reverse button and Play will be used in HYBRID mode to control the timecode.

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Are you tired of all these so called free MP3 players that are loaded with bloatware and crash? Then take a look at foobar2000. Is was designed by Peter Pawlowski (initially released on December 20, 2002). It's updated often and does an awesome job at playing back almost all file formats. I even use the Crossfader DSP to fade from 1 song into another.

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The Bridge is Open for Beta.

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With the revolutionary new Denon DJ Hybrid MIDI mode free F/W download, current users and future owners of the DN-S3700 or DN-S1200s will be able to use various supported DVS applications (on either a PC or Mac®) such as Serato™ Scratch Live for direct spinning platter control (for DN-S3700).

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The big screen is something called Token, developed by vimeo user yöyen munchausen.
The software is called Emulator and created by Pablo Martin.

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BrussPup, YouTube illusion sensation, has returned with his latest wizardry: a series of zoetrope panoramas that are only visible when viewed both at a certain RPM (thanks, turntable) and at a certain shutter speed (thanks, video camera).

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