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Raymilkybarkid

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About Raymilkybarkid

  • Rank
    Retro Is Back
  • Birthday 01/10/1910

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  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Level Of Experience
    Professional - I D.J as a full time occupation
  • Associations
    Pro DJ Association (U.S)
  • Areas of cover
    UK
  • Reason for Joining
    Experienced DJ looking to network with others
  • DJ Category
    Multi Service

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  • Interests
    restoring: - 1970's and 1980's disco lighting.<br />so far: - <br />Lampo UFO<br />Lampo cosmos Ball<br />UFO<br />Revolving Tumbling Ball<br />Clay Paky Astroraggi<br />Clay Paky Astrdisco<br />2 20 bulb Harvesters<br />2 16 bulb rolling boxes<br />2 lampo fanlights<br />Lampo double Derby<br />6 par 56 spinners<br />Nisel 6 head par 56 scanner<br />F.A.L 5 lens scanner<br />2 Clay Paky astrodisco <br />2 12 bulb rolling boxes<br /><br />Restoring classic cars have got 7 in my collection in various states of repair.<br />I Need more Time ......
  1. Well its time to have an big clear out.. Lampo Large Cosmos Ball 2 Rolling Boxes with flight cases UFO's Clay Paky Rango Star Cross Balls Harvesters Switch packs Dimmers Rack case 19" currently housing controller and switch packs Video's on youtube LInk Click here PM me if you are interested open to serious offers
  2. Welcome to the forum and I know where you are coming from with the DMX there are some guys on here that should be able to help or point you in the right direction
  3. Hi You san also get Surge / Spike protectors built in to a multi-way extension lead PC world sell these. Shop about first some will even give you some insurance cover for you equipment but you will need to read the small print to find out if you are covered out of he home.
  4. Getting ready to hang up my headphones..... Well taking some time off to spend with my wife (Who has been seriously ill and still is). Moved home to a Village now slowly selling off some Retro Lighting (If you are interested PM me) Am only commited to a few functions this year but am now doing 2 radio shows.
  5. They are far better programmed IMO. Light Jockey is fantastic and easy(ish) to use you could design what you want the lights to do and run them from a dongle. The guy that has given you the advice is bang on they are not toys and need to treated with respect as parts can be £££ Expensive.
  6. I own and use the SWA1501 which is the 15" version they sound fantastic. I use these coupled with some dB technologies opera 402's and these give a nice clear sound IMO I think you mean SWA1801 not SRM.
  7. I would like to say a BIG thank you to Rob for the post he was bang on and it had nothing to do with DRM. It was down partially to me not understanding the software and how to use it properly. The tagging format was not consistent thus causing some of my problems. Now here is my next problem do I use a PC based controller or do I use a HDD controller. Budget is about £1200 so any tips would be welcomed. Ideally I wouls still like to be able to play CD's as well.
  8. Yes I use DJ PLI Website good honest value for money IMO.
  9. What is DRM protection? This is only part of my collection I still have all of my 7" & 12" singles to rip in real time. 30 odd years of music.....
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