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#1 sputnick007

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 03:53 PM

I have been playing with VDJ home version for a while now and find it really good.
I have just bought a DJ controller but find that VDJ will not work with external controllers unless you upgrade to the Full Pro version. Unfortunatley it is about 250.
I`ve tried Serato intro but that only works with a controller and doesn`t have any PC controls.
Traktor LE is also quite good but has anyone used the Traktor 2 that retails for 80. Is it much better than LE.??
I would like to stay with VDJ but not at that price.

#2 Tonsk

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 06:21 AM

Will you be using VDJ for a hobby or actually to DJ with to paying customers?

If it is a hobby, then understandable that you'd think it's expensive, however if it's to actually DJ for paying customers, then 220 is peanuts.

I own the Denon HD2500 and am thinking of either getting a Pioneer MEP7000 or another HD2500 for backup - either of which will cost me more than 220 (more than double in the form of the Pioneer) but I use it week in, week out so over the course of 3 years, it pays for itself constantly......

#3 fester

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 08:50 PM

VDJ does seem expensive when you buy it outright but if you bought a controller that came with the LE version, don't forget that you will get a discount on an upgrade to Pro.

Also worth mentioning is that VDJ Pro is a once only purchase, you get free lifetime upgrades to the latest version.
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