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  • ozgur

    i tried the demo. program didnt sound good. and stoped trying other things. also not looking good and safe.

  • Tha B-Rad

    Does it support any sort of time code vinyl?

    • Cebo Glover

      can someone answer this please?

  • MidVinter

    This could easy be the next thing, kicking traktor in the boot really good, serato may be a good software but it looks dreadful.

    One might be great with some adjusments here and there, i really like it.
    it looks better then Ableton, and performs better then traktor and sound as good as serato.

    The audiorouting and Midimapping (LEARN) is ingeneous, back in the day remotes had a learnfunction, and it was as easy like counting 1,2,3

    Native Instruments traktor, feels like stoneage comparing to this, you can manage many thing with the learnfunction, and this should have been in traktor 3 from the beginning, so easy, so nice, and what a great result.

    Midi is simple, why not make it the same when mapping controllers and hardware, heck even my Amiga 500 with a midikeyboard and knobs was more easy to program even without a manual, and there were tons of stuff you could do if you wanted to and had the right software. then say T2P with a basic controller.

    No i think One will go a long way, its quite more unique and apealing then the latter softwares out there, i just hope they dont tread in the same steps and drop on their arse.

    I rather buy this and try it out then Flow from MIK!, thats saying alot about this software
    Traktor may be good, but they have ALOT to learn about design and midimapping!, and as a good example, The Traktorbible!

  • DJ Zan

    How does “cue’ing” (headphones) work on this? I mean,when setting up the clips ahead, can listen to how i will sound or are you only able to do “by eye” instead of “by ear”?

    Hope u understand my question :)

    • grosbedo

      Since the timeline-edit-mode is inside a deck, you can pre-listen this deck in your headphones, and when you right click anywhere on the timeline you can select “Listen from here”, which will place the playing cursor exactly at this point so that you can listen the track from here (thus you can listen exactly where your transition is beginning between two timelined tracks).
      Not yet as intuitive as the former MixMeister prelisten mode, but it’s working good.

  • Percivale

    Interface needs a major revamp.

  • Petter

    Can’t make this work with my Twitch, even after the update!

  • http://www.antifmradio.com/ antifm

    i wonder if you can run this at the same time on the same machine while Traktor is running?

    • jesus juice

      for what pupose?

  • Pabs

    Is it fun to DJ with this, at the end of the day is the reason why I use 2 technics or 2 CDJs, because it’s fun as hell

    • djcl.ear

      What a question!!…
      when you can have fun with a turntable or a lollypop, this gives us the remixing, overlaying, tweaking, routing, etc wonders some of us scarcely deared to dream on and it can do all those LIVE. … This comes from an odd corner of the planet, now out at finger reach…
      ///I’m grabbing some Finnish/Australian crazy music and do whatever, sooon. I guess part of me -somehow- knew when I picked up those, that strange things were lying ahead… but the extent of the arrest over the standards (procedures an al) is just humbling aWesome

      • Pabs

        lol I do live remixing with decks… ;)

        • djcl.ear

          Yeah sure, I was a few hours ago playing over a small/mid sound system that sounded quite good for a restaurant launch event in the outside on a garden Boulevard (Southern Hemisphere here). The sound was open and bounced nicely with the stereo and details, and I wondered… how could I overlay (and susbtract, but this is other theme in itself) sounds and layers and do it with the clarity that good minimal set ups do?
          Ok, many other tricks to help in this rather production question.
          But these are precisely the kind of questions an easy and flexible timeline like the One has, gets to help.
          Its like once you sorted the Tempo and the Key alignment, then one naturaly focus on layering, atmospheres, details (I do) and I love to be able to do it and not be pressured by beat aligning or limited by what the software may do.

          Of course wheeling can be fun… guess it is a personal preference/focus. My case always been fascinated by the soUnds how they flow in the air, if you know what i mean.

          • djcl.ear

            Minimal Sets (above meaning musical style) Bruno Pronsato, Ricardo, etc

    • Dan White

      There’s lots of fun-having-potential in OneDJ – but I think part of the joy of two decks and a mixer is simplicity. This CAN be simple – but the fun really comes in with tweaking and customizing. It’s like modular analog synths versus a simple keyboard, IMO.

      • djcl.ear

        Modular Analog Synths?… Those where you may arrange your synth pieces to your liking, adding modules plugged via extternal cables up to fill a wall. Yeah, except this soft can be ported to a laptop, a big touchscreen, a Reactable kind fo table, you name it.
        The part where the modular synth vs normal one metaphor gets too short is the sameness of the Keyboard…
        >>Scroll up to the picture with the caption:
        There it is where the FUN begins. It is like having SONY’s Acid Pro together with warping Ableton’s Live providing visual display right inside each remixing desk… of which, you may have as many as you want, and have each idea you fancy saved for future recall or further tweaking whenever you DJ… all with finger’s strokes (if you are on touchscreens)….
        //Deep yet simple….Using this. you’ll be accused by musicians and turntablists at DJ battles by the amount of things you may simply do.

        • grosbedo

          I agree, Timeline Edit Mode brings the editability expressiveness of a DAW (or MixMeister) with the spontaneous expressiveness of the traditional deck setup. And even if you don’t like editing tracks with a mouse, you can only be thankful when you have to remap the beatgrid, which is so much faster using such an editor instead of using controllers-based controls.

  • Panpan PanPan

    Not hard to read but I love videos. It’s one of the reasons I come to DJTT is the video tutorials and reviews you would make. Video please

  • DJtonality

    Can anyone help me figure out why i can’t download the demo? Ever since i downloaded the new OS Maverick on my Macbook Pro, I’ve had issues with opening downloads. “can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer” anyone know how get around this?

    • Hannes Niedbala

      Rightclick -> Open, Open

    • djmatthewstar

      It’s in your safari prefs, accept downloads from unverified sources or something like that…

      • Dan White

        Yeah, the last two OSX installs have “helpfully” blocked non-Apple certified (read: registered in the Mac App Store”) developers by default ¬.¬

    • http://www.unessa.net Ville Säävuori

      That functionality is a tightened security thing related to Mavericks OS. To allow apps from other than App Store and sertified Apple developers, go to System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> General and change “Allow apps downloaded from” to “Anywhere”.

      Also understand that changing that preference makes your computer more vulnerable to malware! But as long as you don’t open any app or package that you haven’t downloaded yourself (or have from a shady site), you should be fine.

  • Jake Hale

    $64K question: can it handle tempo changes in the beat-gridding?
    Given how reasonably priced this is, I am inclined to by it anyhow, but if it does allow you to (even if it’s just manually) it would be a gaurenteed sale for them.

    • Nexing

      In this unique software you dont really NEED tempo-changing-grids. Instead, just place the different sections with different tempo separated in Edit Mode.
      You just actually need two parallel tracks to accomodate all the sectionsin order to form a continous track (but you may have as many tracks as you want :D), You have the additional choice to either precisely align each section’s end and start either or mix their tails as desired, if the sections are perfect loops, just grab and extend its start/end to instantly create the iterations you want…
      So dancers are not digging so much the tempo changes?? Just mute the incoming changed ones and move on the section at the screen, with the steady ones filling the holes left.
      Can’t be more intuitive than this!
      So yes, you may rearrange these parts LIVE as the other player is going steady.
      Plus if you liked the result just save it under a variation of its name.
      See the picture with the simultaneous layers of music above where it says:
      “Timeline Edit Mode Activated”
      That is where you enter the amazing Mash-up/Grid/Arranging Mode to do as much as never before been possible. Then when you are finished, either polishing your tune, adding a sound/sample or whatever crazy mashing, just return to the ongoing two players mode, where similar to Traktor, Virtual Dj, etc traditional mixing/Eq/etc. has kept governing the mix you decide to send out to the speakers.

      • Nexing

        Jake Hale
        Actually…. Yeah you may want to have a direct way to handle the tempo changes inside your track’s single grid.
        Well, One’s developers thought the same and called it:
        -Advanced Grid Editing-
        “With the advanced grid editing feature the grid can be easily set
        even when the tempo of a track changes. Just select the area where you
        want to apply the grid and enable adjustments from the drop down menu.”
        There you have the $64plus answer you wanted. Such is Dj life at 2013,,,

  • chayan

    Is it just me or I had to really try hard reading “Posted by Markkus Rovito on November 6, 2013″, maybe try changing the colour?

    Regarding One, I’ve tried using the initial demo which crashed a few times, hope they ironed those issues in this release.

    • Dan White

      Yes, stability was a big part of the 1.2 update – it’s much better.