Mac Setups: The DJ’s Desk

Sep 29, 2012 - 5 Comments

The Mac setup of a DJ

Macs have long dominated the realm of creatives, and musicians are no exception. This weeks great Mac setup comes to us from Vassilis T., a DJ in Thessaloniki, Greece. As you’d expect, the workstation is used to produce music, and the hardware shown includes:

  • iMac 27″ (mid-2011) with 8GB RAM
  • Pair of Stanton T62 turntables with Traktor Scratch Timecode Vinyls
  • Hercules DJ Console MK2 mixer
  • Apple Wireless Keyboard
  • Apple Magic Mouse
  • Logitech Z523 Speakers

The software running on the iMac is Traktor Scratch Pro.

It’s always fun to see the wide variety of things people do with their Macs and Apple gear.

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Posted by: William Pearson in Mac Setups

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  1. Merklunt says:

    Would be nice to hear some tunes, dance music obviously?

  2. Ceveces says:

    No headphones?

  3. Ableton says:

    “…the workstation is used to produce music.”

    This is more of a bedroom DJ setup, impossible to produce original music/content with this rig. It is more for playing/mixing tracks.

    For a producer’s setup, one would need a D.A.W., studio monitors, audio interface, and at least a MIDI keyboard.

    Just sayin.’

  4. whack says:

    put “The Bedroom DJ’s Desk” – not pro at all because of the hercules controller and stanton turntable

  5. JaredF says:

    Agreed with all the comments. Poorly labeled. Can I submit a real DJs desk? Lol

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