New ZOG DJ platform – the Linux based DENON PRIME GO all in one DJ player.
These speakers have been seeing daily use in the ZOG lounge-room, are essentially complete, and continue to sound great.
three small upgrades done since the completion have been:
- addition of JBL/Selenium ST200 Supertweeters.
- low frequency amp upgrade to TPA3255
- replace the miniDSP “classic” 2×4 and op-amp boost with a miniDSP 2×4 HD.
This poster came out last year, but we were a bit sidetracked with COVID-19 so only got around to mentioning it now.
It looks like copies are still available in the El Gran Mono shop at this link.
ZOG + Col preferred DJ software Mixxx has had a new release of stable version 2.1
this is now the preferred build to use from the official Mixxx PPA source, so the previous posts about using specific alpha builds or building from source are obsolete.
The Download instructions, including Ubuntu Linux PPA install source, are here:
MIXXX Download Instructions
The ZOG DJ rig is still:
Pioneer DDJ SB2
Dell Latitude E6410 with i5 M540 CPU
It has been upgraded with a Toshiba OCZ TR150 Series 960GB SSD.
Xubuntu Linux, 16.04 -lowlatency kernel
The last post on MIXXX I made is now out of date, so here’s what I’ve been using recently, as since the MIXXX team are releasing .deb files of their nightly builds, I’ve been trying them instead of the self compiled version.
Installed version of MIXXX
Downloaded from http://downloads.mixxx.org/builds/master/release/
The new release from stalwarts of the Clan Analogue label, some nice bleep bleep ambiance to relax with:
I was recently given a Native Instruments Audio2 DJ interface, this is a great little card with working Linux drivers that works well with MIXXX using a variation of the .asoundrc available on the MIXXX site and other locations.
But either my version of the card, or the Linux driver has changed, as my card identifies differently so the config files available elsewhere don’t work with my OS (Xubuntu 14.04 with kernel 4.2.0-18-lowlatency).
Here is a simple script I run after starting up mixxx in a separate terminal as root, i.e.
sudo bash mixxx-max-perf.sh