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Curious Beat - DJ Focus (2) - Turntableist Compositions (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. g audiophile LP' The 3rd album by Dutch progressive rock group Focus was originally released in simply called `III´. While their Moving Waves album contained the international hit-song `Hocus Pocus´, this 3rd album contained another worldwide hit `Sylvia´. The single reached #4 in the U.K. and #33 on the US Charts. The album also contained the track ´House of the King.
  2. DJ Craze, DJ Klever, Prime Cuts, Tony Vegas, DJ Dopey, Mike Boogie, DJ Infamous, DJ Focus (2), DJ Pump, Sugarcuts, Supa Dave (2), DJ Presyce - Stanton Turntable Mechanic Workshop ‎ (VHS, NTSC) Not On Label: none: USA & Canada: Sell This Version.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Focus on Discogs. Label: Imperial (2) - 1A ,Fame - 1A • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock/5(3).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Focus 3 on Discogs. Label: Sire - SAS • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock.
  5. The single reached #4 in the UK and #33 on the U.S. charts. The album also contained the track 'House of the King', previously released as a single. This reissue of the album is presented in audiophile quality on gram vinyl. The epic composition 'Anonymus II' is included in it's entirety (over 26 minutes long) on 1 LP side/5(82).
  6. DJ Woody - Scratch Sounds No. 2 - LP Vinyl. $ Scratch Sounds No 2 (Reggae Clash), the accent in this record is on the sound of reggae. Sure Shot Drum Series Vol. 2 - LP Vinyl. (over !) with a focus on revolutionary politics, it also has multiple beat sections, and 4 .
  7. Applies to: All, apart from the Scarlett Solo (both generations) and iTrack Solo. Traditionally, vinyl record turntables will output audio signal at ‘Phono level’ from a pair of RCA outputs on the turntable. This means that the signal needs to be amplified significantly in order to be converted to line level, work with other audio equipment and be heard at a reasonable level.
  8. With jazz you can really explore emotional and energetic highs and lows, or start and stop things at your will. It's not very technically challenging, but sometimes it could take minutes to find the perfect next song so you have to be very familiar with your collection and understand how much leeway you have to segue into the next composition.
  9. 'Focus III' was a double LP, which meant it needed four manual interventions to play in its entirety. It's better suited to CD -- you can play it from start to finish with one loading, and there's the additional benefit that the classic 'Anonymous II' no longer spans two discs/5(10).
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