Pacemaker
Pacemaker
Pacemaker
Pacemaker

Pacemaker

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Pacemaker
We all want to be DJs. Come on, deep down every time you cross the threshold of your local Ritzy’s you’re mentally stalking over to the booth, a bag of deadly records slung across your hunched back. Pacemaker is the gizmo that will have you cracking off brilliant mixes in no time – you get all the practice you want because it’s a full DJ kit that fits in the palm of your hand!

Getting to Carnegie Hall takes practice. Getting to play in a proper nightclub takes practice and an eye-watering dedication to detail. Pacemaker lets you mix all day and all night wherever you are, until you turn into a mixing robot called the Deejaynaut-o-bot. How, you ask? Well, the first step to wisdom is curiosity, musical pilgrim.

You don’t need to be a master of the wheels of steel to use a Pacemaker. A clever ‘auto beat-match’ feature on screen, shows you what’s happening visually to help you make every mix as seamless as possible, while timestretching and key change functions mean you can alter the beats without changing the notes. Even fledgling beatmasters can’t go ‘Pete Tong’.

Pacemaker playing a tune

Playing a tune
 

Pacemaker is really like an iPod you can mix tunes with. It’s got a belting 120GB memory, which fits far more than the roomiest of record bags, and won’t break the roadie’s backs either. You select your tunes, assign them to one of the two channels, and start playing. There’s a touch sensitive crossfader bar to bring the new songs in on, and a large touchpad for navigating the functions.

Pacemaker filters

Watch a demo of the
cool functions!

Already you’ve got more than the average DJ could hope for. Listen up, superstar, there’s more. A 3-band equaliser, loop editor, gain and pitch controls let you tamper with the sound of your massive tune library. Special effects are built in to whip your crowd into a frenzy with totally original-sounding mixes too: hi-cut/lo-cut, roll, echo, reverb, Crush, Wah, Delay and Trans. You can even click into a vinyl mode that lets you move a tune back and forward, just like it was a real record.

Connect to:
Pacemaker top and bottom

Headphones

Speakers

Mixer

Laptop


It’s not all about the headphones with this personal little system: a line out socket means you can pump out the tunes to any other audio system, while the rechargeable battery gives you 18 hours of music playback or 5 full hours of DJ playback. Save your best mixes when you’re on the bus, and Pacemaker lets you play them out in a superclub via the included software.

Pacemaker top and bottom

Settings, USB, kill-all

Power, line-out, headphones


Pacemaker box

In the box
 

Of course, you may just plan to rip up tracks in your spare time and play them to your cat in the wee small hours of the morning, but we’re not going to hold you back. The Pacemaker is a versatile little beast that’ll please helicopter-flying Oakenfolds as much as homespun grimecore mashup artists. No, we’re not sure what that means either.

Pacemaker

“P switch”


Pacemaker – it’s either a tiny DJ kit for music fans, or a full size mixing table for midgets. We’ll let you be the musical judge.

In the box (120 GB):
Pacemaker top and bottom

Pacemaker, USB cable, Quick guide, 3m phono cable, Power charger, Strap


In the box (60 GB):
Pacemaker top and bottom

Pacemaker, USB cable, Quick guide, 3m phono cable, Strap


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    Description
    Pacemaker
    We all want to be DJs. Come on, deep down every time you cross the threshold of your local Ritzy’s you’re mentally stalking over to the booth, a bag of deadly records slung across your hunched back. Pacemaker is the gizmo that will have you cracking off brilliant mixes in no time – you get all the practice you want because it’s a full DJ kit that fits in the palm of your hand!

    Getting to Carnegie Hall takes practice. Getting to play in a proper nightclub takes practice and an eye-watering dedication to detail. Pacemaker lets you mix all day and all night wherever you are, until you turn into a mixing robot called the Deejaynaut-o-bot. How, you ask? Well, the first step to wisdom is curiosity, musical pilgrim.

    You don’t need to be a master of the wheels of steel to use a Pacemaker. A clever ‘auto beat-match’ feature on screen, shows you what’s happening visually to help you make every mix as seamless as possible, while timestretching and key change functions mean you can alter the beats without changing the notes. Even fledgling beatmasters can’t go ‘Pete Tong’.

    Pacemaker playing a tune

    Playing a tune
     

    Pacemaker is really like an iPod you can mix tunes with. It’s got a belting 120GB memory, which fits far more than the roomiest of record bags, and won’t break the roadie’s backs either. You select your tunes, assign them to one of the two channels, and start playing. There’s a touch sensitive crossfader bar to bring the new songs in on, and a large touchpad for navigating the functions.

    Pacemaker filters

    Watch a demo of the
    cool functions!

    Already you’ve got more than the average DJ could hope for. Listen up, superstar, there’s more. A 3-band equaliser, loop editor, gain and pitch controls let you tamper with the sound of your massive tune library. Special effects are built in to whip your crowd into a frenzy with totally original-sounding mixes too: hi-cut/lo-cut, roll, echo, reverb, Crush, Wah, Delay and Trans. You can even click into a vinyl mode that lets you move a tune back and forward, just like it was a real record.

    Connect to:
    Pacemaker top and bottom

    Headphones

    Speakers

    Mixer

    Laptop


    It’s not all about the headphones with this personal little system: a line out socket means you can pump out the tunes to any other audio system, while the rechargeable battery gives you 18 hours of music playback or 5 full hours of DJ playback. Save your best mixes when you’re on the bus, and Pacemaker lets you play them out in a superclub via the included software.

    Pacemaker top and bottom

    Settings, USB, kill-all

    Power, line-out, headphones


    Pacemaker box

    In the box
     

    Of course, you may just plan to rip up tracks in your spare time and play them to your cat in the wee small hours of the morning, but we’re not going to hold you back. The Pacemaker is a versatile little beast that’ll please helicopter-flying Oakenfolds as much as homespun grimecore mashup artists. No, we’re not sure what that means either.

    Pacemaker

    “P switch”


    Pacemaker – it’s either a tiny DJ kit for music fans, or a full size mixing table for midgets. We’ll let you be the musical judge.

    In the box (120 GB):
    Pacemaker top and bottom

    Pacemaker, USB cable, Quick guide, 3m phono cable, Power charger, Strap


    In the box (60 GB):
    Pacemaker top and bottom

    Pacemaker, USB cable, Quick guide, 3m phono cable, Strap


     

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    Mixing functionality
    • Dynamic beat detection – 0.1 BPM precision
    • Record mixes straight to the Pacemaker on the fly.
    • Cue – auto-cue at track start, and set cue point.
    • Change Pitch – alter speed and key of track ± 100%
    • Bend pitch – momentarily alter speed of track.
    • Crossfade – set the line out and/or phones blend of the two channels.
    • Loop – set loop, split loop from end-point, split loop from in-point, exit loop, re-enter loop
    • Filter effects – single parameter: hi-cut/lo-cut, two-parameter: roll, echo, reverb, crush, wah, delay and trans
    • Kill All – reset and relaunch audio effects.
    • EQ – 3-band equalizer; treble, mid and bass frequencies -26 to +6 dB
    • Normalized sound – globally normalize all tracks’ volumes
    • Gain – pre-amplification volume -26 to +6 dB
    • Reverse play
    P-switch
    • Press upwards to access features like pitch, looping, filters, effects and reversed play, through the alternate function of all input areas.
    • Press downwards for headphones control, as the crossfader switches to control the channel blend in the headphones, and the headphones volume is adjustable on the touchpad.
    Display
    • TFT display
    • 262.000 colours
    • 166 ppi screen resolution
    Rewind and forward
    • When pressing the P-switch, the rewind button sets the in-point of a loop, and the forward button the end-point.
    • To adjust loop in and end-points, press the P-switch upwards and either of the directional buttons, then adjust the desired point on the touchpad.
    Channel 1 and Channel 2
    • Press left button to control channel 1, press right button to control channel 2. Full mixing functionality is available for both channels independently.
    • Pressing the P-switch upwards allows for toggling between time played and time left indication in the display.
    Crossfader
    • Set at maximum left, channel 1 is alone in line out, set at maximum right, only channel 2 is in line out, and set in the middle, both channels are at the same line out level. Any variations hereof are of course possible blend options.
    • Press the P-switch downwards and the crossfader switches to control the channel blend in the headphones.
    Play/pause
    • The play button behaves like on any other audio player, but when in Mix Mode, the pause is ‘stuttering’, allowing you to search and find the appropriate place to set the cue point.
    • When pressing the P-switch upwards, the play button reverses the play direction.
    Cue
    • The Cue button sets the starting point for the track and can also be used to create effects. When pressing the P-switch upwards, the Cue button enables exiting and re-entering a loop.
    Touchpad
    • The touchpad allows you to bend a track, change EQ values and gain levels.
    • When pressing the P-switch upwards, the touchpad allows for controlling and setting pitch values, filter parameters and audio effect levels.
    • When pressing the P-switch downwards, the touchpad allows for controlling the headphones volume.
    • The touchpad is also used to navigate the track library and the device settings.
    Settings
    • The Settings button lets you turn on and turn off the device.
    • When turned on, the Settings button gives you access to the settings menu.
    Kill All
    • The Kill All button resets all effect values to zero, and lets you relaunch effects to latest values per track and channel.
    Input and output
    • Line out connector, 3.5 mm stereo
    • Phones connector, 3.5 mm stereo
    • USB 2.0 connector, for data transfer
    Power and charging
    • Power connector, for optimal charging. Pacemaker charges from empty to full in about 120 minutes; for up to 18 hours of playback time or up to 5 hours of mixing. Does not come with the 60 GB model
    • USB, for alternative charging.
    Hard drive
    • 120 GB or 60 GB
    Audio formats supported
    • MP3, M4A (AAC-LC), AIFF, FLAC, WAV, Ogg Vorbis, SND
    Mac system requirements
    • Mac OS X v10.4.4 (Intel) or later
    • USB 2.0 port
    • Pacemaker Editor for Mac
    PC system requirements
    • Windows XP and Windows Vista
    • USB 2.0 port
    • Pacemaker Editor
    Quick Guide:

     

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