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Published on Apr 13, 2010
John Acquaviva demonstrates FinalScratch to a genuinely surprised Carl Cox. This was still our BeOS version, recorded somewhere around 2001. Times fly! Hardware and software was running without excessive distortion over tens of kilowatts of amplification. Two SL-1200's, Two Finalscratch 'controller' records with timecode embedded in the audio signal, USB based scratchamp box, and a laptop to play thousends of tracks from your harddrive. Afterwards, John points to the three guys who developed FInalScratch, Mark-Jan Bastian, Tim Hemel and Bill Squire