What's the idea?
We're creating a format for describing turntablism, as well as tools for recording, analyzing, sharing, and even recreating scratch performances with giant robot arms. The goal is two part. One: Create the largest library ever documenting scratches as performed by DJs the world over. Two: Create the first interactive scratch training tool.
This will cover how to build a Y cable to be used with a Vestax PMC-07 Pro to monitor / record the crossfader position.
Step 1: The Tools You Need
Step 2: The Parts You Need
Step 3: The Long Wire
Step 5: An Intorduction
Step 6: May They Live...
Step 7: The Short Wire
Step 9: Lets Go For a Piggyback Ride
Step 10: Just The Tip...
Step 11: Three.... Three Y Cables
Step 13: Remember Kids.... Soldering Irons Are Hot!
Be sure to solder the wire into the eyelets as well as soldering the connection header pins.