Started by milky, June 27, 2018, 09:01:58 PM
Quote from: milky on July 09, 2018, 09:15:16 PMOoh, the average age is sliding back towards 63. It still confirms my theory that Ots has lost its appeal with the youngsters.
Quote from: scott hanna on July 12, 2018, 02:47:12 PMJust a baby here at 52. I still use ots, but most of my djs have switched to vdj. It's disappointing. I do believe there is enough djs that would not have a problem paying for upgrades if they showed true value. In some ways they did. But coming out with upgrades EXTREMELY slow opened the door for others. It seemed they believed the Dj market was a dying one and it became a self fulfilling prophecy for them. Vdj and serato have shown the market is far from dying. I've begun playing around with vdj at home, still not ready to use it at a gig. But I can see the possibility where the were times I never could
Quote from: Ed on July 12, 2018, 04:56:20 PMIt's a real pity to see a once thriving Ots now expiring a slow death. Frankly, I am looking for something else but so far have not found anything I really love enough to replace ots....it's SO dependable and solid as a rock it makes it hard to switch even tho so many other products have the features I crave.
Quote from: Lane on July 14, 2018, 02:16:02 AMI'll say something unkind about DJs as a group based on my observations. Around here, most of them pirate. The software, and the music. Any time I'm at a gig, I end up behind the desk to talk a little shop. I've seen the tell tale markers, and will outright ask. And most freely admit they pirate the software. They justify it based on feeling they aren't paid enough. The market for DJ software isn't as big as it should be if this is typical other places too.
Quote from: Ed on July 05, 2018, 12:34:54 PMExactly, Ots is very out of date and simply collecting dust..It's a AS IS product now. I am not sure who is running the show anymore and some rumors have Adam Ots very ill.