Dennis Ferrer

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Dennis Ferrer
Also known as Aurasfere, Jax, Lost Tribes Of Ibadan, The, Son Of Raw
Born 1970 (age 43–44)
Origin New York
Occupations DJ, Producer, Remixer
Website Dennis Ferrer on Myspace

Dennis Ferrer (born 1970) is a New York-based DJ, producer and remixer. He currently resides in Union City, New Jersey. A veteran of soulful house music production, Dennis has worked with the likes of Masters at Work (MAW), Little Louie Vega, the Martinez Brothers and many other notable New York producers and DJs. Dennis is also the founder of Objektivity record label.

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Dennis uses the following equipment in the studio:

Soundelux E47, Neumann U67, Shure SM7B
Apogee Rosetta 800
MAC system running Nuendo with a UAD-1 inside.
NI Battery 3
Roland Juno-106 [1]

During DJ sets Dennis (according to himself) uses:

  • "Traktor PRO" Software (and the "Traktor pro" time coded CDs in the "Pioneer CDJ-1000" CD Players);
  • music files (apart from maybe also playing CDs/CDRs) stored and playing on his "Sony Vaio" Notebook PC;
  • connected to the dj mixer via an "ESI U46DJ" Interface/Sound Card.

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