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Itch officially takes on Traktor


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    Avatar of Josiah Fingaz
    Josiah Fingaz
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    http://www.djtechtools.com/2009/10/01/s … #more-2536

    Whompa whomp whomp!

    #30639
    Avatar of science drop
    science drop
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    Allen & Heath make the best equipment out there!

    That external device……works with Traktor too. So they say anyway.

    #30637
    Avatar of Josiah Fingaz
    Josiah Fingaz
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    I’m a Serato guy so I don’t care about Traktor. My brother has Traktor so that give us something to fight about whenever we can’t find anything else to argue about.

    #30638
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    DWORD
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    If been following this for a while. Looks good except for this part..

    Critital Info

    Suggested Retail Price: £ 999.00/ $1600

    Yeah.. that hurts..

    There’s more details here..
    http://www.skratchworx.com/news3/comments.php?id=1341

    And Here..
    http://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=11138

    Sweet!

    Designed primarily for use in conjunction with Serato’s new four deck version of their ITCH DJ software, the Xone:DX is a plug-and-play 20-channel USB soundcard (96kHz/24-bit) that features at its hub a four channel mixer for direct DSP mixing within the computer. Up to 168 individual MIDI control messages can be sent from the DX’s various knobs, buttons and jog wheels, which means compatibility with most leading DJ software brands. A full version of the new Serato ITCH software comes bundled with the package, allowing users to take immediate advantage of the app’s looping, time-stretching and FX capabilities. There are a few club-friendly extras included as well, in the form of a UV light sensitive legend, bi-colour LED feedback layer assignment and a separate booth output.

    Check this out.. More Affordable and No Laptop Required!
    http://www.skratchworx.com/news3/comments.php?id=1347

    And Here..
    http://www.djtechpro.com/product_detail.asp?category_id=45&sub_id=109&product_id=334

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