DJing With Traktor Pro

DJing With Traktor Pro

By ASK Video

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2013-03-21
  • Current Version: 7.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 1.02 GB
  • Developer: ASK Video
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 6 Ratings

Description

Traktor Pro 2.5 + Traktor Kontrol F1 is a DJ's digital dream machine come true! Get in “da” house with Master DJ and EDM producer Olav Basoski and learn all about Native Instruments' powerful DJ-ing tools... Traktor Pro 2.5 gives the modern DJ countless creative alternatives when performing their sets or crafting that perfect remix. Master DJ Olav Basoski turns on the inspiration in this detailed look at Native Instruments' amazing digital DJ-ing software and hardware. There is lots to learn here and Olav dives right in with a tour of the interface that will get you comfortable navigating around Traktor Pro. You'll quickly learn how to cue up your tracks and, using Traktor's high-quality analysis tools and how to move around the music while staying perfectly in sync between your digital decks. The looping feature gives you even more creative control: you can loop that break and build it up on the fly to make your set as high energy as you want! Olav also shows you the awesome Traktor Kontrol F1 hardware controller—a must for any serious Traktor Pro user! The Kontrol F1 really shines when using the remix decks: it makes creating loops and quantizing or pitch-shifting super intuitive.

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Reviews

  • It's a'right

    3
    By A DJ says what?
    First, needs to be for both iPhone and IPod…having to buy for both is simply wrong. Gives basics that most Traktor Pro users will know, however tosses a few nuggets of info in that help out. Well organized and easy to find topics/interest items without having to jump through a long tutorial. For beginners, a must buy. Intermediate and up… meehhhh, it's your call..crack open the manuel.
  • Good

    5
    By Razor Ray Palomarez
    Good tutorial easy to follow ...
  • Outrageous

    1
    By DJ Stow
    I think that charging 10 bucks for a mobile how too app is outrageous, the idea is good but shouldn't be worth more the 2 bucks. I learned all this in my first month playing with this program on real equipment, not trying to remember tips for a ridiculous iPhone app, strongly suggest no one but this. I made a mistake thinking it was software for my iPhone to play with . Big mistake.

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