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Native Instruments Release TRAKTOR KONTROL S2
Native Instruments revolutionized the DJ world nearly a decade ago with the introduction of TRAKTOR, the world first professional DJ software.
Following on from the success of the popular TRAKTOR CONTROL S4, Native Instruments have now launched the TRAKTOR CONTROL S2 offering the same professional credentials as the S4.
TRAKTOR CONTROL S2 offers everything the modern DJ needs in a compact and easy to use format, featuring innovative 2.1 design, Flagship software and Seamless integration.
Its 2.1 channel performance DJ system with sample decks also features a ergonomic mixer section and 3-band EQ for full sonic control.
Four dedicated hot-cue buttons allow for remixing on the fly and can be switched to sample deck trigger buttons.
Two advanced FX units control all of TRAKTOR's 30+ pro effects and a high-resolution, pressure sensitive jog wheel allows for precise track control.
A built in DJ audio interface give a punchy sound and the S2 also offers powerful MP3 handling with iTunes integration and iPod compatibility.
Along with two stereo outputs, a microphone input with gain control & mute button, give DJ's a powerful tool to enhance any set up or performance.Posted on 25 Aug 2011 16:00 to category : Instruments News
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