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Native Instruments Release Traktor Pro 2
Leading software manufacturer Native Instruments have announced huge updates to their popular DJ software Traktor and to their audio interface range.
Native are claiming Traktor Pro 2 provides ultimate mix creativity with a whole host of new features.
Decks can quickly be switched to a Sample Deck and load up to four loops or one shot samples in each, giving 16 in total.
A new Loop Recorder can record loops from mixer channels, the master out or an audio interface.
Responding to user demand, NI have also included four new effects in Traktor Pro 2, including Tape Delay and Bouncer, giving Traktor users access to over 30 effects.
One of the major updates to Traktor is the addition of hi-res TruWave coloured waveforms, giving an easy and intuitive overview of your audio that can be clearly seen in any practice or club environment.
Alongside Traktor Pro 2, NI have announced upgrades to Scratch Pro, Duo and Scratch Duo.
Their range of audio interfaces has also been expanded to include the Audio 6 and Audio 10, featuring an extra loud output, high end Cirrus Logic AD/DA converters and low latency drivers to ensure cutting edge audio performance.Posted on 10 Feb 2011 16:50 to category : Instruments News
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