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    I'm looking fo advice.

    I'm using Traktor 3.3 and korg zero4 mixer. I know there is a loop function in traktor, and the korg zero 4 has the ability to save one loop is there any point in getting a sound bit micro or pro?

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    ~Shawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~shawn View Post
    I'm looking fo advice.

    I'm using Traktor 3.3 and korg zero4 mixer. I know there is a loop function in traktor, and the korg zero 4 has the ability to save one loop is there any point in getting a sound bit micro or pro?

    Best

    ~Shawn
    Why would you need a Sound Bite Micro for looping if you have Traktor 3.3 (built in looping) and the Korg Zero4? Sounds like it's a waste of money....unless you were going to use it for midi time clock synchronization.

    I think most people are using it in order to sync programs like Ableton Live with traditional CD decks.

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