Crossfader in Traktor with VCI-100
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    Default Crossfader in Traktor with VCI-100

    Hello all, maybe I'm overlooking an obvious key or function in traktor but when I use the crossfader of my VCI-100 it acts an 'absolute mixer'. Meaning, I can only use 3 steps while mixing: far left, the middle, and far right. What I want is being able to take incremental steps with my crossfader. Is that possible?

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    turn your VCI around and turn the crossfader knob(its labeled C F curve), that will effect how your crossfader works, the setting you are using is made for scratch artists who want instant cuts. if you want a smooth transition turn other side

    If its not that its your midi settings, but try this first

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    Doh! that was pretty obvious :-) Dunno how I could have missed that. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyku View Post
    Doh! that was pretty obvious :-) Dunno how I could have missed that. Thanks
    No problems, if you have any other problems or questions you know where to ask !

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    just revisiting this post...
    has anyone ever successfully swapped out the crossfader for something better? p&g or anything?

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    nope- but there was some info on this that I posted in the NI forums (before ours came up)
    http://www.native-instruments.com/fo...d.php?p=399496

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