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    What would be the perfect hardware setup for a turntablist using traktor?
    Id rather not use any vinyls, cds, mp3s, or whatever just for everything to be digital on the computer you know? ^ ^
    I know there are alot of options like:
    The VCI-100/300, Numarks NS7 or omnicontrol, Hercules controllers, Torq, CDJ-400s, EKS gear, etc etc
    But I honestly dunno what ones are best for scratching and overall have the best "digital vinyl controllers"
    And id rather not get traktor scratch or serato because those arent really "digital" controllers, moreso timecoded control than midi XP

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    Delete this post if you want moderator! (Drunken Rant ahead)

    What are you saying man? You are a turntablist and you do not think that Serato or Traktor Scratch are digital enough for you? Dude, try it out before you make such statements.

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    nah bB im juz asking whats the best digital vinyl control that is MIDI and not timecoded? Seeing as with timecoded the controller is very unlikely to be turned digital except for record itself... im not dissing ne one and i have tryed traktor scratch tho not serato
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    Quote Originally Posted by nemo View Post
    What are you saying man? You are a turntablist and you do not think that Serato or Traktor Scratch are digital enough for you? Dude, try it out before you make such statements.
    No no i dont think thats what he is saying at all, he wants asking about digital jog solutions. His opinion is that directly reading the speed of the jog is better than detecting of a time code signal - both of with really have their pros and cons. The problem with digital controllers is the messages that they are sending and the limitations of the software.

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    she* :b haha there are girl djs out there dont be so quick to assume ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by nemo View Post
    Delete this post if you want moderator! (Drunken Rant ahead)

    What are you saying man? You are a turntablist and you do not think that Serato or Traktor Scratch are digital enough for you? Dude, try it out before you make such statements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilONE View Post
    What would be the perfect hardware setup for a turntablist using traktor?
    Id rather not use any vinyls, cds, mp3s, or whatever just for everything to be digital on the computer you know? ^ ^
    I know there are alot of options like:
    The VCI-100/300, Numarks NS7 or omnicontrol, Hercules controllers, Torq, CDJ-400s, EKS gear, etc etc
    But I honestly dunno what ones are best for scratching and overall have the best "digital vinyl controllers"
    And id rather not get traktor scratch or serato because those arent really "digital" controllers, moreso timecoded control than midi XP
    http://www.youtube.com/user/deeznotesDOTcom

    He is using Vci-300 reckon that is a good one to start looking at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B33SON View Post
    I must be really sick and delirious. I can't understand this thread at all.
    If I am correct, she is asking what we would recommend.
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