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    Am I doing something wrong or what? When I try to rapidfire my cuepoints off, even the same cue point it wont register it as fast as I see it in videos. Any input would be appreciated.
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    Turn off quantize. It's the button to the right of the master button under the browse knob on the controller
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    I love you to no extent right now. Haha. Thank you so much.
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    The S4 is decent for cue point juggling. I have my MF mapped--much better for cue point juggling and one-shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckyDonePun View Post
    The S4 is decent for cue point juggling. I have my MF mapped--much better for cue point juggling and one-shots.

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    You're in dallas? I ordered my MF yesterday, so as soon as that comes in, I have a feeling this will get alot easier.
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    From there originally. Got the same set up as you minus the Shure--got the TMAs. (Need a case eventually for my S4)

    MF is perfect companion for the S4. DJTT needs a good mapping for one shots and samples.
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    Whats your deck setup looking like? As far as AB being tracks and CD being ___? I still havent gained enough skill to use live sampling, let alone recorded samples at all.
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    I just use two decks with sample decks. I figured if I am using the C and D decks--I am looping anyway.

    I only have 13 blackbook. If you have a 15 or 17 inch, you can fit more on and perhaps it might be worth keeping decks C/D.
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    itajeN man give the sampling stuff a go! It's the bomb, the live sampling stuff is hard at first but so much fun when you start nailing it. Teasing hooks, beats, vocals in and out becomes a breeze and so much fun.

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