Help me pic my Midifighter colour layout based on the S4 software :)
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    Default Help me pic my Midifighter colour layout based on the S4 software :)

    Hi all i bought a S4 and loving it and would also like a midi fighter so some of the pre loaded effects as seen in many of eans videos

    But im not sure on what colour button layout i should use?

    Help would be great so i can order this thing before i need to pay the bills

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    Base in on T2, Pro S4 is getting replaced in about a week.

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    Picking nice colours is fun but, you should pay some attention to what functions you want the buttons to provide.
    The great thing about all the colours is that you can code them so that they signify what they do or group them by colour.

    For instance i used green buttons for my Loop buttons. Loops are green in traktor so i know exactly which button will loop a track out of the corner of my eye.

    But then again i did also buy enuff buttons so i could make a big 'K' out of buttons hahaha

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    I got an all white, which is still the best for me!

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    My best advice would be to order some extra buttons so you can change some out for different mappings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    My best advice would be to order some extra buttons so you can change some out for different mappings.
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    ok i will base it on T2, im guessing it will pretty much be the same as the traktor s4 just with coloured wave forms etc??

    an yes i wont to use it for looping and effects. i just dont feel right smashing the S4 buttons

    anyone have one based on this software that can take a pic and show me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos Santos View Post
    Picking nice colours is fun but, you should pay some attention to what functions you want the buttons to provide.
    The great thing about all the colours is that you can code them so that they signify what they do or group them by colour.

    For instance i used green buttons for my Loop buttons. Loops are green in traktor so i know exactly which button will loop a track out of the corner of my eye.

    But then again i did also buy enuff buttons so i could make a big 'K' out of buttons hahaha
    Haha nothing like feeding the ego with your initials set out in arcade buttons!!!
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