2 VCI's w/ Modified 1.6 mapping?
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    Default 2 VCI's w/ Modified 1.6 mapping?

    In my manual it states there is a .tks file that allows 2 VCI-100's to be used in Traktor at once.

    How difficult would it be to create a .tsi for 2 VCI's with SE-style mapping in Traktor Pro?

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    You would need software, like Bomes, that could translate the channel the second VCI onto channel 2. It's not a HUGE pain in the ass, but it is a pain.
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    Actually if you plug 2x vci's in together one should automaticly turn onto channel 2 by itself.

    It would be a matter of mapping out the device again- depending on how many modifers ean has used this may or may not be possible.

    Id highly suggest bugging NI for more modifiers

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeerow View Post
    In my manual it states there is a .tks file that allows 2 VCI-100's to be used in Traktor at once.

    How difficult would it be to create a .tsi for 2 VCI's with SE-style mapping in Traktor Pro?
    is this possible?

    1, Open the tsi file with notepad
    2. copy all the mapping for the first VCI
    3. paste mapping to temp notepad file
    4. Find all midi channel 1 entries and replace with midi channel 2
    5. Combine two notepad files to create on TSI

    Not sure if this will work for you.

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    do you know if this will work?
    Last edited by mtvstinks; 01-28-2009 at 02:13 PM.

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