Midifighter questions?!
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    Hi guys, I have a vestax typhoon traktor pro 2 and I'm looking to buy a midifighter or possible akai 1Pd8 (most likey the midi fighter the instant gratifaction mapping is looks great) any way the typhoon has a built in souncard so do I need to just plug and play and it wont matter or do I need to get an exsternal soundcard or is there a way to get it too work through the typhoon. Also I have read the article about the usb cords but still do I need one If I have ports

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    all you need is 1 sound card.

    just plug in the MF and you should be good to go.
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    yep, the MF plugs into the USB on your computer and the sound comes out of the typhoon.
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    Thank you, you guys are great

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    Hey the typoon is a 2 deck controller.... do I need another sound card to use 4 decks?

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    if u need 4 sound outputs on 4 channels, then yes.

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    Unless you have external equipment no. There should be a mapping out there that has a shift function to let you use the controller for decks C and D. that means when you press whatever button is assigned to shift everything controls different parameters.
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