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    Itch 2.0 is in public beta!

    This thing is pretty damn sick. When I get a chance I'll try to do a DJTT write up on it. The SP-6 has sync AND keylocked sampler....you can also put an entire track in a sample slot. New sync is much better than previous Itch versions. Has multiple views. Smart Crates.

    AND the coolest thing of all. They have an easter egg, that when you press a certain code the colored waves change color to reflect your EQ's. That is the sickest visual representation i've seen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiL0 View Post
    another reason to look forward to the Novation Twitch release!
    yes. Twitch users are gonna be pretty damn happy with Itch 2.0

    I'm trying to post a picture of the color changing waves!
    but it keeps saying "uploading file"

    Photo - can I email it to you to post up?
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    jonesing for my new twitch! Downloaded the beta anyway lol even though it's not here yet.
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    So, with SP6, will the DJTT PowerTools be useful with an NS7 and midistroke + Midi Monitor?

    Does this actually add any utilitarian advancements on say, TP2, for a guy like me with an NS7?
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    Yay about time it got released!!

    I've installed it, but since i'm away from my DX, I've used it in offline mode and looks well neat.

    Can't wait to get home later and try it with my DX.

    Loving the sound of the easter egg, looks like a great idea!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B Linus View Post
    So, with SP6, will the DJTT PowerTools be useful with an NS7 and midistroke + Midi Monitor?

    Does this actually add any utilitarian advancements on say, TP2, for a guy like me with an NS7?
    Yes!!! I believe midi mapping for the SP6 is something that will come to Itch, and really make the SP6 a versatile tool. It's great with SSL but was missing sync since there is none in SSL. For Itch + midi the SP6 is sampling beast. Kinda sucks with the keyboard though to be honest. Not enough control or ease of use for something other than drops, or sound effects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haze324 View Post

    AND the coolest thing of all. They have an easter egg, that when you press a certain code the colored waves change color to reflect your EQ's. That is the sickest visual representation i've seen!
    Do you mean when you hold cmd and click on the waveform it changes to individual frequencies? That has always been in Itch

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisisdjkaz View Post
    Do you mean when you hold cmd and click on the waveform it changes to individual frequencies? That has always been in Itch
    Nope not that.

    What I mean is that lets say waves are red = low green = mids and ligh blue = highs.

    Well when you turn down your Low EQ's the red in your waveform gets lighter until all you have left is the green and blues. Same as if you turn down the hi's and mid's all you are left with is a red wave form. Even better is that the portion of the wave that WAS a low or mid or high is still there just slightly grayed out.

    The waves CHANGE colors as you turn your EQ's!
    It is AWESOME visual feedback.

    This "for me" is the cooles feature of any software out there.

    I'm at work now, but will post pics tonight when i get home.
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