Traktor Pro 1.1.1 Vs. Traktor 3.4
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    Default Traktor Pro 1.1.1 Vs. Traktor 3.4

    I was wondering which do you think is really better or really "pro"?
    Seems many big name djs are still on 3.4. I am not a Traktor Pro, but
    wondering what some really know and think between these two?
    VCI-100 Black SE/ FW 1.3 / VCI-300
    Traktor Pro 1.1.2 / Serato Itch / SL3 / Ableton Live 7
    Korg NanoKontrol / KRK V4's
    NI Audio 8 Dj / Pioneer DJM-600
    Macbook 13"/ 2ghz

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    There are definitely advantages to TPro - such as the upgrade to the interface and the addition of a bunch of new fx. but with Traktor 3 you have the stability and confidence you can play a set and not have any freezes or crashes. At the moment if you're really paranoid i'd stick with 3, but if you want to have more freedom to be creative, go Pro.

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    those are pretty much my thoughts as well.
    VCI-100 Black SE/ FW 1.3 / VCI-300
    Traktor Pro 1.1.2 / Serato Itch / SL3 / Ableton Live 7
    Korg NanoKontrol / KRK V4's
    NI Audio 8 Dj / Pioneer DJM-600
    Macbook 13"/ 2ghz

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    Theres lots of people using Traktor Pro for live - especially now 1.1.1 is out.

    Basicly if you have problems stick with Traktor 3.3 ( or 3.4 if that works for you ) otherwise use Traktor Pro.
    Last edited by BentoSan; 03-04-2009 at 03:48 AM.

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    After looking back to 3.4, I prefer Pro.
    VCI-100 Black SE/ FW 1.3 / VCI-300
    Traktor Pro 1.1.2 / Serato Itch / SL3 / Ableton Live 7
    Korg NanoKontrol / KRK V4's
    NI Audio 8 Dj / Pioneer DJM-600
    Macbook 13"/ 2ghz

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