How to create a dubstep wobble bassline "on the fly" with Vestax VCI 400 and Traktor
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    This is sick.
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    1 thing I hate about that VCI400
    ITS FRACKIN LOUD!!
    Each click was more like CLACK CLACK CLACK
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuzicFreq View Post
    1 thing I hate about that VCI400
    ITS FRACKIN LOUD!!
    Each click was more like CLACK CLACK CLACK
    Yeah I am more a fan of the X1 and S4 style buttons I'm not a fan of these super hard buttons (it's one thing I'm weary of with the K2).


    I've seen people do this before and I've messed around with it but personally I think it's just a controller gimmick and doesn't sound very good.
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    I thought people said the K2 was rather like the X1 in terms of buttons?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrPopinjay View Post
    I thought people said the K2 was rather like the X1 in terms of buttons?
    i hope they are maybe I missed that but they look more like this.

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    Anyway, back to the video.

    I really did not like that, he dragged it on for way way too long. I think I'd rather just make some wobbles myself or slice some out of songs and then play them in a deck with cue points or play them in the sample player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrPopinjay View Post
    Anyway, back to the video.

    I really did not like that, he dragged it on for way way too long. I think I'd rather just make some wobbles myself or slice some out of songs and then play them in a deck with cue points or play them in the sample player.
    It seems like just a gimmick for people who want to call themselves 'controllerists'. It just doesn't sound very good.

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