Vci 100 And Tpro 1.1.1 Loop Mapping..I Need Help
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    Default Vci 100 And Tpro 1.1.1 Loop Mapping..I Need Help

    Hey guys, i'm fairly new to midi mapping as i just got my vci and upgraded to firmware 1.3. i'm currently running tsi 1.4 with the corresponding overlay. i would like to be able to open and close a loop myself, instead of having it preset to 16/32 beats every time i press a button. mainly because i play mostly latin music and Traktor has a hard time figuring out the beat count VS. the vocals on the song. since i don't need a dedicated button for key lock, i thought i could use(on deck A) the key button as my loop in while also activating a loop, and the loop button as my loop out, and when i press it again, exit that loop. on deck B the buttons would be backwards, loop would become loop in and engage, and key would be loop out and exit. i would also like to keep the preset loop parameters as they are, since this is perfect for hip/hop, dance, etc. everything else can stay the same. if anybody knows if this is possible, please let me know how to do this or send me a tsi file already preset if you have one.

    also if anybody has tsi file 1.7, i would like to try out that one, as i have not been able to find it on here and maybe incorporate my loop idea into it..thanx to all of your hard work for making digital DJing so much better...

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    I take it nobody knows how to program an end loop on the vci then...

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    Add a mapping from any key you like to:

    add
    cue/loop
    loop out

    and one for

    add
    cue/loop
    loop in/set cue

    Use a LoopIn/SetCue key to start a loop and LoopOut to close it.
    Last edited by Fatlimey; 04-01-2009 at 01:47 AM.

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    thanx a lot, it is a little easier when someone points you in the right direction...

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    You're welcome dude.

    If you've got some time, I'd recommend having a read through the manual that comes with TPro. It's got a lot of tips and ideas in there that will make your life easier.

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