X-fader sharpness for internal mixing?
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    Tech Mentor DJ Abide's Avatar
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    Default X-fader sharpness for internal mixing?

    Bueller?

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    Whats this "Bueller"??
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    My way of saying "anyone" lol

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    Ahh...from Ferris Bueller.

    OK Ok..


    Seeing as no one has offered anything, I will tell you what I did with my APC to get it sharp enough to scratch\cut. Thing is...that fader is gonna fuck out....

    So I went into the Midi Controller Manager in Traktor, found the X Fader entry.

    I set the velocity\sensitivity and also changed one of the other options (cant remember exactly right now), but it allowed me to tap the X Fader and it would jump to the middle.
    So instant full audio pretty much without a slope.

    Works....but not THAT well.
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    you can change it in the mizer settings
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