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    Default Timecode cd download

    Hi,
    I have an s4 with the scratch upgrade, using timecode vinyls at home. Was looking to download the timecode CDs but the files don't show up when I log in on the NI site. Has anyone had this problem? I was just going to buy the discs but nowhere has them in stock and would like to use them at a gig tomorrow night?
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    Go into NI service center and it's one of available files for download. I forget which section it's in but it's definitely there.
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    No luck in service centre either, I've sent an email to NI so hopefully will get it sorted

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    So NI got back to me, the download is no longer available, have to buy the discs. Kinda sucks but oh well

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    are you kidding me? that's retarded.

    edit: just checked and you're right. That's outrageous. Serato CDs can be DL'd free and so could NI's until recently, why the change?!
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    I guess it's something to do with the new time code. Also, it makes them money for starters.
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    I guess I should probably XLD rip my timecode CD's then huh? Muahahahaha

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    Wow really? that blows.....
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    Default cd?

    time code cd for traktor pro 2????

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    Is it still possible to rip the timecode file off the timecode cds and burn them to a blank cd and use that?
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