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    Hi Im new to this Djing type of thing and I recently purchased Traktor Pro and and Midi Fighter Classic to start off.
    I noticed that you can import .wav files into traktor and I was wondering if any one had any awesome sounds that can be used for mixing and such...

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    welcome to the forum!

    try the free samples from the djtechtools power tools contest

    http://www.djtechtools.com/2012/01/0...d-prize-value/
    It's not the gear. It's how you use it.
    limitations are the source of creativity.
    If you don't practice you don't want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zimfella View Post
    welcome to the forum!

    try the free samples from the djtechtools power tools contest

    http://www.djtechtools.com/2012/01/0...d-prize-value/
    Thanks

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    Your welcome
    It's not the gear. It's how you use it.
    limitations are the source of creativity.
    If you don't practice you don't want it.

    http://soundcloud.com/zimfella

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    My first bit of advice would be.... Never go on a forum for anything, whether it be about DJing or basket weaving and call it "___type of thing"

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