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    Default Should I Get A Midi Fighter?

    Thinking of getting a Midi Fighter and wanted to know what people think of the product, is the mapping easy, any issues with the unit not working, glithes, does it only work with traktor ect. Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED! Dj DoIn' BaD

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    I love mine. It was one of my favorite purchases I have made in a long time. It adds a lot of dynamism to performing but is a lot of fun in the bedroom too (insert dirty pun here).
    The mappings available on DJTT are intuitive, with instructions and pictures. More importantly, they are easy to dissect - and that is where the functionality really opens up. You can mimic mappings but apply your own preferences.
    I use it for effects and remix decks in Traktor as well as a super responsive drum rack in Ableton.
    Its pretty, fun, functional, and only $250. In my mind my MF3D paid for itself within the first couple weeks.

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    This is a great product. I couldn't really judge it well by seeing videos and pictures,
    you really should hold one to get the feel.
    I love my midi fighter 3D, it's so amazingly different from other controllers.
    Although I'm not a pure controllerist, there's plenty I can do with it.

    - Instant Gratification
    - Deck Transport/Looping/Pitch Control
    - Cue juggling/ Beat Drumming
    - Cue prepping
    - Remix Decks

    This is the perfect controller for any DJ activity.

    All-in-1 mapping here:
    https://maps.djtechtools.com/mappings/844
    Last edited by beaubryte; 11-09-2012 at 07:27 AM.

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    I was very tempted to get a MF3D purely for extra buttons, but as i didnt want to use a USB hub etc, i went down the iPad & TouchOSC route via wifi which i love! but if a wireless MF3D comes out i will be buying that
    Traktor Scratch Pro 2.6.3, MBP 13", iPad 2 & TouchOSC, Allen & Heath Xone 1D, Pioneer DJM900, Pioneer CDJ800 x2, Technics SL1210MK2 x2, Korg MiniKP, Korg Monotron, Korg Monotron Duo

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    thanks im reeeeaaaally thinkin about gettin me a midi fighter!

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    thanks im reeeeaaaally thinkin about gettin me a midi fighter!
    Quote Originally Posted by beaubryte View Post
    This is a great product. I couldn't really judge it well by seeing videos and pictures,
    you really should hold one to get the feel.
    I love my midi fighter 3D, it's so amazingly different from other controllers.
    Although I'm not a pure controllerist, there's plenty I can do with it.

    - Instant Gratification
    - Deck Transport/Looping/Pitch Control
    - Cue juggling/ Beat Drumming
    - Cue prepping
    - Remix Decks

    This is the perfect controller for any DJ activity.

    All-in-1 mapping here:
    https://maps.djtechtools.com/mappings/844

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    Highly recommended. Love my 3D mate
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    really think im gonna have to get me a midi fighter!!!! haahaaha
    Quote Originally Posted by Jester View Post
    Highly recommended. Love my 3D mate

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    I unfortunately do not use mine much, but the build quality is superb. If you're into button-mashing, I would say it's a must-have.

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