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    any ideas on how he is doing this? http://vimeo.com/7662952 i have both of these and would reallllllly like to use them together lol

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    Wow. I want one of those ns7's now. Cant tell for sure but it looks like he's got the apc set up for hotcues and effects to me. Also he used it to load a track up i noticed.
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    eskei83 is another showcaser from Numark/Akai.

    He has internally routed the NS7 output into Ableton and is sampling his scratches etc. live in Ableton.

    If you need further explanation I could ring him up.
    It's much like what I'm doing but he is currently classes better than me which bothers me a lot.
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    that would be great if we could find out how to do this too!

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    OK got an answer from him.

    He goes from the NS7 Master-Out into an In of a Audio4DJ.
    One channel in Ableton is set to record and has the input channel of the Audio4DJ where the NS7 is attached.
    He records it by pressing a foot-switch.
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