Pulling off a spinback on a vci 100
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    Default Pulling off a spinback on a vci 100

    Is it possible to make a natural sounding spinback on the vci 100? Every time I try it just sounds ridiculous...perhaps my technique is lacking? What is the ''correct'' way to perform one if you don't mind me asking?

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    I do it all the time, is sounds normal like a technics, then again i did it over 100 times on a technics.......it's very similar on a vci.
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    Maybe try to go slower and use less force to get a shorter spin? Just a flick on the VCI would be equal to a much larger movement on the TT's.
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    What is your Scratch "Rotary Sensitivity" setting in Controller Manager.
    I dont use a DJTTs tsi so i cant see what it might be.

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    You need to set your keylock to 'Scratch', otherwise the pitch won't change when you slow down or speed up the record beyond your pitch fader range
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