Darn you mixxx, lol
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    Default Darn you mixxx, lol

    So, at the time mixxx 1.72 was out. The cue points would not stay,library was something to be desired, no cue points , and no looping. So, I figured it would be awhile til the mixxx folks brought out a new version that had said features.
    I bought traktor duo.
    A month later mixxx comes out with 1.81 and this version has looping ,cue points, hot cues and a library that is almost identical to any commercial dj software. I was using 181 tonight and thinking, "Now what do i do, I just dropped 99 dollars on traktor and this has 95% of their features". :eek:
    I don't know what to do? I feel like I could have saved my money.

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    Banhammerized theory28's Avatar
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    im sure traktor is more well supported, and stable.
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    Tech Guru kiss-o-matic's Avatar
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    Mixxx doesn't support 4 decks yet. I like Open Source though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiss-o-matic View Post
    Mixxx doesn't support 4 decks yet. I like Open Source though.
    Neither does Traktor Duo! However, I think you will be better off with Traktor. There are reasons you have to pay for it, like the stability, support, FX, sound quality...
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