Mapping a knob to change the key?
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    Question Mapping a knob to change the key?

    Hey,

    I know I haven't posted this in the mapping section but that's only because I figured the S4 crowd will be the only ones able to answer this.

    I notice that there is 4 gain knobs and they don't have a 'alt' function. Pushing the knob in resets the gain. But other than that they do nothing else.

    So I was wondering if it would be possible to assign them a shift + key fuction? I tried to set it up now and it kinda worked (key knob turned) however the gain also moved.

    I really get lost in Traktor mapping though so I'm probably doing something really wrong.

    Any ideas?

    Tobes

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    anyone care to give some more insight on how you then would allow the mapping of the key adjustment?

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    You need to set a modifier ... so that when M=0, it does gain ... when M=1, it does Key ... M goes from 0 to 1 or 1 to 0 by clicking the shift button (or temporarily go to 1 if you hold the shift button. Depending on what you want to do).

    http://www.djtechtools.com/2009/03/2...ini-modifiers/ will help you. If you want it to go to 1 when you hold shift, just click "Hold" and now "Direct" (at least I'm pretty sure how you do it

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    ahh thank you so much got it all working now! : )

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    Can you share your TSI for this?

    It's the only tweak I want to make for the Kontrol S4, but my Traktor mapping is weak.

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    Too busy right now but if you look at the link I posted, you should get it done within 30 mins

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