So who else is pumped for coloured waves?
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    Default So who else is pumped for coloured waves?

    I know I am. This is a very epic move, and one that will finally be the last nail in my Serato coffin.

    What about all you Tpro users out there who said you prefer not to have coloured waveforms? Do you feel alienated now? Maybe there will be an option to turn colour on and off?

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    thats one feature i don't really care for. Im not against it at all, Its just I have been spending so much time with my mapping trying to get away from the computer screen.

    certainly doesn't hurt to have the extra visual feedback tho

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    colored waveforms are only half the battle, need them to be side by side then I'm pumped

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    Must have the option, same goes for Show/hide the beatgrid. But even if I find the couloured waveform a useless feature I would give it a shot just for fun, then confirm I don't need it because I know my tracks and how to match them without coloured waveform.

    Same goes for side by side. I never find it usefull yet, probably because since 29 years being in DJ industry now, I know which track is off?

    However, I could change my mind while testing it, time will tell.
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    couldn't care less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gr0wTesK View Post
    colored waveforms are only half the battle, need them to be side by side then I'm pumped
    it ain't that hard to use the phase meter, or mix by ear for that matter.

    it's a nice addition (that i won't be using), but i'd rather take flexible grids for groovy tracks
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    yeah the phase meter only works with a beatgrid though.

    and yes, ideally you should beatmatch by ear, but when you're playing new tracks it's nice to have the side by side waveforms serato style.

    that's my opinion at least

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    The phase meter only work with a beatgrid - or a flexible beatgrid
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    order of what i give a fuck about in order from most to least:

    flexi no show grids

    colored waves

    full screen midi mapping

    being able to go full screen on a 42 inch tv (i can only maximize, going full only covers 1/4th of the screen)

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    side by side waves. <- thats how little i care
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethal_pizzle View Post
    The phase meter only work with a beatgrid - or a flexible beatgrid


    I'd like to get away from having to drop grids. AND having to beatmatch by ear haha

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