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    Tech Mentor Gr0wTesK's Avatar
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    So I just switched from TSP to Scratch Live. It's more simple, but I'm not sure that's a good thing. The tracking of the timecode is WAY more picky than TSP, and I have to constantly clean the needle and even then i lose tracking sometimes on the same setup that had no problems in TSP. I mainly made the switch so that I would be used to using the most common DVS in my area. Maybe I'll pick up an Audio 6 and TSP2 later on.

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    That's okay we'll still let you hang out with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    That's okay we'll still let you hang out with us.
    No I won't.......
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    Been looking at itch myself but I kinda dont like their waveforms and bpm reads but I do like how simple the layout is and how it sounds. But hesitant to go to that since I use traktor now and like the midi mapping I can do and the fact that I dont need a "certified" controller to use it.
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    Only reason id consider it is the same reason as the OP...just get used to the dvs setups in clubs
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    I use serato, it works, I just hate touching my laptop sooo much. I prefer to play on 1200's while using SSL cuz of the needle drop function. When using the CDJs its a pain in the butt.
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    Welcome to the club!! You will find that this side is not so dark after all.
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    my next order of business is painting my SL1 and getting replacement labels for it. and starting up a control vinyl collection haha

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    I resent the fact that serato is so popular when its pretty clear that TSP already kicks SSL's ass across the board and TSP2 isnt even out yet.

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    Let's not have this argument again! Both have their plus points, but Traktor imo has more. Got nothing against serato DJs, I just feel a bit sorry for them
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