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    Default First Day With My New VCI-300 - Video


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    Dude, you gotta admit the vci-300 is more repsonsive isn't it? Quicker cuts on the 300 yeah? The only reason why I've been saying this is that there are no "turntablists" using the vci-100 to cut but there are a growing number of vids showcasing the vci-300...

    As a side note... are you in the basement? You're wearing a collared shirt, slacks, got a shiny new vci-300 and you are cutting in a cramped space next to a circuit breaker? ...Let me guess... The wifey let you keep your toys but only if you keep your mess in the basement? Cuz that's what mine did...

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    Well, if this is just your first day with this controller...
    Pretty impressive man!

    Really cool you're bringing the old Young MC track! Used to listen to that one very often.
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    Yes, LOL. The 300 is much better than the 100, I just have to get use to it. I'm getting ready to finish my basement, but I can't seem to find the time to work on it, because I keep playing with the VCI-300!

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    very impressive indeed

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    Your using Itch?

    Have you tried anything from the article Ean wrote to get it working with TPro?

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    That's sweet!
    makes me want to trade in my vci100...

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    niiiice skills man... thats pretty impressive!

    and btw, he's using itch (you can see it because the volume meter is working - it isn't in tpro).

    i ditched itch (as my scratching skills aren't neeeearly as good as yours) and use my vci-300 with traktor pro - much better mixing, controllerism, you name it, but scratching isn't worth a cent in tpro

    MBP, 10.5.6, TPro 2.0.1, Kontrol S4, VCI-300, a bunch of other makes-nerds-happy-stuff
    ...and still haven't got the heart to get rid of my Turntables, Mixer and my Vinyls
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    Nice mix and you got some nice skills.
    For sure The 300 is tight. I love the faders, knob and feel.
    14 bit midi I can feel the difference with Itch.
    Itch is cool, simple, but damn it needs some effects, a 3rd deck, and it would be the bomb.

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    Armsteada, you da mofo man! I'm loving your Youtube videos, in fact it was watching you spin (digitally, of course!) which recently convinced me to buy a VCI-100. The thing is I want a a controller that allows me to be more hands on and I'm thinking of selling my VCI-100 and audio interface and joining the growing ranks of VCI-300 owners. Armsteada and all you other VCI-300 owners - is it worth getting the VCI-300 and ditching the VCI-100? Please discuss, as I'm sure there are similar people on this forum thinking the same as me.

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