Torq vs Traktor vs Serato What do u choose??
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    Default Torq vs Traktor vs Serato What do u choose??

    Who's the best??

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    There isn't a best. Just a best for you. Pick the one YOU think is best for your needs.

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    I think you'll also find that, as with most religions, by happy good fortune most people found the best one first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nem0nic View Post
    There isn't a best. Just a best for you. Pick the one YOU think is best for your needs.
    this is completely true, however i use ssl and love it...have not tried the others for what its worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by earwax View Post
    this is completely true, however i use ssl and love it...have not tried the others for what its worth.
    Why bother searching when SSL, or any other timecode system for that matter, is all that you want/need/etc.
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    Buy them all...

    All jokes aside buy what suits your needs.

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    I use Traktor..

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    Buy ms pinky imo :P

    http://www.mspinky.com/

    If you already have a soundcard, you get 4 time-coded vinyls and all the software for $100.

    Imo you cant go wrong with that, and you can get whatever soundcard you want, and use it with other software.

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    I hear those Ms Pinky Vinyls take a hammering if you do alot of scratching.

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    it really depends on what you want to do.

    Want to scratch and play records the "old school way" reliably
    use serato

    Want to take djing to the next level and do everything else the "new school way"
    use traktor

    Torq?
    a blend of the two- 1.5 could be very interesting.

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