Traktor pro 2 - need help !!!
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    Default Traktor pro 2 - need help !!!

    Im using traktor pro 2 and trying to figure out a way to basically copy a loop from a deck to a sample slot. Is it possible without using the loop recorder ?

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    You can do two things :

    1) Go to youtube.com and search for s2 tutorial ı.İt helped me soo much.
    2) Buy the DVD from djtt.Thats really good.
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    I'm confused, are you using an S2?
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    very simple.....while the loop is going....put the mouse where all the track info is, click and drag to a sample slot....there ya go....done

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    Three solutions
    - drag the loop to a sample slot using a mouse
    - push the play button from an empty sample slot (ie with the right mapping commands using the sample slots modifiers).
    - use the copy mode from the s4 if you're using one
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    Thanks a bunch for all the replies.
    PS Im using a mouse and keyboard (not that it matters anymore)

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