Scratching in traktor
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    Default Scratching in traktor

    Do I need traktor scratch in order to scratch properly in traktor?

    I have traktor pro 2.6 right now and I just mapped my controller to the "jog turn" command. It seems to work fine but then what is the point of the traktor scratch edition?

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    You need Traktor Scratch to use timecode with either turntables or CDJ's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brocklambert View Post
    You need Traktor Scratch to use timecode with either turntables or CDJ's.
    so whats the difference? is it just to use turntables? and aren't there cdj's that send midi data?

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    its if you want to use timecode which is a certain type of set up. CDJs with midi data would not be considered timecode I believe.

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    timecode is a recorded audio signal that the software interprets for playback, midi is data.

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