Difference between Traktor Scratch 6 and Komplete audio 6
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    Default Difference between Traktor Scratch 6 and Komplete audio 6

    can someone please tell me the difference between the two ? and what is used where?

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    an awful lot....ins and outs on TA6 are phonos/analog, the KA6 has analog and digital plus a dedicated monitor out with volume control. its designed for home studio use i.e. music production
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    traktor audio 6 is used with traktor for DJing/timecode control and komplete audio 6 is meant for a studio setup for use with a DAW.


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    Quote Originally Posted by djchriswoods.co.uk View Post
    an awful lot....ins and outs on TA6 are phonos/analog, the KA6 has analog and digital plus a dedicated monitor out with volume control. its designed for home studio use i.e. music production
    sorry i dont quite understand . All i got is KA6 is used to record and for production

    can KA6 serve as a Soundcard for a setup like x1 + f1 + mixer and used for live performance or is it only used in studio for recording purposes.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
    traktor audio 6 is used with traktor for DJing/timecode control and komplete audio 6 is meant for a studio setup for use with a DAW.
    Thankyou now its a bit more clear

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