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    Exclamation New update out now!

    9-21-2013: New Update.
    Latest version: v2.0.2


    Changes:
    1) Added X-Fader Deck Assignments:
    Hold Center Master Button and Press the Deck FX assignments (below the gain knob),
    1= Left, 2=Right..
    2) Enhanced all JogFX Dry/Wet start values..
    3) Fixed Loop Size knob on deck C..
    4) Improved the JogWheel Track Search within a loaded track
    (use jog wheel push+encoder to search, with and without shift)
    5) Match S4 Mk2 Footprint:
    *Moved Flux Mode to the Offset Down Buttons -
    **Moved Tempo Range Selector to Shift + Turn Inner Loop Knobs -
    ***Added Tempo Reset Button to the Offset Up Buttons.

    Free download here: https://maps.djtechtools.com/mappings/2


    Last edited by beaubryte; 11-22-2013 at 04:27 AM.

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    Any chance of a higher res "DJTT S4 Manual.jpg", please? Quite hard to read as it is.

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    With this mapping, is it possible we can add another mapping over the top (or maybe you add it) that the foot pedal would become the SHIFT function? Or whether you can think of something more functional for it?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Moo View Post
    Any chance of a higher res "DJTT S4 Manual.jpg", please? Quite hard to read as it is.
    The full size high-res image is included in the download package, but it's too large to post here.

    http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3783/9...751bd3_o_d.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Moo View Post
    With this mapping, is it possible we can add another mapping over the top (or maybe you add it) that the foot pedal would become the SHIFT function? Or whether you can think of something more functional for it?

    Thanks.
    I have tried out several things with the foot pedal, (Shift/Sync/Record) but never discovered anything more helpful than using my hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beaubryte View Post
    This mapping will be updated for S4 Mk2 as soon as I can get my hands on a device.
    I'm glad you wrote this, now I feel confident to get the mk2.... Thanks in advance

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    New update is live!

    Last Update: 11-22-2013

    Latest Version: 2.0.3
    -Fixed Loop Display for Deck A+B (Beta)
    -Various new features for the Master button!
    -Time Code support
    -Added Screen Layout selector

    The DJTT S4 Mapping is now FREE to Download. See here: https://maps.djtechtools.com/mappings/2

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    Quote Originally Posted by beaubryte View Post
    I have tried out several things with the foot pedal, (Shift/Sync/Record) but never discovered anything more helpful than using my hands.
    I now use the foot pedal as an Echo. I think it works quite well.
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    That's a great idea for the next update, Gonna test out various effects like delays and reverbs right away.

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    When you're at reverbs and echos check this technique:


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