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    Cool (New!) The aMazing Spectra > The Biggest Midi Fighter Mapping Ever

    This new Midi Fighter Spectra mapping is HUGE and has hundreds of sounds and effects.
    It's very easy to learn and fun to play with.
    This mapping might be too big for low-end computers!

    Download it here: https://maps.djtechtools.com/mappings/1386

    Key Features:

    * Over 50 unique "chambers" (sets of buttons with different effect combinations)

    * Each Chamber is a combination of instant gratification effects

    * 7 maze-like starting paths to discover all the chambers

    * 9 Fixed chambers on top for general use

    * Corner Side Buttons toggle Deck effects On/Off

    * Corner Ground Lighting for visual monitoring

    * Complicated mapping to program, but easy and fun to learn





    Unique concept, tons of effects!


    This mapping has over 50 different sets of Instant Gratification available for you.
    Each set is called a "Chamber" and an effect (like beat masher) can have up to 8 chambers with various specific fx collections.
    The choice dependent selection uses many different effects sets for a unique experience.
    You just pick a sound by pressing a red button, then a pattern/path appears with 7 options to complement that sound.
    Pick one and you'll enter a chamber/grid with a rack of effects that should sound well with your chosen path.
    There are hundreds of sounds available and the dependent maze will provide you lots of fun exploring all the available grids.

    This mapping has 2 sections at the home screen:
    *Blue: 9 shortcuts to fixed Chambers with unique effect setups.
    *Red: 7 choice dependent paths with 8 options to enter 7 or more chambers each.

    This is The Home Screen where you can start your path:

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    Bottom Rows buttons (RED) = Dependent Maze

    * Choose and press a single button from the Maze section (2 bottom rows) to start a sound.
    * A pattern with multiple options flashes, pick one.
    * You now enter a chamber with a special FX setup build upon your two choices.

    Hold a sound while exiting a chamber:

    *Press any BLACK button from the Chamber section (2 top rows) to hold the current sound.
    *You go back to the home screen (4 pulsating bars).

    Clear a sound while exiting a chamber:

    *Press any black button from the top rows again to disable hold and turn off all effects.

    Exit a chamber and start a new path:
    Press any BLACK button from the Maze section (2 bottom rows)
    to start a new maze on top of it.

    Reset All:
    Use the middle left side button to reset everything with one click.


    Top Row buttons (BLUE)= Fixed Chambers
    There are 9 chambers available to jump to directly.

    *Press a button from the chamber section to load up a chamber.
    *Press a black button from the top row to Hold the sound and go back to the home page.
    *Press it again to un-hold all effects and load up a new chamber.

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    Side Buttons:

    FX Assignments

    Use the corner side buttons to engage each deck.
    Any deck combination is possible.
    The corresponding white corner ground lighting will flash if deck FX are enabled.

    The middle left Reset button quickly restores all effect panels and clears all loaded states.
    Conflicts may occur when using multiple devices to control the effects sections.
    Pressing the Reset button on the Midi Fighter Spectra will put this mapping back to its initial state.

    The middle right HID button switches to Remix Deck mode when custom firmware is applied.




    Download this mapping here: https://maps.djtechtools.com/mappings/1386
    Last edited by beaubryte; 04-14-2013 at 02:42 PM.

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    Hell yeah, man!

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    Yep, seriously the biggest midifighter mapping I've seen mate! Well, for now...

    Some 'Store Preset' missing here and there but part of that it's pretty cool mapping! Great job!

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    Omg
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    This is pretty awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewe View Post
    Yep, seriously the biggest midifighter mapping I've seen mate! Well, for now...

    Some 'Store Preset' missing here and there but part of that it's pretty cool mapping! Great job!
    Yeah, I've been struggling with the Store Presets, but it's kinda hard with all those variable modifiers to get successful operations every time. It should work OK after some play around though. Any tips or hints are always welcome

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    I know it's quite complex modifier grid there but following modifiers and assigning correct conditions should do the job for all Store Presets. I'll be messing with two Spectra mappings of mine for some time but soon as I finish first one I'll look deeper in to this chambers and see if I can fix that for ya

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    Do you foresee any conflicts using this mapping with your Maschine fighter for traktor?

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    The aMazing Spectra spotted in this MIDIfighter Spectra video:



    It's pretty cool review

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    Have you thought about porting this mapping to Serato DJ as well? Absolutely brilliant work so far!

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