TSP: 4 track + 2 remix decks layout
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    Default TSP: 4 track + 2 remix decks layout

    Is there a way to have 4 track decks and 2 remix decks at the same time? I have 2 F1's.

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    Nope

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scalage View Post
    Nope
    ^^ What he said.

    As far as I know the only DJ program that allows you to have more than 4 decks is Virtual DJ, which you can have up to 99 decks in!
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    You can load entire tracks into remix deck slots - so you could have 2 track decks, then 2 remix decks with an entire track loaded into slot 1, and 3 slots on each remix Deck for samples/loops.

    Or, you could map a buttn to deck flavour, and toggle decks C and D between Remix and Track Deck...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Or, you could map a buttn to deck flavour, and toggle decks C and D between Remix and Track Deck...
    That's what I did, works like a charm.

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    o k guys thanks for the info.

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