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    Default Jog Wheel controller

    I'm looking for two controllers with jogwheels. Are there cheaper alternatives to the XDJ700 and the LC6000? They will be used with traktor. Open to suggestions.
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    Sure, try to find these. Unlike XDJ700 and LC6000 you can fit 2x with laptop in the backpack. I still have mine and as a matter of fact Stewe will make me a Traktor Pro 3 mapping based on the factory one. Soon I hope, can't seem to find the time to tell him how I want it to be setup...
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    those are hard to find...anything more current?
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    I mean you can always take 2x CDJ-400...standalone features will be a backup option anyway. Cheap and for good ol' times you can pop a CD in them every now and then to remember how it was handling physical media
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    Thanks for the input. I pulled the trigger and bought two LC6000 from the DJTT store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithace View Post
    Thanks for the input. I pulled the trigger and bought two LC6000 from the DJTT store.
    I'll be very interested, if you get these to play nicely with Traktor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thisisian View Post
    I'll be very interested, if you get these to play nicely with Traktor.
    I was able to track down a mapping from reddit. The person posted it in the mapping forum here. Still waiting on FedEx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thisisian View Post
    I'll be very interested, if you get these to play nicely with Traktor.
    They do play nicely but unfortunately seems NI is not interested in supporting them in HID mode for the jogwheel screens to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlayForMoney View Post
    They do play nicely but unfortunately seems NI is not interested in supporting them in HID mode for the jogwheel screens to work.
    I have the LC6000's and they're pretty good for the money. Unfortunately it has meant moving over to Djay Pro to get the best out of them. I'd recommend that step if you can use a Mac. There a a few niggles with the software but overall I'm fairly happy, especially with the drum/vocal isolations available. If only Traktor had went down this route rather than Stems, then I'd still be using them. My S4 MK3 is now gathering dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archies'bald View Post
    I have the LC6000's and they're pretty good for the money. Unfortunately it has meant moving over to Djay Pro to get the best out of them. I'd recommend that step if you can use a Mac. There a a few niggles with the software but overall I'm fairly happy, especially with the drum/vocal isolations available. If only Traktor had went down this route rather than Stems, then I'd still be using them. My S4 MK3 is now gathering dust.
    They are so damn big...
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