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Darth

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  1. I used to have this with an external hard drive which eventually broke down completely.
  2. Adding like 50 tracks is no big deal analyzing straight in the SCS4.
  3. AFAIR this was more of an issue with older firmwares when you couldn't move or adjust the grid.
  4. A different device (SCS5 rumours) is no SCS4 update matter. Why do you even want to speculate this?
  5. Yeah I've used it so much I really need to send it for warranty repair, some of the knobs have come loose and the xfader is not working atm. BUT now I have it connected both 'decks' to an external mixer and 2x Kaoss Quad effects units. Which is rather nice.
  6. Playing clubs with the SCS4 since October 2011, 6-12 nights a month.
  7. No as the SCS4 is a MIDI only controller, ASIO is for audio applications.
  8. You would definitely want to rip to 320kbps as that is the 'near CD' quality. There is audible difference.
  9. With external DJ software such as Traktor/VDJ/CrossDJ/Djay etc. the SCS4 is a MIDI ONLY controller and you need to use another device for sound.
  10. They sell the Apple product line as well. Does this hurt Apple's success ? don't think so. Their website also displays the new Pioneer flagship controller http://www.bestbuy.c...0&skuId=6226635
  11. Hi, I'd like to see some longer mixes. You got the basic techniques and all covered but I'd like to see you taking the listener to a musical journey, say anything from 15 min to 1+ hour long mixes.
  12. If my memory serves me correct it's behind the left row soft button EDIT BPM > MOVE BEAT GRID TO CUE
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