Traktor DJ Studio 2.0 Ready To Drive Away

Native Instruments OSX - Savvy app now in the shops      13/11/02


TRAKTOR DJ STUDIO is a powerful software based system for DJ mixing of MP3, Wav, AIFF files and Audio CDs. It fuses live mixing, remixing and mix production into a new entity. With the introduction of version 2.0, NATIVE INSTRUMENTS professional DJ software TRAKTOR DJ STUDIO receives a major update as well as being available for Mac OS 9.2 and OS X. The redesigned interface optimizes the user's interaction and workflow. The functional layout inspired by classic DJ hardware guarantees a short learning curve for the experienced DJ. Advanced visualizations of essential mixing parameters such as the Offset Meter, the Spectral Waveform and the Graphical Filter Preview open new dimensions for mastering the mix. Over 400 functions and actions of TRAKTOR DJ STUDIO can be operated via MIDI controllers, MIDI keyboards, via mouse or via keyboard shortcuts. These possibilities combines the power of this software solution with the tactile control options of DJ hardware equipment. A mix can be recorded as an automation file and subsequently individual parameters edited by simply overdubbing the action during mix playback. The finished mix can be exported into a single or into a set of separate Wav or AIFF-files. TRAKTOR DJ STUDIO 2.0 is now available at music retailers at recommended retail of £109.99 / $199.00 Registered users can now download the update for free at
  • http://www.nativeinstruments.de/index.php?traktor2updates_us. For more information http://www.ni-traktor.com. More From: NATIVE INSTRUMENTS
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