Torq Talk

HowAudio.com release a tutorial on M-Audio’s Torq Xponent digital DJ system      10/07/08
Torq Talk


HowAudio.com have released a 2hr 5min in-depth tutorial on M-Audio’s Torq Xponent system. In the tutorial, Electronic Musician & DJ Steve Nalepa demonstrates making the leap from traditional DJ’ing to the Torq Xponent system.
HowAudio.com had this to say, “Torq Xponent is the cutting-edge DJ performance system that brings professional controls to the world of computer-based digital DJ’ing. Engineered by M-Audio’s SynchroScience Design Group, the Torq Xponent package includes the fully integrated Torq DJ software. The Torq Xponent combines the features of a standard DJ mixer with the ease of a pair of DJ - CD players. You can mix, scratch and cue your digital files without ever touching your computer. On HowAudio.com’s latest tutorial, “Torq With Xponent�, join electronic musician, recording artist and DJ Steve Nalepa as he shows you how to make the leap from traditional DJ'ing to the Torq Xponent system. Steve shows you the essentials of Torq that’ll have you taking your music in new directions.�
Topics Include:
  • HA! QuickSTART Overview
  • Auto BPM Mapping
  • Built in FX
  • MIDI Mapping
  • VST Effects
  • Sampler Overview
  • Sync Feature
  • External Control
  • Line Input
  • Mixer Overview
  • Cueing, Mixing, Quick Scratching
  • Function Shortcuts
Pricing and Availability:
Torq With Xponent is available with membership options ($199/annually or $19/monthly). Subscribers get this title, plus complete access 24/7 to every tutorial in the library—over 1000 movies on approximately three-dozen topics—with new titles added weekly. More information:
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