DJs have already tested the new Traktor Scratch package. We will just mention Chris Liebing, Matthew Dear, Funk D'Void and Richard Devine.
Rock-solid and reliable, and featuring 'Instant Connect' plug and play usability, every element is master crafted by the Native Instruments team in Berlin, Germany. The result is TRAKTOR SCRATCH - the perfect fusion of analog confidence and feel with the freedom and potential of digital. Never before has technology had so much soul.
A complete review of the old Final Scratch 2 wrote by Beat Factor's contributor, Alex Maresh, can be read here.
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- Aphex Twin's Remote Orchestra in the UK this October
- Pandora's Box new live score
- Upload Festival in London, this month
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- Exquisite Corps - Sacramento based fresh new music
- Mutek 2013 - call for submissions
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January 28, 2007 at 3:43 PM CET