In a previous tutorial I showed you how easy it is to capture samples into the remix decks, well now it’s time to put the remix decks to some use, and the second video in this series will show you … Continue reading Creating Build Ups in Traktor Remix Decks
Capturing samples in Traktor is extremely easy and there are a couple of ways you can do this. One way is to use the sampler, which I have covered in a previous tutorial. The other way is by capturing samples into the top row of remix deck cells.
For those that have not used the remix decks before, you can get a basic idea of their functions in an article titled: Traktor Remix Deck Basics.
If you already own a Kontrol S4 you are in an ideal position to start working with the remix decks. If you don’t have a controller, don’t despair, you can also do this with your mouse! (more about that below) Continue reading “Capturing Samples into the Traktor Remix Decks”
Whilst I have owned the Kontrol F1 for almost two years now, it has remained rather dormant up until recently. I have tinkered around with it on various occasions but very rarely immersed myself in it for any notable length … Continue reading Discovering Traktor’s Remix Decks
Traktor Tip’s reader Audrey Aiken asks:
“I love traktor and still learning all about it. Can you recommend what video I should watch, I want to learn what effects are best for a smooth transition between tracks. Thanks.” Continue reading “Best Effects and EQ techniques for Smooth Transitions”
The latest iteration of Beatport Pro hasn’t been receiving too much love from me until recently. Moving from one organizing method to another is a huge leap and involves commitment, something I haven’t been willing to do for a while now. But I recently decided to take a deeper look at Beatport Pro for the reasons of tidying up my music library. Continue reading “Using Beatport Pro to Update your Traktor Library”