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MIDI Control Surface for DJ from Faderfox .

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This 4TrackTrigger has been developed by the same man who developed the intriguing 4MidiLoop DJ controller, Ivo Glanzmann.

You can now pre-order the 4TrackTrigger, a 4 Deck Traktor Controller fitted in an aluminium case.

 

Hardware Specifications

  • 17 Potentiometer, FX, Loop Recorder
  • 17 Push Encoder, Browser / Load, Seek / Play, Loop Size / move
  • Rubber knobs
  • 188 Led’s different colors to display various informations
  • 150 Push buttons in different colors and sizes, double functions with shift button
  • 6 Displays, Master Clock, Loop Recorder, Loop Size
  • 2 Jack inputs for additional control with external foot switch / expession pedals
  • USB bus powering, Power supply via USB- Bus / consumption less than 500mA
  • USB interface class compliant / no driver necessary

Software Specifications

  • Special controller for DJ Software (optimised for Native Instruments, Traktor Pro 2.5)
  • Setup Files for Traktor Pro 2.5 in current Version 2.5.0 or higher
  • Indication of each relevant state by feedback data from software
  • System mode for different basic settings (Midi channels, Led brightness, etc.)
  • Remix decks are limited controllable (see user manual for further informations)

Dimensions

  • Dimensions 11.41" (290 mm) x 2.36" (60 mm) x 14.17" (360 mm)
  • Weight 2.8 kg
 

 Pricing & Availability:

The 4TrackTrigger controller is as of today available for pre-order. The controller is priced at 1500 EUR excl. VAT.  plus postage and shipping. If you pre-order now, the controller should be deliverable from mid-August.

 

For more specifications or your pre-order visit the website (4MidiLoop).

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