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  • HARDCORE77HARDCORE77

    Nickel

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 03/14/13 at 09:42
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    Hi, I think: it works very well
  • Dj s2mDj s2m

    CONTROLLER of the Remix Decks

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 09/05/14 at 10:40
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    Buy new at Terre De Son in Lille there is less than a month.

    I have a Traktor Kontrol S4 and X1 Mk2.

    The ideal composition for Remix Decks TP2:

    - A filter section and fader for each slot,
    - The 16 RGB pads for easy reference samples (+ assignable colors)
    - Section for loading remix sets and control of all options (sample type, reverse, sample size, pitch, speed ...).

    Easy for basic commands but very complete: everything is controllable from this small interface after a period of adaptation.

    F1 can also be used in the manner of a X1 (Native Instrument gives you an Track Deck Overlay for assigning buttons).

    To learn more and understand the beast, do not hesitate to watch…
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    Buy new at Terre De Son in Lille there is less than a month.

    I have a Traktor Kontrol S4 and X1 Mk2.

    The ideal composition for Remix Decks TP2:

    - A filter section and fader for each slot,
    - The 16 RGB pads for easy reference samples (+ assignable colors)
    - Section for loading remix sets and control of all options (sample type, reverse, sample size, pitch, speed ...).

    Easy for basic commands but very complete: everything is controllable from this small interface after a period of adaptation.

    F1 can also be used in the manner of a X1 (Native Instrument gives you an Track Deck Overlay for assigning buttons).

    To learn more and understand the beast, do not hesitate to watch the video tutorial DJ ENDO (DUBSPOT)


    For those who do not use the decks remix, go your way. For others, do not hesitate one second.
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  • officialbob5officialbob5

    really nice

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 10/22/13 at 09:34
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    For 1 year, this is my first native controller instruments.

    what I like most is the interaction I have with the hardware, everything looks really well thought out
    what I like least is the lack of availability afternoon with scratch live.

    means for money, I'll buy a second soon may be.
  • CutinkCutink

    Nice.

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 05/27/13 at 10:59
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    How long have you use it?

    I used two months

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    No, it must be said that this is the first of its kind, I combined it with my S4 and my two turntables

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Pros: - The filters
    - The colors * __ * ^ ^
    - The sync button
    - Scratcher the samples on vinyl

    The -: I think it takes a minimum of 2
    The buttons are not so reactive (minimal latency ... but yet I'm on mac)
    The remix on deck or spend hours getting his deck remix or you buy on beatport eg

    How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice?

    value for money a little high it could …
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    How long have you use it?

    I used two months

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    No, it must be said that this is the first of its kind, I combined it with my S4 and my two turntables

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Pros: - The filters
    - The colors * __ * ^ ^
    - The sync button
    - Scratcher the samples on vinyl

    The -: I think it takes a minimum of 2
    The buttons are not so reactive (minimal latency ... but yet I'm on mac)
    The remix on deck or spend hours getting his deck remix or you buy on beatport eg

    How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice?

    value for money a little high it could not put the license and reduce the price

    and I do not ferrai this choice because I no longer want to be dependent on my computer

    but for DJ Performer is top!
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  • andypaulandypaul

    great

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 04/07/13 at 03:16
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    Hello great product, taking quite easy especially with the software I'll go back without hesitation.
  • Mess7700Mess7700

    Stunning!

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 03/21/13 at 15:28
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    I use it for nearly 4 months, what I love the most ease of installation and use fairly intuitive in short, its impressive potential of this little box. Excellent value for money. I would do this choice without hesitation!
  • djbabsdjbabs

    Well, but see very well ...

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 03/17/13 at 18:51
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    Cer of music often say, and I begin to understand why "it is useless to always have the latest gear went out, learn to make full use of whatever you have, surely you will come to better outcomes," or something style .... quite rightly!

    See who it is intended for: DJ's "+", remixers, but also more broadly to groups that use live sequences

    Concurrent opposite: Ableton Live

    Pros: one application to send sequences scratch samples and swing effects on the whole. An extremely well designed interface (normal when running the app also). Thoughtful functions like gain settings of samples with shift + volume where the filters tracks per track. A friendly workflow when the goal is to balance …
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    Cer of music often say, and I begin to understand why "it is useless to always have the latest gear went out, learn to make full use of whatever you have, surely you will come to better outcomes," or something style .... quite rightly!

    See who it is intended for: DJ's "+", remixers, but also more broadly to groups that use live sequences

    Concurrent opposite: Ableton Live

    Pros: one application to send sequences scratch samples and swing effects on the whole. An extremely well designed interface (normal when running the app also). Thoughtful functions like gain settings of samples with shift + volume where the filters tracks per track. A friendly workflow when the goal is to balance occasional samples or loops to scratch

    Cons: expensive and an interface that serves only that, a system that quickly shows its limits in use where the track must be 100% sequentially, there is, to my knowledge at the moment, still quantification by adjustable sample sample (Live what long ago). Result = let's say you want to balance out the one-shot rigged action: either your entire project is QUANTIF hyper short and then you have more net, you start your curls perfectly, or it must tweak your one shot with white for the early start on time, not necessarily practical.

    My conclusion: One or two more in F1 for the set? Yes but it's expensive. The same goes for outright sequencing songs live? Feasible but impractical at present. Traktor is great for digital DJ'ing, Ableton is for sequencing. Native will be hard to catch up despite a team that listens to its customers, dynamic. As she need to do? No. Just make sure it offers is already optimal, no fault is already huge at the moment this is not the case. The hardware is there, it is the software that will grow. I would not stay alone in a config hybrid between the two apps currently. It is a little cat that bites its tail as native customers need to develop all that and make the system better, some say he was thinking about these small and missing functions required early to be sure disrupt the market. Half the bet is successful, but I think this opinion will be obsolete fairly quickly, at least I hope so.

    NB: not at all agree with the test pads and AF regarding their sensitivity! Must be pressed as a lumberjack for trigger, we take the usual way DJ, but still, the pads of my Launchpad seem more appropriate. Even if the hardware is very good and the app is priority, Native could still progress also on this point: pads and faders "softer" would be a good thing. Meanwhile it deserves to be robust.
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  • vitaledominiquevitaledominique

    unknown

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 03/13/13 at 11:12
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    ca'm five months that I have F1 traktor controller, but I can not install the 2.5 because it asks me for a version of my mas os x 10.7 and my mac is 10.6.8 and I registered at the download failure to all coups.Que should I do to install it because nobody in little music store and help me in orbit because they do not want the product just CJEZ music store while making yet it is a product native instrument thank you ....
  • hedikxhedikx

    Very good

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 03/13/13 at 14:32
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    I mix 3 years on Traktor Kontrol S4 with and I actually purchased the F1 last December.
    a great addition to add a real dimension to his set.
    I will also buy me a 2nd to complete the device to play on deck 2 remix.

    Easy to handle, intuitive features and directly usable.
    Good stuff like the S4.
    Infinite possibilities is preparing its samples, either by capture on the fly.
    Brief but happiness for playing live.

    I can only recommend this little toy DJs wishing to pep and improvisation in their sets.
  • MolliexMolliex

    A big plus traktor users

    Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1Published on 01/30/13 at 00:03
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    I use F1 for 5 months and this is definitely a plus in my sets. I mix that with a x1 and z2 (NI shopaholic me?) That allows me to use the F1 as a kind of third way to balance vocals and instrumentals music sampler directly through the capture function f1 and up to 32 days which is pretty huge.

    The pads are great colors as they allow me to quickly differentiate samples my way eg blue male, feminine pink, green instrument guitar, synth etc and red is pretty too.


    The only downside is the change between the deck c and d when changing cutting deck that another good but with 4 page 16 samples there is already plenty to do but ultimately having two is a must have.


    To conclude, I think t…
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    I use F1 for 5 months and this is definitely a plus in my sets. I mix that with a x1 and z2 (NI shopaholic me?) That allows me to use the F1 as a kind of third way to balance vocals and instrumentals music sampler directly through the capture function f1 and up to 32 days which is pretty huge.

    The pads are great colors as they allow me to quickly differentiate samples my way eg blue male, feminine pink, green instrument guitar, synth etc and red is pretty too.


    The only downside is the change between the deck c and d when changing cutting deck that another good but with 4 page 16 samples there is already plenty to do but ultimately having two is a must have.


    To conclude, I think that f1 is a very powerful machine with a huge capacity, but there is a certain learning time well before the beast master. And NI plug and play is top notch.

    Here I advise any user of traktor especially with the 2.6. This little wonder turns your set.

    Hoping this helps.
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