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NI Special Offer on Traktor Kontrol S2

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Native Instruments launched a time-limited special offer on Traktor Kontrol S2.

This offer reduces the price of the 2-deck controller to $449 / 399 EUR throughout February and March 2012. This represents a saving of $220 / 200 EUR against the suggested retail price.

 

Designed as a compact version of the Kontrol S4 hardware, the S2 provides a '2+1' setup with sample decks as well as mixing features and effects, based on the included Traktor Pro 2 software. Designed to offer DJs a more portable alternative to the 4-deck Kontrol S4 system, the Traktor Kontrol S2 provides the same jog wheels, combined with controls for cueing, looping and controlling effects.

 

The two playback decks of the Traktor Kontrol S2 are complemented by the Sample Decks of the latest Traktor Pro 2 software, which can add up to eight simultaneous one-shot samples or beat-synced loops to the mix. This is designed to equip the Kontrol S2 system with a third channel that opens up a range of additional performance techniques beyond the typical two-deck paradigm in its product category.

 

This limited-time special offer sets the price of the Traktor Kontrol S2 at $449 / 399 EUR. The offer is valid until March 31st 2012 and is available both from authorized and participating retailers and at the NI Online Shop. Customers that purchased the Kontrol S2 shortly before this offer was announced have been awarded with an e-voucher worth $120 / 100 EUR towards any product at the NI Online Shop, including the upcoming Traktor controller.

 

Additional information on Traktor Kontrol S2 is available at www.native-instruments.com/s2.

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