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moontoto moontoto
Publié le 11/09/10 à 09:55
Which is very good with this kind of product, they are completely adapted to the software mix. Not need extensive knowledge in MIDI. A little reading, a little logic and you're done when you synchronize with the TRAKTOR example.

I've served on all types of systems. The walls of the big room sound sytem. A board that level, like any electronic instrument, always have a friend who knows about his adjustment to the amp ^ ^.

Should know that my first purchase a laptop before you buy the OMNI. It is very important to note, because a low-end computer will meet more often technical problems. There has only to look on the forum, others like myself have had bugs incomprehensible.
Then they will tell you it takes ASIO4ALL, but it's wrong. If it does not work, your computer is not made for that, or at least not for long.

Installation neat and fast. The launch of Traktor LE is easy. Then, in TRAKTOR PRO it gets harder ...

After a year and a half good and loyal service, I went to the next level. Certainly it is very good at first, but then there was not shit, a pair of identical plates is much better.
Me what bothered me most about the OMNI, the bugs are too repetitive in sound. It is unclear if the program does kidding, the computer that is not performing or operating system ...
A priori, not all on Mac computers, but be sure you'll have a blast enough to break in your first dj set. Good start for
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