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Emulator is aE Multi-Touch DJ System that allows the crowd to see exactly what the DJ is doing on a huge transparent touch screen.

 

Emulator is a native multi-touch software for Windows 7, which makes it possible to converat  Tablet PC  into a multi-touch midi controller. A version specifically for Mac OSX is currently under development. It is ready to use and does not require any special programming or configuration.

 

Emulator is a MIDI controller that can show the information needed on one single screen. Their patented technology gives the user a ”heads-up” display of all tracks and information. Supports multiple controller layouts, covering the most important DJ’ing software on the market. Versions for Ableton, Serato and Virtual DJ are in development. The Traktor Pro version is available now.

 

For example, the Traktor version has more than 130 MIDI buttons, knobs and sliders covering all common features of Traktor Pro and more, according to Emulator’s creator. “Emulator Multi-Touch System has an extreme low latency, with the touchscreen units the latency is only 7ms, this results in fast real time touch points, without the fear of false touchs or ghost points, ” he says.

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