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[Musikmesse] NI Traktor Duo

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Native Instruments Traktor Duo

DJ Software from Native Instruments belonging to the Traktor series.

Native Instruments has announced Traktor Duo and Traktor Scratch Duo, two new DJ solutions based on the Traktor Pro platform.


The new Traktor Duo software, which is also at the heart of Traktor Scratch Duo, offers many of the advanced features of Traktor Pro in an easy-to-use two-deck configuration, according to NI.

It is based on the same user interface, and offers DJ features like auto-syncing, looping, integrated EQs and filters, and more.

"Automatic beat-gridding in combination with the "Sync Lock" function makes sure that the tracks in Traktor Duo never drift out of sync, giving users more time to focus on the creative aspects of digital mixing," NI says.

"Crate Flick" cover artwork support also allows users to visually browse music libraries

Traktor Scratch Duo combines the Duo software with the Audio 4 DJ 24bit/96 kHz audio interface into a professional time-code controlled DJ system. Traktor Scratch Duo is "a two-deck DVS solution for users that do not want to compromise on quality in any way," according to NI.

It is based on the 2kHz high-resolution time-code technology of Traktor Scratch Pro.

The introduction of Traktor Scratch Duo is accompanied by a demonstration video featuring DJ Craze and DJ Klever. Check out the video:

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Pricing & Availability
Traktor Duo and Traktor Scratch Duo will be available from April 1st for a suggested retail price of $119/99 Euro and $399/349 Euro respectively.
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