• az

    can you telll me where can download traktor dj sudio 1 from please help me

  • http://www.facebook.com/abaho.jackson Abaho Jackson

    normally send for us tractor dj for testing its goodness.for example send software tractor 3 and i see how it works on my mail abaho.jackson@yahoo.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/tall.neil Neil Talls

    Does anyone know how I can import my cues and track markings from the old “Traktor DJ studio 3″ to the new 2012 Tractor 2? I clearly have been using an old ghetto setup for about 7 years now and finally upgraded only to findout all my track info can’t be transferred? The manual says it cna’t be done…but is there way around it? please let me know
    thanks!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/OQY2BPIMCQANCHAAQ3BL45UIBM AshleaHu

     I got the software last Fri, and ported my library across. I’ve yet to have a proper play with it, but shall be doing now, as I was waiting for my Audio 10 to turn up (which I’ll be picking up later today).

    Previously I’ve been using an M-Audio fast track pro which limited me to just the two decks, so the Audio 10 coupled with giving me access to decks C & D makes me really excited about the sample decks as my sets have been inching towards the ‘live remix’ type for a while but the 2 deck restriction was frustrating.

    Really liking the hi-res waveforms, really really nice and welcome addition.

    Deff looking forward to my sets on Fri/Sat now, but recking I might have a little more prep to do than usual!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=565885017 Nilesh Parmar

    great story

  • Jvl

    traktor is for n00bs and so is this pos site

  • Jvl

    traktor is for n00bs and so is this pos site

    • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

      Hahaha… I bet you’re using Serato right? This is the secound time I’ve heard this in just the last month! I wrote an post JUST for you ignorant Serato douches out there: http://djfdrk.blogspot.com/2011/10/misconceptions-about-traktor-by-serato.html

  • Borowa8

    can somebody PLEASE SEND A LINK for Traktor DJ Studio 1 DOWNLOAD

  • Martyforster33

    Minority report DJing is already here!!

  • Martyforster33

    Minority report DJing is already here!!

  • Martyforster33

    Minority report DJing is already here!!

  • Martyforster33

    Minority report DJing is already here!!

  • Nick

    please make a vci 100 mapping for traktor 2.
    that would be very amazing…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marco-Aurelius-Vorkapic/100002091324114 Marco Aurelius Vorkapic

    can somebody PLEASE SEND A LINK for Traktor DJ Studio 2 DOWNLOAD????

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marco-Aurelius-Vorkapic/100002091324114 Marco Aurelius Vorkapic

    can somebody PLEASE SEND A LINK for Traktor DJ Studio 2 DOWNLOAD????

  • DJ Toph

    I for one really enjoyed this article. One of the biggest things I miss about vinyl is going to record stores and talking about all aspects of DJing. DJTT is the closest thing I can find to filling that gap and it constantly inspires and motivates me to keep on DJing and developing my skills. I’ve been DJing for 11 years now so I feel it’s pretty safe to say that I’ve got quite a bit of experience, but my philosophy is that you always continue to learn, no matter who you learn from. Music and our passion for it is what brings us all together, not negativity towards each other. I simply can’t understand what’s wrong with some of the people on here – if you don’t like or agree with what’s on here, don’t visit the site. DJTT costs us nothing to visit, some people would do well to remember that!

    Keep up the good work Ean and co!

  • DJ Toph

    I for one really enjoyed this article. One of the biggest things I miss about vinyl is going to record stores and talking about all aspects of DJing. DJTT is the closest thing I can find to filling that gap and it constantly inspires and motivates me to keep on DJing and developing my skills. I’ve been DJing for 11 years now so I feel it’s pretty safe to say that I’ve got quite a bit of experience, but my philosophy is that you always continue to learn, no matter who you learn from. Music and our passion for it is what brings us all together, not negativity towards each other. I simply can’t understand what’s wrong with some of the people on here – if you don’t like or agree with what’s on here, don’t visit the site. DJTT costs us nothing to visit, some people would do well to remember that!

    Keep up the good work Ean and co!

  • Djmidias

    Wow!! Haters!!

  • Djmidias

    Wow!! Haters!!

  • Mat

    If you don’t like it, don’t read it. Can’t believe the negative comments her on what is a pretty standard retrospective review. Better you guys start your own site?

  • Hiphoppa

    Yo, I’m new to the site and think it’s a great spot…. I found it because I was looking for midi controllers and came across DJTT… I’m registered with the forums as “hiphoppa” (I don’t do the facebook crap to have a login for this) and would like to comment on the small beef that is going on. My main spot for forum hanging is MPC-FORUMS.COM because I produce but my FIRST LOVE is DJing (since age 12… I’m 40 now!) to boot I’m a a pure vinyl addict and a late arrival to DVS systems. I found the article Ian wrote VERY informative because I had no idea how Traktor came about (or any other DVS system for that matter because as much as I’ve heard of them… I just wasn’t into them as I haven’t had to do a show in years but I keep my craft relevant for my own purposes and hobbies, teaching my son to rock the wheels has been very rewarding! I own traktor now, but my son is working with straight vinyl FIRST!)

    If you believe it’s an ad “Cool”…. but why get all up in arms because your post was flagged? When just like I’ve been told over the years, “you don’t have to listen, read, watch, or look for something if you don’t want to”… it’s on you to be your own judge on the matter and grow up a little because last I checked and I’m new mind you that Ian is the owner of the site and makes decisions that work for him… It’s his site and you can create your own if you don’t like what/where he is going.

    I’m as hardcore freedom of speech as it gets… and most venues allow you to rock what you say, but like anything else, sometime’s a post is flagged, including some of mine on the MPC site, but hey, let the feeling take you and allow this stress to rule your world (because of a friggin post, smh?) and move on.

    xPEACE goes out to the DJTT team, my MPC-FORUM gang and all DJ’s that rock vinyl!

    As long as you live, you have a life… why waste it on BS flags?

    xPEACE

    hiphoppa

    aka – Gary from the MPC-FORUMS.COM

  • Hiphoppa

    Yo, I’m new to the site and think it’s a great spot…. I found it because I was looking for midi controllers and came across DJTT… I’m registered with the forums as “hiphoppa” (I don’t do the facebook crap to have a login for this) and would like to comment on the small beef that is going on. My main spot for forum hanging is MPC-FORUMS.COM because I produce but my FIRST LOVE is DJing (since age 12… I’m 40 now!) to boot I’m a a pure vinyl addict and a late arrival to DVS systems. I found the article Ian wrote VERY informative because I had no idea how Traktor came about (or any other DVS system for that matter because as much as I’ve heard of them… I just wasn’t into them as I haven’t had to do a show in years but I keep my craft relevant for my own purposes and hobbies, teaching my son to rock the wheels has been very rewarding! I own traktor now, but my son is working with straight vinyl FIRST!)

    If you believe it’s an ad “Cool”…. but why get all up in arms because your post was flagged? When just like I’ve been told over the years, “you don’t have to listen, read, watch, or look for something if you don’t want to”… it’s on you to be your own judge on the matter and grow up a little because last I checked and I’m new mind you that Ian is the owner of the site and makes decisions that work for him… It’s his site and you can create your own if you don’t like what/where he is going.

    I’m as hardcore freedom of speech as it gets… and most venues allow you to rock what you say, but like anything else, sometime’s a post is flagged, including some of mine on the MPC site, but hey, let the feeling take you and allow this stress to rule your world (because of a friggin post, smh?) and move on.

    xPEACE goes out to the DJTT team, my MPC-FORUM gang and all DJ’s that rock vinyl!

    As long as you live, you have a life… why waste it on BS flags?

    xPEACE

    hiphoppa

    aka – Gary from the MPC-FORUMS.COM

  • Elf

    I’m left wondering what is wrong that some people keep posting these kind of negative things.. its almost like there is a hidden agenda out there somewhere trying to bring down DJTT. DJTT is awesome for what its about, and Ean does a remarkable job. I, and I think most DJTT users are very happy and grateful, not the other way around.

  • Elf

    I’m left wondering what is wrong that some people keep posting these kind of negative things.. its almost like there is a hidden agenda out there somewhere trying to bring down DJTT. DJTT is awesome for what its about, and Ean does a remarkable job. I, and I think most DJTT users are very happy and grateful, not the other way around.

  • whitenoise

    It sure brings back memories to those of us who have been on the traktor bandwagon for years.

    Final Scratch 1.5 was quite a ride, what with its hockey-puck hardware and wobbly stability. Hardware requirements were higher on the PC, as the “puck”‘s hardware was not very powerful (and using flaky and unreliable chipsets, causing all sorts of issues).

    Final Scratch 2 introduced the Firewire headaches, where the firewire controller chip on your hardware made or broke the experience. I still have the audio interface as a bookend on my shelves (ooh… that… pretty… brushed metal… ooh).

    You have to respect Stanton for trying to leave the N2IT/Unix pairing via NI (but then a little less for hanging the FS2 customers high and dry when their alliance with NI exploded), but NI gets high praise for getting the whole concept to a rock solid state.

    Thank god for modern times.

    This being said, Traktor itself has always been a stable, efficient piece of software.

    About the “this is an ad” flamebaits. Ain’t nothing wrong with nostalgia and excitement at a major release in the DJ world. It was more than a fluff piece on how Traktor Pro 2 is awesome, will change the world, blablabla. It probably showed some Traktor fans UIs they have never seen (I, for one, had never laid eyes upon Traktor 1).

    Yeah, I could have googled it. But it’s nice that someone did it for me.

    As far I know, this site does accept contributions from the outside. So anyone who is unhappy with its content is free to write up some examples of what they consider good content and submit it.

    Otherwise, flamebaiting is, always has, and always will be, pointless.

  • whitenoise

    It sure brings back memories to those of us who have been on the traktor bandwagon for years.

    Final Scratch 1.5 was quite a ride, what with its hockey-puck hardware and wobbly stability. Hardware requirements were higher on the PC, as the “puck”‘s hardware was not very powerful (and using flaky and unreliable chipsets, causing all sorts of issues).

    Final Scratch 2 introduced the Firewire headaches, where the firewire controller chip on your hardware made or broke the experience. I still have the audio interface as a bookend on my shelves (ooh… that… pretty… brushed metal… ooh).

    You have to respect Stanton for trying to leave the N2IT/Unix pairing via NI (but then a little less for hanging the FS2 customers high and dry when their alliance with NI exploded), but NI gets high praise for getting the whole concept to a rock solid state.

    Thank god for modern times.

    This being said, Traktor itself has always been a stable, efficient piece of software.

    About the “this is an ad” flamebaits. Ain’t nothing wrong with nostalgia and excitement at a major release in the DJ world. It was more than a fluff piece on how Traktor Pro 2 is awesome, will change the world, blablabla. It probably showed some Traktor fans UIs they have never seen (I, for one, had never laid eyes upon Traktor 1).

    Yeah, I could have googled it. But it’s nice that someone did it for me.

    As far I know, this site does accept contributions from the outside. So anyone who is unhappy with its content is free to write up some examples of what they consider good content and submit it.

    Otherwise, flamebaiting is, always has, and always will be, pointless.

  • dust

    traktor has come a long way. check out air scratch augmented interactive reality scratching. initial test. http://www.vimeo.com/19959455
    air scratch full http://www.vimeo.com/20028507.

    • loco

      this is sick man! I want to see more control in the future :)

    • loco

      this is sick man! I want to see more control in the future :)

  • http://www.chromatouch.wordpress.com Leon Tirmble

    yep this is a nice trip down memory lane. so what if Ean works for NI now? they’re my favourite company.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=530718492 Pablo ‘Charlie’ Rodriguez

    where I can find? , the vintage version of that sofware…. I would love to have it!!!

    • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

      That would be awesome. I wonder what the system requirements was back then. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/warren.allen.4 Warren Potter Allen IV

    man, traktor was u u ugly before pro

  • Uberkitty1

    Every morning as I check email, news, horroscope, I go to DJTechTool.com. There is always valuable info there for me. I have even asked some pretty dumb questions in forum and got respectful answeres. The piece on Traktor evo brought back some warm & frustrating nostlaga. I enjoyed the blast to the past and into toaday and in no way found the article to be comercial. But, I am a Traktor Head. Thanks this wonderful Emag!

    DJUberkitty

  • http://www.facebook.com/freebooze4all John Clear

    I have no idea what’s happened on here in the last while.

    Ean Golden has never claimed to be a volunteer fighting for the cause of digital djing. He set up a blog to share HIS insight into the world of digital djing. His expertise is with Traktor (in all its forms, through the years) and that’s the best insight people get from this site. So what if he makes some money of the information he gives away for free to all of us. Who cares?!

    Is he supposed to sit in his room blogging all night and not getting paid. The man has a chance to go and make some money for himself and we’re all still benefiting from it. This site is American, right? I thought doing what you love and getting paid for it was the American dream?

    I for one thought this article was an informative and insightful look back through the history of the software a lot of us use. Isn’t one of the criticisms levelled against digital dj’s that we have no respect for the past? Well here we are, having respect for how technology got to where it is today but there has to be a whole load of people giving out because it’s not another ground breaking article.

    As someone said above, why don’t you set up your own website and tell us all about how great you are at mapping controllers in Serato or Torq or wherever. Maybe you’ll get the following and fame you crave. And maybe then you won’t have to sit in your room typing bitter rants about someone else’s success.

    Sorry this has gone on for so long but I felt I had to defend someone who has taught me a lot and allowed me access to a world I never though I’d be a part of. I’ve never even spoken to Ean Golden but his work on this site allowed me to become a “DJ” (my skill level is irrelevant). That is the beauty of this site and that should be upheld. I’m not a huge fan of censoring comments but I do agree that people who only come here to bitch and moan about content without ever offering anything constructive need policed.

    I will agree with one thing, DJTT has suffered recently but it’s because of people writing inane and unhelpful comments, not because of the content Ean and the others who work hard behind the scenes work so hard to bring us.

    Rant over.

    • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

      +1

  • FFFreddYYY

    will there be a mapping put out for the new traktor for the vci 100???

    • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

      If you’re not looking at using the new features like samplers and just want to control two decks you could probably just use the old mapping.

  • DJ Serventi

    Respectfully disagree DJPC…To say that Ean is letting Mediocore Fame get to his head is like saying that Burning Man is going 100% Corporate. Ean has put in his time and has attracted many new people to this site, including me. I have been a session musician / DJ for many years, but have been inspired to take my music to the next level. THis site has helped me do just that. If Ean is getting some fame or attaboys let him. This is not intended to be a comparison…just a historical approach to Traktor. And BTW…I use Serato SL3!

    There’s plenty of space for us all to be able to do our thing…

  • http://www.facebook.com/scottbrio Scott Brio

    I’ll go ahead and say I’m swaying toward the other side of the fence: I think DJTT is becoming flooded with TROLLS. You guys have to fix the anonymous posting. Everything else is good to go, but this guy, using the name “DJPC4″ to mock DJPC3… case in point. He won’t say what he’s got to say if he’s really logged on as his DJTT profile or FaceBook etc.

    DJTT is slowly becoming more popular, and all of a sudden Ean is “selling out” as if this is some cool underground hipster band that all of a sudden got a real paying contract for once, and everyone says they sold out.

    Guess what, THE INTERNET IS AN AD. ONE BIG AD. God forbid DJTT try to make SOME money. I can only imagine how difficult it is to dedicate 98% of your day to a webpage only to make pennies on the dollar.

    And for the record, I don’t think this blog post is an ad… and if it is, well I still enjoyed it :]

  • Ronnin1987

    Its posible to use traktor 2 with vci100 fw.1.4?? Ean you can do a mapping for this??

  • t-user

    As i remarked once again, some products are totally avoided here.

    I sent a comment about it in the Battle of the 1s and 0s. Traktor Vs Ableton Vs Serato post. Example : there wasn’t any review concerning Torq 2.0.
    If it wasn’t featured at Namm 2011, we wouldn’t have heard of it on djtechtools.
    Ean’s answer mentioned that something will be done when it get released.Torq 2.0 is available since february 8th.

    I tried to check it today and discovered that my comment and Ean’s answer had been removed.

    The latest posts’ title are :

    - “Traktor Pro 2 – Officially Announced! (Exclusive Walk Through Video)”, describing the different new features.
    It’s a review of the next version of Traktor Pro 2 that will be out in april.

    - “The Evolution of Traktor”.

    - “New Traktor Audio 6 and 10 Hardware Released”. They will be available in april.

    It’s the same for production. Reason is a major software and most international artists who use it were awarded (i think about those whose tracks are featured on NFS underground 1)

    Pro Tools is the daw that can be found worldwide in any production, mastering studio. Nothing about it. All about Ableton Live!!!!

    I thought that you would be fair concerning all the major softwares out on the market.

    I wonder if you really consider your readers or if you are Vestax, Native Instruments, Rane, Ableton shareholders.

    Please, pay attention on those who regularly take a look at your tips, advices to step up their games.

    That would be more loyal and respectful!!

  • t-user

    As i remarked once again, some products are totally avoided here.

    I sent a comment about it in the Battle of the 1s and 0s. Traktor Vs Ableton Vs Serato post. Example : there wasn’t any review concerning Torq 2.0.
    If it wasn’t featured at Namm 2011, we wouldn’t have heard of it on djtechtools.
    Ean’s answer mentioned that something will be done when it get released.Torq 2.0 is available since february 8th.

    I tried to check it today and discovered that my comment and Ean’s answer had been removed.

    The latest posts’ title are :

    - “Traktor Pro 2 – Officially Announced! (Exclusive Walk Through Video)”, describing the different new features.
    It’s a review of the next version of Traktor Pro 2 that will be out in april.

    - “The Evolution of Traktor”.

    - “New Traktor Audio 6 and 10 Hardware Released”. They will be available in april.

    It’s the same for production. Reason is a major software and most international artists who use it were awarded (i think about those whose tracks are featured on NFS underground 1)

    Pro Tools is the daw that can be found worldwide in any production, mastering studio. Nothing about it. All about Ableton Live!!!!

    I thought that you would be fair concerning all the major softwares out on the market.

    I wonder if you really consider your readers or if you are Vestax, Native Instruments, Rane, Ableton shareholders.

    Please, pay attention on those who regularly take a look at your tips, advices to step up their games.

    That would be more loyal and respectful!!

  • Whitey

    If I were Ean or any of the DJTT staff reading most of the reponses to this article I would seriously consider removing the ‘comments’ section here.

    Flaming, paranoia and immature, ill-thought comments do nothing to inspire writers to give up their time to provide information and input here.

    Some people don’t deserve the right to comment – maybe me? who knows?

    Keep up the good work DJTT regardless!!

  • Whitey

    If I were Ean or any of the DJTT staff reading most of the reponses to this article I would seriously consider removing the ‘comments’ section here.

    Flaming, paranoia and immature, ill-thought comments do nothing to inspire writers to give up their time to provide information and input here.

    Some people don’t deserve the right to comment – maybe me? who knows?

    Keep up the good work DJTT regardless!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=638366173 Lewis Fisher

    I use traktor and like this article. i would like any article on the evolution of dj equipment or technology as its interesting. What i would not do is moan about a simple article that is intended to be a bit of light reading and make myself look like a nob head complaining.

    for all those complaining , you did not have to click on the article if you have no interest in it and the site is not going down hill , its getting better and moving with the technology. I guess some people dont like change and would like things to stay in the past, stuck on there vci-100′s for ever like vinyl jocks who wont embrace digital.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=638366173 Lewis Fisher

    I use traktor and like this article. i would like any article on the evolution of dj equipment or technology as its interesting. What i would not do is moan about a simple article that is intended to be a bit of light reading and make myself look like a nob head complaining.

    for all those complaining , you did not have to click on the article if you have no interest in it and the site is not going down hill , its getting better and moving with the technology. I guess some people dont like change and would like things to stay in the past, stuck on there vci-100′s for ever like vinyl jocks who wont embrace digital.

  • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

    Hahaha!!! I get it now! :) Pushing the flag button temporarely hides the message!
    Sorry mate! I flagged this message! Not my intention…
    I think everybody can flag messages, so do not blame the DJTT crew. Call it cultural differences, but I actually didn’t get the Flag buttons purpose.
    I would like a DISLIKE button here though!

  • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

    Hahaha!!! I get it now! :) Pushing the flag button temporarely hides the message!
    Sorry mate! I flagged this message! Not my intention…
    I think everybody can flag messages, so do not blame the DJTT crew. Call it cultural differences, but I actually didn’t get the Flag buttons purpose.
    I would like a DISLIKE button here though!

  • Guest

    You might want to pull your images from somewhere that doesn’t advertise a pirating website. I’m sure NI would appreciate this article just a little bit more…

  • Guest

    You might want to pull your images from somewhere that doesn’t advertise a pirating website. I’m sure NI would appreciate this article just a little bit more…

  • DJ Peter Lennon

    wow, critical posts gona be deleted ? after years its time 2 vnever come back

  • DJ Peter Lennon

    wow, critical posts gona be deleted ? after years its time 2 vnever come back

    • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

      Critical posts are never deleted. Readers now have the ability to flag a post- if 10 people flag a post it goes away until its been reviewed by a moderator. The only time a comments has been intentionally deleted are in the cases when some one violates the guidelines. I.E., no swearing excessively or saying racist or hateful things about other readers.

      • DJ Peter Lennon

        i see,
        Seemz like i got sth. wrong – thanks for da reply

  • Kockson

    and it still looks like sh*t LOL!

  • Kockson

    and it still looks like sh*t LOL!

  • Eoghainc

    Veery enjoyable, conjured up feelings like when you find an old console in the loft and spend an afternoon playing sonic or street fighter. TP2 looks like a beast, I want to see a deakealized midi fighter mapping when it gets released, I reckon that would be sick

  • Magnusum

    Now we need the Evolution of serato

  • Magnusum

    Now we need the Evolution of serato

  • Ableton

    oh yeah so what’s up with the picture, I thought I was on the pauperchef website for a minute. I liked your old setup

  • Ableton

    oh yeah so what’s up with the picture, I thought I was on the pauperchef website for a minute. I liked your old setup

  • Ableton

    I don’t really see the problem with this look back. I’ve not been into traktor that long so it’s cool to see how far it’s come. I’m the first person to point out blatant marketing but I do think that this is interesting. Do I think it’s ground breaking, Nope. But these guys gotta keep crankin out articles that are interesting and that is just simply not going to happen. The question is should they do quality over quantity and that is up to them

  • Ableton

    I don’t really see the problem with this look back. I’ve not been into traktor that long so it’s cool to see how far it’s come. I’m the first person to point out blatant marketing but I do think that this is interesting. Do I think it’s ground breaking, Nope. But these guys gotta keep crankin out articles that are interesting and that is just simply not going to happen. The question is should they do quality over quantity and that is up to them

  • Kind

    thanks for posting the traktor wiki here

  • Kind

    thanks for posting the traktor wiki here

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HCACQNUXFNLNB6G45VGP5URHRI Gudmundur Johannsson

    I really found the article interesting and I learned from it since I’ve only been using Traktor since 2009. I totally disagree with the negative comments. It’s not an ad, it’s a nice history lesson. Thank you Emil and Ean.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HCACQNUXFNLNB6G45VGP5URHRI Gudmundur Johannsson

    I really found the article interesting and I learned from it since I’ve only been using Traktor since 2009. I totally disagree with the negative comments. It’s not an ad, it’s a nice history lesson. Thank you Emil and Ean.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brad.cousins Brad Cousins

    I see why people are calling this an ‘ad’, but i don’t agree with the downhill comments.
    i’ll be honest, while it is was nice to have a look back at how Traktor changed over the years, i feel the article was lacking depth in the info. Just a series of screenshots with a couple of sentences, don’t really feel it showed fully how Traktor has evolved…

  • http://www.facebook.com/brad.cousins Brad Cousins

    I see why people are calling this an ‘ad’, but i don’t agree with the downhill comments.
    i’ll be honest, while it is was nice to have a look back at how Traktor changed over the years, i feel the article was lacking depth in the info. Just a series of screenshots with a couple of sentences, don’t really feel it showed fully how Traktor has evolved…

  • Ricey88

    Getting bored of traktor posts now.

  • Ricey88

    Getting bored of traktor posts now.

  • meh

    Traktor 3 still has to be my favorite to be honest. Rock solid and everything worked properly. The newer versions are great but there are a few things that bug me a little.

    I will forever be a Trakor head though. Been using it Traktor 2 and cant really imagine using anything else.

    I remember rocking the 1st Hercules controller and getting loads of shit for using a midi controller at gigs ;D

  • meh

    Traktor 3 still has to be my favorite to be honest. Rock solid and everything worked properly. The newer versions are great but there are a few things that bug me a little.

    I will forever be a Trakor head though. Been using it Traktor 2 and cant really imagine using anything else.

    I remember rocking the 1st Hercules controller and getting loads of shit for using a midi controller at gigs ;D

  • Aleem Mohamed

    Great Article and video.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

    Cool post, I joined in the fun at Traktor 3, don’t think I used any fx or midi for at least the first 2 months, going from vinyl to digital was a huge deal for me. Then I found a Vid on youtube of some dude who looked a bit like jesus rocking an arcade button VCI and the rest is history. Who knows if I got my MacBook pre Audio 8 release I may of ended up with SL-1 instead.
    Performance feature wise, Traktor Pro 2 is pretty much there for me now, I do love my S4 but I can’t wait to get those features on my external dvs set up.
    ++
    Now. what has the next chapter got in store? N.I. made promises a while back that they will better improve Maschine pairing which is pretty exciting when you bare in mind Mashine will soon be open to VST plugins.
    This is great for Maschine owners especially if N.I. apply a clever routing options to make it pos to run Traktors decks thru third party plug ins.
    I would also love to see some integration with Kore 2. Playing Kore with Traktor’s new loop recorder is sick (bye bye Zero4 sampler). But it would be even better if there was an option to bring some key aspects of Kore in to Traktors GUI, for instance a replacement for where a deck would be.
    ++
    It’s only a matter of time before we see some new N.I. hardware, I give it 12 to 18 months, something X1 sized to cater for S4 features on a external setup would make me a very happy dj.

    • Jesus

      REally the Jesus of controllerism?!

    • Jesus

      REally the Jesus of controllerism?!

  • tythegodfather

    This is a great article, me to like sikosis started my Digital journey with final Scratch Pro. The System cost a little over $3000 and it came with a sony computer. This was revolutionary and no one in Detroit could believe I was using Turntables and a Computer to rock the party. I’m knocking on would because in this journey I have never had a Program or computer go down at a gig. I’ve been spinning since 1978 and when i ran across DDTT, it helped me take everything to another level. Ean and the fellows help me understand what was going on underneath the hood of the Technology. Dj Tech Tools Keep up the Great Work. Much Respect The Godfather.

  • http://twitter.com/bishybx Andrew Bishop

    Traktor 2.5 was the damage.

  • http://twitter.com/bishybx Andrew Bishop

    Traktor 2.5 was the damage.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dislokated dislokated

    Nice article.
    I’ve been using Traktor since that first version and its nice to see how its evolved over the years (and getting stronger!)

  • http://www.facebook.com/dislokated dislokated

    Nice article.
    I’ve been using Traktor since that first version and its nice to see how its evolved over the years (and getting stronger!)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000531686375 Futureglue Musik

    You forgot to mention, what was it called… the way you could record a mixtape in T3 and had automation of your fx etc. could go back at any point to fix things, do overdubs etc.

    That was great. Too bad it’s no longer there. Still the interface of Tpro was much better. Once you saw that, there was no going back.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000531686375 Futureglue Musik

    You forgot to mention, what was it called… the way you could record a mixtape in T3 and had automation of your fx etc. could go back at any point to fix things, do overdubs etc.

    That was great. Too bad it’s no longer there. Still the interface of Tpro was much better. Once you saw that, there was no going back.

  • DJ Dark Nite

    For the folks ad DJTT, keep up the good work. It’s easy to sit on the sidelines and nit pick every little thing you don’t like, but it takes a ton of work to do what you guys have done.

    I am sure Traktor products would not be where they are if you guys were not involved.

  • DJ Dark Nite

    For the folks ad DJTT, keep up the good work. It’s easy to sit on the sidelines and nit pick every little thing you don’t like, but it takes a ton of work to do what you guys have done.

    I am sure Traktor products would not be where they are if you guys were not involved.

  • Jfd6812

    I like the idea of a Traktor through the years walkthrough, and its obviously timely, but i could have used a little more content about each version. this is a VERY bare bones run through-basically a snapshot and a sentence. for those like me who just came into traktor in the past year, this article doesnt really tell me all that much. great idea, not so great follow through. but its still cool to see the past gui’s!

  • Jfd6812

    I like the idea of a Traktor through the years walkthrough, and its obviously timely, but i could have used a little more content about each version. this is a VERY bare bones run through-basically a snapshot and a sentence. for those like me who just came into traktor in the past year, this article doesnt really tell me all that much. great idea, not so great follow through. but its still cool to see the past gui’s!

  • DJ Ivo-But-Not

    You forgot the first Traktor FS version, it was under linux. Back then, I bought it, use it (damn, it was never ending battle with the faulty scratch amp), than we got the Windows version 1.5. Memories… After all that years I went trough all the Traktor versions, still on DVS train, still using Native Instruments software, and will gladly pay for T2 update!

  • DJ Ivo-But-Not

    You forgot the first Traktor FS version, it was under linux. Back then, I bought it, use it (damn, it was never ending battle with the faulty scratch amp), than we got the Windows version 1.5. Memories… After all that years I went trough all the Traktor versions, still on DVS train, still using Native Instruments software, and will gladly pay for T2 update!

  • Fow-T

    how i cam to djing:
    I downloaded the Demo of Traktor Pro and fell directly in love. Soon it became difficult to use traktor just with mouse and keyboard and so I bought my first midi-controller (Hercules ROFL WTF?!)
    6 months later it had to be a VCI 100 SE and so on.
    Can’t wait till April. I hope it’s not an April fool’s joke ;)

    thanks to ean!

  • Fow-T

    how i cam to djing:
    I downloaded the Demo of Traktor Pro and fell directly in love. Soon it became difficult to use traktor just with mouse and keyboard and so I bought my first midi-controller (Hercules ROFL WTF?!)
    6 months later it had to be a VCI 100 SE and so on.
    Can’t wait till April. I hope it’s not an April fool’s joke ;)

    thanks to ean!

  • DjPeterB

    Just Another Ad.. The Content on DJTT has really gone downhill, then you wonder why you get so many “negative” comments, and instead of listening to to your readers you just censor them. Shame DJTT Shame

  • DjPeterB

    Just Another Ad.. The Content on DJTT has really gone downhill, then you wonder why you get so many “negative” comments, and instead of listening to to your readers you just censor them. Shame DJTT Shame

    • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

      An ad?? I think it’s nice to look back at the previous versions and take a look at how the system has developed over the years. It’s sort of a celebration of Traktor evloving into what it is today. :)
      And since T2 was just released it’s pretty timely aswell…

      • Jesus

        I really don’t think that his comment should be flagged. All he did was say that he thought it was an ad. Even though I don’t really agree with him he did not say anything offensive or out of line. This is the type of thing that does not need to start happening. Let all voices be heard unless it is really a distasteful comment. What is going to start happening is that anything said against the site or traktor will be flagged.

        NOTICE THAT NO OTHER SITES THAT I GO TO HAVE THIS ISSUE. They let everyone say what they want.

        Just an opinion.

        • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

          I agree.. his post shouldnt have been flagged. People should still have a voice and opinion.

          I think “members” of the techtools community should be able to decide if an issue should be addressed on the thread. This new thing about Techtools is this and techtools is that.

          The dude had a somewhat valid argument. Even if he was wrong. And I took it personal. But I think that there was a valid rebuttal.

          Not sure if he was just trolling or not but to Flag his comment kinda makes him right…….

          And Im not giving my VCI up that easy!

        • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

          I agree.. his post shouldnt have been flagged. People should still have a voice and opinion.

          I think “members” of the techtools community should be able to decide if an issue should be addressed on the thread. This new thing about Techtools is this and techtools is that.

          The dude had a somewhat valid argument. Even if he was wrong. And I took it personal. But I think that there was a valid rebuttal.

          Not sure if he was just trolling or not but to Flag his comment kinda makes him right…….

          And Im not giving my VCI up that easy!

      • Jesus

        I really don’t think that his comment should be flagged. All he did was say that he thought it was an ad. Even though I don’t really agree with him he did not say anything offensive or out of line. This is the type of thing that does not need to start happening. Let all voices be heard unless it is really a distasteful comment. What is going to start happening is that anything said against the site or traktor will be flagged.

        NOTICE THAT NO OTHER SITES THAT I GO TO HAVE THIS ISSUE. They let everyone say what they want.

        Just an opinion.

    • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

      An ad?? I think it’s nice to look back at the previous versions and take a look at how the system has developed over the years. It’s sort of a celebration of Traktor evloving into what it is today. :)
      And since T2 was just released it’s pretty timely aswell…

    • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

      An ad???? are you serious. what other site can you go on and get the amount of information that this site brings? Going down hill?? how long have you been on this site brother?? This site is more spot on with it’s variety of information and has never changed since i have been on here (which is quite a while)

      m not trying to start a battle between you but if your down for an intelligent argument then lets do it.

      Name one site with the wealth of information that this sight brings to the table

      Provide just one example of any other source of information that is “dedicated” to DVS/MIDI that trumps TECHTOOLS

      Where on the internet or professional school can you get educated on how to Design, Build, Map, and perform on your own Midi Controller? …….. For Free…..

      This front page that you log onto is just the start. Behind those small links up top are a wealth of information, knowledge, and wisdom.

      My friend have you had the chance to explore the FORUM??

      Name one site that has a place to meet such an open minded group of people. Dedicated to DVS/Midi.

      I have had many personal convo’s with the people that started this Web site….. I am in no way somebody special….. I just goes to show what kind of people that we are dealing with.

      So bro like I said man. If you would like an intelligent argument about why you think this site throws up nothing but ADS and that it is GOING DOWN HILL. Lets hear it. No need for name calling or personal blows. If you can convince me, and who ever reads this post, That there is anything that even comes close to this Library of controller goodness.

      Not only will I apologize but I SWEAR (to all who is witness) Ill send you my VCI 100se (that I got all the info to Upgrade, Map and Perform right here on DJTECHTOOLS.com.)

      I’m serious!

      See because I know longer need it. Im buying the APC40 and i’ll use it with my Kontrol X1. Which im kinda excited about…. because Im goin to RE-MAP the entire set up to control “EVERYTHING” inside Traktor 2. Seems hard but …… It was crazy man! I stumbled upon this site a while back….. Its called DJTECHTOOLS

      You want my VCI 100se. Ill give it to you. Just hope your rebuttal is strong.

    • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

      An ad???? are you serious. what other site can you go on and get the amount of information that this site brings? Going down hill?? how long have you been on this site brother?? This site is more spot on with it’s variety of information and has never changed since i have been on here (which is quite a while)

      m not trying to start a battle between you but if your down for an intelligent argument then lets do it.

      Name one site with the wealth of information that this sight brings to the table

      Provide just one example of any other source of information that is “dedicated” to DVS/MIDI that trumps TECHTOOLS

      Where on the internet or professional school can you get educated on how to Design, Build, Map, and perform on your own Midi Controller? …….. For Free…..

      This front page that you log onto is just the start. Behind those small links up top are a wealth of information, knowledge, and wisdom.

      My friend have you had the chance to explore the FORUM??

      Name one site that has a place to meet such an open minded group of people. Dedicated to DVS/Midi.

      I have had many personal convo’s with the people that started this Web site….. I am in no way somebody special….. I just goes to show what kind of people that we are dealing with.

      So bro like I said man. If you would like an intelligent argument about why you think this site throws up nothing but ADS and that it is GOING DOWN HILL. Lets hear it. No need for name calling or personal blows. If you can convince me, and who ever reads this post, That there is anything that even comes close to this Library of controller goodness.

      Not only will I apologize but I SWEAR (to all who is witness) Ill send you my VCI 100se (that I got all the info to Upgrade, Map and Perform right here on DJTECHTOOLS.com.)

      I’m serious!

      See because I know longer need it. Im buying the APC40 and i’ll use it with my Kontrol X1. Which im kinda excited about…. because Im goin to RE-MAP the entire set up to control “EVERYTHING” inside Traktor 2. Seems hard but …… It was crazy man! I stumbled upon this site a while back….. Its called DJTECHTOOLS

      You want my VCI 100se. Ill give it to you. Just hope your rebuttal is strong.

      • DJ AP THE BLEND KING

        skratchworx. boom.

        • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

          hahahahaha scratchworx is a sick site! I agree with that. So is digitaldjtips.com

          can you show me some tutorials and some dj education…..other than reviews on products. (all products by the way… which makes that site so awsome) Gizmo does right some great reviews and his coverage on NAMM was awsome.

          But to say that its better than techtools, you got to at-least give a reason why.

          peace

        • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

          hahahahaha scratchworx is a sick site! I agree with that. So is digitaldjtips.com

          can you show me some tutorials and some dj education…..other than reviews on products. (all products by the way… which makes that site so awsome) Gizmo does right some great reviews and his coverage on NAMM was awsome.

          But to say that its better than techtools, you got to at-least give a reason why.

          peace

      • DJ AP THE BLEND KING

        skratchworx. boom.

    • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

      so what exactly is this an ad for? To me, as a Traktor user, it was very interesting to look back at all the old versions and see the development of the software. Since there was a big traktor announcement on thursday- it makes perfect sense to follow that up with a history post the next day.

      • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

        Not sure.. Im still waiting on a response. Dude this post was spot on!

        Dead serious about the VCI man…….

      • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

        Not sure.. Im still waiting on a response. Dude this post was spot on!

        Dead serious about the VCI man…….

      • http://www.djapmixer.com/ DJ AP THE BLEND KING

        EAN DJTT IS ON THE DOWNHILL YOU’RE LETTING IT DIE! WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

      • Gypsy Joe

        You were ahead of your time w this article…Traktir is a major olayer in the dj industry. Good job by sticking to ya guns!

      • Comet Creakwater

        haters.. you shouldn’t even give them a resonse

    • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

      so what exactly is this an ad for? To me, as a Traktor user, it was very interesting to look back at all the old versions and see the development of the software. Since there was a big traktor announcement on thursday- it makes perfect sense to follow that up with a history post the next day.

    • Djmidias

      Who’s DJ Peter B….

  • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

    Hay! :)
    Thanks for the credits, but you did fill out the blanks with some nice text.
    I’m honored!

  • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

    Hay! :)
    Thanks for the credits, but you did fill out the blanks with some nice text.
    I’m honored!

  • http://soundcloud.com/cpoynter cpoynter

    I first started DJ’ing in 1999 with a discman, a home CD player, and a radio shack mixer. So it was a big deal to upgrade to a couple 1200s and Final Scratch 1… I can’t believe it’s been a decade since then! I agree, this is kind of a silly article to have up here, but it definitely made me feel nostalgic, so thanks for that :)

  • http://soundcloud.com/cpoynter cpoynter

    I first started DJ’ing in 1999 with a discman, a home CD player, and a radio shack mixer. So it was a big deal to upgrade to a couple 1200s and Final Scratch 1… I can’t believe it’s been a decade since then! I agree, this is kind of a silly article to have up here, but it definitely made me feel nostalgic, so thanks for that :)

  • Neolithic

    Awesome post! I gave up Serato for T3 Scratch back in the day and not looked back since… Now I play with controllers and DVS, learnt so much from Tech Tools!

    Keep up the great work!

  • Taz

    Its interesting for me to see the time line of Traktor and think back to how things were with me. When the first version came out I was just barely getting into DJing with 1200′s and vinyl. When the second version came out I’d heard about DJing using a computer and thought no way anyone serious about it will use a computer to DJ. By the time the third installment came out I’d heard about some people using software I laughed and “thumbed my nose at them” and said there will only be ONE way to really DJ. Around the time DJ Studio 3 came out I was needing something to use while on the go and gave the DJ software a shot. I’ve since continued to use Traktor equally with vinyl and have learned there is no ONE way… can’t wait to get my hands on T2

  • Sashasolo

    This to this day is been the software of choice for me! I used all versions and I think TP2 will kick some butt! Can’t wait to try it out in the club!

    On a more serious note, It sux that TP1 users will have to shell out cash in order to upgrade! Not very fair NI!

    But hey life is not fare sometimes, what gonna do!

    Happy Mixxxing!

    SS

  • FTW

    Oh man, awesome I’ve used every single one of these haha. I went to Serato after i had final scratch since I had many a problem with it. Traktor has come a long long way since then, and is once again my weapon of choice. Can’t wait to get my hands on TSP2.

  • Nelson Camargo

    Hello,
    I’ve used all these versions, minus the Traktor Final Scratch, here in Brazil when I showed up to play with the 1.0 version called me crazy.
    Now

  • DjRo

    Wasn’t this somebody’s post in the DJTT forum?

    • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

      yup- we got the idea from the forum, the author is credited at the end of the article.

      • http://twitter.com/DeeJayPaddy Matías J. Padilla

        and like Karlos said in that thread, Traktor Scratch is still missing :)

      • http://twitter.com/DeeJayPaddy Matías J. Padilla

        and like Karlos said in that thread, Traktor Scratch is still missing :)

  • Deviantdigi

    Nice rundown DJTT

  • http://sikosis.com/ Sikosis

    I was an original Final Scratch user, initially drawn to it because it was available on BeOS only. Then when Stanton got involved, it was ported to Linux. The next version was this abomination that was a Windows app running under WINE on Linux.

    It has certainly come along way since those days …

    • Walt White

      ya i actually got the very first Final Scratch system from N2IT that shipped out to the USA. $3000 bucks. It came with a Sony Viao Laptop and the Software ran on the BEOS operating system. I actually had to call N2IT and explain to them that they needed to create an import function to grab the ID3 tags from MP3 files into their Final Scratch Library database. I wish that this story would have covered the entire history… not just the Native Instruments portion.

  • Tom D

    As awesome as Pro is, it’s a shame some of the features they’ve lost over the years – particularly OSC support (I remember spending days hacking together software to convert OSC to MIDI to make up for the lack of MIDI out in T2… and OSC support would be really relevant now with controllers such as TouchOSC out there), the master effect in T3 (just remember how awesome it was coming from 2.6 and getting those effects! Having a master one was really useful at times) and the unquantized beatmasher in T3.

    Looking back, I think T3 is my favourite version so far in a lot of ways, I loved the flexibility and UI customization options which have since disappeared. I can see how it was over-complicated for a lot of users though.

  • MrSteve81

    First. Sorry, never done that before. :)
    I’d never seen the GUI for Traktor 1. Sure has come a long way.

  • MrSteve81

    And its “Traktor”.

  • http://www.djpc3.com DJ PC3

    y are u just hating for no reason… how bout this y dont u try & write a better coloumn

  • http://www.djpc3.com DJ PC3

    y are u just hating for no reason… how bout this y dont u try & write a better coloumn

  • D Holling

    whats trakto?

  • D Holling

    whats trakto?

  • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

    You’re welcome. :)

  • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

    You’re welcome. :)

  • http://www.djpc3.com DJ PC3

    Oh yea thats a real constructive and mature response. All I was saying if people complain about the posts on this they have two options: 1) take time to write their own column or 2) Don’t come to this site… if that makes me a fan boy because I don’t support hateful criticism without any justification then I guess, I am…

  • http://www.djpc3.com DJ PC3

    Oh yea thats a real constructive and mature response. All I was saying if people complain about the posts on this they have two options: 1) take time to write their own column or 2) Don’t come to this site… if that makes me a fan boy because I don’t support hateful criticism without any justification then I guess, I am…

  • DJPC4

    bro why dont you get some gigs instead of posting bs fanboi comments on this site. this entire post is advertising for traktor. i talked to native instruments about it.

    plus, ean is totally messing up this site! letting mediocre fame get to his head. first they forget Qbert is coming to the offices, and then they put a bs lockdown on comments, and the last couple posts have been strictly advertising! learn to dj then we can talk bro

  • DJPC4

    bro why dont you get some gigs instead of posting bs fanboi comments on this site. this entire post is advertising for traktor. i talked to native instruments about it.

    plus, ean is totally messing up this site! letting mediocre fame get to his head. first they forget Qbert is coming to the offices, and then they put a bs lockdown on comments, and the last couple posts have been strictly advertising! learn to dj then we can talk bro

  • http://www.djpc3.com DJ PC3

    Lol You’re pretty brave and can talk a lot of smack for someone who won’t even register or display your real name.

    And I am sure you and Native-Instruments had a great “conversation” about how this is advertisement; I bet they even told you how much they paid Ean and DJ TechTools for it. Confidentiality and corprate privacy agreements be damned. (I am being sarcastic)

    At least I have the balls to be a part of the community rather than a cancer to it. I’ve written 3 different columns on how to DJ for this site, all of which have gotten pretty high accolades from the community about how helpful they have been, so I am fairly certain I “know how to DJ.”

    As for getting Gigs, I work all across the country and even internationally. I have steady appearances at clubs locally in Chicago. So getting gigs isn’t a problem for me.

    If you want to see my track record or hear my mixes you can even go to my site (www.djpc3.com)

  • http://www.djpc3.com DJ PC3

    Lol You’re pretty brave and can talk a lot of smack for someone who won’t even register or display your real name.

    And I am sure you and Native-Instruments had a great “conversation” about how this is advertisement; I bet they even told you how much they paid Ean and DJ TechTools for it. Confidentiality and corprate privacy agreements be damned. (I am being sarcastic)

    At least I have the balls to be a part of the community rather than a cancer to it. I’ve written 3 different columns on how to DJ for this site, all of which have gotten pretty high accolades from the community about how helpful they have been, so I am fairly certain I “know how to DJ.”

    As for getting Gigs, I work all across the country and even internationally. I have steady appearances at clubs locally in Chicago. So getting gigs isn’t a problem for me.

    If you want to see my track record or hear my mixes you can even go to my site (www.djpc3.com)

  • Markyd212

    bs fanboi comments ???….when has it suddenly become wrong to like somthing ha…your pathetic lad.

    i liked the last few posts in particular cause its info on new products .. and im gonna assume you use serato because there was a post about the sl4 recently and the pioneer serato controller so i dont really see your point it widespead…tp2 is a big annoucement so should it not stand to reason it recieve big coverage ie. a few post’s ?

    but i suppose that makes me a “fanboi”…

    and if it was advertising ?.. i couldnt care less why ?

    1. its advertising about products im really interested in

    2. income, it takes money to run a site and a business so if it helps keep the site running im happy

    oh and one more point in relation to your “learn to dj point”, were all learning.. thats one of the reasons were on this site is it not ?

    ….ha instead of hating..using your own words you could go get some gigs but with your attitude thats a bit of a fools errand

  • Markyd212

    bs fanboi comments ???….when has it suddenly become wrong to like somthing ha…your pathetic lad.

    i liked the last few posts in particular cause its info on new products .. and im gonna assume you use serato because there was a post about the sl4 recently and the pioneer serato controller so i dont really see your point it widespead…tp2 is a big annoucement so should it not stand to reason it recieve big coverage ie. a few post’s ?

    but i suppose that makes me a “fanboi”…

    and if it was advertising ?.. i couldnt care less why ?

    1. its advertising about products im really interested in

    2. income, it takes money to run a site and a business so if it helps keep the site running im happy

    oh and one more point in relation to your “learn to dj point”, were all learning.. thats one of the reasons were on this site is it not ?

    ….ha instead of hating..using your own words you could go get some gigs but with your attitude thats a bit of a fools errand

  • Mr. Deedles

    It’s Ean’s site to do as he wishes. No one is forcing you to come here. You are free to start your own site and have whatever content you would like on it. I’m sure you will get 10′s of visitors!!!

  • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

    Guess you’re a Serato fanboi ey? :)

  • http://djfdrk.blogspot.com FDRK

    Guess you’re a Serato fanboi ey? :)

  • http://djgirish.com DJ Girish

    Keep your head up DJPC3. I heard you spinning in Chicago last time. You had a great set and a wonderful mix. And yea, thanks for you hip-hop mixing tutorial on djtechtools – the community needed a tutorial like that. you were right non time. Much respect to you bro.