• http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=748005116 Zeek DrSuds

    Pretty sick, I want.

  • MP

    WHY TRAKTOR DOES NOT HAVE VST? 

    Please anybody. Explain me why? 

    Seriously. 2011 no VST support in main DJ Software on the planet?
    WHY!?

  • Ruczajdj

    “The price (…) is also very fair”
    No, it’s not. Nice but overpriced effect, it’s one trick pony – somethong like NI Finger.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/gyasis Gyasi Sutton

    This could be a great solution with the Midi Fighter Pro as a custom effects box…

  • Enhancd Reality

    Sounds like when you guys do a product review for something like this, that is good but a little too expensive, you should try to organise some special promotion pricing for DJTechTools readers at the same time. You have a big reader base so i’m sure it wouldn’t be too difficult to persuade them to discount it considering the extra marketing they get out of it

  • Bodyrockmusic

    You should post an easy to find like to their website in the article at the top, bottom, or both.

    • Bodyrockmusic

      I meant LINK not like…. silly me

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Josh-Hashimoto/1219571799 Josh Hashimoto

    would the novation nocturn controller be a suitable choice for this VST?

  • http://www.facebook.com/stig.fostervold Stig Fostervold

    It does seem tempting. Not that I’m not getting my needs for live-mangling elsewhere, but more wants even more.

    The design is simple, and the Dictator-mode seems really interesting. I am going to have to try the demo for this one.

    What I really got interested in trying, is mapping the Dictator-mode to a line, or two, in the User Mode 2 of the Novation Launchpad. Jumping from point to point instead of, no matter how quickly, sliding through all in between, could be a lot of fun.
    I should think you could do the same thing to just about anything, for example the Midi Fighter (I hope/plan to buy my first soon), but in my case I rarely use the User Mode 2, and it would be a shame to map something I won’t use too much to something that would really stand out and seem left alone during the rest of the shows.

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

    One other thing that should be mentioned is that the main interface looks like it’s optimized for the APC40 effects bank.

    Also I see on the website that there is a 30 day trial. Let’s give this baby a try :)

  • Produce Destroy

    This plugin saves SOOOO much time for producing edits now <3

  • http://profiles.google.com/thejordand Jordan Smith

    Best feature: The Dictator.

  • http://www.facebook.com/xdubbaxbubbax Stephen Dub Bub Almada

    pretty neat, seems like sugarbytes is trying to keep up with NI on the VST builds. the finger and the mouth are kinda the same idea / concept. easy to use, and alot of fun. I might have to check this out more, rewire it through ableton for traktor.

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

    This looks great although overpriced.
    The video tuts on the product page show this to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It’s actually quite powerful and very editable.

    Maybe they’ll have a “sale” at some point  :)

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

    This looks great although overpriced.
    The video tuts on the product page show this to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It’s actually quite powerful and very editable.

    Maybe they’ll have a “sale” at some point  :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/nukage9000 Thomas Myruski

    ” If you’re working with a closed box solution like Traktor or Scratch Live and use an external mixer with a send/return loop, you can also give Turnado a try in standalone mode. ”
    I’d love to see a tutorial on this

  • http://www.facebook.com/nukage9000 Thomas Myruski

    ” If you’re working with a closed box solution like Traktor or Scratch Live and use an external mixer with a send/return loop, you can also give Turnado a try in standalone mode. ”
    I’d love to see a tutorial on this

    • http://www.facebook.com/brice.sarver Brice Sarver

      You mean like how you’d set this up?  You’d have to have an (additional, if not multichannel) audio interface that can take a signal via an input and pipe it out through another channel.

      Say I’m use a DJM-800.  I’d hook up my send/return as I would any external effector (think EFX-1000 or a Kaoss Pad), except that the connections go to a soundcard.  When I wanted to route the effects to the track(s) playing, I’d set the FX bank to send/return, turn it on, and make sure that the effects were running on the computer.  There may be a way to send a MIDI signal to active the effects the same time that the button is pressed; not sure if the effects on/off (i.e., the large button at the bottom of the bank) is MIDI-mappable.  The sound input would be set as the audio interface, and the output would be set as an output channel on the interface.

      Alternatively, you could take your mixer output, run it to your soundcard, have the effects process this, and then have the “new” output be an output on your external soundcard.

      Is this what you meant?  If not, sorry.  Let me know if you need any clarification.

      • Jordan Morenstein

        Hey, that seems very helpful and I appreciate you responding to that question cause I myself would like to take advantage of this software with my send/return on my xone 42.

        I also have an audio 8 but I am not quite clear on how exactly to do it… I rout my send to the input of the a8 and then use an output back to the return on my mixer?

        Thanks again for your help, greatly appreciated

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jauhn-Schneck/100001563231254 Jauhn Schneck

    yea this looks like a good VST but I fully agree the price tag is a little steep, great review Chris. Sadly I will not be getting this, but will keep it in mind.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jauhn-Schneck/100001563231254 Jauhn Schneck

    yea this looks like a good VST but I fully agree the price tag is a little steep, great review Chris. Sadly I will not be getting this, but will keep it in mind.