Today we're announcing a new DJTT contest in response to a great idea by a few of our readers - to see what fantastic types of MIDI mappings we can build that only require a single button to use. Any one with any controller that has buttons should be able to download the mapping and try it out right away! Learn how to make a single button mapping and hear how to enter in today's article.
DJ controllers come in all shapes, sizes, and colors along with different price tags that are backed by different companies. Epsilon is a lesser known brand to DJTT but today we got word of their colored release of their QUAD-MIX controller, which is now available in white. Along the same lines as our recent article regarding the Pioneer We-GO3, this controller is one that beginners and less experienced DJs might want to get their hands on. Read more about the QUAD-MIX from Epsilon and why it is a worthwhile investment for younger DJs.
Serato DJ comes out with another strong release today that provides new functionality like Flip mode, along with some older loved features missing from Scratch Live such as AM mode (hide your tracks) and Chronological cues. A new MIDI Map panel also promises to provide deeper control over the software for those who may wish to dive deeper into the realm of customization. The update is available now from serato.com/dj.
Have you ever looked at a MIDI controller mapping and thought "what is is this foreign language?" Many people don't even attempt to edit and customize mappings because they don't understand how the files work. In today's article, we give you the basics of understanding a mapping so you'll be able can read the file and understand what it does with ease.
Today we are going to demystify the popular Instant Gratification mapping, a one press = many effects concept that made big effects fills crazy easy. A while back I explained how to MIDI-map your own super-combos, but that was the gravy to the Gratification's mashed potatoes. Here we'll dive into the core concept of that mapping, which was intuitive, fun, and (most importantly) consistent-sounding. Read on to learn how to MIDI-map these button-friendly effects and also a sneaky trick to play a row of effect buttons musically.
Many Ableton Live users know there is a simple and easy MIDI mapping engine available for controlling synths and tracks with any control surface. Map, click, turn, and control! Super easy – but did you know many controllers have more advanced “Remote Scripts” that give them instant -and more importantly dynamic- control over Live’s devices? Related
Have you ever been inspired with an amazing idea of how to take your MIDI controller to the next level by making your own custom super DJ mapping only to find yourself confused, frustrated, and ultimately stumped when dealing with Traktor and its Controller Manager? Chances are, some of you got scared off before even attempting it. Today we’re going to break down the basics of Traktor mapping in a simple and easy-to-digest manner.
Audio Artery’s One DJ software (read our full review here) today launched a new version that brings major changes to the way MIDI mapping works in the software. The update brings the same level of customization available in the modular interface to the mapping controls, allowing for precise adjustment of elements like: the assignment resolution […]