Many people have been having issues with loading in new tsi files which has been causing a few problems in their traktor settings. I have decided to upload a free tutorial on the different methods one can use in both the import and export operations within Traktor.
Apr 02, 2012 Ean's going through the Traktor Preferences window and taking us on a tour of what the most critical, need-to-know settings are for anyone DJing with Traktor Pro 2. Read more DJing and Traktor. TRAKTOR DJ 2 was built for iPad and desktop, which means however you like to get down, you can spin your tracks with the full version of the app. TRAKTOR DJ 2 for iOS is available on the App Store, and you can get the desktop version via our site. Reboot TRAKTOR PRO 2.reboot TRAKTOR PRO 2. Now, all the settings are completed. CCCCAUTIONSAUTIONSAUTIONS First, turn on the power of DDJ-WeGO2. Then, run the Traktor PRO2 software. If you launch them in reverse order, Tracktor PRO 2 may not be controlled by DDJ-WeGO2 or no sound may be output. Native Instruments “TRAKTOR PRO 2” DJ software. TRAKTOR PRO 2 can be controlled from this unit by importing this file. A computer on which TRAKTOR PRO 2 is installed is required. Not all functions of TRAKTOR PRO 2 are supported. Users should make their own settings as necessary.
Before you go messing with your settings, always save your current settings, the first part of the video shows you how to do this. Free download voice auto tune. It is wise to label your saved presets with a name and a date so you can quickly see which save is which.
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You’re heading out to a house party where your friend is taking his laptop to DJ off. You want to play too, but you don’t want the added responsibility of taking your own laptop as you don’t want to keep checking on and you just want to unwind and relax. What can you do?
No problem, all you need is a USB Stick large enough to hold the set that you intend to play. Once you have exported your set list to your USB stick, you can pop that in your pocket and you still have 2 free arms to carry your beers, or to throw around all those ladies that are going to be surrounding you once you’ve played your set!
It’s a very simple process, which starts with you first making a playlist.
You should now have the playlist saved to the folder on your hard drive. All you have to do now is drag that folder to the USB stick and hey presto you now have a copy of your set, complete with tracks and any cue-points you may already have on each of those tracks.
Once you turn up at the party, plug in your usb stick and within Traktor navigate to the USB stick – Now all you have to do is play a blinding set that impresses all your pals and away you go. You can get to work on those beers you brought with you and you can leave your friend to worry about the laptop and all the other DJ equipment. Hopefully now you are able to easily export music to USB Stick in Traktor.
This is also a great exercise to perform when DJ’ing in a club too. Even if you have your computer with you, it is just one extra back up for your set. If your computer crashes or something happens to it on the way to the gig, you at least have your set with you. Then you can either use someone elses computer to DJ off of, or to burn the tracks to CD and play a CDJ set. (Yes, you should learn how to use CDJ’s)
Let us know how hard you rocked after turning up with a USB stick to your latest house party. You can even instragram your great time and tag the picture with #Traktortips to appear on the Gallery. If you have any other tips to share let us know in the forum.
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