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Traktor

Traktor DJ Studio is a powerful and versatile software solution for professional DJ mixing, live remixing, and mix recording using tracks in MP3, WAV, AIFF and CDDA format. It exceeds the possibilities of traditional DJ equipment by implementing a vast range of mixing features that only software can provide. This includes graphic waveform displays, tempo recognition and automatic synchronization, up to 10 cue points and 10 tempo-precise loops per track, and a track database with an ultra-fast search function.

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  •  10 Oct 2003 17:32

    Release Notes: Thsi release includes around 15 new and improved features, including an optimized and even more intuitive control surface, an additional waveform display per deck for previewing the entire track, synchronization with other music applications like REAKTOR via OSC and MIDI clock, full compatibility with the FINAL SCRATCH database, new record cases, seamless looping, extended ID 3 tags, an improved auto-gain function, and more.

    •  25 Jun 2003 09:24

      Release Notes: New functions and enhancements were added, including automatic importing for iTunes playlists and libraries, Core Audio multi-device support, drag and drop from external folders, the saving of loops, cue-points and beat grids in the MP3 tag, and much more. A number of optimizations and improvements were also made for smoother performance.

      •  12 Jun 2003 04:57

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        16 Jul 2003 05:46 jamespo

        Re: why is this listed on freshmeat?

        >
        > Not Traktor by itself but I did (google
        > my name + Linux) and... you
        > never know...
        >
        > Andi
        >


        Well, I apologize for my initial hostile tone. Traktor is a very nice piece of software as well.

        18 Jun 2003 04:15 aroedl

        Re: why is this listed on freshmeat?

        >
        > %
        > % % Some proprietary closed source
        > % software
        > % % for a proprietary closed source OS?
        >
        > %
        > % %
        > % % What next, MS Office?
        > % %
        > %
        > %
        > % Because:
        > % http://freshmeat.net/faq/view/39/
        > %
        > % And (currently) 421 other reasons:
        > %
        > http://freshmeat.net/browse/818/?topic_ide=818
        >
        >
        > Fair enough, have traktor ever
        > contributed anything to open source
        > development, out of interest?
        >


        Not Traktor by itself but I did (<a
        href="http://www.google.com/search?q=Andreas+Roedl+Linux"
        target="_blank">google my name + Linux) and... you
        never know...


        Andi

        18 Jun 2003 03:38 jamespo

        Re: why is this listed on freshmeat?

        >
        > % Some proprietary closed source
        > software
        > % for a proprietary closed source OS?
        >
        > %
        > % What next, MS Office?
        > %
        >
        >
        > Because:
        > http://freshmeat.net/faq/view/39/
        >
        >
        > And (currently) 421 other reasons:
        >
        > http://freshmeat.net/browse/818/?topic_ide=818
        >
        >
        >
        > Andi
        >


        Fair enough, have traktor ever contributed anything to open source development, out of interest?

        12 Jun 2003 04:27 aroedl

        Re: why is this listed on freshmeat?

        > Some proprietary closed source software
        > for a proprietary closed source OS?
        >
        > What next, MS Office?
        >


        Because:

        <a href="http://freshmeat.net/faq/view/39/"
        target="_blank">http://freshmeat.net/faq/view/39/


        And (currently) 421 other reasons:

        <a href="http://freshmeat.net/browse/818/?topic_id=818"
        target="_blank">http://freshmeat.net/browse/818/?topic_ide=818




        Andi

        12 Jun 2003 04:01 jamespo

        why is this listed on freshmeat?
        Some proprietary closed source software for a proprietary closed source OS?

        What next, MS Office?

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