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Native Instruments release free update for Traktor
The new update - version 1.2 is available to download from the Native Instruments website.
The update is available for all users of the latest generation of Traktor, and includes upgrades for Traktor Scratch Pro and Traktor Pro.
The update features three new FX (including a beat slicer, formant filter and a peak filter) plus two additional FX units.
General enhancements including improved time-stretching and display support are also included within this free update.
Traktor Pro is an already highly praised piece of DJ software with a world-class effects suite and fantastic sync capabilities.
With this new update adding even more depth to this software, and allowing DJs to become even more creative, this is music software that no DJ can ignore.
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Posted on 8 Oct 2009 17:35 to category : Music News
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