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How to Use Native Instruments Traktor Scratch Pro for Professional DJing


If you are looking for a premium digital vinyl system that allows you to spin and manipulate your digital track collection up to 4 decks with vinyl and CD control, you might want to check out Native Instruments Traktor Scratch Pro. This software is the result of over a decade of DJ software development, building on a vast knowledge of what pro DJs need[^1^]. In this article, we will show you how to use Traktor Scratch Pro for professional DJing.


What You Need


To use Traktor Scratch Pro, you will need the following equipment:


A computer with Windows or Mac OS X operating system and at least 4 GB of RAM.


A compatible audio interface that supports timecode signals, such as the Native Instruments Traktor Audio 6 or 10.


Two turntables or CD players that can play timecode vinyl or CDs.


Two pairs of timecode vinyl or CDs that come with Traktor Scratch Pro.


A mixer that can connect to your audio interface and your turntables or CD players.


A pair of headphones and speakers for monitoring and playback.


How to Set Up


Follow these steps to set up your Traktor Scratch Pro system:


Install the Traktor Scratch Pro software on your computer and activate it with your license key.


Connect your audio interface to your computer via USB and install the drivers if needed.


Connect your turntables or CD players to the inputs of your audio interface using RCA cables.


Connect your mixer to the outputs of your audio interface using RCA cables.


Connect your headphones and speakers to your mixer using the appropriate jacks.


Launch the Traktor Scratch Pro software and open the Preferences window.


Select Audio Setup and choose your audio interface as the Audio Device.


Select Output Routing and assign the outputs of your audio interface to the corresponding decks in Traktor Scratch Pro. For example, if you have connected Deck A to Output 1/2 and Deck B to Output 3/4, select Output 1/2 for Deck A Master and Output 3/4 for Deck B Master.


Select Input Routing and assign the inputs of your audio interface to the corresponding decks in Traktor Scratch Pro. For example, if you have connected Deck A to Input 1/2 and Deck B to Input 3/4, select Input 1/2 for Deck A Live Input and Input 3/4 for Deck B Live Input.


Select Timecode Setup and enable Timecode Control for each deck that you want to use with timecode vinyl or CDs. Choose the appropriate timecode format (Vinyl MK2 or CD MK2) and adjust the sensitivity and calibration settings if needed.


Close the Preferences window and load some tracks into the decks in Traktor Scratch Pro. You can use the browser panel on the left side of the screen to browse your music library and drag and drop tracks onto the decks.


How to Mix


Now that you have set up your Traktor Scratch Pro system, you can start mixing tracks using your turntables or CD players as controllers. Here are some basic tips on how to mix:


To play a track on a deck, press the play button on your turntable or CD player. You will hear the track through your speakers or headphones, depending on how you have set up your mixer.


To cue a track on a deck, press the cue button on your turntable or CD player. You will hear the track only through your headphones, not through your speakers. You can use the cue button to preview a track before playing it live.


To adjust the speed of a track on a deck, use the pitch fader on your turntable or CD player. You can also use the pitch bend buttons to nudge the track slightly faster or slower. You can use these controls to match the tempo of two tracks that you want to mix together.


To adjust the volume of a track on a deck, use the channel fader on your mixer. You can also use the crossfader on your mixer to a474f39169






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