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djm midi control for traktor scratch pro 2

hi, i just want to ask, why traktor will not recognise my djm2000 as a controller- ive done everything, downloaded the tsi file, updated to the latest firmware version, switched on the midi everything! and i still cant get it to work, i also have a pair of cdj2000 hooked up and that works fine, could the signals be intercepting eachother? also theres a midi out port, do i need to use that? please heelp! i see all the videos on youtube plug straight in and works- why oh why meeeeeee!

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@no1 > Where did you get the TSI for the DJM2000?  Pioneer doesn't provide one... it's not as simple as "plug and play"; you need to configure the MIDI mappings (if you aren't already using a DJM2000-mapped TSI file that you imported properly).

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so i take it no answer in as many days, means i've done everything right and there must be a fault with the djm itself?

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No, it just means I've been busy and haven't had the opportunity to address your issue further.

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Hey pulse, thanks for your reply- i sorted it out earlier today as it happens- everything working great, endless posibilities :D

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The problem with the alonso.tsi file is that the "in and out" ports for the midi controller(traktor settings> controller manager) are still mapped to the original djm that was used in creating the file, so i changed the "in and out" port to my own djm(traktor settings> controller manager> click down menu for "in port"> select djm2000) repeat same procedure for "out port" and select none. Easy solution--was a simple problem in the end-- always knew i could trust pioneer hehe (o_x)

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Ah yes, the MIDI ports.  Those will vary from USB port to USB port, even on identical machines they may have different numbers.  Thanks for reporting back!

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witam. jestem zainteresowany kupnem miksera pioneer djm t1. nikt nie jest w stanie dokładnie potwierdzić lub zaprzeczyć czy w momęcie kiedy gram ze zwykłego winyla ( nie tego traktorowego) dzwięk jest tak przetwarzany przez mikser i program ze będa działały efekty, czy tylko suwaki i EQ.????

dzięki i pozdr.

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@Marcus > The DJM-T1 can play normal vinyl as well as timecode.  The non-timecode CAN be routed through the mixer so as to use the audio effects of the software, but obviously there would be no hotcues or looping.

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kiedy zmieniam timecode na non-timecode musze jeszcze zmieniać jakieś ustawienia w mikser lub traktor ???

 

dzięki za pomoc :)

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