I'm a little confused by this, but i imagine it's a traktor issue not a Pio one. If I set a loop on my nexus using HID with flux engaged nothing's different, but if I use a push encoder mapped to loops on my DB4 I get proper slip loop rolls. Not that bothered, I only plugged them in to test. Not planning on using traktor in the long term.
[SOLVED] TP 2.6 Flux/Slip mode, how to?
Using CDJs as controllers, when Flux mode is activated, it only works for scratching/backspinning.
I want this to work exactly like Slip mode but it doesn't.
Flux doesn't work when I have a loop going - it doesn't continue the track where is should, it just plays from the end of the loop.
Anyone know how to get this working properly?
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I made a quick youtube demo with loops if you're interested.
But how do you get flux to work when looping? I can't get it to work.
Do you have your own mapping?
I'm not entirely sure how the mapping works, but if you have a push encoder mapped to loops (like the S4 or X1 standard mappings) then it works as a loop roll. I have one mapped on my DB4
I'm using CDJs. Would've thought looping with flux activated would put it into "Slip" mode...
Kinda misleading and not able to use the feature to it's full potential...
Flux mode is not slip mode, it's Native Instruments' own take on the feature.