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[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?

Shªun_N

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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.

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Thanks,

But how do you get flux to work when looping? I can't get it to work.

Do you have your own mapping?

Shªun_N 0 votes
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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

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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...

Shªun_N 0 votes
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Flux mode is not slip mode, it's Native Instruments' own take on the feature.

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