Native Instruments has released Traktor DJ 1.5. It’s not a big upgrade to the core software, but via the new in-app purchase model, you can now buy cool new features, the first of which is SuperSlicer. Imagine a slice broken into three layers, and being able to apply an effect to each. That’s SuperSlicer.
NI has made its already tiny Traktor Audio 2 interface smaller, and at the same time iOS friendly. Mark Settle falls in love with this pocket rocket.
Traktor DJ 1.4 brings Mixcloud integration and new “free” and “unlockable” effects. Are in-app purchases ahoy?
Traktor DJ gets the iOS7 thumbs up, but the new S2 and S4 get the iOS7 thumbs down, for now.
Native Instruments have updated their Traktor Kontrol S2 and Kontrol S4 to incorporate the new Traktor Pro and Traktor DJ features.
This new Traktor DJ cable promises to … umm… split stereo audio into mono channels. But it’s got a Traktor logo on it. YAY!
NI giving stuff away? Hell yes, and for those of you who have been hovering around the Traktor DJ buy button, it’s free. Now. Get it.
We got the Traktor Kontrol Z1 in the post today, and of course the only thing to do is take pictures. You asked for an unboxing, and here it is.
First there was Traktor Pro for desktops, then came Traktor DJ for iPad. But finally the pocket-sized experience has arrived. Traktor DJ for iPhone is here.
Shiftee on an iPad? Well he is a DJ after all. Watch him busk his way around Berlin using nothing but Traktor DJ.