Tested with Traktor 2.6.5 on Windows 7 x64 Ultimate:
Go to Traktor's preferences and check "Analyze news imported tracks".
Then in Traktor's browsing window, go the folder you want to analyze and right-click "Import to Collection". It will analyze all tracks contained in this folder including its subfolders (and recursively):
If anyone knows how to ...
You can double click the pitch fader to reset it to 0.
You can also assign the pitch fader reset action to a key in your keyboard or a control surface.
1) Preferences -> Control Manager -> Add in... -> Tempo -> Tempo Fader
2) Select the new created controller, and in interaction mode select "reset". In assignment select which deck you want to tempo fader ...
Install CDJ drivers (and ideally update firmware): http://pioneerdj.com/english/products/player/cdj-2000nexus.html
Connect the 2 CDJ 2000 through USB to your computer
Start Traktor and configure as follow (tested with Traktor 2.6.3 and Traktor 2.6.5 with Windows 7 x64 Ultimate):
Not necessary (it should be automatically well configured), but ...
Just change the input switch of the mixer to "phono" whenever you want to play a proper vinyl, then change it back to "line" to play the files.
Obviously you can't use the software functions on the old school vinyl (effects, cue points, loops...), you have to stick to the hardware in your setup for beatmatching, effecting and so on, but it's still fun....
If your interface can accept the cable from your turntable (or you have an adaptor) then yes. External audio signals can be Live Input in Traktor.
I hope this is helpful. I have Komplete Kontrol and Maschine but have not used Traktor much.
I’m not a DJ but I suspect the advantages of midi in general would still apply.
Unlike most other popular formats like wav mp3 midi is not really a recording of sounds. It is rather a record of instructions to be interpreted by a device.
As such software as devices are not obligated to simply play back the contents of the files. The attack, decay, pitch, ...
yes it is possible. but first, it's OS specific method. To achieve that, generally, you need to make the traktor outputing a midi clock and captured by ableton later.
in traktor it should be like this:
Go to TRAKTOR's Preferences > MIDI Clock menu.
Under MIDI Clock Settings, check the box Send MIDI Clock.
and ableton should capture that clock(with/without ...
I learned from this video that these green cue points are actually saved loops.
Just as you can save a cue point at your current position by selecting an empty cue slot, you can also save your current loop (i.e. the green region created with either fixed-length loop options or custom loop IN / OUT functions) by selecting an empty cue slot while the loops is ...
In a TRAKTOR Remix Deck also each individual Sample Cell is either in Synced or Unsynced mode.
To change a Sample Cell to Synced mode, first make the Remix Deck appear in its Advanced Deck Layout, which can be achieved by double-clicking on the upper border of the deck and cycling through its layout modes, or alternatively in the settings menus.
I'm quite sure that's a bug, and one that NI fixed a while ago. I haven't had that issue in years
Your version of Traktor is 6 years old. Traktor 3, a major version upgrade, was released in 2018. I would recommend upgrading--3 is a huge improvement
I wouldn't even want to file a bug report on it because that's just less developer time that can be spent on ...
first i put a folder or prep. list into the browser header then i analyse the tracks when they are in my preperation list or any folder by marking all tracks then rightclick analyse special and set up what i need. then enable the analyse lock by rightclick on marked files, you have to run in full or advanced decklayout to see this function
I can't post this as a comment yet, so it'll have to be an answer. Usually this happens when the audio signal is screwed up somehow coming from the table. Set Traktor to scope view and see what the signal looks like. Check the settings in the audio 6 control panel- is direct monitoring on? Are the line input sensitivities set properly? Did you try rebooting ...
Alas, this is no longer the answer as Traktor changed its menus! To reset tempo back to 0 with a button, I had to go into Add In>Deck Common>Tempo Adjust. NEXT, I had to assign a midi key. Without this, I couldn't do the next step, change the Type of Controller to BUTTON. Then, Set to value = 0.
Native Instruments (creator of Traktor) provides a multicore cable in order to connect turntables correctly to the mixer so that the system can work properly in DVS or Analogeu mode. DVS mode is always set to line so just use the Line feed in the Mixers for DVS or Phono for analogue sound on the fly.
Multicore cables are not needed to achieve this but ...