Feb 21, 2013
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Traktor DJ for iPad brings real DJ tools to the masses (hands-on)
Native Instruments’ Traktor has long been one of the most popular DJ systems in the world, but it’s always been fairly expensive and somewhat challenging to use. That’s all changing today with the release of Traktor DJ for iPad, a $19.99 app that turns Apple’s tablet into a fairly complete DJ interface that’s extremely fun to play with — and powerful enough to actually do some real mixing in.

Traktor DJ for iPad brings real DJ tools to the masses (hands-on)

Native Instruments’ Traktor has long been one of the most popular DJ systems in the world, but it’s always been fairly expensive and somewhat challenging to use. That’s all changing today with the release of Traktor DJ for iPad, a $19.99 app that turns Apple’s tablet into a fairly complete DJ interface that’s extremely fun to play with — and powerful enough to actually do some real mixing in.

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    Not sure on what my thoughts about this are. Maybe for a bit of fun but I think if you want to be a proper DJ you at...
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