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Behringer favour Traktor 3 for their Midi
controller and add Mac support.
This Midi controller integrates seamlessly Traktor LE software (included), has touch-sensitive scratch platters, but no soundcard.
Traktor DJ Studio 3 has four virtual decks, integrates with Stanton FinalScratch2 and has modelled A&H filters and EQ on mixers including the A&H Xone:92. Seriously advanced!
Possibly the most expensive MIDI controller on the market, but aimed squarely at Ableton Live and Traktor DJ Studio users. Comes with a handy mixer...
New Midi-only controller from Allen&Heath loose the soundcard for affordable strap-on excitement.
A new DVD from Native Instruments helps to unlock the power of Traktor.
NI release a new virtual vinyl system called Traktor Scratch, which has a fancy new interface which is also available independantly.
Stanton announce a price drop for FinalScratch 2 in Feb/March, along with a new concept which bring the ScratchAmp to the masses at a discount too.
A&H hacked off the Midi portion of the expensive Xone:3D, so anyone can benefit from the Midi control, soundcard and audio/Midi synchronizer.