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Topic: Native Instruments Traktor S4 MK3 Support - Page: 1
My concern is that I will be not able to use it on my next live events (March 1st and 2nd). I imagine that the most difficult parts to program are motorized jogs and haptic feedback but still - I would be willing to not use those features with all other functions working properly and get them to work in some future mapping updates a few weeks/a month later for example.
Is there a specific date to include this controller in an update near future?
Posted Tue 15 Jan 19 @ 11:15 pm
Mapping files (requires Pro license) : http://www.virtualdj.com/plugins/index.html?addonid=80980
- Screens not working
- Haptic (Motor) Wheel mode not working
- Faders not reporting their positions on start up. To get their positions, move any fader after statup
A quick Operation Guide will be available soon
Posted Sat 23 Feb 19 @ 11:40 am[ selected best answer by djdad on Sat 23 Feb 19 @ 11:40 am ]
Posted Sat 26 Jan 19 @ 12:59 am
Posted Sat 26 Jan 19 @ 6:34 am
You make it sound as if it's Atomix's fault that your new purchase is not supported - actually it's yours, for buying a controller that's new to market and not officially supported.
Posted Sat 26 Jan 19 @ 8:02 am
It would be great if anyone who does mappings for VDJ would share an unofficial mapping that covers all the basics (eq, filters, unmotorized jogs, hotcues, fx, browsing) without the new stuff like screens, haptic feedback, motorized jogs, 4 fx select function, sampler pattern record...
Just a basic mapping - I can live without all those features - I would do it myself if I knew how. I'm guessing that it would not be that hard since S2 MK3 is already mapped and officialy supported - so, why not S4 MK3?
Posted Sat 26 Jan 19 @ 7:33 pm
as it is believed does not mean anything that the s2 is already ready
the s4 is very different in many features just have a little patience
Posted Sat 26 Jan 19 @ 10:54 pm
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Posted Fri 01 Feb 19 @ 4:51 am
and after the mapper without this you can create a mapper
Posted Fri 01 Feb 19 @ 5:36 pm
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Posted Fri 01 Feb 19 @ 7:34 pm
The link can help you understand how to do it
Posted Fri 01 Feb 19 @ 8:21 pm
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Posted Sat 02 Feb 19 @ 1:34 am
djxhalx wrote :
Is there anyone that could make that kind of file for me?
Not really, you need the gear in front of you to write a def file.
Posted Sat 02 Feb 19 @ 7:04 am
Posted Fri 08 Feb 19 @ 8:29 am
If the controller is not listed, then it is not currently natively supported. It might be natively supported in a future version of VirtualDJ, providing that there is sufficient demand and/or we have a sample unit from the manufacturer. Please note that it is not possible to tell you when or if a particular controller will be supported. Details of future updates to VirtualDJ and release dates are not publicly disclosed to avoid disappointment should it not be possible to include a controller/new feature and/or meet a deadline for any reason.
Posted Fri 08 Feb 19 @ 8:50 am
Posted Thu 14 Feb 19 @ 12:19 am