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Traktor Kontrol X1 hands-on, fists pumped

CNET's Donald Bell gives his first impressions on Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol X1 USB interface for DJs.

By February 24, 2010

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Hands-on with Traktor Kontrol X1 (photos)

Take a hands-on look at the Traktor Kontrol X1, a USB DJ software controller from Native Instruments.

8 Images February 23, 2010

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Traktor Kontrol X1 gives DJs knobs o' plenty

Native Instruments unveils its latest computer audio hardware controller, the Kontrol X1, designed to complement its popular Traktor DJ software.

By November 3, 2009

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Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol X1 -- photos

Take a closer look at the Traktor Kontrol X1, a DJ USB controller made by Native Instruments.

8 Images By November 3, 2009

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Traktor Duo: PC based DJing gets cheaper

PC DJing is now a little more affordable with the launch of the Traktor Duo, a relatively low-cost way for bedroom DJs to hone their skills at the virtual decks and help Pete Tong finally retire

By May 14, 2009

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Photos: Traktor Scratch with Audio 8 DJ

What the Scratch system adds is a very high-end sound card that enables multiple audio inputs, via which you can connect either vinyl or CD decks.

By June 10, 2008

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Photos: Traktor Scratch with Audio 8 DJ

If you're a DJ, or fancy becoming one, Traktor Scratch lets you make the most of your digital music collection, without having to go and spend a pile of money on clunky records or CDs

By June 10, 2008

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Native Instruments Traktor 3.3: DJ like a pro

If you've always harboured a sneaking suspicion that you're the next big name in DJing, you should have a go on Traktor DJ Studio and prove to the world how right you are

By March 27, 2008

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Popular iOS apps go free ahead of App Store's 5th anniversary

Several titles, including Infinity Blade II, Tiny Wings, and Traktor DJ, are now available for free in Apple's marketplace.

By July 8, 2013

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Free iOS apps during App Store anniversary

Some popular iTunes apps and games are free, Garmin's new device projects directions onto the windshield, and an upcoming Nokia Windows Phone will pack a 41-megapixel camera.

By July 8, 2013