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Sujet Using M-Audio Xponent with Virtual DJ
I've been using VDJ for a while and it is indeed a powerful application.
Currently, I'm awaiting for my Xponent to arrive (if it ever arrives..) but I have heard quite a lot about the Torq software. If I use a full version of VDJ, will I be able to make full use of the Xponent in VDJ?
Will it be as compatible as with the Torq software?
I have a license for my Hercules Console, its the DJC 4.x Edition and its perfectly capable, will the Xponent communicate with VDJ in the same way?
Posté Thu 02 Sep 10 @ 7:18 pm
If you wish to use the Xponent, you will need to upgrade to the full VirtualDJ Professional - http://www.virtualdj.com/buy/index.html - Providing it has not already been used, you should be able to get a discount for owning the DJ Console Edition. Simply enter the DJ Console Edition serial number in the box provided on the upgrade page above.
You can download the free trial of VirtualDJ Pro from http://www.virtualdj.com/download/trial.html
Posté Fri 03 Sep 10 @ 7:08 am
In terms of functionality, what is it to say there?
Indeed I will have to purchase a full version but there are no discussion in that topic hence question is more specified down to the functionality of the device with the application.
Posté Fri 03 Sep 10 @ 12:37 pm
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Posté Thu 09 Sep 10 @ 12:24 pm
The mapping couldnt be easier and with the right skin (scratch version) they work in total harmony, speaking of wich I do harmonic mixing in key and its as easy as cake with the software compared to others.
Posté Wed 22 Sep 10 @ 3:36 am
Posté Wed 10 Aug 16 @ 7:12 am
mmvellvet wrote :
does anyone know where can I purchase the torq software
Use Google, find the M Audio Torq web page, read info about Torq there.
mmvellvet wrote :
does it work with virtualdj?
Go to the wiki page here (under support/help), click on the 'supported controllers' link and see if the Xponent is there.
Alternatively, download VDJ, plug in the Xponent. Is it recognised by VDJ?
Posté Wed 10 Aug 16 @ 8:53 am