Native Instruments II
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What is Native Instruments II?
The TRAKTOR PRO 2 is the flagship DJ software of Native-Instruments, made for both Windows and Macintosh systems. It is a DJ software that features various tools for DJing. It has several hall mark features: remix decks with up to four decks with truwave colored waveforms, looping, and cueing functionality; loop library creation with 64 slot sound loading from a hard drive or captured loops from a DJ set; iTunes integration for track searching; beat grid and sync feature for beat-match; frequency spectrum control using a built-in mixer for multiple EQ and filter types; a remix set from Beatprot and Whatpeopleplay.com; and tracks from popular artists.
In order to run the software, a minimum system requirement should at least be fulfilled. The software runs on both Mac and Windows; for Mac, Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, or 10.9 is required, and for Windows, Windows 7 or 8 is required. The processor is needed to be at least a dual core 2.0 GHz processor. The RAM should be at least 2 GB, and the screen resolution should be at least 1024x768. A USB 2.0 is also required, along with 1 GB of disc space and a high-speed internet setup.
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Last updated: : June 9, 2014