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Native Instruments today announced the TRAKTOR Tutorial DVD, a new multimedia workshop that enables DJs to get the most out of Native Instruments' acclaimed TRAKTOR 3 DJ software. With a comprehensive video tutorial, artist interviews and special workshop content on the disc, the DVD allows TRAKTOR users of all experience levels to get to the heart of the software and utilize its advanced creative capabilities to the fullest extent.
The extensive interactive workshop on the TRAKTOR Tutorial DVD includes more than three hours of high-resolution video, and is hosted by professional DJs and TRAKTOR experts Chris Liebing and Kabuki. All aspects of TRAKTOR techniques and general workflow are covered in eight major chapters, including cueing, looping and effects, performance controller setup and much more. The comprehensive playlist and track preparation features are also thoroughly explained. The Tutorial DVD even covers advanced DJing and remixing techniques using up to four decks at once.
All music tracks that are used in the tutorial examples are also included fully licensed on the DVD with complete cue point information, allowing users to closely follow and replicate the lessons within TRAKTOR 3 itself. Additionally, the TRAKTOR Tutorial DVD contains the "Essential Guide to Playlists" in PDF format, providing an in-depth exploration of playlist creation and management aspects with detailed tips and tricks from expert TRAKTOR users.
The TRAKTOR Tutorial DVD will be available in June 2007 for a suggested retail price of $44 / 39 Euro from authorized dealers and in the NI Online Shop.