Author Archives: Traxus
Following user requests, I’ve added a file navigation and deck control page to Traxus Scratch Live, including a keyboard for search, nav arrows, and Deck Loading controls. Hopefully, Serato will allow us to midi map the search box in the … Continue reading
I’ve whipped up a quick ASCII keyboard module for the Lemur. It mimics the iPad Keyboard (minus the third page of characters). It runs at about 10% of the total allowable byte space which is much heavier than I’d like … Continue reading
(Purchase of Traxus Scratch Live has been disabled until we can sort out the quirks with Lemur 5) Available immediately for purchase through paypal for $9.99 US. Your personalized template and serato mapping xml file will be emailed to the … Continue reading
A quick compilation from our friends over at NewD Media and their VJ setup at the DEMF 2010 underground stage. NewD Media Presents – CITY of SOLITUDE Projection Mapping @ Movement Detroit 2010 from NewD Media / Vger the VJ … Continue reading
Here is a quick video of the Lemur template I’ve been working on. It is, as far as I know, the first *true* touch screen platter controller for Serato Scracth Live. Recent updates in the Lemur software allow us to … Continue reading
And it is riding in at full speed on a Lemur.
Good God may I have my face back now? Here is but one from a slew of heaters Jamie Jones released on his lateset LP Tracks from the Crypt. It’s quite rare that I’m able to appreciate even one track … Continue reading
Digital DJs, obsessive compulsive library organization fanatics and iTunes users who give enough of a shit to make smart playlists, fall to your knees and direct your google link juice to Steve Jobs programmer Steve MacGuire for his Itunes Keywords … Continue reading
Just another step towards singularity (in the sense of a musician and visuals artist merging). I imagine there is a day not to far in the future where acoustic designers regularly write algorithms for display and sound playback simultaneously.