Author Archives: Traxus

Traxus Scratch Live Update: File Navigation Page

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

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iPad Style ASCII Keyboard for Lemur

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

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Traxus Scratch Live: Control Serato Scratch Live Platters, Looping, and EFX with Lemur.

(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

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NewD Media @ DEMF 2010: Projection Map of the Day.

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

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Serato Scratch Live & Lemur: Platter, EFX & Looping Control

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

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Something awesome is near.

And it is riding in at full speed on a Lemur.

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Jamie Jones – Frequencies

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

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Finally! Ergonomic mass comment tagging for itunes (no overwriting of previous comment data)

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

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1024 Squares Installation

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.

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Steve Bug – This Is Acid

And now for a track that has been sitting in my WordPress draft pile for months… Steve Bug hits us with a classic acid squeaker ‘This is Acid’ that bridges the gap between Brett Johnson/DJ Heather’s Everything’s Electric and John … Continue reading

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