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Old 02-02-2008, 03:17 AM
djmendoja djmendoja is offline
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Default Vari-fi could make a small adjustment for a huge improvement

This is a very good plug-in but it needs to have an adjustable brake speed- Serato scratch has the feature i'm talking about, but they don't support re-wire and regardless that would be a major hassle. This feature may not seem like that big of a deal but for dj's like myself using protools this feature is essential. I'm not a programer but this seems like something that could be fixed fairly easily by digi's guys.

Please Digi, add the adjustable brake speed too Vari-Fi.
(it will end up becoming the essential plug for dj's- I can't express how important that effect is in modern urban music)
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