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    How to record scratch in ableton?

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    Hi, I've been making hip hop beats on ableton. And I want to record my scratches on the beat(like dj premier). I have Mixtrack Pro 3. How can ı use my controller in ableton and record scratches? Is VST necessary? I searched for a vst, but ı couldnt find anything. Pls help.

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    Mixtrack Pro audio output to input on audio interface or soundcard, set-up new track in Ableton, press record, scratch...

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    Ableton always comes with a detailed user's manual unless if you bought it somewhere. In case it does not, you can experiment the thing. You can use the imagin line vst or deckadance to scratch within ableton. There are many free and paid vst's to make scratch sounds. Consider them to do some creative stuff in scratching.
    Last edited by Eric Wade; 07-13-2017 at 08:19 AM.

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    "Bought it somewhere" meaning illegally(?)... That is why I asked if he had a manual.
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