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    I just got my equipment in-- i read the manual about the SK-2F fader..and found out that the curve adjustment wasn't useable when i have this optical fader in. now, considering i like to scratch, but have been working alot on mixing..would you suggest I take out the focus fader and put in the regular one with the available curve adjustment that way i can do long mixes as well?

    of course the focus fader is higher quality b/c it's optical..etc etc... I'm afraid to mess it up by taking it out of the mixer and exposing it.. anyhow..please respond..thanx.

    -jyang411

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    when u say mixing u mean beat matching mix?
    if so, just use ur ch. faders for this, and use the CF for scratching and cutting

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    Yup for normal mixing I'd suggest using the channel faders. (I hardly use the x-fader myself in that case, only to do fast cuts).

    It gives you more control and smoother volume changes too.
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