Current Version: 1.5.4
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 2 MB - Download
Xtreme Mapping is an advanced editor of MIDI controller mappings for Native Instruments' Traktor DJ software. Long and extenuating sessions to configure your hardware are now a thing of the past since Xtreme Mapping makes this easier than ever with a set of convenient features such as:
- Keyboard and full Undo/Redo support
- Drag and Drop between different TSI files
- Textual description of Modifiers and Parameters
- Mapping Wizards for most common set of mappings
- Filters to narrow the set of mappings in the window
- Resizable and customizable user interface
Xtreme Mapping can edit any Generic MIDI or Kontrol X1/F1/S2/S4/Z1/Z2 mapping made with Traktor (version 1.2.7 or later) and Traktor 2 (up to 2.11.0).
- Added support for all version of Traktor from 2.7.0 to 2.11.0
- Few minor bugs have been fixed
Most Helpful Reviews
Works as advertised - The simple fact that this app does what NI / Traktor cannot seem to get is well worth the $6. It turned a 45min hack job of assigning controls into a 5 minute job, and that's just using a wizard. Amazing. If I could give it 6 stars, I would.
Great Idea but Useless for Users of Traktor 2.7 and Up - I purchased Xtreme Mapping almost two weeks ago and have held off writing a review of any kind until now. Regrettably, it is a decidedly negative review due to my utter frustration in the apps IN-compatibility with Traktor Pro v. 2.8.x in SPITE of the claims on both the developer’s website as well as the product details page in the Mac App Store which, to omy mind, is false advertising. Nonetheless, the issue here is that in order to get a so-called compatibility file, one must subit one’s name and email address via a form on the developer’s site. You can submit it once, you can submit it ten times, you can submit it using different email addresses — no response whatsoever, not from an autoresponder, a human, no one. In trying to resolve this issue using the developer site's so-called ‘Xtreme Mapping Support' link, I, again, received no reply which, at least, was consistent with my experience trying to request the compatibility file in the first place. I was under the impression that in order to offer apps through the Mac App Store, there had to be some sort of FUNCTIONING means of contacting the developer for support or what have you. I must have been mistaken as there clearly is no one at the switch in this situation and I guess I just have to absorb the $8 loss and be bitter with both Xtreme Mapping and the App Store, alike for allowing developers to offer their products for purchase without having to provide any sort of responsive, active product support.