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Re: Advanced mapping for M-Audio Xponent

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:29 am
by StatQ
@MelGrubb Thanks for all your hardwork. I actually bought a Xponent years back, wanted to use it for a few Private parties with friends. Used it with Torq software but it was a very buggy experience, so i gave up on my DJ'ing dreams - especially since soon after M-Audio discontinued their product.

Somehow i ended up here, and i saw that there is actually still someone working hard to support this controller. I will soon try to get my system up and running and try your advanced mappings. I will give some feedback soon. I'm new to Mixxx.

Greetings Jan

Re: Advanced mapping for M-Audio Xponent

PostPosted: Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:30 pm
by MelGrubb
Thanks for testing it out. There are a few more tweaks I want to add, and some decisions about whether to follow the current effects control mappings or keep my own scheme. I'm a little torn, but I really like what I made.

Re: Advanced mapping for M-Audio Xponent

PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 10:01 am
by kshyam
MelGrubb wrote:Thanks for testing it out. There are a few more tweaks I want to add, and some decisions about whether to follow the current effects control mappings or keep my own scheme. I'm a little torn, but I really like what I made.


And i really love what you've made too!
I thought the xponent was doomed to gather dust on a shelf..
But your mapping has made it my fave controller again.
And everything is really intuitive too. There wasnt a steep learning curve at all!

Re: Advanced mapping for M-Audio Xponent

PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2020 11:05 am
by oxagent
i see this mapping is not in mixxx v2.2.1
I have option to get this Xponent v1.5 in very good condition for around £80. Should i? is it a worth it or does not everything work? why didn't this advanced mapping not get included with mixxx? i will be using it on gnu/linux so no windows asio problems :)