New MIDI Controller, 4TrackTrigger, For Tracktor Pro 2.5

The 4TrackTrigger, aka the ‘Traktor-Weapon’, is a new DJ controller, made by the German Faderfox and the Swiss Glanzmann Digital DJ Solutions.

The 4TrackTrigger is a compact 4 deck controller, specifically designed for Traktor Pro 2.5 in external mixer mode.

The 4TrackTrigger is expected to be available in mid June. Pricing is TBA.


  • 150 buttons in different colours and sizes to trigger hot cues, to start samples and to activate effects.
  • 6 displays and 172 LED’s for loop length, loop recorder and master clock.
  • 17 encoder for quick access to functions like browse, seek loop-size and loop-move which are a must for a modern digital DJ.
  • 2 additional pedal connections rear sided to control every effect parameter on the fly.

Hardware Specifications

  • 17 Potentiometer, FX, Loop Recorder
  • 17 Push Encoder, Browser / Load, Seek / Play, Loop Size / move
  • Rubber knobs for best tactile feeling
  • 188 Led’s different colors to display various informations
  • 150 Push buttons in different colors and sizes, double functions with shift button
  • 6 Displays, Master Clock, Loop Recorder, Loop Size
  • 2 Jack inputs for additional control with external foot switch / expession pedals
  • USB bus powering, Power supply via USB- Bus / consumption less than 500mA
  • USB interface class compliant / no driver necessary

Software specifications

  • Special controller for DJ Software (optimised for Native Instruments, Traktor Pro 2.5)
  • Setup Files for Traktor Pro 2 in current Version 2.1.2 or higher
  • Indication of each relevant state by feedback data from software
  • System mode for different basic settings (Midi channels, Led brightness, etc.)
  • Remix decks are controllable


  • Dimensions 11.41″ (290 mm) x 2.36″ (60 mm) x 14.17″ (360 mm)
  • Weight 2.8 kg

See the 4MIDILoop site for details.

6 thoughts on “New MIDI Controller, 4TrackTrigger, For Tracktor Pro 2.5

  1. I really dont understand why fader fox wastes the time building these. No one really buys them. Maybe a handful or so of people in europe. I mean I understand “Form follows function” in this case. But really they could use the time to create a control that does better and is still up to their standards. From a buisness standpoint though It seems pointless to do this.

  2. Yes, pointless market entry that only serves to saturate…atleast he wasn’t doing the ‘these knobs are HOT!’ Motions every time his finger leave a knob…

    – 4 deck control in a space roughly the size of a standard 12″ mixer
    – Dedicated loop recorder section
    – Dedicated FX controls for each deck
    – LCD displays for visual feedback of loop size, master clock, etc.

    – Everything about the product launch video
    – No pictures showing the full product with button labels

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