Hi Sascha — I can deal just fine with 2-band EQs, it doesn’t limit me. It’s only an issue when you want to do kills.
The issue is that the software needs to support it, so instead of having Hi-Mid-Low mappable controls (as it is right now), you could have an option to Hi+MidHi-Low+MidLow.
It’s kinda like in Traktor where you can choose 3 or 4 band EQs.
(In Djay’s case it’s easier since it’s only about hiding the Mid sliders throughout the UI — Implementing 4-band would be a bit more work.)
About your suggestion: yes, we can remap things, but there are two caveats:
Midi mapping in iOS requires the Pro subscription (I’m using this as a secondary, bar/party controller, I have a Roland 707m for professional use but it won’t work with iOS)
There’s no gain/trim knob (!), but you have a Filter one. I much rather have 2-band + Filter than a regular 3-band EQ with no filter, as the controller was designed for, but then we had this issue.
This was mentioned by Phil Morse’s review in Digital DJ Tips:
Unfortunately mine was already shipped when this review came out, and I won’t be a prick to the reseller and have it returned.
There’s also another related issue which, to me, it’s a bit non-sense too: EQ resets when switching to Neural mode