Tekken's Kontrol F1 Ultimate Mapping

Description and Instructions

Tekken’s Kontrol F1 Ultimate Mapping v3.4

The “Tekken’s Kontrol F1 Ultimate Mapping v3.4” gives you the possibility to control instant press effects, fader effects, the freeze/slicer mode, hotcues, loops and more with your Kontrol F1 controller.

The mapping can be used beside the default Kontrol F1 Remix Deck mapping and all Remix Deck controls are still available. Change between this mapping and the default F1 mapping with the buttons "Shift" + "Browse" anytime.


1. If you haven’t Traktor Pro v2.7.0 or newer you have to update your Traktor.

2. Connect your Kontrol F1 and load the .nckf1 file into the Native Instruments controller editor (not the controller editor inside Traktor): Open the editor and select your F1. Select “File”, then “Open” and select the “Tekken’s Kontrol F1 Ultimate Mapping v3.4.nckf1” file. Make sure that on the “Templates” tab (right side of the controller editor window), “Tekken’s Kontrol F1 Ultimate Mapping v3.4” is selected. Close the controller editor.

3. Start Traktor and use the BIG “Import” button at the bottom of the Traktor preferences window to load the “Effect Settings v3.4.tsi” into Traktor. It is important to do this import step twice! Otherwise wrong effects are triggered.

4. In the preferences window, go to “Controller Manager” -> “Add…” -> “Import TST” -> “Import other” and import the file “Tekken’s Kontrol F1 Ultimate Mapping v3.4.tsi”.

5. Go to “Controller Manager” -> “Device” and click each of the 5 new v3.4 Tekken mappings and check if the “In-Port” and “Out-Port” are set to your Kontrol F1. If there are some older Tekken mappings of a previous installation, delete them (“Edit… -> “Delete”).

6. At the “Traktor Kontrol F1” tab (on the left side of the preferences window), switch the “MIDI Mode Type” to “MIDI Mode”.

7. Activate the mapping (see “Usage” below).

8. If there is a problem with the mapping-installation, try updating your NI controller editor, F1 firmware and drivers.


After the installation of the mapping or each time after starting Traktor, the F1 default mapping is activated and you can control your Remix Decks as usual. If you want to toggle between the default mapping and the ultimate mapping, press “Shift” + “Browse” simultaneously.

“Sync” button:
Press it after installing the mapping the first time or each time after starting Traktor at least once. Also use this button in case of a failure in the mapping to reset modifiers and switch all effects off.

Switching pages:
There are 9 pages available. The number of the actual page is indicated in the F1 LED display.
You can toggle between the “master” page 1 and the “slave” pages 2-9 by pressing the “Shift” button. The slave pages (2-9) can be changed by turning the push encoder. Page 9 hasn’t got any functions yet.

Deck selection with “Mute” buttons:
Use the 4 “Mute” buttons at the bottom of the F1 to select the decks you want to affect (from left to right button, deck C A B D). You can select all four decks simultaneously if necessary. After installing the mapping the first time or each time after starting Traktor, press each of the 4 buttons at least once to synchronize the mapping with Traktor.

Effect pads (page 1+2):

  • Hold the pads to start effects. The Echo Freeze effects start and stop via toggle.
  • While some effects are active, you can press the push encoder to activate special effect features. (Echo Freeze, Reverb T3 and Delay T3 have special effect parameters).
  • Press all four Beatmasher buttons simultaneously to start a Turntable Stop combo (only page 1).
  • Some effects can’t be combined with each other.

Note that the Traktor Effect Unit 1 is unused in this mapping. You can use Unit 1 with other controllers if you want.

“Browse” button:

Press the “Browse” button to toggle between the following 2 functions:

  • If the browse button is off, change the parameters of some effects by turning the push encoder while the effect pad is hold. The Makro-Effects (second row of page 2) need to be building up with this method.
  • If the browse button is on, change the dry/wet of some effects by turning the push encoder while the effect pad is hold.

“Capture” button:
Press the capture button to let the effects stay on after releasing the effect pads. If the capture button is blinking, the “toggle mode” for the effect pads is activated. Press the capture button again to disable all effects.

“Reverse” button:
Use this button for a reverse play effect.

Slide up one of the 4 faders to start an effect. The Tape delay effect (right Fader) needs to start slowly because of the effect unit needs a second to load the effect. Slide it up about 2 millimeters to load the effect, wait a second and then slide it up furthermore to activate the effect.

Freeze mode (page 3):
Press one of the 16 pads or the push encoder to start the freeze mode of the selected deck. Adjust the freeze slice size by turning the push encoder while holding the “Size” button. Activate or deactivate the freeze mode by pressing the push encoder.

Loops (page 7):
Press one of the pads to start or stop a specific loop of the selected deck. Alternately, select the loop size by holding the “Size” button and turning the push encoder. Activate or deactivate the loop by pressing the push encoder.

“Quant” button:
While holding the “Quant” button, you can use the following functions:

  • Toggle the flux mode of each deck with the 4 “Mute” buttons (from left to right button, deck C A B D).
  • Delete hotcues by pressing the pads on page 4 and 5.
  • Swap the 4 Makro-Effects of page 2, second row, by turning the 4 knobs. Each of the knobs is selecting one of the effects. Take a look in the effect units to see your selection.

“Size” button:
While holding the “Size” button, you can use the following functions:

  • Adjust the Freeze slice size by turning the push encoder on page 3.
  • Adjust the loop length by turning the push encoder on page 7.

“Type” button (Isolate mode on/off):
Press the “Type” button to activate the Isolate mode. In this mode apply effects only to specific frequencies (lows  /  lows+mids  /  mids  /  mids+highs  /  highs) of the selected deck. Only frequencies of the decks A, B or C and only one at a time can be isolated. The selected deck will be duplicated to deck D. That means you shouldn’t use deck D for other purposes as long as you want to use this isolate mode. The frequency can be selected with the right knob at the top end. After starting Traktor, turn it from left to right once to synchronize the knop with the mapping. Then adjust the frequency from left to right in 5 steps (lows  /  lows+mids  /  mids  /  mids+highs  /  highs). Before starting an effect, the following parameters of the selected deck and deck D should be set equally by yourself: Equalizer, Gain, Key, Filter. The volume fader of the selected deck should be completely up. This isolate mode is only supported by the effect-pads of page 1. If you want to use the fader-effects or the effect-pads of page 2, you have to disable the isolate mode.
If you want to understand more about the concept of this isolate mode, check this link:

Please let me know when there is something wrong with the mapping or if you have new ideas for improvements or new effects. And please rate this mapping if you like it!

I have spent many, hours to build this mapping. Although this mapping will always be free to everyone, you could donate me a beer. Please use the following PayPal link:


Thank you!

Problem downloading or other issues? Let us know on the forum.
Comments for v3.4.0
dariodelima 9 days ago
Hey Tekken, quick question is there any chance of hving this mapping work with the new step sequencer mapping, i mean have step sequencer on default mode and then have this on user mode as its currently like that with remix deck mode or will step sequencer need user mode to work, thus needing a second controller to have your mapping and sequencer mapping work together.
Tekken 8 days ago

Hey Dario! I think that NI will insert the step sequencer mapping into the F1 default mapping in the next Traktor releases. If not I could insert this in my mapping.

Luca Vervoort 3 days ago

So you think you could manage to integrate the step sequencer into your mapping? Because as of right now i don't think we can use both without configuring everything every time. I would love to have one page of your mapping dedicated to a step sequencer, maybe even 2 (c and d).

gogo 12 days ago
it doesn't funk with my audio8 :S without her everything is great.. can someone help me pls?
DJ Phellix 12 days ago
Great Job Now I'm In Love With My F1 <3
Brian G 17 days ago
Hey there, I saw some DJs posting about this mapping working with a Traktor S4 so I gave it a shot. I have followed the instructions several times and understand the controller editor vs traktor mapping editor etc. The ONLY problem I am having is that once I do everything, there is no F1 on the input or output spot. The only selections I have are as follows: None All Ports Kontrol Audio 6 Midi Kontrol S4 The above options are all I see and I do not see an F1 option. PLEASE help me. I really really want to try this mapping and use even more effects than what my X1 has to offer. This would really bring my entire setup together and I would 100% donate if I end up using this product. Thanks so much to the DJTT community for always helping out.
Brian G 17 days ago

Ahhh I did not read the fine print to redownload all drivers. Definitely make it bold to go and download the old F1 Drivers. Windows just did not know what to make of the device once it was in midi mode and traktor wasnt telling it what it was basically. This works and I am going to practice on it a bit. It is now 5 AM and I need to go get some sleep haha.

Tekken 13 days ago

Good that you got it working! Have fun!

Brian G 9 days ago

Thanks so much. I actually was a bit overwhelmed by all of the loop pages etc. I tried to use a 2.7 Mapping I found online that is a variation of your mapping. I really like many of the features but I ONLY need my F1 to do effects and as many as possible. I have an X1 as well and what I LOVED using was the reverb T3 as a single effect on one side of my F1. It gave me the ability to really modulate and make a spacey sound. The delay T3 is in there already and still is mapped in the F1 along with my FX slot 4, but is there any way to really get inside and change up which effects I really use? I like wormhole, Bassomatic, Polar wind and a few others that normally are not seen on many mappings. I would love it if you could tell me how to change some of the effects around possibly. This mapping for the F1 is an insanely powerful tool and it has already brought a bunch of life to my DJ sets. I simply just wish to dial it in for exactly what types of sounds I like to create. Thank you so much for being an asset to the DJTT community. -Brian

BAYONASAURUS 22 days ago
this is fantastic! great job mate, you've inspired me to throw a mix together :)