Custom Presets For Eight Controls

Create custom presets for eight different controls. Load and save their custom settings any time. Apply them to lists on an individual basis.

Default Presets Review Window Controls

Open a window that shows the names of the default presets loaded in the player that are attached to lists when they are created.

  • The bulb flashes red (Image shows when a preset has been changed.) & gray (Alternate image when a preset has been changed.) when changes have been made and music is playing.
  • Shows preset has not been changed. Names are displayed in these controls when a preset has not been changed. Use them on the:
    • Load‘ side, open ‘Load / Delete‘ window.
    • Save‘ side, open ‘Save / View‘ window.
  • When presets have been changed but not saved, another one of that type cannot be loaded until the changes are saved or canceled. Corresponding controls on the ‘Load‘ side of this window are disabled.

  • When default presets are changed but not saved, use the corresponding controls on the ‘Save‘ side of this window to save presets immediately or under another name.

  • The name controls show the default presets loaded in the music player. Use them to cancel changes.
Volume Stop Presets

The volume controls on decks A & B have more functionality than to simply move the volume up and down. They let you easily move to exactly the same volume level every time you click. Create levels using the Volume Stop editor. When moving between levels, the left and right click features are different for these controls on the current and next decks.

  • Left-click for timed changes.
  • Right-click for immediate changes.
Equalizer Presets

The player has a ten band equalizer who’s preset type is made of the slider valuesSliders used to set the each individual band. and the frequencies associated with them. Each slide control has the following parameters.

  • Range: minus ten (-10) to plus ten (+10).
  • Frequency: 80 to 16,000 hertz.
NOTE: Right-click on a slide control to open the editor window.
Automatic Mode Fade Presets

All fades are measured in seconds or tenths of a second and are the amount of time the player uses for different features of automatic mode.

  • VolumeCurrent deck volume control showing stop levels. Next deck volume control showing stop levels. : Timing of volume changes between levels.
  • Fade-InImage shows the 'Fade-In' setting is applied to a song in the display grid. : Fade incoming song up to desired volume level.
  • Auto Fade-OutImage shows the 'Auto Fade-Out' setting is applied to a song in the display grid. : Fade outgoing song down to zero during automatic song changes.
  • Next Fade-OutTrigger song changes using volume control on the next deck. : Fade outgoing song down to zero during manually triggered song changes.
  • Global CueImage shows how 'Global Cue' settings appear in a progress control. : Amount of time to remove from the start of songs.
  • Global End-CutImage shows how 'Global End-Cut' settings appear in a progress control. : Amount of time to remove from the end of songs.
  • Fade-To-PauseWhen right-click pausing/muting preference window. : Timed fade down to zero before pausing, triggered by right-clicking on a pauseImage shows pause control. control.
  • Fade-Out Delay : Amount of time to delay before initiating the fade-out feature.
  • Fade-Out : Time it takes the playing song to fade and then stop playing.
High, Mid, Low Presets

Adjust the corresponding high, mid, low ranges on both primary decks. The presetSome examples of different presets for these controls. combines the values and frequencies of the three dial controls on each primary deck.

  • Left-click on a digit to reset the dial to the default value.
  • Right-click on a digit to open the frequency editor.
Effects Presets

Left-click on an effects control to turn it on & off. (Also available in the editors). Right-click on a control to open the corresponding editor and change the parameters of an effect. Changes are reflected immediately in the player. This lets you create effects on the fly in a live situation. Create your own custom effects presets. Load and save them anytime.