Custom Presets For Eight Controls

Customize eight different controls. Load and save their custom settings any time. Timed volume changes with a single click. Customize the values & frequencies of the equalizer and high-mid-low controls. Customize the fades used in ‘Automatic‘ mode. Customize four of five effects controls.

 

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The volume controls on deck [A] and [B] have more functionality than to simply move the volume up and down. The left and right click features are different for these controls on the ‘current‘ and ‘next‘ decks.

  • Move to exactly the same volume level every time you click.
  • Left-click for timed changes between ‘volume stop‘ levels.
  • Right-click for immediate changes between levels.

  • All fades are measured in seconds or tenths of a second. They are the amount of time the player will use for the different features of automatic mode.

    • Volume: Timed volume changes between ‘volume stop‘ levels.
    • Fade-In: Fade incoming song up to desired volume level.
    • Auto Fade-Out: Fade outgoing song down to zero during automatic song changes.
    • Next Fade-Out: Fade outgoing song down to zero during manual song changes.
    • Global Cue: Amount to remove from the start of songs.
    • Global End-Cut: Amount to remove from the end of songs.
    • Fade-to-Pause: Timed fade down to zero before pausing triggered by right-clicking on a pause control.
    • Fade-Out Delay: Amount of time to delay the fade-out function.
    • Fade-Out: Time it takes to fade-out the playing song and then stop playing.

Use these controls to adjust the corresponding ranges on the deck. The values and frequencies of these controls make up ‘high, mid, lowpresets.

  • Left-click on a digit to reset the dial to the default value.
  • Right-click on a digit to open the frequency editor. (Only when stopped) .

This music player has a ten band equalizer. Each slide control has:

  • Range: minus ten (-10) to plus ten (+10)
  • Frequency: 80 to 16,000 hertz

The value of the sliders combined with the frequencies of each slider lets you create custom presets for the equalizer. They can be loaded or saved at any time during the operation of the player. The slider frequencies are set using the ‘Equalizer Frequency Editor‘ window.

NOTE: Right-click on a slide control to open the ‘Equalizer Frequency Editor‘ window. The player must be stopped to use the editor.

 

Click for complete details on the effects editors.

 

  • Right-click on this control to open this editor and change the parameters of this effect. Turn the effect on & off in the editor. Changes are reflected immediately in the player. This lets you create effects on the fly in a live situation. Create your own custom presets. Load and save them anytime.
    • Use the sliders to adjust the parameters of this effect.
    • Use the Preset Name control to cancel changes.
    • Use the SAVE control to store the parameters. Use the corresponding control on the review window to save the changes under another name.

Click for complete details on the effects editors.

 

  • Right-click on this control to open this editor and change the parameters of this effect. Turn the effect on & off in the editor. Changes are reflected immediately in the player. This lets you create effects on the fly in a live situation. Create your own custom presets. Load and save them anytime.
    • Use the sliders to adjust the parameters of this effect.
    • Use the Preset Name control to cancel changes.
    • Use the SAVE control to store the parameters. Use the corresponding control on the review window to save the changes under another name.

Click for complete details on the effects editors.

 

  • Right-click on this control to open this editor and change the parameters of this effect. Turn the effect on & off in the editor. Changes are reflected immediately in the player. This lets you create effects on the fly in a live situation. Create your own custom presets. Load and save them anytime.
    • Use the sliders to adjust the parameters of this effect.
    • Use the Preset Name control to cancel changes.
    • Use the SAVE control to store the parameters. Use the corresponding control on the review window to save the changes under another name.

Click for complete details on the effects editors.

 

  • Right-click on this control to open this editor and change the parameters of this effect. Turn the effect on & off in the editor. Changes are reflected immediately in the player. This lets you create effects on the fly in a live situation. Create your own custom presets. Load and save them anytime.
    • Use the sliders to adjust the parameters of this effect.
    • Use the Preset Name control to cancel changes.
    • Use the SAVE control to store the parameters. Use the corresponding control on the review window to save the changes under another name.

 

Image shows presets review window.

  • Image shows control used to open the presets review window. Use this control to open this window. It shows the names of the ‘presets‘ loaded in the music player and any that have a load pending or have been changed.
    • The LED on the left side of this control flashes yellow & cyan (Image shows when a preset has a load pending. / Image shows when a preset has a load pending.) when a load is pending.
      ( HML / PHASER )
    • The LED on the right side of this control flashes red (Image shows when a preset has been changed.) when changes have been made but not saved.
      ( VOLUME / FADES )

Controls

Your Preset Name

  • These controls show the names of the loaded preset for the corresponding type. Use them to : ( IE: Default Preset )

    • Cancel changes you made to a preset. ( IE: VOLUME )
    • Cancel the pending load for a preset. ( IE: HML )

Shows preset has not been changed.

  • When a preset has not been changed and does not have a load pending, ‘Preset‘ names appear in controls like these:
    ( EQ & Echo ).

    • Use these controls on the ‘Load‘ side of this window to open the corresponding ‘Load / Delete‘ window.
    • Use these controls on the ‘Save‘ side of this window to open the corresponding ‘Save / View‘ window.

Shows the preset has a load is pending.

  • When ‘presets‘ are loaded while a song is playing, you can apply the settings immediately. If you do not, the preset loaded is put into pending status until a song change happens. All pending loads are applied between song changes. ( HML / PHASER )

    • Use these controls to load the pending preset immediately.
    • Use the preset name control to cancel the pending load.
    NOTE: Making changes to a preset automatically cancels any pending load for that preset.

Shows the preset has been changed.

  • When a preset has been changed but you don’t save it in the editor, use the corresponding controls on the ‘Save‘ side of this window. ( VOLUME / FADES )

    • Use these controls to save the preset immediately or under another name.
    • Use the preset name control to cancel the changes.
    NOTE: You cannot load another one until the changes are saved or cancelled.
    ( VOLUME / FADES )

Shows a preset control is disabled.

  • When a preset has been changed but not saved, you cannot load another one until the changes are saved or cancelled. Corresponding controls on the ‘Load‘ side of this window are disabled when changes have not been saved. ( VOLUME / FADES )