‘ Overview ‘ of this DJ Software

Image shows the six components that make up this DJ software. The primary controls. Two primary playback decks. A Cue deck. A 10 band equalizer. The display grid.

This DJ software was designed with an emphasis on making it easy to create and manipulate lists and the songs in them. Organize your lists any way you want. Organize the songs in them any way you want.

You can switch between these two modes any time during the operation of this DJ software.

Image shows control used to put this DJ software in 'Automatic' mode. In ‘Automatic‘ mode the player does all song changes. Play moves from the song you start with, down to the end of a list, then moves to the next list and so on. When all songs have been played, the process starts over.

Image shows control used to put this DJ software in 'Manual' mode. In ‘Manual‘ mode, no fades are used and no automatic song changes are done. You do all song changes manually. A timed mix between decks is available in this mode.

  • Decks

    • A‘ & ‘B‘ are the primary decks. One is always the ‘Current‘ deck and is identified with a yellow background color. The other is the ‘Next‘ deck and is identified by a green background color. Their background color switches with each song change. Lets you easily track which output device is in use.
    • The ‘Cue‘ deck is used to make different start, end & loop positions for songs. Each song can have up to 10 different entries for each position type.
    • Outputs: This DJ software only uses output devices installed on the operating system. Select which device to use on each playback deck. You can only configure the player when it is empty and it is automatic when only one output device is found.
  • Menus

    • Sets: Store what is loaded in the player as a set at any time. The following information is also stored when you save a set:
      • Image shows which list in the work-list in the display grid.   Work-List  
      • Image shows which songs have been played in the display grid.   Played Songs  
      • Image shows which list in the play-list in the display grid.   Play-List  
      • Image shows which song is the current song in the display grid.   Current Song  
      • Image shows which list in the next-list in the display grid.   Next-List  
      • Image shows which song is the next song in the display grid.   Next Song  
      • Image shows first possible multiple next song set in the display grid.Image shows last possible multiple next song set in the display grid. All Multiple Next songs.
    • Lists: Organize them any way you want. Create, Save, Rename and Delete lists any time you want. A list must remain below 100 days worth of music.
    • SongsAdd songs from anywhere on your system. Insert, Delete, MoveCut and Paste them any way you want in lists.
    • Preferences: Menu shows the available preferences by category such as:
      • When in ‘Manual‘ mode.
      • When the ‘current‘ song …
      • When right-clickPausing/Muting‘.
    • Find: There are three ways to search audio file names for a given text in this DJ software.
      • In Loaded Lists.
      • In Lists Library.
      • On Mass Storage Devices.
    • Display Grid {Right-Click}: Use this menu to organize your lists in the display grid. Open this menu by right-clicking on a list.
      NOTE: This menu is the only way to remove ‘Lists‘ and ‘Sets‘ from the player.
  • Modes

    • Random: This mode is only available in ‘Automatic‘ mode. Controls include:
      • Initiate ‘Random‘ mode.
      • Randomly select another next song.
      • Set how the songs in lists are processed in this mode.
    • Fade-Out: Initiate a timed fade-out of the current song, with or without a delay. Toggle the delay on (Image shows the delay is on.) or off (Image shows the delay is off.). A delayed fade-out can be cancelled any time but once the fade-out starts it cannot be stopped.
    • Repeat: Temporarily replace the next song with a copy of the current song. This mode can be used in both ‘Automatic‘ and ‘Manual‘ modes.
    • Single Play: In this mode, the player finishes playing the current song and then stops. No song change is done when the player stops. This control is not available in ‘Manual‘ mode because a song left unattended in manual mode always stops playing when it reaches the end.
  • Features

    • Primary Controls: All of the controls used to operate this DJ software in one place. Most features, functions and parameters are no more than two clicks away and they are all available on the fly.
    • Display Grid: This control is a large part of what makes it easy to organize the music any way you want in this DJ software. It is where you set how and in what order the songs are processed in lists.
      NOTE: The ‘Display Grid {Right-Click}‘ menu is the only way to remove ‘Lists‘ and ‘Sets‘ from the player.
    • Presets: Eight different controls that you can customize and save as presets. Load and save them anytime.
      • Volume fade duration.
      • Equalizer slider values & frequencies.
      • Fades used in ‘Automatic‘ mode.
      • High, Mid, Low dial values & frequencies.
      • Flanger, Reverb, Echo, Phaser effects.
    • Multiple Nexts: Change the usual top to bottom sequence of play by setting up to 999 next songs.
      NOTE: Multiple Next‘ songs override ‘Random‘ mode until they have all been processed.
    • Messages: Three types you can add / insert into lists. Use the editor to select the type and set the required parameters.
      • Play in Sequence.
      • Pause Song, Play Message, Resume Play.
      • Lower Volume, Play Message, Raise Volume.
    • Fades: Use the editor to customize the fades used in automatic mode. Apply them to songs on an individual basis in the display grid. All fades are measured in seconds or tenths of a second.
      • Volume
      • Fade-In
      • Auto Fade-Out
      • Next Fade-Out
      • Global Cue
      • Global End-Cut
      • Fade-Out Delay
      • Fade-Out
    • Volume Stops: Use the editor to customize the ‘volume stop‘ levels used on decks ‘A‘ & ‘B‘. Save the changes as a preset any time you want. Load them any time you want.
      CAUTION: Changes made to volume stop levels are reflected immediately on the volume controls. This allows for the levels to be set based on a live situation.
    • Equalizer Frequency Editor: One feature that sets this equalizer apart from most is that you set the frequency associated with each band. (Same as the ‘High, Mid,Low’ controls). This allows for a great deal of flexibility in how you customize the equalizer to suit your needs. Save the values and frequencies any time as ‘presets‘. Load them into the player at any time.
    • Live Queue: When you have request but you don’t want to change any lists, add them to the ‘Live Queue‘ list. This list cannot be saved and is always first in the display grid but it can not be the only list.
    • Effects: Left-click on a control to turn an effect on or off. Right-click on a control to open the corresponding editor window where you can change the parameters and create your own custom effectpresets‘. They can be loaded and saved at any time during the operation of the player.