YouBeeDJ Overview

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How you use this flexible and versatile music player / DJ software to play your music depends entirely on you. Do you need to play specific songs in a specific order then this player is for you. Do you like your music organized by genre, no problem. Easily create your ‘ lists ‘ by adding ‘ songs ‘ from any directory on your system.

Are you more comfortable organizing your music by the directory name the songs are in, no problem. List names can be generated based on the name of the directory where the first song is loaded from. Depending on the structure of song names on your system, list names can be generated based what is left-of or right-of a selected character in the name of the first song added to it.

Save what is loaded, along with the current play settings as ‘ sets ‘ any time you want. Load a set and be exactly where you were when you saved that set.

Operate the player in either ‘Automatic‘ or ‘Manual‘ mode and still have access to all DJ software features and functions found in the player. Switch modes any time during the operation of the player.

Features:
  • Control used to activate 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.
  • Control used to activate manual mode. In ‘Manual‘ mode, no fades are used and no automatic song changes are done. You do all song changes manually. There is a timed mix between decks ‘A‘ & ‘B‘ available in this mode.
  • Click for details on all primary controls. All of the ‘ primary controls ‘ used to operate this DJ software in one place. Most features, functions and parameters are no more than two clicks away and are all available on the fly.
  • Click for details on the next deck.Click for details on the current deck. Two primary decks (‘A‘ & ‘B‘). When these decks are loaded with songs, they are always referred to as the ‘ current-deck ‘ and the ‘ next-deck ‘. Which is which alternates with each song change.
  • Click for details on the cue deck. Use the ‘ cue deck ‘ to create different start, end and loop positions for each song. Up to 10 entries for each position type. This deck can also be used as a playback deck. Some features are tied to this deck and the current-deck.
  • Click for details on the volume stop editor. Customize the ‘ volume stop ‘ levels used on the ‘ current-deck ‘ and the ‘ next-deck ‘ to suit your needs, such as a specific location or event and create ‘ presets ‘. Load and save them any time. A note of caution, changes to the volume stop levels are reflected immediately in the player.
  • Click for details on assigning output devices to playback decks. Easily ‘ configure ‘ the output devices used by each playback deck. This music player only uses output devices installed on the operating system. Selection is automatic when only one output device is found. This music player can only be configured when it is empty.
  • Click for details on the different menu options. Store what is loaded along with the current play settings as ‘ sets ‘. Create, Save, Rename and Delete them any time. Some settings include any ‘ multiple-next ‘ songs you have set. Which songs have been played. Which list is the work-list, play-list and next-list.
  • Click for details on the different menu options. Organize ‘ lists ‘ any way you want in the display-grid. Create, Save, Rename and Delete them any time. A list must remain below 100 days worth of music.
  • Click for details on the display grid columns. The ‘ display-grid ‘ makes it easy to organize songs in lists any way you want. Organize lists in the player any way you want. The work-list, play-list and next-list are easy to identify and locate. Set song parameters on an individual basis or globally using the ‘ Display_Grid {Right-Click} ‘ menu.
  • Click for details on the different menu options. Add, Insert, Delete, MoveCut and Pastesongs ‘ in lists to suit your needs. They can be loaded into lists from any directory on your system.
  • Click for details on how to set, switch and remove them. Songs are normally processed from top to bottom. Change the sequence of play by setting up to 999 (Maximum number of multiple nexts that can be set.) ‘ multiple-next ‘ songs. Easily set, switch and remove them.
  • Click for details on the different menu options. Customize how the player reacts to different events by setting the ‘ preferences ‘ available by category on this menu. Events such as detecting the beats-per-minute, after a song change or the layout of the player are just a few.
  • Click for details on the different menu options. There are three ways to ‘ find ‘ audio file names for a given search text. ‘In Loaded Lists‘, ‘In the Library‘ and ‘On Storage Devices‘. Search texts are remembered and are easily maintained.
  • Click for details on the different menu options. Use the ‘ Display_Grid {Right-Click} ‘ menu to organize your lists in the display grid. Open it by right-clicking on any list. Options include saving and removing lists. Activate, Deactivate or Invert parameters globally in lists. Move lists up or down in the player.
  • Click for details on the different fades available. Easily customize the ‘ fades ‘ used in automatic mode. Apply them to songs on an individual basis. All fade settings are measured in seconds or tenths of a second.
  • Click for details on the different message types. You can add / insert three different types of ‘ messages ‘ to lists. Use the editor to attach a message to a song by selecting the type and setting the required parameters for that type.
  • Click for details on the live queue. When you have requests from people but you don’t want to change any lists, add them to the ‘ Live Queue ‘ list.
  • Click for details on the different presets available. The player has eight different controls that you can customize and save their settings as ‘ presets ‘. Load and save their customized settings any time during the operation of the player.
  • Click for details. This music player has a ten band ‘ equalizer ‘ and lets you set the frequency associated with each band. (The ‘High, Mid,Low’ controls have the same feature.) This lets you customize the equalizer to suit your needs. Load / save the values and frequencies as ‘ presets ‘ any time.
  • Click for details on the different presets available. Customize the 5 different ‘ effects ‘ controls on the fly. Create an effect you like then save the changes as ‘ presets ‘. Load and save them any time.
  • Click for details on this mode.Click for details on this mode.Click for details on this mode.Random ‘ mode is only available when the music player is in ‘Automatic‘ mode. Any ‘ multiple-next ‘ songs you set in the display-grid override this mode until they have all been processed.
  • Click for details on this mode.Click for details on this mode. 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.
  • Click for details on this mode.Repeat ‘ mode temporarily replaces the next song with a second copy of the current song. This mode can be used in both ‘Automatic‘ and ‘Manual‘ modes.
  • Click for details on this mode. In ‘ Single Play ‘ 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.