Forum: Old versions
NOTE: VirtualDJ 7 is not maintained anymore.
Topic: STANTON Hardware Products (Setup, Solutions, Fixes, Issues, etc.) - Page: 1
Currently supported products
- System 3 (Contains two SCS.3d units and one SCS.3m)
- DaScratch (SCS.3d)
***Link Removed - as of release 6.0.7 the DaScratch and SCS.3m are supported directly in VirtualDJ***
Posted Thu 08 Oct 09 @ 2:44 pm
Posted Fri 09 Oct 09 @ 11:35 am
Posted Fri 09 Oct 09 @ 5:13 pm
mjh99ent wrote :
I don't suppose you know the sysex response for DaRouter software? it is different the the SCS.3d's, but I can't seem to capture it in miditrace. Doing this would allow me to choose either native use or use of DaRouter based on which software is running when vdj loads.
DaRouter doesn't work in the way I think you're implying. Please explain what EXACTLY you're trying to do and I can fill in the blanks.
Posted Mon 12 Oct 09 @ 8:42 am
Posted Mon 12 Oct 09 @ 2:04 pm
Stanton DJ wrote :
Nevermind. You're looking for the Device ID response. There isn't one for DaRouter, but one could be programmed into the VDJ preset.
Exactly. No big deal. If I leave it set as is now it just always appears in the dropdown when it detects a midi device and can't identify it. I can live with that.
Posted Mon 12 Oct 09 @ 9:58 pm
Posted Mon 12 Oct 09 @ 10:02 pm
EDIT - With Bome's, you would probably just write a passthru rule for the C1 CC message and take advantage of the macro we have in place (C1 "finger trace" feedback message is Bc 62 pp, where c=MIDI channel and pp=01-10).
Posted Mon 12 Oct 09 @ 10:34 pm
Posted Tue 13 Oct 09 @ 12:43 pm
But yes you can properly use vinyl_mode now - 'hold and scratch' = vinyl_mode ON // 'pitch bend' = vinyl_mode OFF""
Can you explain this one to me, in detail, so I know exactly what to change?
Posted Wed 14 Oct 09 @ 1:30 pm
Posted Wed 14 Oct 09 @ 7:08 pm
Posted Wed 14 Oct 09 @ 7:22 pm
Posted Wed 14 Oct 09 @ 8:36 pm
I'm having nightmares in xml format!
Posted Thu 15 Oct 09 @ 9:04 am
'Hey, my stanton scs3 system arrived in the post about a week ago but I've been on the search for a program to use with it, I remember virtual dj supporting two different soundcards when using it in college last year and the tracktor that ships with it doesn;t, which means its useless as I can't cue.
I plan on downloading the demo verison of VDJ6 once I get my laptop back, just wondering what is the functionality like?
Is there anything I need to know what to do in VDJ before I use it, or can I just plug in the SCS3 and install VDJ and go?
Also if this does work fine and I order the full version after the trial peroid is finished, will I get future version updates, like if there was a 6.0.3 and so on?
Sorry for all the questions guys.
Posted Sat 17 Oct 09 @ 4:36 pm
Posted Sat 17 Oct 09 @ 5:04 pm
Posted Sun 25 Oct 09 @ 6:10 pm
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Posted Fri 30 Oct 09 @ 3:52 pm
Instead of waiting for the mapper, my question is can I map everything myself via midi (as long as I have the patience) including the scratch wheel and also map the multiple functions for the controls?
Is there more to it?
Posted Sun 01 Nov 09 @ 6:21 pm
Once in a loop; jogwheel moves track within the loop. Meaning when I rewind; it doesn't go backwards past the loop-in point.
I want it to stay within the loop in the same manner it does if I spin the track forward.
This is very important for scratchers, it gives them the op to make "loop-tones" out of any sound, and this type of behavior it great for "loop-backspins"
Also, can we add some cue-points to the outer buttons in vinyl-mode.
And I need some browing/loading somewhere on the 3d.
If you're wondering what word I'm talking about, it was touchwheel, I changed it to scratchwheel, and botta-boom..I'm scratching.
Posted Mon 02 Nov 09 @ 7:54 am