Forum: Old versions
NOTE: VirtualDJ 7 is not maintained anymore.
Topic: Mapping for NUMARK MIXTRACK? - Page: 1
My friend showed me virtual DJ and I liked it better so I got it and ive been trying to use it but I don't know how to map it properly.
Can anyone help?
I can get some of the buttons to work, but it only effects the right side of the mixer.
Any help would be much appreciated as this is a new product and there isn't much info on it,
Posted Fri 09 Jul 10 @ 1:51 am
DUB-LD How did you get it to recognize your controller at all? Are you using a mac or a pc? I'm using a mac and I haven't been able to have my computer recognize the controller yet. I'd really prrefer to use virtual DJ than the Traktor software that it comes with.
Posted Tue 20 Jul 10 @ 9:37 pm
Posted Tue 20 Jul 10 @ 9:38 pm
In the meantime, you may be able to map it yourself via Simple MIDI Wrapper or create your own mapper/definition for it - Please see http://www.virtualdj.com/wiki/VDJscript.html for further information.
NOTE: LED's and displays of the controller will not function with Simple MIDI Wrapper. A proper definition file and mapper is required for these to work.
Posted Wed 21 Jul 10 @ 5:55 am
So to re-hash, use the simple midi wrapper to create all you controls for everything other than deck.
Then get the files from say a vci-100/300, or SCS3d and copy the parts about the decks. replace the midi cc data with what the mixtrack sends out.
Or just buy a mixtrack and send it to me and I'll put up the files ;) !
Posted Thu 22 Jul 10 @ 1:08 pm
Posted Tue 03 Aug 10 @ 12:46 pm
Posted Tue 03 Aug 10 @ 8:26 pm
wevans1994 wrote :
can someone please post a working mapping for the numark mixtrack? I know the new update covers it but i still want it for my own reasons.
No one is gonna post it for you cause your a "No License User". Register your software and you can download it yourself.
Posted Tue 03 Aug 10 @ 8:45 pm
Posted Tue 03 Aug 10 @ 11:06 pm
You will either need to purchase VirtualDJ Pro http://www.virtualdj.com/buy/index.html or wait until an updated trial is available.
Posted Tue 10 Aug 10 @ 4:13 pm
Posted Fri 13 Aug 10 @ 1:57 pm
mattdicker wrote :
I own Virtual DJ Pro Version 6.1.2 Pro, but I cannot seem to find the mapping for the Numark Mixtrack anywhere on the website or in the software itself. Can someone point me to the right direction please.
Connect the controller and press scan for new hardware.
Posted Sat 14 Aug 10 @ 10:08 am
Posted Mon 16 Aug 10 @ 11:35 am
Then make sure that the MixTrack is connected to your computer BEFORE starting VirtualDJ. It will then be detected automatically at start-up.
Otherwise, go to CONFIG -> Mappers, click on the button to the right of the drop-down list and choose the option to Rescan for scan for new devices.
Posted Mon 16 Aug 10 @ 5:28 pm
Posted Thu 16 Sep 10 @ 9:56 am
Posted Mon 15 Aug 11 @ 8:54 am
Posted Mon 15 Aug 11 @ 6:07 pm
If you have not purchased VirtualDJ, then please support the software and its future development by purchasing it: http://www.virtualdj.com/products/comparison.html - This will also give you access to a vast library of free add-ons ( http://www.virtualdj.com/addons/index.html ) as well as the latest and future versions of the software.
Alternatively, you can use the latest Home FREE, which is free to use for non-commercial use (It cannot be used at DJ gigs where you are being paid): http://www.virtualdj.com/download/free.html
To be able to pre-listen to music using headphones, you will either need two sound cards or a sound card with multiple outputs, such as a 5.1 surround sound card or preferably a dedicated DJ sound card (E.g: Numark DJIO or Native Instruments Audio 2 DJ.)
With a laptop, you can add a basic stereo USB sound card that will provide you with the additional output that you need for your headphones.
Alternatively, you can use a single sound card and the mono split option in VirtualDJ's sound setup, however this will only give you MONO sound (Not recommended for live performance.) You will need a Y-splitter cable to split the left/right channels - Please search Google for: 3.5 jack splitter to mono
Once you have suitable sound card(s), you will then need to go into CONFIG -> Sound Settings and choose Outputs: Headphones and select the appropriate sound card(s).
NOTE: In Home FREE, sound card options are limited. To be able to headphone pre-listen, you will either need a 5.1 card built into your computer, a basic external USB 'stick' sound card or use the MONO split option. For more advanced sound configuration, such as two separate cards or a multi-channel external DJ sound card, you will need to purchase either VirtualDJ Basic or VirtualDJ Professional: http://www.virtualdj.com/products/comparison.html
To choose which deck to pre-listen to, press the TAB key or click PFL button on the skin. Use the crossfader and/or volume sliders to control which deck is output live over the master outputs.
Posted Tue 16 Aug 11 @ 3:40 am
how can i program numark mix track buttons with virtual dj functions?
Posted Tue 16 Aug 11 @ 8:38 am
Posted Tue 16 Aug 11 @ 10:20 am