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Setting up VMS2
Topic: Setting up VMS2 - Page: 1
Bit of a crisis situation. I have a gig tomorrow and my brand new VMS2 just showed up today.. tried to take for a test run and I can not get any audio output. The program recognises the hardware, buttons and faders respond, but no audio..
MacBook Pro, Virtual DJ Pro 7 (updated)
Audio Setup: Advanced Config> Master (VMS Audio Midi Device) & Booth (VMS Audio MIDI Device)
What am I doing wrong?
Any help would be greatly appreciated, in this my hour of crisis..
Posted Thu 09 Feb 12 @ 4:50 am
deck 1 > VMS audio midi device > Output 1&2
deck 2 > VMS audio midi device > Output 3&4
Hope this helps although I have the VMS4 but setting should be the same
Posted Thu 09 Feb 12 @ 8:05 pm
Posted Sat 25 Feb 12 @ 12:54 pm
Posted Sun 26 Feb 12 @ 5:18 pm
Laptop: Compaq, refurbished
I went ahead and got my computer cleaned and put a new windows on it (Windows 7) but when i read the instruction manual, it said that Windows XP Sp2 or Vista was required.
should i clean my computer again and get one of those 2 windows installed on it instead? or is there possible a problem with my VMS2?
Posted Mon 05 Mar 12 @ 8:48 pm
Please see the following FAQ pages:
Please also register your VMS2 VirtualDJ LE serial number on the page http://www.virtualdj.com/users/edit.html and download and install the most recent version from the Download Center: http://www.virtualdj.com/download/updates.html
Most computers/controllers should work fine with Windows 7, however if it's an older computer, you may be better off with Windows XP. Vista should be avoided at all costs. Make sure that your computer exceeds the minimum specifications recommended by the manufacturer.
Posted Tue 06 Mar 12 @ 4:38 am
the music is running smoothly and nooo stuttering!! *knock on wood*
but my only other problem now is when i'm all finished and wanna exit the program. it freezes up and even when i open the task manager, it still won't close when i try to close the program that way. so i end up having to just use the power button and shutting everything down without warning and that makes me nervous.
i wanna only use this computer for my DJing sooo...
PLEASE HELP!!... AGAIN
Posted Tue 06 Mar 12 @ 8:18 am
It could be the VMS2 driver itself. You can confirm this by unplugging the VMS2's USB cable when VirtualDJ freezes. If the software starts responding again and closes normally, then it's a problem with the VMS2's drivers. Please check with the manufacturer to see if they have any updates available.
It's also worth checking your VirtualDJ database to ensure that this is not corrupted. Please see: http://www.virtualdj.com/wiki/I%20get%20an%20error%20message%20saying%20that%20my%20database%20is%20corrupted.html
Posted Tue 06 Mar 12 @ 8:56 am
Posted Thu 31 May 12 @ 12:05 am
Posted Wed 05 Sep 12 @ 8:46 am
My system is an HP Pavilion DM4 with Windows 7 and 4 Gig's of Ram on a 64 bit system.
Posted Fri 26 Oct 12 @ 3:12 pm
Posted Fri 26 Oct 12 @ 3:38 pm
If you have not purchased VirtualDJ Pro then please support the software and its future development by purchasing it: http://www.virtualdj.com/buy/index.html (Especially if you are working DJ and are making money as a result of using it.)
Posted Sat 27 Oct 12 @ 1:43 pm
Here we go again, I just got the VMS2 I installed the program VDJ LE and nothing i also have VDJ Pro and still nothing. I mean non of the functions work when i try to operate it. the cue, the load, the audio, nothing is relaying from the controller to the program. i installed all the new asio software. im working off a asus PC windows 7. I need help
Posted Sun 02 Dec 12 @ 7:17 pm
^^^ same problem. It used to work in LE version, but the upgrade sends no sound to the VMS2
I have followed these instructions. Doesn't work for me.
> Please deinstall "all" VDJ versions from your computer and delete the folder VirtualDJ (C:\..\VirtualDJ)
Backup the folder onto a USB stick.
> Clean your system incl. registry with a tool like the CCleaner or if possible use our tool:
> Download and install only the version from YOUR download center.
After that please check the settings from VMS4.1. They are simular ;-)
Finally got it to work. Make sure to only use the VMS2 drivers from your LE cd.
Posted Fri 14 Dec 12 @ 6:07 pm
Posted Sat 29 Dec 12 @ 11:23 am
Another way could be, to set the jog-mode in the options from cd to vinyl.
These would be the first two points, which I would check. I hope one of them will fix your issue.
Posted Sun 30 Dec 12 @ 1:56 pm
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Posted Sat 12 Oct 13 @ 12:37 am