Topic: Mic FX - Page: 1
Posted Tue 13 Jun 17 @ 1:06 am
'mic' can be used with any effect_ action as a "slot"
E.g. effect_active 'mic' will apply the selected effect in the "mic" slot to the Microphone
effect_select 'mic' will offer the Effects list for the mic slot
Even though you can assign any mic slot effect actions to your keyboard/controller, the Pad page is useful mostly to see which effect is selected, since its not available in the default skins.
Posted Tue 13 Jun 17 @ 1:09 am
I have a feeling the answer will be no. If so, are there any work arounds to get fx on a controller mic, outside of this plugin?
Posted Tue 13 Jun 17 @ 2:00 am
Posted Tue 13 Jun 17 @ 4:30 am
Posted Tue 13 Jun 17 @ 9:06 am
Adion wrote :
You could get another audio interface with a mic input and use that to connect your mic instead of the controller
Not sure I follow, what type of audio interface are you referring to? Any examples would be helpful.
Posted Tue 13 Jun 17 @ 2:17 pm
Simply connect a Microphone to the input of the sound card and add a "mic" line to your VirtualDJ Audio setup using that sound card and its input channels.
Posted Tue 13 Jun 17 @ 3:33 pm
Something like this would work well:
Posted Tue 13 Jun 17 @ 3:37 pm
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Posted Fri 16 Jun 17 @ 10:41 am
Here is a screenshot of my audio setup (please ignore the errors to the right because my DDJ-SZ isn't connected right now).
Any advice, please.
Posted Wed 13 Sep 17 @ 12:37 pm
Posted Wed 13 Sep 17 @ 12:55 pm
DeeJay MAE wrote :
I've read the previous comments
Including this one?
djdad wrote :
The majority of the controllers don't have the microphone input as part of the Audio interface though (hardware input)
Posted Wed 13 Sep 17 @ 5:45 pm
So, no, you cant use this Pads page to apply VirtualDJ Effects, and you ll need to remove the mic line from your Audio setup
If you want to use the Mic Effects of VirtualDJ, you will need to connect your Microphone to an input of a sound card that offers a proper Input as part of the USB Audio interface (could be even your computer's built-in Mic input) and use that sound card for the "mic" line.
Posted Wed 13 Sep 17 @ 8:11 pm
Posted Thu 05 Oct 17 @ 7:11 am
A USB mic is basically just a mic with an onboard USB audio interface, so plugging it in should allow your OS to see it as a "sound card". If your OS sees it, then VDJ can use it.
Posted Thu 05 Oct 17 @ 6:25 pm
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