Topic: Mic FX - Page: 2
The easiest way of adding EQ is to route the mic channel through a spare VDJ deck (and hence a VDJ mixer channel). Ducking can be done via VDJ script. A forum search should help you there.
Posted Wed 18 Oct 17 @ 7:09 pm
Posted Wed 18 Oct 17 @ 7:13 pm
Posted Wed 18 Oct 17 @ 7:35 pm
In audio config I can route MIC to input 1 (mono) and input 2 (mono) etc
In virtualdj how can I control the individual microphones from the skin?
(The audio interface comes with an onscreen mixer but I would like to have fader and FX control from within VirtualDJ. I understand we could route microphones to a deck in previous builds so I thought more than one mic was possible but now this has changed)
Can anyone help who has managed 2 or more mics please?
Posted Wed 13 Jun 18 @ 12:05 am
I don't think there are any ready made skins that have facilities for more than one mic.
Posted Wed 13 Jun 18 @ 5:39 pm
If you want individual controls, your only chance is to use linein X and assign them to spare decks.
BTW, lot of posts in this topic are not directly related to the Pads page, so please post in General/Technical forums regarding Mic inputs and controls if not related to the mIC FX Pads page.
Posted Wed 13 Jun 18 @ 5:43 pm
djdad wrote :
Discussion about Mic FX
What consoles support this plug-in? I have a numark NV.
Posted 2 days ago @ 11:31 pm