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 Post subject: Numark CDJ + DJDecks Timecode + Super Relative Mode PostPosted: Thu May 14, 2009 10:54 pm 
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Hi. DJDecks "super relative mode" is a vinyl control capability which apparently no other digital DJ software has, and so I was very excited to find out about it! I have been playing around with the DJDecks 0.94 demo in order to see whether I want to purchase it for use with vinyl or CD control. I don't have a vinyl control record, so for testing purposes I burned the djdecks control timecode and put it in an old Numark CDJ I have around. I use the relevant plugin and when I enable "super relative mode" in the Vinyl Control tab and then enable vinyl control on that deck, pitch control works as expected. +/- 12% on the CDJ gives me +/-12% on the djdecks deck.

However the "Super Relative Mode" does not appear to be working as the docs indicate it should. If I :

a) load a track into deck A with the CDJ pitched to 0%, then pitch the CDJ (and track with it) to -12%
b) disable vinyl control for that deck
c) zero the CDJ to 0%
d) re-enable vinyl control for that deck

The deck jumps to 0%, it does not seem to do "super relative" mode as described in the documentation. I have enabled "super relative" and have the deck in "REL" mode when I enable vinyl control. Is there something else I have to do to make "super relative" mode work as expected?

Thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: Numark CDJ + DJDecks Timecode + Super Relative Mode PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2009 9:58 am 
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I just tried, and at least with Serato vinyl it works as expected.
When I re-enable vinyl control, the turntable is set to 0%, but the track continues playing at -10%

While vinyl control is enabled, do you get a good signal quality?


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