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Re: Auto PFL change when loading a track onto a player

PostPosted: 22 Dec 2011, 10:54
by Support@MixVibes
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Re: Auto PFL change when loading a track onto a player

PostPosted: 07 Feb 2012, 02:15
by jimmydrummer
Jim B wrote:When loading a new track on a player the PFL automatically switches to that player, so you can get cue'ing straight away (and one less button to press ;) )

It will benefit MIDI and Keyboard users. A check option will be needed to turn the feature on and off.

As I use MIDI now for my gig's I would love to see this little feature.


Yep, that's a great idea +1.
Cheers!

Re: Auto PFL change when loading a track onto a player

PostPosted: 07 Feb 2012, 11:35
by sfronti
For MIDI users would be usefull.
+1

Stelios

Re: Auto PFL change when loading a track onto a player

PostPosted: 09 Feb 2012, 03:41
by turko67
I belive the same

Re: Auto PFL change when loading a track onto a player

PostPosted: 18 Mar 2012, 16:27
by Activated Soundwave
Jim B wrote:When loading a new track on a player the PFL automatically switches to that player, so you can get cue'ing straight away (and one less button to press ;) )

It will benefit MIDI and Keyboard users. A check option will be needed to turn the feature on and off.

As I use MIDI now for my gig's I would love to see this little feature.


This is what VDJ Tries to do, but it seems hit and miss it fails to work everytime! maybe a controler issue!Maybe VDJ.
so i like this idea,But i highly advise a Option to MIDI toggle this on/off, another really important part is also if you unselect the track PFL it should automatically switch to master output, The only area to Figure out here is about the cue mix and how it would work in conjuntion with this PFL switching, VDJ have this system but the two dont work together well, the mix gets somewhat lost with the Confusion. But never the less Probally my first most important DJ Functions, If this area is not comprehensive and the PFL sections Does not work well together, them you might as well loose a big chunk of your djing skills through this flexability lost in the headphone/master PFL Monitoring and cue mixing, if a solution for getting headphone/master PFL Monitoring and cue mixing to work together can not be Balenced out, then we must at least have a switchable option for both Cue methods,Those Technaclly minded should understand what i am saying,Very important,as for me In the past with analog DJ mixers, this used to be a good part of the battle twords achieving a great mix,along with Good split cueing etc

So yes +1 for me, And the few extra additional PFL tweeks :idea: