TTM 57SL Manual for Serato Scratch Live 1.9.2

PH/CD
1 2
2
1
1
LAYER / SHIFT
MIC 1
4
BACK
4
2
LOAD A
PAN
1
AUX
PH/CD
2
3 4
4
3
3
AUX
PH/CD
4
A
3 4
4
3
3
4
AUX
4
4
LEVEL
RIGHT
PGM 2 SOURCE
6
4
PGM 3 SOURCE
6
4
6
4
8
0
PGM 4 SOURCE
2
8
LEFT
PAN
LEVEL
2
10
8
0
LEVEL
2
10
8
0
LEVEL
10
MAIN LEVEL
8
0
CONTROL POINT
6
2
10
B
6
2
10
0
LEFT
1 2
2
1
PGM 1 SOURCE
8
0
10
LEVEL
SCROLL
6
2
8
0
PH/CD
MIC 2
6
2
AUX
LEVEL
OL
BACK
+6
SCROLL
+3
10
0
-3
RIGHT
LOAD B
-6
-12
MANUAL
OFF
OFF
AUTO
+6
OFF
HIGH
HIGH
+6
OFF
HIGH
+6
OFF
HIGH
+6
OFF
HIGH
MANUAL
-18
+6
+6
AUTO
HIGH
LOOPS
LOOPS
OFF
OFF
SELECT
LOW
+6
OFF
LOW
+6
MID
+6
OFF
MID
+6
OFF
MID
+6
OFF
MID
+6
MONO
SELECT
IN
LEFT
FLEXFX
LOOP
OFF
FLEXFX
LOW
+6
OFF
LOW
+6
OFF
LOW
+6
OFF
LOW
4
6
2
OUT
EXT. INSERT
ROLL
5 INSERT
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
FILTER
FILTER
LOW
HIGH
FILTER
HIGH
FILTER
0
10
4
6
2
FLEXFX
SAVE
FILTER
FLANGER
POST
POST
POST
POST
A
B
CROSSFADER
A
B
CROSSFADER
A
B
CROSSFADER
A
B
CROSSFADER
2
BEAT
3
TIME
ROBOT
LOOP
0
10
4
6
SAVE
8
DELETE
0
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
CUE
CUE
CUE
CUE
10
SESSION IN
1
REVERB
BEAT MIN
MAX
LEVEL / DEPTH
4
TAP
ROLL
SESSION OUT
PHASER
1
ECHO
OUT
8
2
DELETE
LOOP
8
BOOTH
LOW
HELLOOO!
LOOP
IN
RIGHT
BALANCE
+6
FLEXFX ON
5
2
SPLIT CUE
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0
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CUE
PAN
4
MAIN
6
2
8
0
3
LEVEL
4
10
5
CUE
CUE POINTS
PGM 1
PGM 2
A
PGM 3
PGM 4
HEADPHONES
CUE POINTS
B
SIXTY-EIGHT
TTM
57SL - OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
1.8.1
SIXTY-EIGHT
FOR SERATO
SCRATCH
LIVE • OPERATOR’S MANUAL BETA
1
Four Program InPut Channels
PGM 1 and PGM 2 Source selection:
sIxty-eIght
mIxer overvIew
1 2
• Phono/CD 1 (Phono or Line or S/PDIF)
PH/CD
2
• Phono/CD 2 (Phono or Line or S/PDIF)
LAYER / SHIFT
1
• USB Playback 1
1 2
1 AUX PH/CD 2
2
1
3 4
1 AUX PH/CD 4
2
3
3
3 AUX PH/CD 4
4
3
MIC 1 • USB Playback
MIC2 2
PGM 1 SOURCE
• Auxiliary 1
PGM 2 SOURCE
• Auxiliary 2
4
PGM 3 and PGM 4 Source selection:
BACK
(Phono or Line or S/PDIF)
LEVEL • Phono/CD 3 LEVEL
SCROLL
PGM 3 SOURCE
6
2
4
8
PGM 4
6
2
8
• Phono/CD 4 (Phono or Line or S/PDIF)
• USB Playback 3
• USB Playback 4
LOADchannel
A
The Sixty Eight is a four
mixer with dual
PAN
high-speed USB ports, Serato Scratch Live
MANUAL
controls and built in effects.
• Auxiliary 3
0
LEVEL
0
+6
OFF
+6
OFF
+6
OFF
HIGH
LOW
LEVEL
10
LE
PAN
• Auxiliary 4
Note: PHoNo or LINe or S/PDIF is individually
OFF
+6
selected for each of the four Phono/CD
inputs
OFF
HIGH
using the rear panel dip switches. S/PDIF
Key Features AUTO
10
LEVEL
HIGH
+6
OFF
+6
OFF
+6
OFF
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
H
inputs support
PCM audio only at sample
HIGH
HIGH
• Two USB ports simultaneously stream audio
LOOPS
rates from 44.1 kHz to 96 kHz.
on two computers
∙ Each port supports 6 stereo Record and 5
stereo playback channels
∙ 32-bit Floating point
audio sampled at 48LOW
SELECT
kHz
source selection is followed by:
MID
OFF
+6
• LeVeL gain trim is Off to +12 dB, with unity gain
at 12 o’clock.
MID
M
LOW
Off to +6 dB, with unity gain at 12 o’clock.
∙ Four stereo Phono/CD inputs
FLEXFX
∙ Line, Phone orLOOP
S/PIDF operation
FLEXFX
∙ Flat response is in the center.
∙ Crossfader FlexFx
ROLL Assign
LOW
OFF
+6
LOW
LOW
L
∙ Low-pass filter cut-off moves from 20
OUT
∙ Four stereo USB playback options
∙ Gain Trim, 3-band EQ and Filter
OFF
• LoW-PaSS / HIGH-PaSS FILter
∙ Four stereo auxiliary inputs
kHz toward 20 Hz as the knob is turned
EXT. INSERT
counter-clockwise.
5 INSERT
∙ High-pass filter cut-off moves from 20
LOW
LOW
HIGH
Hz toward 20 kHz as the knob is turned
HELLOOO!
• Two fully independent microphone inputs
LOOP
∙ One with available phantom power
FILTER
FILTER
clockwise.
∙ One with available line-level input
FILTER
FI
• croSSFaDer
FLEXFX assigns the channel to a-side, PoSt
∙ Independent Gain
SAVETrim, Pan, EQ and
or B-side.
FlexFx Assign
POST
• FLexFx assign takes the channel out
A of the B
• Advanced FlexFx Loop supports:
Main Mix and sends it to the FlexFx
Loop.
CROSSFADER
∙ Built in effects
POST
POST
A
B
CROSSFADER
A
B
CROSSFADER
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
CUE
CUE
P
A
CROS
• cue select assigns the channel to the
DELETE
FILTER
∙ USB Insert
headphone
FLANGER monitor.
PHASER
• Each of the four channels has a mono rms
signal level meter with peak-hold. FLEXFX
∙ Cue and mix level controls
1 Cue option
• Headphone monitor with Split
ECHO
ROBOT
2
BEAT
3
TIME
FL
REVERB
CUE
2
MID
• HIGH / MID / LoW 3-band, full-cut EQ range is
IN
• Four full featured input channels
∙ Analog Insert
OFF
C
BEAT MIN
MAX
LEVEL / DEPTH
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
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MANUAL BETA
7
7 SIXTY-EIGHT FOR7 SERATO
7
7 SCRATCH LIVE • OPERATOR’S
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5
OFF
FLEXFX
+6
LOW
OFF
LOW
+6
OFF
LOW
+6
OFF
+6
LOW
LOOP
OUT
5 INSERT
BOOTH
LOW
!
HIGH
LOW
FILTER
HIGH
LOW
FILTER
HIGH
LOW
FILTER
ROLL
HIGH
LOOP
FILTER
X
R
POST
POST
POST
POST
A
B
CROSSFADER
A
B
CROSSFADER
A
B
CROSSFADER
A
B
CROSSFADER
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
CUE
CUE
CUE
CUE
SAVE
SESSION OUT
DELETE
PHASER
maIn mIx
SESSION IN
1
The Main Mix is made
REVERB
PH/CD
BEAT MIN
MAX
LEVEL / DEPTH
FLEXFX ON
10
9
8
8
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7
6
6
6
5
5
5
PGM 1 SOURCE
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
10
10
10
10
9
9
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6
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5
4
3
MIC 2
8
8
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
0
0
LEVEL
CUE
1
LAYER / SHIFT
9
10
9
LEVEL
PGM 1
PGM 2
CUE
3
PGM 62 SOURCE
4
0
8
LEFT
OFF
OFF
B-side or Post-Crossfader with the
LOW
croSSFaDer switches.
• Field-replaceable.
+6
MID
LEFT
PAN
+6
+6
OFF
+3
LEVEL
∙ Balanced XLR
jacks
HIGH
+6
OFF
-6
8 volts rms
OFF
+6
∙ Stereo
rms+6meter OFF
HIGH
HIGH
with peak-hold.
+6
LEVEL
0
-3
∙ Maximum output
-12
HIGH
+6 -18
OFF
+6MONO
OFF
HIGH
+6M
• BootH
HIGH
LOW
+6
HIGH
LOOP
FILTER
FAST
SLOW
+6
OFF
LOW
+6
MID
+6
OFF
SAVE
FAST
PHASER
POST
OFF
FLEXFXLOW
+6
OFF
FLEXFX LOW
+6
OFF
OFF
+6
+6
∙ Maximum output
LOW
LOW
MID
LEFT
OFF
4 volts rms
controls common
Two Microphone
independent,
EXT. INSERTInputs are fully5 INSERT
to all Main Mix
eachHEADPHONES
with these controls:
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
• Large illuminated
On / Off switch. FILTER
HELLOOO!
FILTER
LOW
outputs:
LOW
HIGH
HIGH
LOW 4
10
4
HIGH
6
2
control.
A B
A
B
∙ MoNo
switch.
CROSSFADER
CROSSFADER
POST
0
POST
A
B
CROSSFADER
8
0
10
SESSION IN
FLEXFX
FLEXFX FLEXFX
CUE
CUE
FLEXFX
1
CUE
BEAT CUE
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MAX
LEVEL7 / DEPTH
2
SPLIT CUE
10
SERATO
SCRATCH LIVE
• OPERATOR’S MANUAL
BETA
TIMESIXTY-EIGHT FOR
LEVEL
/ DEPTH
7
7
7 TIME
CUE
8
PAN
7
10
9
MAIN
8
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5
7
HIGH
FILTER L
10
2
CUE
MIN
LOW
SESSION OUT
A
B
4
6
CROSSFADER
9
3
+6
O
8
10
8
LOW
REVERB
CUE
BEAT
0
FILTER
∙ POST
BaLaNce
Left/Right
POST
FLEXFX
• Mic-2 allowsFLEXFX
selection of MIc or LINe-level
2
OFF
6
Off to 0 dB.
power with a rear panel on/off switch.
ROBOT
IN
8
LOW
∙ LeVeL controls
with a range of
POST full-cut EQ range isPOST
• HIGH / LoW 2-band,
Off to
ECHO
+6
BOOTH
FILTER FILTER
• LeVeL control.
input with a rear panel switch.
MID
RIGHT
BALANCE
+6
2
mICs
CUE
MAX
OFF
• Mic 1FILTER
allows selection
of +48 voltPHASER
phantom
FLANGER
REVERB
MIN
jacks
Mix and sends it to the FlexFx Loop.
DELETE
BEAT +6
MID
8 volts rms
• PaN the signal from
left to right.
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
1
ROBOT
MID
• SeSSIoN
A
B +6 dB with
A unity gainB at 12 o’clock.
A
B
CROSSFADER
CROSSFADER• FLexFx Assign
takes the signal outCROSSFADER
of the Main
FLANGER
OFF
+6
∙ Maximum output
• Independent
5 INSERT
CONTOUR
CONTROLS
ROLL
PGM FADERS
CROSSFADER
FLEXFX
OFF
∙ Unbalanced RCA
OFF
HELLOOO!
LOW
MID
+6
IN
OUT
BEAT
OL
has
LEVEL LEVEL
RIGHT
OFF
+6
OFF
OFF
• Adjust the croSSFaDer
coNtour with the front
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
LOW
LOOP
panel croSSFaDer control.
ECHO
Mix
∙ Balanced ¼” TRS
SELECT
• No-noise, no-bleed magnetic fader.
FILTER
PGM 3 SOURC
jacks
LOW
SLOW
HIGH
Main
• MaIN
LOOPS
• Assign each PGM channel to the A-side,
MAX
RIGHT
HIGH
OFF
MIX LEVEL
The
LEVEL
PAN
SIXTY-EIGHT
AUTO
CrossFader
10
these outputs:
LEVEL
coNtour coNtroLS for PGM FaDerS on the front panel
EXT. INSERT
10
LEVEL
CUE POINTS
MANUAL
OFF
+6
HIGH
affect all four channelHIGH
faders.
HIGH
0
• FlexFx Mix
8
0
10
5
HEADPHONES
LOAD A
PAN
2
LEVEL
B
PAN
• Mic-1, Mic-2
• Session
PGM6 3 SOURCE PGM
1 SOURCE
PGM 4Input
SOURCE PGM 2 SOURCE
MAIN LEVEL
LEVEL
0
LEVEL
A
1 these
2 3signals:
4
1 2 4
3 4
from
3PH/CD
1 AUX6 PH/CD 4
3
AUX 2 PH/CD 4 1 AUX 3PH/CD
AUX 2
PGM-2,
4 1 • PGM-1,
3
2
4 1
2
3
2
8
CON
PGM-3, PGM-4
MIC 2
4
4
2
3 4
1 AUX PH/CD 4
2
3
MIC 1
MAIN
5
SCROLL
PGM 4
PGM 3
PAN
6
BACK
1 2
1 AUX PH/CD2 2
SPLIT CUE
2
1
10
10
MIC 1
2
1 2
3
T
POST
B
FADER
OFF
LOW
SELECT
cue operation.
the
Pan control
9
8
pans
between
8
8
7
stereo
Cue and
7
7
6
6
stereo
Main Mix.
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
operation, the
3
Pan control pans
2
9
5
• In Split Cue
4
OFF
FLEXFX
EXT. INSERT
1
between
Mono Cue
1
1
0
in0 the left ear and
CUE
LOW
LOW
+6
OFF
LOW
LOW
+6
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
the FLexFx oN button Is Off (bypassed), there is no
change in what is heard in the Main Mix when a
POST
POST
channel is assigned to the FlexFx Loop. In this
POST
effects to the signal and Cue the effected signal
2
8
4
DELETE
0
LEVEL
FILTER
FLANGER
in the headphones before switching the FLexFx
PHASER
oN button On.
10
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
1
Individual internal effects are selected on/off
5
ECHO
ROBOT
REVERB
internal effect is selected at a time. See AUDIO
• Individual Cue buttons are provided for PGM-
HEADPHONES
1, PGM-2, PGM-3, PGM-4 and FlexFx Loop. 2
• The Headphone Level control sets the level
CUE POINTS
BEAT
CUE on the next pageCUE
EFFECTS
for details.
BEAT 10
output jacks.
9
B
TIME
FlexFx
MIN
MAX
LEVEL / DEPTH
8
7
6
The FlexFx Loop provides the ability to create a
SIXTY-EIGHT
5
sub-mix that may include any combination of the
4
4
selected individually.
10
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
8
8
• The ext. INSert button engages the external
analog FlexFx
Loop.
8
8
• The
insert.
Both inserts
57 INSert 7button engages the
USB
7
7
6
5
are
6
5
available
6
with or
5
without
6
the5 use
4
4
4
4
of an internal effect.
four PGM input channels, Mic 1 and Mic 2. This
3
3
3
3
3
configuration allows:
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
TAP
• Creating a unique submix.
• Adding internal or external effects to a
submix.
FLEXFX ON
CUE
Any combination of the following signals may be
assigned to the FlexFx Loop or to the Main Mix:
• PGM 1, PGM 2, PGM 3, PGM 4, MIc 1 and MIc 2.
The FlexFx Loop consists of the following
elements in order of signal processing:
• Effects Engine: details in the next section.
• External analog FlexFx Loop insert.
• USB insert.
• cue monitor button: “listens” to the effected
signal, before the FLexFx oN switch.
It is also possible to have the FLexFx MIx LeVeL
turned down,0 FLexFx0oN or Off, create0 a submix,
0
add effects (or not) and Cue or rehearse the mix
• Recording a submix.
CUE POINTS
1
0
5
CUE
USB and analog FlexFx Loop Inserts are
in the both of the front panel 3.5 mm and ¼"
3
FLEXFX
using one of the six effects buttons. Only one
the right ear.
4
+6
A
B
A
B
A
B
instance, it is possible to add internal or external
CROSSFADER
CROSSFADER
CROSSFADER
mono Main Mix in
• Rehearsing a submix.
MID
FILTER
FILTER
If the
FLexFx MIx LeVeL control
is turned up, and FILTER
6
0
PGM 4
OFF
∙ Range is from Off to 0 dB.
FLEXFX
3
SAVE
MAIN
PAN
4
OFF
+6
going to the Main Mix.
5 INSERT
HELLOOO!
10
9
+6
MID
• FLexFx MIx LeVeL control (front panel)
LOOP
• In Stereo operation,
10
2
ROLL
SPLIT CUE
stereo or mono split-
OFF
∙ Controls the level of the FlexFx signal
CUE
Monitor provides
10
FLEXFX
OUT
The Headphone
E
1
LOOP
headPhones
+6
LOW
SESSION IN
FLEXFX
MID
DELETE
IN
FX
M3
SESSION OUT
A
B
CROSSFADER
before bringing it into the Main Mix.
PGM 1
• FLexFx oN switch:
PGM 2
The FlexFx submix may be recorded separately
∙ When Off, this control effectively bypasses
via the USB send or the analog FLexFx LooP SeND.
the Effects Engine, analog FlexFx Loop
insert and USB insert. What you hear in
The USB Insert uses USB record-5 and
the main mix is a dry version of any signal
playback-5. The Send can serve as a USB audio
assigned to the FlexFx Loop.
output for recording a submix on a computer,
∙ When On, the signal is processed by any
A
or be used in conjunction with the USB Return
selected Effect, analog FlexFx Loop insert
to form an external USB effects loop. This
or USB insert.
loop feature eliminates gain structure issues
∙ This switch is not an on/off switch for the
built-in Effects Engine. Effects are turned
associated with using Send and Return signals
that are not co-located.
on and off individually with the effect select
buttons.
SIXTY-EIGHT FOR SERATO SCRATCH LIVE • OPERATOR’S MANUAL BETA
PGM 3
usB audIo
The playback channels are assigned as follows:
There are six stereo record channels and five
• USB-1 Playback (virtual deck one)
stereo playback channels. These channels are
∙ PGM 1 Source selector
simultaneously available on two USB ports,
∙ PGM 2 Source selector
allowing two computers to share the device.
BPM: 120 < 4/1
TIME: 2097MS
||||||
• USB-2 Playback (virtual deck two)
This allows two DJs to play together and
∙ PGM 1 Source selector
supports uninterrupted transitions from one DJ
∙ PGM 2 Source selector
to another. The six stereo record channels are
effects display and match Indicator
FLEXFX
• USB-3 Playback (virtual deck three)
The effects display shows the current BPM, beat
sent to both USB ports. The five stereo playback
∙ PGM 3 Source selector
multiplier and time for a selected effect. A bar
channels from each port are summed in the
∙ PGM 4 Source selector
graph represents the effect time relative to its
mixer (playback-1 sums with playback-1 and
playback-2 two sums with playback-2 etc.) USB
audio is 32-bit floating point with a sample rate
of 48 kHz.
• USB-4 Playback (virtual deck four)
∙ PGM 3 Source selector
the last effect is displayed.
∙ PGM 4 Source selector
• USB-5 Playback is the RETURN on the USB
Insert in the FlexFx Loop.
Record channels are assigned as follows:
range. If no effect is selected, the information for
The effect time is normally a product of the BPM
and the Beat multiplier. If the left (<) or right (>)
arrow appears, there is an inequality between
audIo eFFeCts
the BPM*Beat and time. The arrow indicates
∙ PH / CD 1
The internal effects engine is located in the FlexFx
which way to adjust the Beat to correct the
∙ Pre-input selector
Loop. This allows any combination of PGM 1,
inequality and get the closest possible time. If an
∙ Supports Serato Vinyl Control
PGM 2, PGM 3 PGM 4, MIC 1 and MIC 2 to be
asterisk (*) is displayed, the BPM*Beat results in
∙ AUX 1
assigned to an effect. The FlexFx Loop supports
the correct time as displayed.
∙ PGM 1 post fader
recording, cueing and Main Mix level control of
• USB-1 Record is assigned to one of these:
• USB-2 Record is assigned to one of these:
∙ PH / CD 2
an effected signal. This has several advantages
For example, 120 BPM with a 4/1 beat multiplier
over conventional effects assignment.
would result in an effect time of 2000 ms. If the
time is adjusted to a different value, such as
∙ Pre-input selector
Note: Individual effects are turned on/off using
2097 ms, an arrow indicates that the product of
∙ AUX 2
the effects buttons. The FlexFx Loop which
the displayed BPM and multiplier does not result
∙ PGM 2 post fader
includes the two external inserts) is turned
in the displayed effect time. For this example,
On/Off with the FLexFx oN button (off functions
2000 ms is below 2097 ms, so hitting the < Beat
as a loop bypass.
button will snap to 120 * 4/1 and change the time
∙ Supports Serato Vinyl Control
• USB-3 Record is assigned to one of these:
∙ PH / CD 3
to its product, 2000 ms.
∙ Pre-input selector
∙ Supports Serato Vinyl Control
Six built-in effects:
∙ AUX 3
• FILter
• FLaNGer
• PHaSer
A flashing bar graph indicates that the requested
∙ PGM 3 post fader
• HoLD ecHo
• roBot
• reVerB
effect time is out of range.
• USB-4 Record is assigned to one of these:
∙ PH / CD 4
general Behavior
For example, if a BPM of 120 is used with a beat
∙ Pre-input selector
• The effect time is saved for each effect.
multiplier of 4, the resulting time is 2 seconds.
∙ Supports Serato Vinyl Control
• Changing BPM for one effect changes the
If the multiplier is set to 16, the resulting time
∙ AUX 4
∙ PGM 4 post fader
• USB-5 Record is the SEND on the USB-5
Insert in the FlexFx Loop.
• USB-6 Record is assigned to one of these:
BPM for all effects.
would be 8 seconds, which is out of range. In
• Tapping the BPM requires at least two taps.
this case, the time remains at 2 seconds and the
• Changing the Beat multiplier results in an
bar flashes.
immediate change in the effect time.
• Changing the effect time adjusts the
∙ MIC 1
multiplier for other effects so that the new
∙ MIC 2
multiplier is as close as possible to the saved
∙ Main Mix
effect time.
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effect
level/depth Knob
Filter
time encoder
tap Button
Beat Buttons
Adjusts the beat multipliers up or
Adjusts the effect time. Holding the Tap
Flanger
Adjusts the strength of
Button while turning the knob adjusts the
the effect.
BPM. Depressing the knob restarts the effect.
down, which results in a new effect
time.
Value range: 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4,
Value range: 32ms – 32000ms
Phaser
echo
Used to tap in a new
1/1, 2/1 4/1, 8/1, 16/1, 32/1, 62/1
Adjusts the decay of
Adjusts the effect time. The effect time is
the echo. Max results
the length of the recorded sample used for
in no decay, with faster
echoing. Holding the Tap Button while twisting
decay the more the
the knob adjusts the BPM. Depressing the
time.
knob is turned CCW.
knob clears out the current sample used for
Value range: 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1,
Minimum results in no
echoing.
2/1 4/1, 8/1, 16/1
BPM, which results in a
new effect time.
Adjusts the beat multipliers up or
down, which results in a new effect
echo.
Value range: 1ms – 4000ms
robot
that
does
not
compute
reverb
everb
verb
erb
rb
ConneCtIng the mIxer
mIC InPuts
Leave the power unplugged until everything else
The Mic Inputs will accept an XLR 3-pin plug,
is connected!
a balanced ¼˝ TRS (tip-ring sleeve) plug or an
Rane recommends balanced wiring for the
unbalanced TS (tip-sleeve) plug. Mic 1 has a
strongest signal and rejection of hum and noise.
Pgm InPuts 1-4
switchable phantom power option, and Mic 2
If your cable to the amp rack is less than 10 feet
The Sixty-Eight has four stereo analog inputs
has a switchable line level option.
(3 meters), you can usually get away with an
for system connection.
unbalanced cable. See the RaneNote “Sound
for PGM 1 through PGM 4. Any of these analog
System Interconnection” at www.rane.com for
inputs may be set for Phono Input, Line Input
analog outPuts
or S/PDIF using the P - L - S switches located on
All analog outputs come from the same “Main
the rear panel. Unused inputs are best set to
Mix” signal. Main, Booth and Session outputs
LINE. Attach your turntable’s ground wires to the
each have their own Level control. The Main
Power suPPly
Phono Ground connectors.
details and cable wiring.
output is on balanced XLR jacks with pin 2 “hot”
The Sixty-Eight features an internal universal
Any of the four analog inputs may be used for
per AES standards. The Booth output is on
switching power supply that operates on any AC
Scratch Live vinyl emulation control. Input 1 or
balanced ¼˝ TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) jacks, though
mains 100 to 240 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz (most places
Input 2 may be selected for Scratch Live Virtual
unbalanced TS (tip-sleeve) plugs may be used.
in the world). All that is required when traveling
Deck 1 control. Input 3 or 4 may be selected for
The Session output is on regular unbalanced
is the appropriate IEC line cord which is usually
Scratch Live Virtual Deck 2 control. Control input
RCA jacks. Because all signals are identical,
readily available. The universal supply is a major
sources are selected in Scratch Live software.
users may use any of these outputs as the
plus for the traveling DJ.
“main” output if a different cable type is required
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MAIN OUT
RIGHT
LEFT
MADE IN U.S.A. RANE CORP.
BOOTH OUT
RIGHT
100-240V
50/60 Hz 200 WATTS
COMMERCIAL
AUDIO
EQUIPMENT
24TJ
USB B
R
SESSION
OUT
LEFT
ACN
001 345 482
USB A
2
AUX INPUTS
IN
4
3
ANALOG INPUTS
2
L
L
L
R
R
R
S/PDIF
PHONO
GROUNDS
P-L-S
FLEXFX LOOP
1
RETURN
RIGHT
4
RIGHT
INPUT SELECT: PHONO - LINE - S/PDIF
P-L-S
P-L-S
P-L-S
4
SEND
LEFT
3
2
L
6
MIC 1
OFF - +48
1
L
LEFT
MIC 2
3
R
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES
MIC INPUTS
1
R
MIC - LINE
U.S. PATENT 6,813,361
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sCratCh lIve 2.0 PrelImInary Features For the sIxty-eIght mIxer
• 48 K / 32-BIt FloatIng PoInt audIo For the hIghest qualIty PlayBaCK.
• suPPort For 4 deCKs.
• ChoICe oF 2 or 4 deCK modes:
∙ the 4 deck mode has 2 new fully functional decks below the current two.
• ChoICe oF vertICal, horIzontal, or daw mode deCK arrangements
∙ Choose between layouts for both the 2 and 4 deck modes. daw (“digital audio workstation”) mode puts decks stacked top to bottom with
the tracks running horizontally across the screen.
• suPPort For 2 dJs at onCe.
∙ dJ handover is easy with two usB ports. easily switch between two laptops without interrupting the music. eg., dJ a can be playing out
channels 1 and 2, and then hand off those channels one at a time to dJ B.
∙ two dJs can perform in parallel on the same mixer: two dJs connect, configure which channels they output in software, and then dJ side
by-side off the same mixer. eg., dJ a can play out channels 1 and 2, and dJ B can play out channels 3 and 4 at the same time.
• Control oF sCratCh lIve From the hardware Control strIPs
∙ a plug-and-play preset is included which performs standard functions (library navigation, Cues, loops).
∙ scratch live will ship with one preset that matches the functionality of that printed on the mixer.
∙ Customizable presets for advanced users who will be able to switch groups, so the control strips become open-assignable. I.e. like a mIdI
controller, allowing custom functions and mapping.
• reCord your seParate Pgm InPuts, FlexFx usB send, aux InPuts or maIn mIx.
∙ Choose mix, aux, and Pgm Inputs as a possible record source.
• sP-6 samPle Player outPut to mIxer Channels
∙ additional output options will be added to the sP-6 sample Player, allowing a user to choose channels 1-4 or the FlexFx return as output
options. this allows things like having 3 decks coming out channels 1-3 and have the sP-6 coming out channel 4.
• Control and InsertIon oF soFtware Fx usIng the sIxty-eIght Fx Controls.
• reCord your mIx to dIsK wIth Pre-Fader audIo and Fader automatIon reCorded.
∙ this record option allows a user to record not only audio, but fader automation. this can then be imported into a daw for editing.
∙ ableton support with the first release with more to be added at a later date.
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