DJ Controller
DDJ-SR2
pioneerdj.com/support/
http://serato.com/
For FAQs and other support information for this product, visit the above site.
Operating Instructions
Contents
How to read this manual
! Thank you for purchasing this Pioneer DJ product.
Be sure to read this manual and the “Operating Instructions (Quick
Start Guide)” included with the unit. Both documents include
important information that you should understand before using this
product.
! In this manual, buttons, terminals, names of screens and menus
displayed on the product and computer screen, etc., are enclosed
in square brackets ([ ]). (e.g.: [CUE] button, [Files] panel, [MIC]
terminal)
! Screens, external appearance, and software and hardware specifications described in this manual are based on the product that is still
under development and may differ from the final specifications.
! Depending on your operating system, the web browser settings,
etc., the procedures described in this manual may differ from actual
operations.
This manual mainly describes the hardware of this unit. For the
instructions on the Serato DJ software, see the manual provided for
the Serato DJ software.
! The Serato DJ software manual can be downloaded from “Serato.
com”. For details, see Downloading the Serato DJ software manual
(p. 3
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! The latest version of Operating Instructions (this document) can
be downloaded from the Pioneer DJ support site. For details, see
“Acquiring the manual” in “Quick Start Guide”.
Before start
Features........................................................................................................ 3
Accessories.................................................................................................. 4
Installing the software................................................................................. 4
Connections and part names
Connections................................................................................................. 6
Part names and functions.......................................................................... 9
Basic Operation
Connections............................................................................................... 14
Starting the system.................................................................................... 15
Turning off the system............................................................................... 17
Advanced Operation
Using the performance pads.................................................................... 18
Pitch play mode......................................................................................... 20
Using slip mode......................................................................................... 20
Using the fader start function.................................................................. 21
Analyzing tracks......................................................................................... 22
Using effects.............................................................................................. 22
Changing the settings
Launching utilities mode.......................................................................... 25
Utilities modes........................................................................................... 25
Setting utility software............................................................................... 26
Additional information
Troubleshooting......................................................................................... 28
Acquiring the manual............................................................................... 30
Using as a controller for other DJ software............................................. 30
Trademarks and registered trademarks.................................................. 31
Cautions on copyrights............................................................................. 31
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Before start
Before start
Features
Serato DJ support
This unit is a dedicated controller equipped with interfaces for the intuitive operation of various functions of Serato DJ software Serato DJ.
Its operation interfaces such as “BIG JOG,” “PERFORMANCE PADS,”
“2-CHANNEL MIXER,” and “KEY SHIFT,” which embody the design philosophy of Pioneer DJ professional equipment, are positioned with room
to spare over a large body so that DJs can perform various types of DJ
performances as they wish.
In addition, the unit is equipped with dedicated buttons for each of “KEY
SYNC,” “KEY SHIFT,” and “KEY RESET” to enable the quick arrangement
of tracks using key control.
Furthermore, the many input and output terminals support various DJ
styles. The high quality design of the aluminum top panel suits various
scenes such as nightclubs and home parties.
This unit supports Serato DJ, DJ software providing a great number
of the functions required for DJ performances. All of the buttons and
controls of this unit are preset to work together with the software, so DJ
performances using Serato DJ can be performed immediately, simply by
connecting this unit to a computer.
BIG JOG and ON JOG INDICATOR
The unit is equipped with a “BIG JOG” that is of the optimum size and
operation load for performing fast-forward and fast-rewind operations
manually and playing scratch performances. This facilitates scratch performances with operation that feels even more like operation with analog
records. Furthermore, the “ON JOG INDICATOR” positioned at the center
of the jog dial allows the DJ to instantly know the deck performance
state and mode selection state by the lighting colors.
PITCH ’N TIME DJ
The Pitch ’n Time DJ expansion pack of time stretch and key control
algorithms for Serato DJ is bundled with this unit. Using Pitch ’n Time
DJ improves play quality when the tempo has been significantly changed
and allows you to use the “KEY SYNC,” “KEY SHIFT,” and “KEY RESET”
functions.
Key Sync/Shift
Dedicated interfaces are provided to instantly access the “KEY SHIFT”
function which allows controlling the key of tracks, the “KEY SYNC”
function which automatically corrects the key to match the tracks you
wish to mix, and the “KEY RESET” function which allows reverting from
the state with the key changed to the original track key. This facilitates
the arrangement of tracks by changing the key, and smooth mixing that
matches the key of any two tracks.
MULTI-COLOR PERFORMANCE PADS
“MULTI-COLOR PERFORMANCE PADS,” large rubber pads used to operate functions such as HOT CUE, ROLL, and SAMPLER, are positioned at
the front of the unit.
You can arrange music with dynamic actions such as beating and
rolling.
The built-in multi-color illumination on each pad shows you various information on your performance by the color and lighting of the pad.
Professional quality design
The aluminum top panel and jog plate provide a sense of high class.
This unit will be essential for providing a sense of high quality in DJ
performances in clubs and home parties.
High sound quality
The low-jitter clock and high performance DAC adopted to the audio
output circuitry faithfully reproduce the original sound to achieve clear
club sound. Furthermore, the sound quality technology developed in the
Pioneer DJ professional series is adopted to achieve the highest sound
level for a DJ controller.
Multiple connections
This unit is equipped with two external input systems and a MIC input
system that can be used for connecting DJ players, analog players, etc.
The audio of external equipment can also be mixed. In addition, two
MASTER OUT systems (XLR/RCA) and one BOOTH OUT system (TRS)
are provided to also enable connections to various PA devices.
Needle search
You can easily move a playback point by touching the pad.This function
enables intuitive and speedy point search with the sense of touching the
music directly.
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Accessories
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AC adapter x1
Power cord x1
USB cable x1
Warranty (for some regions)1
Operating Instructions (Quick Start Guide) x1
Serato DJ EXPANSION PACK VOUCHER2
Products for Europe only. (The corresponding information is provided on the back cover of the “Operating Instructions (Quick Start
Guide)” for Japan, and on the last page of both the English and
French versions of the “Operating Instructions (Quick Start Guide)”
for the North American region.)
2 Note that the Serato DJ EXPANSION PACK VOUCHER cannot be
reissued. You will need to use the voucher code to activate the expansion pack. Keep the voucher code in a safe place so as not to lose it.
Installing the software
Required operating environment
Supported operating systems
CPU and required memory
Intel® processor, Core™ i5 and i7
1.07 GHz or higher
Mac: macOS Sierra 10.12,
OS X 10.11/10.10/10.9 (latest update)
4 GB or more of RAM
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32-bit
version
Windows® 10/
Windows® 8.1/Windows® 7
(latest service pack)
64-bit
version
Intel processor, Core™ i5 and i7
1.07 GHz or higher
4 GB or more of RAM
Intel® processor, Core™ i5 and i7
1.07 GHz or higher
4 GB or more of RAM
Others
USB port
A USB 2.0 port is required to connect a computer to
this unit.
Display resolution
1280 x 720 or higher
Internet connection
Access to the internet is required for registering the
“Serato.com” user account and downloading the
software.
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Before installing the software
For the latest version of the Serato DJ software, access Serato.com
and download the software from there.
! For details, refer to Installation (Windows) or Installation (Mac).
! Prepare a computer, network devices, etc., that are required to
access the internet.
Driver software
Dedicated driver software is required for outputting audio signals from
a computer.
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! First read the Software end user license agreement on page 3
carefully.
Checking the latest information on the driver software
For detailed information on this unit’s dedicated driver software, see the
following Pioneer DJ support site.
pioneerdj.com/support/
For the latest information on the required operating environment, the compatibility, and information on how to obtain the latest operating system, refer to
“Software Info” for“DDJ-SR2” on the following Pioneer DJ support site.
pioneerdj.com/support/
! The Operating System support assumes that the latest version is used.
! Operation on all computers is not guaranteed even if the computers meet the
required operating environment.
! The CPU and hard disc may not provide sufficient processing capabilities
depending on the power-saving setting, etc. on the computer. Confirm that the
computer meets conditions to provide constant high-performance (for example,
connecting the computer to a power outlet to maintain a stable power supply)
especially when using Serato DJ on a laptop.
! A separate contract with an internet service provider and payment of the utilization fee are required to access the internet.
Obtaining the Serato DJ software
1 Access the Serato site.
http://serato.com/
2 Click [Serato DJ] for [DJ PRODUCTS].
The Serato DJ download page appears.
! The download page is subject to change without notice.
3 Click [DOWNLOAD SERATO DJ] .
Obtaining the driver software
1 Access the Pioneer DJ site.
pioneerdj.com
2 Click [Support].
3 Click [Software & firmware updates].
4 Click [DDJ-SR2] in the [DJ CONTROLLER] category.
5 Click [Drivers].
6 Click [Download link] and save the file.
Serato DJ software
Serato DJ is DJ software developed by Serato. You can give DJ performances by connecting a computer installed with the software to this
unit.
4 Create an account on “Serato.com”.
! If you have already registered a user account on “Serato.com”,
proceed to step 6.
! Register a user account by following the procedure below.
— Input your e-mail address, set a password and select a region
by following the instructions on the screen.
— If you place a check mark on [E-mail me Serato newsletters], , newsletters providing the latest information on Serato
products will be sent to you from Serato.
— When the user account registration is completed, an e-mail
will be sent to the registered e-mail address. Check the contents of the e-mail sent from “Serato.com”.
! Make sure not to forget the e-mail address and password you
have registered.
! The personal information registered to the user account may be
collected, processed and used according to the privacy policy on
the Serato website.
5 Click the link in the e-mail sent from “Serato.com”.
You can access the Serato DJ download page by clicking the link.
Proceed to step 7.
6 Log in to the site.
Input the e-mail address and password that you registered.
7 Download the Serato DJ software from the download
page.
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Installation (Windows)
Do not connect this unit and the computer until the installation is
completed.
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! First read the Software end user license agreement on page 3
carefully.
! Log in to the computer as the administrator before installation.
! Close all the applications running on the computer before
installation.
! Close all the applications running on the computer before
installation.
1 Extract the downloaded driver software (DDJSR2XXXXexe.zip).
2 Double-click [DDJ-SR2_M_X.X.X.dmg].
2 Double-click [DDJ-SR2_X.XXX.exe].
3 Complete the installation by following the
instructions on the screen.
If [Windows Security] appears on the screen while the installation is in
progress, click [Install this driver software anyway] to continue the
installation.
When the installation is completed, a completion message appears.
After installing the driver software, perform the installation of the Serato
DJ software.
Before start
Do not connect this unit and the computer until the installation is
completed.
Installation (Mac)
1 Extract the downloaded driver software (DDJSR2XXXdmg.zip).
3 Double-click [DDJ-SR2_AudioDriver.pkg].
4 Complete the installation by following the
instructions on the screen.
5 Unzip the downloaded Serato DJ software file.
6 Double-click the Serato DJ software to launch the
installer.
7 Read the license agreement, select [Agree] if you
agree to the terms.
4 Unzip the downloaded Serato DJ software file.
5 Double-click the Serato DJ software to launch the
installer.
6 Read the license agreement, select [I agree to the
license terms and conditions] if you agree to the terms,
and click [Install] to execute the installation.
! If you do not agree to the usage agreement, click [Disagree] to
cancel the installation.
! If you do not agree to the license agreement, click [Close] to
cancel the installation.
Installation begins.
8 If the following screen appears, drag and drop the
[Serato DJ] icon on the [Applications] folder icon.
When the installation is completed, an installation successful message
appears.
7 Click [Close] to close the Serato DJ installer.
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Connections and part names
Connections
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Connect the power cord to a power outlet after all the connections are completed.
Turn off this unit and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet before connecting components or changing the connections.
Refer to the operating instructions for the components to be connected.
Be sure to use the supplied power cord.
Be sure to use the USB cable included with this product or the one that conforms to USB 2.0.
Part names
Rear panel
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1Kensington security slot
2BOOTH terminals
These are the output terminals for a booth monitor. Compatible with
balanced or unbalanced output for 1/4” TRS connectors.
The master channel sound can be output from the [BOOTH] output
terminals regardless of the audio level set for the master channel.
The volume level can be adjusted with the [BOOTH MONITOR]
control.
! The sound will be distorted if the level is raised too high when
using unbalanced outputs.
3MASTER 2 terminals
Connect to a power amplifier, etc.
! Compatible with RCA pin-jack type unbalanced outputs.
4MASTER 1 terminals
Connect powered speakers, etc., here.
! Compatible with XLR connector type balanced outputs.
! Be careful not to accidentally insert the power cord of
another unit to [MASTER 1] terminal.
! Do not connect the terminal that can supply phantom
power to the [MASTER 1] terminal.
5PHONO/LINE input terminals
Connect a phono level (for MM cartridges) output device (analog
player, etc.) or a line level output device (DJ player, etc.). Switch
the input source according to the connected device using the
[PHONO/LINE] switch on this unit’s rear panel.
6PHONO/LINE switches
Selects the input source for each channel from the components
connected to this unit.
—[PHONO]: Select this to use a phono level (for MM cartridges)
output device (analog player, etc.) connected to the [PHONO/
LINE] input terminals.
—[LINE]: Select this to use a line level output device (DJ player,
etc.) connected to the [PHONO/LINE] input terminals.
7SIGNAL GND terminal
Connect a ground wire of an analog player to reduce noise that
occurs when an analog player is connected.
8MIC terminal
Connect a microphone.
! Compatible with a 1/4” TS jack.
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9USB port
Connect to a computer.
! Connect this unit and the computer directly using the included
USB cable.
! A USB hub cannot be used.
aDC IN terminal
Connect to a power outlet using the included AC adapter (with the
included power cord connected).
bCord hook
Catch the AC adapter’s power cord and USB cable on this hook
when using this unit.
cSTANDBY/ON switch
This switches this unit’s power between on and standby.
Front panel
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Connections and part names
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1PHONES jacks
2HEADPHONES LEVEL control
Connect headphones.
Compatible with a 1/4” TRS jack and 3.5 mm stereo mini jack.
! There are two input jacks, a 1/4” TRS jack and a 3.5 mm stereo
mini jack, but do not use both of them simultaneously. If both are
used simultaneously, when one is disconnected or connected,
the volume of the other may increase or decrease suddenly.
Adjusts the level of sound output from the headphones.
3MIC LEVEL control
Adjusts the level of sound input to the [MIC] input terminals.
Connecting input/output terminals
Connecting input terminals
Rear panel
DJ player
Analog player
To power outlet
AC adapter
(included)
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Analog player
Microphone
Computer
DJ player
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Connecting output terminals
Rear panel
Component, amplifier, powered speaker, etc.
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L
Power amplifier (for booth monitor),
powered speakers, etc.
Power amplifier,
powered speakers, etc.1
1 Be careful not to accidentally insert the power cord of another
unit to [MASTER 1] terminal.
Do not connect the terminal that can supply phantom power to
the [MASTER 1] terminal.
Front panel
Headphones
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3LOAD (ARTIST) button
Part names and functions
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
The library’s track list is sorted when one of the [LOAD (ARTIST)]
buttons is pressed.
4BACK (VIEW) button
Press:
The cursor moves between the [CRATES] panel and library each time
the button is pressed.
Connections and part names
Press:
The selected tracks are loaded to the respective decks.
! When the [LOAD (ARTIST)] button is pressed twice, the tracks
loaded in the selected deck on the opposite side are loaded into
the deck whose [LOAD (ARTIST)] button was pressed. When this
is done while a track is playing, the track is played from the same
position. (Instant Double)
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Switches the Serato DJ layout.
5LOAD PREPARE (AREA) button
Press:
Loads tracks to the [Prepare] panel.
1Browser section
2Deck sections
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Selects and opens the [Files] panel, [Browse] panel, [Prepare] panel
or [History] panel.
3Mixer section
4Effect section
Deck sections
Browser section
The deck sections are used to control the four decks. The buttons and
controls for operating decks 1 and 3 are located on the left side of the
controller, and those for operating decks 2 and 4 are located on the right
side of the controller.
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1Rotary selector
Turn:
The cursor in the library or on the [CRATES] panel moves up and
down.
Press:
The cursor moves between the [CRATES] panel and library each time
the rotary selector is pressed.
2LOAD (BPM) button
Press:
The selected tracks are loaded to the respective decks.
! When the [LOAD (BPM)] button is pressed twice, the tracks
loaded in the selected deck on the opposite side are loaded into
the deck whose [LOAD (BPM)] button was pressed. When this is
done while a track is playing, the track is played from the same
position. (Instant Double)
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
The library’s track list is sorted when one of the [LOAD (BPM)] buttons is pressed.
1Jog dial display section
= Jog dial display section (p.​13​)
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2Jog dial
aAUTO LOOP button
Turn top section:
When vinyl mode is on, scratching operation is possible.
When vinyl mode is off, pitch bending operation (adjustment of the
playing speed) is possible.
Turn outer section:
Pitch bending (adjustment of the playing speed) is possible.
[SHIFT] + Press turn top section:
The playback position skips in sync with the beat. (Skip mode)
! Skip mode cannot be used with tracks for which no beatgrid is
set. For details on setting beatgrids, see the Serato DJ software
manual.
! To use skip mode, [SYNC PREFERENCES] in the Serato DJ
[SETUP] menu must be switched to [Smart Sync].
3NEEDLE SEARCH pad
By touching the pad, you can jump to the desired position in the
track loaded in the deck.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Switches looping between active and non-active. (Loop Active)
! Even if looping is active, if there is no playback position in that
loop, loop playback is not performed.
! When the playback position enters the active loop, loop playback
starts.
! During loop playback, this operation cancels looping.
bLOOP 2X button
Press:
Selects the auto loop beat.
During loop playback, the length of loop playback is doubled each
time this button is pressed.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
During loop playback, moves the loop to the right by the amount
equal to its length. (Loop Shift)
4SLIP (VINYL) button
Turns slip mode on and off.
= Using slip mode (p.​20​)
cLOOP 1/2X button
Press:
Selects the auto loop beat.
Halves the loop playback length.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Turns vinyl mode on and off.
5TEMPO slider
Adjusts the track playing speed.
When the deck is switched, if the value controlled by Serato DJ and
the position of this unit’s [TEMPO] slider are different, you cannot
operate the [TEMPO] slider unless it is moved to the position controlled by Serato DJ.
! The default setting of the [TEMPO] slider of deck 3 and 4 of
Serato DJ is ±0.0 %.
6KEY LOCK button
Press:
Turns the key lock function on and off.
When the key lock function is on, the key does not change even when
the playing speed is changed with the [TEMPO] slider.
The sound is digitally processed, so the sound quality decreases.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Switches the [TEMPO] slider’s range of variation each time the button is pressed.
[±8 %]
Press:
Turns the auto loop function on and off.
! During loop playback, this operation cancels looping.
[±16 %]
[±50 %]
Press for over 1 second:
Sets the tempo (BPM) of the track currently playing back to its original tempo.
7KEY SYNC button
Press:
Matches the key to that of the other deck.
8KEY SHIFTc button, KEY SHIFTd button
Press:
Raises and lowers the key.
9RESET button
Press the [RESET] button to return to the original key.
The 7 to 9 buttons support the Pitch ’n Time DJ function. This
function needs to be activated before it can be used. For details, see
“Pitch ’n Time DJ Activation Manual” from “Software Info” on the
Pioneer DJ support site below.
pioneerdj.com/support/
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
During loop playback, moves the loop to the left by the amount equal
to its length. (Loop Shift)
dLOOP OUT button
Press:
The loop out point is set, and loop playback starts.
When this button is pressed during loop playback, the loop out point
can be fine-adjusted using the jog dial.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Cancels loop playback. (Loop Exit)
When this operation is performed after loop playback is canceled,
playback returns to the previously set loop-in point and loop playback
resumes. (Reloop)
eLOOP IN button
Press:
Sets the loop-in point.
When this button is pressed during loop playback, the loop-in point
can be fine-adjusted using the jog dial.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Switches the loop slot.
When loops are stored in loop slots ahead of time, they can be called
out later.
! Up to eight loops can be set in the loop slots.
! When you select the number of the loop slot to which you want
to store the loop and then set a loop, the loop is automatically
stored.
! When a new loop is set after a loop has been stored, the loop is
overwritten and the loop stored in the slot is updated.
! When the number of the loop slot whose loop you want to call out
is selected and the [LOOP OUT] button is pressed while pressing
the [SHIFT] button (reloop), playback of the stored loop starts.
Press for over 1 second:
Turns the auto 4-beat loop on.
fPARAMETER1 (PARAMETER2) c button, d button
Sets the various parameters for using the performance pads.
= Using the performance pads (p.​18​)
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gHOT CUE mode button
nSYNC button
Press:
The tempos (pitches) and beat grids of tracks on multiple decks can
be synchronized automatically.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Sets the cue loop mode.
= Using cue loops (p.​19​)
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Cancels sync mode.
hROLL mode button
Press:
Sets the roll mode.
= Using the roll function (p.​18​)
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Sets the saved loop mode.
= Using saved loops (p.​20​)
Press for over 1 second:
Turns pad trans mode on.
= Using pad trans (p.​20​)
iSLICER mode button
Press:
Sets slicer mode.
! To cancel slicer mode, press the [ROLL] mode, [SAMPLER] mode
or [HOT CUE] mode button.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Sets slicer loop mode.
jSAMPLER mode button
Press:
Sets the sampler mode.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Sets pitch play mode.
! For details, see Pitch play mode on page ​20​.
kPerformance pads
Use these pads to achieve various performances.
= Using the performance pads (p.​18​)
lPLAY/PAUSE f button
Press:
Plays or pauses the track being played back.
! When the this button is pressed during Cue Sampler, playback
continues from that point.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
The track returns to the temporary cue point and playback continues
from there. (Stutter)
mCUE button
Press:
Sets, plays or calls out temporary cue points.
! When the [CUE] button is pressed while pausing, the temporary
cue point is set.
! When the [CUE] button is pressed during playback, the track
returns to the temporary cue point and pauses. (Back Cue)
! When the [CUE] button is pressed and held after the track
returns to the temporary cue point, playback continues while the
button is pressed in. (Cue Sampler)
! When the this button is pressed during Cue Sampler, playback
continues from that point.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Loads the previous track in the track list. (Previous Track)
! If the current playback position is not the beginning of a track,
the track returns to the beginning.
oSHIFT button
Press this button while another button is pressed to call out a different function.
pGRID SLIDE button
Press:
When the jog dial is turned while pressing the [GRID SLIDE] button,
the overall beat grid can be slid to the left or right.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Clears the beat markers. (Grid Clear)
Connections and part names
Press:
Sets hot cue mode.
= Using hot cues (p.​18​)
qGRID ADJUST button
Press:
When the jog dial is turned while pressing the [GRID ADJUST] button, the beat grid interval can be adjusted.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Sets a beat marker. (Grid Set)
! Beat markers can be set at multiple points.
rCENSOR (REVERSE/WAKE UP) button
Press:
(During normal operation)
While this button is pressed, the track is played in the reverse direction. Normal playback resumes when the button is released.
! Even during playback in the reverse direction, normal playback
continues in the background. When the button is released, playback resumes from the point reached in the background.
(During standby status)
Standby mode is canceled.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Plays the track in the reverse direction. When the [SHIFT] and
[CENSOR] buttons are pressed again, reverse playback is canceled
and normal playback resumes.
sPANEL button
Press:
Switches the panel display in the following order each time the button is pressed.
Panel display off l [REC] panel l [FX] panel l [Sampler] panel
l Panel display off ...
! When Serato-Video is installed and enabled from the [SETUP]
menu, a key for switching to the [VIDEO] panel is displayed on
the Serato DJ screen. To display the [VIDEO] panel, use the
mouse to click this key to switch to the [VIDEO] panel.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Switches the panel display in the following order each time the button is pressed.
Panel display off l [Sampler] panel l [FX] panel l [REC] panel
l Panel display off ...
! When Serato-Video is installed and enabled from the [SETUP]
menu, a key for switching to the [VIDEO] panel is displayed on
the Serato DJ screen. To display the [VIDEO] panel, use the
mouse to click this key to switch to the [VIDEO] panel.
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8MASTER LEVEL control
Mixer section
Adjusts the level of sound output for the master channel.
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9BOOTH MONITOR control
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aHEADPHONES MIXING control
Adjusts the level of sound output from the [BOOTH] terminal.
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bSAMPLER VOL control
Adjusts the sound level of the sampler.
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Adjusts the balance of the monitor volume between the sound of the
channels for which the headphones [CUE] button is pressed and the
sound of the master channel.
cChannel Level Indicator
Displays the sound level of each channel before it passes through
the channel faders.
dMaster level indicator
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Displays the level of sound output for the master channel.
Effect section
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The effect section is used to control the two effect units (FX1 and FX2).
Controls and buttons used to operate the FX1 unit are located on the left
side of the controller, and those used to operate the FX2 unit are located
on the right side of the controller. Set the target channels to apply the
effects to using the effect assign buttons on the mixer section.
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2
1INPUT SELECT switch
Selects the input source for each channel from the components
connected to this unit.
![DECK1-4]: Select this to use the track loaded in a deck of the
Serato DJ software.
![PHONO/LINE]: Select this to use the device connected to the
[PHONO/LINE] input terminals on the rear panel.
2TRIM control
Adjusts the level of sound input to each channel.
3EQ (HI, MID, LOW) controls
Boosts or cuts frequencies for the different channels.
4FILTER control
Applies the filter effect.
5Headphones CUE button
Press:
Outputs to the headphones the sound of channels for which this
button is pressed.
! When the headphones [CUE] button is pressed again, monitoring
is canceled.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Sets the track’s tempo by tapping the button. (Tap function)
! When the tap function is used, the deck section display on the
computer screen switches to the [Beatgrid Editor] display. To
switch the deck section display back to how it was before, click
[Edit Grid] on the computer screen.
6Channel fader
Move:
Adjusts the level of sound output from each channel.
[SHIFT] + move:
Enables the channel fader start function.
= Using the channel fader start function (p. ​21​)
7Crossfader
Outputs the sound assigned by the crossfader assign switch.
[SHIFT] + move:
Enables the crossfader start function.
= Using the crossfader start function (p.​21​)
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4
5
1Effect parameter controls
Adjusts the effects’ parameters.
2FX BEATS control
Adjusts the effect time.
[SHIFT] + Press this knob:
= Switching the effect’s tempo mode (p.​23​)
3Effect parameter buttons
Press:
Turns the effect on and off or switches the parameter.
[SHIFT] + Press this button:
Switches the effect type.
4FX 1 ASSIGN button
Turns effect unit FX1 on and off for the respective channel.
5FX 2 ASSIGN button
Turns effect unit FX2 on and off for the respective channel.
Front panel
2
Connections and part names
1
3
1PHONES jacks
2HEADPHONES LEVEL control
Adjusts the level of sound output from the headphones.
3MIC LEVEL control
Adjusts the level of sound output from the [MIC] channel.
Jog dial display section
1
1ON JOG INDICATOR
The display item can be changed in utilities mode.
The following settings are available.
Deck selection indication:
The deck selected with the [INPUT SELECT] switch is indicated by the
lighting color of the jog.
! Lit in red: When [DECK1] or [DECK2] is selected
! Lit in amber: When [DECK3] or [DECK4] is selected
! Off: When [PHONO/LINE] is selected
Vinyl indication:
The jog lights up according to the [VINYL] mode state.
— Lit in blue: When [VINYL] mode is on
— Off: When [VINYL] mode is off
Track color indication:
The jog lights in the color of the track set in Serato DJ. When black is
set, it does not light.
The following statuses are indicated depending on the play status,
fader setting, etc.
On Air indication:
When the trim position and fader position are at the minimum values, the jog is dimmed in the color set above.
End warning indication:
Flashes when playback of the track is nearing the end.
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Basic Operation
6 Press the [STANDBY/ON] switch on the rear panel of
this unit to turn this unit on.
Connections
1 Connect headphones to the [PHONES] terminal.
2 Connect powered speakers, a power amplifier,
components, etc. to the [MASTER 1] or [MASTER 2]
terminal.
This unit turns on.
! For Windows users
[Installing device driver software] may appear when this unit
is connected to the computer for the first time or connected to a
different USB port on the computer. Wait for a while until [Your
devices are ready for use] appears.
7 Turn on the devices connected to the output
terminals (powered speakers, power amplifier,
components, etc.).
! When a microphone, DJ player or other external device is connected to the input terminals, the connected device also turns
on.
Powered speaker, etc.
! To output sound from the [BOOTH] terminals, connect speakers,
etc. to the [BOOTH] terminals.
! For details on connecting to the input/output terminals, see the
Operating Instructions.
3 Connect this unit to your computer using a USB cable.
USB cable
(included)
4 Turn the computer on.
5 Connect the AC adapter.
AC adapter
(included)
To power outlet
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Starting the system
Launching Serato DJ
Basic Operation
For Windows 7
From the [Start] menu, click [All Programs] > [Serato] > [Serato DJ] > the [Serato DJ] icon in order.
For Windows 10/8.1
From [Apps view], click the [Serato DJ] icon.
For Mac
In the Finder, open the [Applications] folder, and click the [Serato DJ] icon.
Computer screen displayed directly after the Serato DJ software is launched
A
C
1
2
1[BUY/ACTIVATE]may appear at the right bottom of the screen when Serato DJ is launched for the first time. There is no need for DDJ-SR2 users to
activate or purchase the license.
2 Click [Online] to use the unit as is.
Computer screen displayed when a track is loaded to the Serato DJ software
Click [Library] at the upper left of the screen, and select [Vertical] or [Horizontal] from the pull-down list to set the display style of the Serato DJ
screen.
A
B
A
C
A Deck sections
Displays the track information (the name of the loaded track, artist name, BPM, etc.), the overall waveform, and other information.
B Waveform display
Displays the waveform of the loaded track.
C Browser section
Displays the crates in which tracks in the library or sets of multiple tracks are stored.
This manual mainly describes the hardware of this unit. For the instructions on the Serato DJ software, see the manual provided for the Serato DJ
software.
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Importing tracks
The basic procedure for importing tracks is as follows.
! There are various methods to import tracks with the Serato DJ software. For details, see the manual provided for the Serato DJ software.
! You can use the track libraries you have created when using the Serato DJ functions (Scratch Live, ITCH or Serato DJ Intro).
! Re-analysis of tracks may be required for using the track libraries you have created when using the Serato DJ Intro Intro function.
1 Click the [Files] key on the Serato DJ screen to open the [Files] panel.
The contents of your computer or the components connected to the computer are displayed in the [Files] panel.
2 Click a folder containing the tracks to be added to the library on the [Files] panel.
3 Drag and drop the selected folder to the crates panel.
A crate is created and the tracks are added to the library.
a
b
a [Files] panel
b Crates panel
Loading and playing tracks
The following is the procedure for loading tracks to deck [1] as an
example.
2 Press the rotary selector, move the cursor to the
library pane on the Serato DJ screen, and turn the rotary
selector to select a track.
a
b
a Library
b Crates panel
3 Press the [LOAD] button to load the selected track
onto the deck.
1Rotary selector
2BACK (VIEW) button
3LOAD button
1 Press the [BACK (VIEW)] button on the unit, move the
cursor to the crates panel on the Serato DJ screen, and
turn the rotary selector on the unit to select the crate,
etc.
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Playing tracks and outputting the sound
2 Press the [f] button to play the track.
Basic Operation
The following is the procedure for outputting the channel 1 sound as an
example.
! Set the volume of the components (power amplifier, powered speakers, etc.) connected to the [MASTER 1] and [MASTER 2] terminals to
an appropriate level. Note that loud sound is output if the volume is
set to high.
4
5
a
6
b
c
3 Turn the [TRIM] control.
Adjust the [TRIM] control to confirm that the channel level indicator
lights up in orange at the highest volume.
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4 Move the channel fader forward.
5 Rotate the [MASTER LEVEL] control to adjust the
sound level of the speakers.
Adjust the level of sound output from the [MASTER 1] and [MASTER 2]
terminals to an appropriate level.
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9
Monitoring sound with headphones
Set the controls, etc. as follows.
4INPUT SELECT switch
5TRIM control
Name of part
Operation
HEADPHONES MIXING control
Set to the center position.
HEADPHONES LEVEL control
Rotate it clockwise until it
stops.
6EQ (HI, MID, LOW) controls
1 Press the headphones [CUE] button for the channel 1.
7Headphones CUE button
2 Rotate the [HEADPHONES LEVEL] control.
8Channel fader
Adjust the level of sound output from the headphones to an appropriate
level.
9Crossfader
aMASTER LEVEL control
Note
This unit and the Serato DJ software provide various functions that
enable individualistic DJ performances. For details on those functions,
see the manual provided for the Serato DJ software.
bBOOTH MONITOR control
cHEADPHONES MIXING control
1 Set the controls, etc. as follows.
Name of part
Operation
MASTER LEVEL control
Rotate it clockwise until it
stops.
INPUT SELECT switch
Set to the [DECK] position.
TRIM control
Rotate it clockwise until it
stops.
EQ (HI, MID, LOW) controls
Set to the center position.
Channel fader
Move it forward.
Turning off the system
1 Close [Serato DJ].
A confirmation message for closing the software appears on the screen.
Click [Yes] to close.
2 Press the [STANDBY/ON] switch on the rear panel of
this unit to set this unit to standby mode.
3 Disconnect the USB cable from the computer.
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Advanced Operation
The descriptions from this point on are for functions not described in
the Serato DJ software manual and are specifically for when this unit
and Serato DJ are used in combination.
Using the performance pads
These functions are switched using the respective pad mode buttons
(the [HOT CUE] mode button, [ROLL] mode button, [SLICER] mode button and [SAMPLER] mode button).
Using hot cues
With this function, playback can be started instantaneously from the
position at which a hot cue is set.
! Up to eight hot cue points can be set and saved per track.
1 Press the [HOT CUE] mode button.
The [HOT CUE] mode button lights up and the mode switches to hot cue
mode.
2 In play or pause mode, press a performance pad to set
the hot cue point.
The hot cue points are assigned to the respective performance pads as
shown below.
Hot cue 1
Hot cue 2
Hot cue 3
Hot cue 4
Hot cue 5
Hot cue 6
Hot cue 7
Hot cue 8
2 Press and hold one of the performance pads.
A loop roll with the number of beats assigned to the pad that was
pressed is played. Playback continues in the background during loop roll
playback.
! The number of beats of the loop roll currently playing can be
changed by pressing the [LOOP 1/2X] button, [LOOP 2X] button,
[PARAMETERc] button, or [PARAMETERd] button during loop roll
playback.
3 Release the performance pad.
Loop roll playback is canceled, and playback resumes from the position
reached in the background.
Using the slicer function
The specified range is divided into eight equal sections, and these eight
sliced sections are assigned to the respective performance pads. While
one of the performance pads is pressed, the sound for the section
assigned to that pad is played in a loop.
During loop playback of the pad’s sound, normal playback with the
original rhythm continues in the background. When the pad is released
and loop playback ends, playback resumes from the position reached at
that point.
! The slicer function cannot be used with tracks for which no beatgrid
is set. For details on setting beatgrids, see the Serato DJ software
manual.
1 Press the [SLICER] mode button.
3 Press the performance pad to which the hot cue point
was set.
Playback starts from the hot cue point.
! Hot cue points that are set can be cleared by pressing a performance
pad while pressing the [SHIFT] button.
Using the roll function
When a performance pad is pressed, a loop with the number of beats
assigned to that pad is set and loop playback continues as long as the
pad is being pressed.
During loop roll playback, normal playback with the original rhythm continues in the background. When loop roll playback is canceled, playback
resumes from the position reached in the background at the point loop
roll playback was canceled.
The [SLICER] mode button lights up and the mode switches to slicer
mode.
! While pressing the [SHIFT] button, pressing the [SLICER] mode button switches the mode to slicer loop mode.
! For details, see Slicer mode and slicer loop mode on page ​19​.
2 Press the [PARAMETERc] or [PARAMETERd] button
while pressing the [SHIFT] button.
Set the domain for the slicer function. The value set for the domain
switches each time one of the buttons is pressed while pressing the
[SHIFT] button.
The domain can be set to one of six settings: 2 beats, 4 beats, 8 beats, 16
beats, 32 beats or 64 beats.
The eight equal sections into which the range specified with the domain
setting have been sliced are assigned to the respective performance
pads as shown below.
Domain
1 Press the [ROLL] mode button.
The [ROLL] mode button lights up and the mode switches to the roll
mode.
1/8 beat
1/4 beat
1/2 beat
1 beat
1
2 beats
4 beats
8 beats
16 beat
The range of beats set for the loop roll is displayed on the computer’s screen.
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3
4
5
6
Sliced sections 1 to 8
7
8
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
4 Press the performance pads while pressing the [SHIFT]
button to load the tracks into the respective slots of the
sampler panel.
The sampler settings and loaded tracks are saved.
5 Press a performance pad.
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
The sound for the slot assigned to the pad that was pressed is played.
! The playback method differs depending on the Serato DJ sampler
mode. For details, see the Serato DJ software manual.
Set the quantization for the slicer function. The value set for the quantization switches each time one of the buttons is pressed.
The quantization can be set to one of four settings: 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 and 1.
The length of the loop which is played while the pad is being pressed
can be changed with the “QUANTIZATION” setting. For example, when
“QUANTIZATION” is set to “1”, the entire section assigned to the pad is
played in a loop, and when “QUANTIZATION” is set to “1/2”, only the first
half of the section assigned to the pad is played in a loop.
4 Press and hold one of the performance pads.
When the pad is pressed and held, the sound is played in a loop.
When the pad is released, the track returns to the position that is playing
in the background.
! The length of loop playback differs depending on the quantization
setting.
Slicer mode and slicer loop mode
Slicer mode
When the playback position advances to the end of the range that has
been sliced into eight equal sections, the range shown on the display
switches to the next eight sliced sections, and these sliced sections
are assigned to the respective pads, replacing the previously assigned
sections.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2…
Slicer loop mode
When the playback position advances to the end of the range that was
sliced into eight equal parts, the playback position returns to the beginning of the range that was sliced into eight equal parts.
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6
Slot 7
Slot 8
! When a performance pad is pressed while pressing the [SHIFT] button, the sound of the slot that is currently playing stops.
Advanced Operation
3 Press the [PARAMETERc] or [PARAMETERd] button.
Using cue loops
1 Press the [HOT CUE] mode button while pressing the
[SHIFT] button.
The mode switches to cue loop mode.
2 During playback, press a performance pad.
The loop-in point is set at the hot cue slot and loop playback starts.
! The length of the loop at this time is the number of beats set for auto
looping.
The loop-in points are assigned to the performance pads as shown
below.
Loop 1
Loop 2
Loop 3
Loop 4
Loop 5
Loop 6
Loop 7
Loop 8
! With the cue loop function, the hot cue point is used as the loop-in
point.
If a performance pad to which a hot cue point is already set is
pressed, loop playback starts from that hot cue point.
3 During loop playback, press the [PARAMETERc]
button.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Using the sampler function
The tracks loaded in the sampler slots of the sampler can be played
using the performance pads.
1 Press the [PANEL] button to open the sampler panel
on the computer screen.
2 Press the [SAMPLER] mode button.
The [SAMPLER] mode button lights up and the mode switches to the
sampler mode.
3 Press the [PARAMETERc] or [PARAMETERd] button.
The sampler bank is switched. The sampler has the four banks of A, B, C,
and D, and each bank has eight slots.
The loop length is cut in half.
Pressing the [LOOP 1/2X] button obtains the same effect.
4 During loop playback, press the [PARAMETERd]
button.
The loop length is doubled.
Pressing the [LOOP 2X] button obtains the same effect.
5 During loop playback, press the [PARAMETERc]
or [PARAMETERd] button while pressing the [SHIFT]
button.
The loop moves, maintaining the same length (loop shift).
6 While pressing the [SHIFT] button, press the same
performance pad.
The track returns to the set loop-in point and loop playback continues.
7 Press the same performance pad again.
Loop playback is canceled.
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Using saved loops
Pitch play mode
With this function, a loop is saved in a loop slot in Serato DJ or a saved
loop is called.
To use this function, you need to activate the Pitch ’n Time DJ function.
For details, see “Pitch ’n Time DJ Activation Manual” from “Software
Info” on the Pioneer DJ support site below.
pioneerdj.com/support/
1 Press the [ROLL] mode button while pressing the
[SHIFT] button.
The mode switches to saved loop mode.
2 During loop playback, press a performance pad.
The loop is assigned to a loop slot on Serato DJ.
Slot 1
Slot 5
Slot 2
Slot 6
1 Press the [SAMPLER] mode button while pressing the
[SHIFT] button.
2 Press a performance pad while pressing the [SHIFT]
button to select a registered hot cue point.
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 7
Slot 8
3 Press a performance pad.
Pressing the [PARAMETERc] button or [PARAMETERd] button selects
the pitch range from the up range, middle range, and down range.
Playback starts from the hot cue point selected in step 2 at the pitch
assigned to the pressed pad.
Up range
3 Press the performance pad while pressing the [SHIFT]
button.
+4
+5
+6
+7
0
+1
+2
+3
0
+1
+2
+3
−4
−3
−2
−1
−3
−2
−1
0
−7
−6
−5
−4
Playback continues from the beginning of the loop.
4 Press the same performance pad again.
Loop playback is canceled.
5 During loop playback, press the [PARAMETERc]
button.
The loop length is cut in half.
Middle range
6 During loop playback, press the [PARAMETERd]
button.
The loop length is doubled.
7 During loop playback, press the [PARAMETERc]
or [PARAMETERd] button while pressing the [SHIFT]
button.
The loop moves, maintaining the same length (loop shift).
Down range
Using pad trans
This function cuts the sound according to the beat timing of the BPM of
the track that is loaded in the deck.
1 Press and hold the [ROLL] button.
The mode switches to the pad trans mode.
The pad trans beats are assigned to the respective pads as shown below.
1/16 beat
1/8 beat
1/4 beat
1 beat
Using slip mode
1 beat
2 beat
1/3 beat
Manual
The sound is cut while a manual pad is pressed.
2 Press and hold a pad during playback.
The sound is cut according to the beat timing while the pad is pressed
and held.
! Pad trans mode will not operate when the channel fader is lowered
to the bottommost position. Use the mode with the channel fader
raised.
3 Release your finger from the pad.
Normal playback resumes.
When slip mode is turned on, normal playback with the original rhythm
continues in the background during scratching, looping and hot cue
playback. When scratching, looping or hot cue playback is canceled,
normal playback resumes from the position reached up to the point at
which the operation was canceled.
Various performances can be achieved without breaking the rhythm.
! The [SLIP] button flashes as set in utilities mode.
Slip scratching
1 Press the [SLIP] button while pressing the [SHIFT]
button.
The unit switches to vinyl mode.
2 During playback, operate the top of the jog dial to
scratch.
Normal playback continues in the background even while scratching.
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3 Release your hand from the top of the jog dial.
Playback starts from the position reached in the background.
! To cancel slip mode, press the [SLIP] button again.
Slip hot cue
1 Press the [HOT CUE] mode button.
Set the hot cue mode.
Loop playback starts.
Normal playback continues in the background even during loop
playback.
3 Press the [LOOP OUT] button while pressing the
[SHIFT] button.
Looping is canceled and playback starts from the position reached in the
background.
! To cancel slip mode, press the [SLIP] button again.
Press a performance pad to set the hot cue.
3 Press the [SLIP] button.
The mode switches to slip mode.
Using the fader start function
4 During playback, press and hold a performance pad.
Playback starts from the position at which the hot cue was set. Playback
continues as long as the performance pad is pressed.
Normal playback continues in the background even while the hot cue is
playing.
5 Release your finger from the performance pad.
Playback starts from the position reached in the background.
! To cancel slip mode, press the [SLIP] button again.
Slip braking
1 Set the stop speed in the setting screen of Serato DJ.
The stop speed setting adjusts the speed at which the track stops from
the play mode.
2 Press the [SLIP] button.
The mode switches to slip mode.
3 During playback, press the [PLAY/PAUSE f] button.
Playback slowly stops while the button is being pressed. Normal playback continues in the background while playback is slowly stopping.
4 Press the [PLAY/PAUSE f] button again.
Playback starts from the position reached in the background.
! To cancel slip mode, press the [SLIP] button again.
Auto slip looping
1 Press the [SLIP] button.
The mode switches to slip mode.
2 Press the [LOOP 1/2X] or [LOOP 2X] button.
Select the auto loop beat.
3 Press the [AUTO LOOP] button.
A loop with the specified number of beats is set and loop playback starts.
Normal playback continues in the background even during loop
playback.
4 Press the [AUTO LOOP] button again.
Looping is canceled and playback starts from the position reached in the
background.
! To cancel slip mode, press the [SLIP] button again.
Manual slip looping
Creating a loop and slipping it
Using the channel fader start function
1 Set the cue.
Advanced Operation
2 Set the hot cue.
2 Press the [LOOP IN] button, then press the
[LOOP OUT] button.
Pause at the position from which you want to start playback, then press
the [CUE] button for the corresponding deck.
! Cues can also be set by moving the channel fader from the back to
the position nearest you while pressing the [SHIFT] button in the
pause mode.
2 While pressing the [SHIFT] button, move the channel
fader from the position nearest you towards the back.
Playback of the track starts from the set cue point.
! When the channel fader is moved back to the position nearest you
while pressing the [SHIFT] button during playback, the track moves
instantaneously back to the set cue point and the pause mode is set.
(Back Cue)
If no cue is set, playback starts from the beginning of the track.
It is also possible to change the setting in the utility settings so that
sync mode is set simultaneously when playback is started with the
channel fader start function.
When the channel fader is moved from the back to the position nearest you while pressing the [SHIFT] button when standing by at a cue,
track playback starts from the set cue.
Using the crossfader start function
1 Set the cue.
Pause at the position from which you want to start playback, then press
the [CUE] button for the corresponding deck.
! Cues can also be set by moving the crossfader to the left edge or the
right edge while pressing the [SHIFT] button in the pause mode.
2 Move the crossfader to the left edge or right edge
position.
Set to the edge opposite the side on which the channel you want to use
with the fader start function is set.
3 While pressing the [SHIFT] button, move the
crossfader in the opposite direction from the left edge or
right edge.
Playback of the track starts from the set cue point.
! When the crossfader is returned to the original position while pressing the [SHIFT] button during playback, the track moves instantaneously back to the set cue point and pause mode is set (Back Cue).
! If no cue is set, playback starts from the beginning of the track.
! When the crossfader is moved from the left edge to the right edge (or
from the right edge to the left edge) while pressing the [SHIFT] button when standing by at a cue, track playback starts from the set cue
point.
1 Press the [SLIP] button.
The mode switches to slip mode.
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Analyzing tracks
When loading tracks onto the deck, the tracks are analyzed, but it may
take time to display the BPM and waveform until analysis is completed.
When the Serato DJ software is used as an offline player, tracks can be
analyzed ahead of time. For tracks whose analysis has been completed,
the BPM and waveform are displayed immediately when the tracks are
loaded onto the decks.
For details on using the Serato DJ software as an offline player and
instructions on analyzing tracks, see the Serato DJ software manual.
! Depending on the number of track files, some time may be required
for analysis.
Using effects
Press the [FX ASSIGN] 1 button to assign the effect to deck 1, the
[FX ASSIGN] 2 button to assign the effect to deck 2.
The number of the deck to which the effect is assigned is highlighted on
the Serato DJ screen.
! Press the [FX ASSIGN] 1 button while pressing the [SHIFT] button to assign the effect to deck 3, press the [FX ASSIGN] 2 button
while pressing the [SHIFT] button to assign the effect to deck 4.
! To apply the effect to the master output, click [M] on the
computer.
3 Press the effect parameter 1 button while pressing
the [SHIFT] button to select the first effect type.
To select the second effect type, press the effect parameter 2 button
while pressing the [SHIFT] button.
To select the third effect type, press the effect parameter 3 button while
pressing the [SHIFT] button.
Serato DJ is equipped with two effect units: FX1 and FX2. Their effects
can be applied to the master output or to the selected deck. The following describes how to operate this unit to assign effect unit 1 (FX1).
Serato DJ effects unit screen display
Multi FX mode: Up to three effects can be selected per effect unit, and
each effect has one adjustable parameter.
6
1
1
1
2
3
The effect type currently selected is displayed on the Serato DJ screen.
4 Press the effect parameter 1 button to turn the first
effect on.
5
4
5
4
5
Press the effect parameter 2 button to turn the second effect on.
Press the effect parameter 3 button to turn the third effect on.
4
Single FX mode: One effect can be selected per effect unit and there are
multiple adjustable parameters.
6
1
5
2
4
4
4
4
3
4
1 This displays the effect type.
2 This displays the effect time.
3 This displays the number of the deck to which the effect unit is
assigned.
4 This displays the effect parameter status.
5 This displays whether the effect is on or off.
6 This indicates the multi FX mode or single FX mode.
Operating in multi FX mode
1 Set the DJ-FX mode to the multi FX mode on the
Serato DJ software screen.
Display the [FX] panel and click the multi FX mode.
2 Press the [FX ASSIGN] button on the left side to select
the deck to which the effect is to be assigned.
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The [ON] key for the corresponding effect is highlighted on the Serato
DJ screen.
5 Operate the effect parameter 1 control to adjust the
parameter of the first effect.
Operate the effect parameter 2 control to adjust the parameter of the
second effect.
Operate the effect parameter 3 control to adjust the parameter of the
third effect.
6 Turn the [FX BEATS] control to adjust the effect time.
5 Operate the effect parameter 2 button or the effect
parameter 3 button to switch the effect’s parameter.
! Depending on the type of effect, the button may not light when it is
operated.
Operating in single FX mode
6 Operate the effect parameter control(s) to adjust the
effect’s parameter(s).
1 Set the DJ-FX mode to the single FX mode on the
Serato DJ software screen.
Display the [FX] panel and click the single FX mode.
Advanced Operation
! It is also possible to set the BPM value to be used as the basis for the
effect time from the interval at which the [TAP] button is tapped.
For details, see Switching the effect’s tempo mode on page ​23​.
2 Press the [FX ASSIGN] button on the left side to select
the deck to which the effect is to be assigned.
7 Turn the [FX BEATS] control to adjust the effect time.
Press the [FX ASSIGN] 1 button to assign the effect to deck 1, the
[FX ASSIGN] 2 button to assign the effect to deck 2.
The number of the deck to which the effect is assigned is highlighted on
the Serato DJ screen.
! Press the [FX ASSIGN] 1 button while pressing the [SHIFT] button to assign the effect to deck 3, press the [FX ASSIGN] 2 button
while pressing the [SHIFT] button to assign the effect to deck 4.
! To apply the effect to the master output, click [M] on the
computer.
! It is also possible to set the BPM value to be used as the basis for the
effect time from the interval at which the [TAP] button is tapped.
For details, see Switching the effect’s tempo mode.
3 Press one of the effect parameter buttons while
pressing the [SHIFT] button to select the effect type.
Switching the effect’s tempo mode
The selected effect is displayed on the Serato DJ screen.
With Serato DJ effects, there are two ways to set the effect’s tempo: with
“auto tempo mode” or “manual tempo mode”.
! By default, auto tempo mode is set.
4 Press the effect parameter 1 button to turn the effect
on.
Auto tempo mode
The track’s BPM value is used as the basis for the effect’s tempo.
Manual tempo mode
The effect switches between on and off each time the button is pressed.
! The effect’s [ON] key is highlighted on the Serato DJ screen.
The BPM value used as the basis for the effect is calculated from the
interval at which the [FX BEATS] control is tapped with a finger while
pressing the [SHIFT] button.
Switching to manual tempo mode
Press the [FX BEATS] control three times or more while
pressing the [SHIFT] button in the auto tempo mode.
! When the [PAD TRANS (TAP)] control is pressed for over 1 second
while pressing the [SHIFT] button in the manual-tempo mode, the
mode switches to the auto tempo mode.
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Mixer section
1
2
2
5
6
3
3
7
8
4
9
4
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a
a
bc b
d
1 INPUT SELECT switch
2 TRIM control
3 EQ (HI, MID, LOW) controls
4 FILTER control
5 MASTER LEVEL control
6 BOOTH MONITOR control
7 HEADPHONES MIXING control
8 SAMPLER VOL control
9Headphones CUE button
a Channel fader
b Channel Level Indicator
c Master level indicator
dCrossfader
Using external inputs
Two external input systems are provided to enable you to connect DJ
players, analog players, and other devices. This unit allows you to select
in the settings of utilities mode whether to forcefully mix in the unit or
whether to automatically mix in Serato DJ when Serato DJ is connected.
For details, see Setting for forcefully mixing external input with the unit
(p. 2
​ 6​).
When mixing is performed in the unit, EQ and FILTER do not work.
Furthermore, the following functions do not work for external inputs.
! Track tempo setting (press the headphones [CUE] button while
pressing the [SHIFT] button)
! Fader start function (move the channel fader or crossfader while
pressing the [SHIFT] button)
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Changing the settings
Launching utilities mode
Press one of the effect parameter buttons on the left
deck.
If utilities mode is launched while the DJ application is running, the
set status may not be displayed properly.
1 Disconnect the USB cable from the computer.
Set this unit’s power to standby mode.
3 While pressing both the [SHIFT] and
[PLAY/PAUSE f] buttons on the left deck, press the
[STANDBY/ON] switch on this unit’s rear panel.
Utilities mode is launched.
4 After setting this unit to the utility settings mode,
operate the controller for the item whose settings you
want to change.
See the explanations below for the settings that can be changed.
5 Press the [STANDBY/ON] switch on this unit’s rear
panel to set this unit’s power to standby.
To save the settings, set the [u] switch on this unit’s rear panel to
standby and quit utilities mode.
Utilities modes
The following settings can be changed:
! MIDI controller setting
! Fader start setting
! Master output attenuator level setting
! Slip mode flashing setting
! Demo mode setting
! Auto standby function setting
! Cut lag setting of crossfader
! Microphone output setting of the booth monitor
! On JOG Indicator display target setting
! Setting for mixing external input with the unit
! Back spin length setting
! Microphone maximum allowable input level setting
Forcefully using the unit as the general
MIDI controller
The unit automatically changes operation as follows depending on
whether Serato DJ is running.
! When Serato DJ is running, controller operation depends on the
Serato DJ functions.
! When Serato DJ is not running, the unit operates as a general MIDI
controller.
Even though Serato DJ is running, you can forcefully operate the unit as
a general MIDI controller.
By default, this is set to change the operation automatically.
Press the [KEY LOCK] button on the left deck.
![KEY LOCK] button off: Operation automatically changes depending
on whether or not Serato DJ is running.
![KEY LOCK] button lit: Regardless of whether or not Serato DJ is
running, the unit is forcefully operated as a general MIDI controller.
Changing the fader start setting
The fader start function’s setting can be changed.
! By default, fader start mode functions without sync mode set.
! Effect parameter 1 button lit: Fader start with sync mode set (The
sync function is activated simultaneously when fader starting starts.)
! Effect parameter 2 button lit: Fader start without sync mode set (The
sync function is not activated simultaneously when fader starting
starts.)
! Effect parameter 3 button lit: Fader start function disabled
Setting the master output attenuator
level
Changing the settings
2 Press the [STANDBY/ON] switch on this unit’s rear
panel to set this unit’s power to standby.
! The default is 0 dB.
Press one of the left deck’s [HOT CUE] mode, [ROLL]
mode or [SLICER] mode buttons.
![HOT CUE] mode button lit: 0 dB (no attenuation)
![ROLL] mode button lit: –3 dB
![SLICER] mode button lit: –6 dB
Changing the slip mode flashing setting
When slip mode in on, buttons available in slip mode (such as the jog
dial indicator, [AUTO LOOP] button, and [PLAY/PAUSE f] button)
can be set to flash or not flash. The flashing method used for the [SLIP]
button during slip mode changes depending on the setting.
! By default, slip mode flashing is set to mode 1.
Press the performance pad on the left side to select a
setting.
The setting currently selected can be confirmed by looking at which pad
lights.
Mode 1
Mode 2
Off
! Mode 1: When slip mode is turned on, the buttons available in
slip mode flash for approximately one second. During slip mode,
the [SLIP] button flashes only while playback continues in the
background.
! Mode 2: When slip mode is turned on, the buttons available in slip
mode flash for approximately one second. During slip mode, the
[SLIP] button continues flashing.
! Off: The buttons available in slip mode do not flash. During slip
mode, the [SLIP] button flashes only while playback continues in the
background.
Disabling demo mode
On this unit, demo mode is set if no operation is performed for 10 minutes under normal usage conditions. This demo mode can be changed.
! By default, demo mode starts when there is no operation for 10
minutes.
! When any control or button on this unit is operated while in the
demo mode, demo mode is canceled.
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Press the performance pad on the left side to select a
setting.
![FX PARAMETER2] lit: The jog lights according to the [VINYL] mode
state.
— Lit in blue: When the [VINYL] mode is on
— Off: When [VINYL] mode is off
![FX PARAMETER3] lit: The jog lights according to the
[TRACK COLOR] mode state.
— Lit: The color of the track set in Serato DJ is indicated
— Off: When the color of the track is not set or [PHONO/LINE] is
selected
Disabling the auto standby function
Setting for forcefully mixing external
input with the unit
! Left side of upper row: Disables demo mode
! Left middle of upper row: Starts demo mode when there is no operation for 1 minute
! Right middle of upper row: Starts demo mode when there is no
operation for 5 minutes
! Right side of upper row: Starts demo mode when there is no operation for 10 minutes
! When the auto standby function is set to on, if 4 hours have passed
while the following conditions are all met, the unit automatically
enters standby status.
— No buttons or controls, etc. except for the [MIC] control on the unit
are operated.
— No audio signals of -18 dB or greater are input to this unit’s input
terminals.
! When the [CENSOR (WAKE UP)] button is pressed, the standby
status is canceled
! By default, the auto standby function is enabled.
Press the [AUTO LOOP] button of the left deck.
![AUTO LOOP] button lit: Auto standby function is enabled
![AUTO LOOP] button off: Auto standby function is disabled
Adjusting the crossfader cut lag
Adjust the play (cut lag) of both ends of the crossfader. Adjustment can
be made from 0 (0.3 mm) to 52 (5.5 mm) in 0.1 mm increments.
! By default, this is set to 6 (1.0 mm).
Turn the rotary selector.
The current setting (0 to 52) is indicated by the lighting state of the channel level indicator and performance pads.
! Number of lit segments of the [CH2] channel level indicator: 0 to 5 of
ones digit
! Number of lit segments of the [CH1] channel level indicator: 6 to 9 of
ones digit
! Number of lit segments of the performance pads of the left deck: 0 to
5 of tens digit
By default, this is set to mix in Serato DJ automatically.
Press the [KEY LOCK] button of the right deck.
![KEY LOCK] lit: Mixes in the unit even if Serato DJ is connected.
![KEY LOCK] off: Mixes in Serato DJ automatically when Serato DJ is
connected.
Switching the backspin length
It is possible to make the unit perform back spin longer than the actual
jog dial rotation amount when the back spin operation of the jog dial is
performed.
The length of the back spin operation can be selected from one of three
types: short, normal, and long.
! The default setting is back spin length normal.
Press any one of [HOT CUE], [ROLL], and [SLICER] on the
right deck.
![HOT CUE] button lit: Normal
![ROLL] button lit: Short
![SLICER] button lit: Long
Microphone maximum allowable input
level setting
Change this setting when the microphone sound level is too low or too
high even after adjusting it with the [MIC LEVEL] control on this unit.
Press the [AUTO LOOP] button of the right deck.
![AUTO LOOP] button lit: Sets the microphone sound level to high.
Setting the microphone output of the
booth monitor
![AUTO LOOP] button off: Sets the microphone sound level to low.
! By default, it is set to output microphone sound from the [BOOTH]
terminal.
Setting utility software
Press the [KEY SYNC] button of the right side deck.
The setting utility can be used to perform the checks and settings
described below.
— Adjusting the buffer size (when ASIO is used)
— Checking the version of the driver software
![KEY SYNC] button lit: Outputs microphone sound from the
[BOOTH] terminal
![KEY SYNC] button off: Does not output microphone sound from the
[BOOTH] terminal
Displaying the setting utility
Setting the display target of On JOG
Indicator
! The display target of the illumination inside the jog dial can be set.
! By default, this is set to the deck selection indication.
Press one of the [FX PARAMETER] buttons on the right
deck.
![FX PARAMETER1] lit: Deck selection indication: The deck selected
with the [INPUT SELECT] switch is indicated by the lighting color of
the jog.
— Lit in red: When [DECK1] or [DECK2] is selected
— Lit in amber: When [DECK3] or [DECK4] is selected
— Off: When [PHONO/LINE] is selected
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For Windows 10/8.1
Click [Pioneer] > [DDJ-SR2 driver version display utility] from [Apps
view].
For Windows 7
Click [Start] menu > [All Programs] > [Pioneer] > [DDJ-SR2] >
[DDJ-SR2 driver version display utility].
For Mac
Click [Macintosh HD] icon > [Application] > [Pioneer] > [DDJ-SR2] >
[DDJ-SR2 driver version display utility].
Adjusting the buffer size (when ASIO is
used)
This function can only be used by those using a Windows operating
system.
If an application using this unit as the default audio device (DJ software,
etc.) is running, quit that application before adjusting the buffer size.
Display the setting utility before starting.
Click the [ASIO] tab.
Changing the settings
! If the buffer size is made large, drops in audio data (breaks in the
sound) occur less easily, but the time lag due to the delay in the
transfer of the audio data (latency) increases.
Checking the version of the driver
software
Display the setting utility before starting.
Click the [About] tab.
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Additional information
Troubleshooting
! If you think that there is something wrong with this unit, check the following items and [FAQ] for [DDJ-SR2] on the [FAQ] page of the Pioneer DJ
support site.
Some problems occurs due to the connected components. If the problem cannot be resolved after checking the connected components, ask the
service center or dealer for repairs.
! This unit may not operate properly due to static electricity or other external influences. In such cases, disconnect the power cord, wait for approximately one minute, and connect it again to restore normal operation.
Problem
Check
The unit does not turn on.
Is the [STANDBY/ON] switch turned on?
Turn on the [STANDBY/ON] switch.
Is the power cord properly connected?
Connect the power cord to an AC outlet. (page ​6​)
Is the included USB cable properly connected?
Connect the included USB cable properly.
Are you using a USB hub?
USB hubs cannot be used. Connect the computer and this unit directly using
the included USB cable.
This unit is not recognized.
Is the driver software properly set?
Set the driver software properly. (page 4
​ ​)
Have music files been imported?
Import the music files properly.
For details on importing music files, see the Serato DJ software manual.
Is a crate or subcrate that does not contain any
tracks selected?
Either select a crate or subcrate that contains tracks or add tracks to the crate
or subcrate.
Is [Show iTunes Library] on the
[Library+Display] tab in the [SETUP] menu
checked?
Check [Show iTunes Library].
For details on importing music files, see the Serato DJ software manual.
Is a crate or subcrate that does not contain any
tracks selected?
Either select a crate or subcrate that contains tracks or add tracks to the crate
or subcrate.
Music files in the library cannot be
edited (changing track names, etc.).
Is [Protect Library] on the[Library+Display] tab
in the [SETUP] menu enabled?
Disable [Protect Library].
Recording is not possible.
Is the recording level low?
Adjust the gain control on the [REC] panel in the Serato DJ software.
Did you save the recording after it was completed?
Save the recording after it is completed.
For detailed instructions on recording, see the Serato DJ software manual.
Tracks are not displayed in the library.
iTunes tracks are not displayed in
the library.
Sound is not output, or sound is too
small.
Are the [TRIM] control, channel faders, crossfader, Set the [TRIM] control, channel faders, crossfader, [INPUT SELECT] switch and
[INPUT SELECT] switch and [MASTER LEVEL]
[MASTER LEVEL] control to the proper positions.
control set to the proper positions?
Are the connected powered speakers, etc., properly set?
Properly set the external input selection, volume, etc., on the powered speakers,
etc.
Are the connection cables properly connected?
Connect the connection cables properly.
Are the terminals and plugs dirty?
Clean the terminals and plugs before connecting them to the unit.
Is the driver software properly set?
Set the driver software properly. (page 4
​ ​)
Is the [MASTER LEVEL] control set to the proper
position?
Adjust the [MASTER LEVEL] control to confirm that the master level indicator
lights up in orange at the highest volume.
Is the [TRIM] control set to the proper position?
Adjust the [TRIM] control so that the channel level indicator lights up in orange
at the peak level.
Sound is interrupted when using the
DJ software.
Is the latency value of the driver software properly
set?
Set the latency of the driver software to a suitable value.
Cannot output the sound of the
external device.
Is the [INPUT SELECT] switch set to the proper
position?
Set the [INPUT SELECT] switch to the proper position.
Sound is interrupted when the ASIO
driver is set.
Has the ASIO driver been set with Serato DJ
running?
Set the ASIO driver before launching Serato DJ.
The indicator flashes and operation
is strange.
—
Normal operation can sometimes be restored by unplugging the power cord,
waiting at least 1 minute, then plugging the power cord back in. If the symptom
persists, unplug the power cord and request repairs.
Sound is distorted.
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Set the latency of the DJ software to a suitable value.
Check
Remedy
Serato DJ operation is unstable.
Are you using the latest version of the software?
Free updates of Serato DJ can be downloaded from the website. Use the most
recent version. (page 4
​ ​)
Are you using software other than Serato DJ at the
same time?
Quit other applications to decrease the load on the computer.
If operation continues to be unstable, try disabling the wireless network or other
wireless connections, antivirus software, the screen saver, the low power mode,
etc.
(page 4
​ ​)
Are there other USB devices connected to the
computer?
Disconnect the other USB devices from the computer.
When another USB audio device is connected to the computer at the same time,
this unit may not operate or be recognized normally.
Are you using a USB hub?
USB hubs cannot be used. Connect the computer and this unit directly using
the included USB cable.
Is there a problem with the USB port to which this
unit is connected?
If your computer has multiple USB ports, try connecting this unit to a different
USB port.
Is this unit connected to a notebook computer
running on its battery?
Supply power to the notebook computer from an AC power supply.
(Depending on the notebook computer’s settings, low power mode may be set
when the computer is running on its battery, automatically reducing the performance of the computer itself.) (page ​4​)
The [TEMPO] slider operation does
not work when the deck is switched
while synchronizing.
Is the USB buffer size too small?
Raise the USB buffer size. (​27​Page)
Is the setting in utilities mode wrong?
In utilities mode, check that the unit is not set to be forcefully operated as a
general MIDI controller.
The fader start function does not work. Is a cue set?
The BPM is not displayed.
The sync and auto loop functions do
not work.
Set a cue. (page ​21​)
Is the setting in utilities mode wrong?
In utilities mode, set the fader start setting to “Fader start with sync mode set” or
“Fader start without sync mode set”.
Has the track been analyzed?
Perform file analysis.
Is [Set Auto BPM] checked in the offline player
settings?
Re-analyze the track with [Set Auto BPM] checked.
For detailed instructions on analyzing tracks, see the Serato DJ software
manual.
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Additional information
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Acquiring the manual
Some operating instructions are provided in PDF files.
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Downloading the Serato DJ software
manual
1DEFINITIONS
1 Click [Software Info] for [DDJ-SR2] on the [FAQ] page
of the Pioneer DJ support site.
2 Click the link to the Serato DJ download page.
The Serato DJ download page is displayed.
2 PROGRAM LICENSE
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4 From “More Downloads” on the right side of the
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Using as a controller for other DJ
software
This unit also outputs the operating data for the buttons and controls in
MIDI format. If you connect a computer with built-in MIDI-compatible
DJ software via a USB cable, you can operate the DJ software from this
unit. The sound of music files being played on the computer can also be
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When using this unit as a controller for operating DJ software other than
Serato DJ, change the setting to use DJ software other than Serato DJ
in utilities mode. Also, make the audio and MIDI-related settings in the
DJ software.
! For details, see your DJ software’s operating instructions.
MIDI messages
For details on this unit’s MIDI messages, see “List of MIDI Messages”.
! “List of MIDI Messages” can be acquired from the following URL:
pioneerdj.com/support/
Dedicated driver software is required for outputting audio signals from
a computer.
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Operating environment
Supported operating systems
Mac: mac OS Sierra 10.12, OS X 10.11/10.10/10.9 (latest
update)
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32-bit version
1
64-bit version
1
Checking the latest information on the driver software
For detailed information on this unit’s dedicated driver software, see the
following Pioneer DJ support site.
pioneerdj.com/support/
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and void. Subject to the foregoing, this Agreement will be binding
upon and will inure to the benefit of the parties and their respective successors and assigns.
5 Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous agreements or representations, whether written or oral,
concerning its subject matter. This Agreement may not be modified or amended without Pioneer DJ’s prior and express written
consent, and no other act, document, usage or custom will be
deemed to amend or modify this Agreement.
Trademarks and registered
trademarks
! “Pioneer DJ” is a trademark of PIONEER CORPORATION, and is
used under license.
! Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
! macOS, OS X, iTunes, and Finder are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
! Intel and Intel Core are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S.
and/or other countries.
! ASIO is a trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH.
! Serato DJ, Scratch Live, ITCH and Serato DJ Intro are registered
trademarks of Serato Audio Research Ltd., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
The names of companies and products mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
This product has been licensed for nonprofit use. This product has not
been licensed for commercial purposes (for profit-making use), such
as broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite, cable or other types of broadcasting), streaming on the Internet, Intranet (a corporate network) or other
types of networks or distributing of electronic information (online digital music distribution service). You need to acquire the corresponding
licenses for such uses. For details, see http://www.mp3licensing.com.
Additional information
6 DAMAGES AND REMEDIES FOR BREACH
6 You agree that this Agreement shall be governed and construed
by and under the laws of Japan.
Cautions on copyrights
Recordings you have made are for your personal enjoyment and according to copyright laws may not be used without the consent of the copyright holder.
! Music recorded from CDs, etc., is protected by the copyright laws of
individual countries and by international treaties. It is the full responsibility of the person who has recorded the music to ensure that it is
used legally.
! When handling music downloaded from the Internet, etc., it is the
full responsibility of the person who has downloaded the music to
ensure that it is used in accordance with the contract concluded
with the download site.
— The specifications and design of this product are subject to change
without notice.
© 2017 Pioneer DJ Corporation. All rights reserved.
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