Numark Total Control Multilingual Quickstart Manual

Numark Total Control Multilingual Quickstart Manual
QUICKSTART MANUAL
ENGLISH ( 1 – 7 )
INICIO RÁPIDO
ESPAÑOL ( 8 – 14 )
UTILISATION SIMPLIFIÉ
FRANÇAIS ( 15 – 21 )
GUIDA RAPIDA
ITALIANO ( 22 – 38 )
KURZANLEITUNG
DEUTSCH ( 29 – 35 )
BOX CONTENTS
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
TOTAL CONTROL
QUICKSTART MANUAL
SAFETY & WARRANTY INFORMATION
USB CABLE
CUE LE CD
TRAKTOR 3 LE CD
CUE LE CONTROL OVERLAY
TRACKOR 3 LE CONTROL OVERLAY
CONTENIDO DE LA CAJA
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
TOTAL CONTROL
MANUAL DE INICIO RÁPIDO DEL USUARIO
INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD E INFORMACIÓN DE LA GARANTÍA
CABLE USB
CUE LE CD
TRAKTOR 3 LE CD
PLANTILLA DEL CONTROLADOR PARA CUE LE
PLANTILLA DEL CONTROLADOR PARA TRAKTOR 3 LE
CONTENU DE LA BOÎTE
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
TOTAL CONTROL
GUIDE D’UTILISATION SIMPLIFIÉ
INSTRUCTIONS DE SECURITE ET INFORMATIONS DE GARANTIE
CÂBLE USB
CUE LE CD
TRAKTOR 3 LE CD
CACHE POUR CUE LE
CACHE POUR TRAKTOR 3 LE
CONTENUTI DELLA CONFEZIONE
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
TOTAL CONTROL
MANUALE RAPIDO DI UTILIZZO
ISTRUZIONI DI SICUREZZA & LE INFORMAZIONI DELLA GARANZIA CAVO USB
CUE LE CD
TRAKTOR 3 LE CD
CUE LE CONTROL OVERLAY
OVERLAY DEL CONTROLLER CUE LE
OVERLAY DEL CONTROLLER TRAKTOR 3 LE
INHALT DER VERPACKUNG
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
TOTAL CONTROL
KURZBEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
SICHERHEITSANWEISUNGEN UND GARANTIEINFORMATIONEN
USB - KABEL
CUE LE CD
TRAKTOR 3 LE CD
CUE LE CONTROLLER AUFLAGEMASKE
TRAKTOR 3 LE CONTROLLER AUFLAGEMASKE
::: Total Control Quickstart Guide :::
This Quickstart Guide explains how to quickly setup and begin using the Numark Total Control
MIDI Controller. Please take a few minutes to go through this Quickstart and get familiar with the
setup procedure and basic controls.
We have designed Total Control as an essential tool for software-based DJs. Total Control is a
MIDI-compliant device and can be used with any software which supports the MIDI protocol. We
have included the CUE LE and Traktor 3 LE software packages for you to begin DJing
immediately. We highly recommend reading the CUE LE and Traktor 3 LE Reference Manuals,
included on the installation discs, in order to take full advantage of Total Control’s features.
Happy DJing!
A NOTE ABOUT MIDI CONTROL :::::
The Total Control was designed as a MIDI-compliant device, allowing you to control any computer
application which supports the MIDI protocol. This means that you can not only use the Total Control with
the included software, but can also use the controller with a variety of other music and video applications as
well. In order to use the Total Control with your favorite software, you will have to enable the Total Control
as a MIDI input device in your software’s preferences. Please note that depending on your software, the
Total Control may not necessarily show up as “Total Control” in the MIDI preferences.
Please note: If you have installed Logitech Quickcam drivers, your computer will not be able to properly recognize
many MIDI devices, including the Total Control. To use the controller, you will need to uninstall the Logitech Quickcam
driver. The controller will then be able to function properly. To uninstall the driver, you need to right-click on My
Computer, then Properties -> Hardware -> Device Manager. This allows you to see all the devices installed on your
machine. Find the Logitech Quickcam device, right-click it and select “Uninstall”. This will uninstall the device and its
driver.
Please note: If you are using the Total Control with a USB hub, please use a 6V 1A power adapter (optional) to power
the Total Control externally. This will ensure proper operation.
CONTROLLER SETUP - PC
Total Control is a plug-and-play device, which means that the
first time you connect the controller to your computer all
necessary drivers will be installed automatically.
Please use the included USB cable to connect the Total Control
controller to an available USB port on your PC.
You will see a few pop-up windows, similar to the one on the right, displayed in the
bottom right corner of your screen.
Please allow Total Control to automatically initialize all the necessary drivers.
When the installation is complete, you will see “Your new hardware is
installed and ready to use” message, shown on the right. The installation is
now complete and the controller is ready to use.
IMPORTANT :::::
If using a desktop PC, you may need to connect the Total Control controller to one of the rear USB ports in
order for the controller to function properly. Often, the USB ports located on the front of the computer do not
provide enough bus power for some devices to function correctly. If you experience problems when
connecting to the front USB ports, we advise that you try connecting the Total Control to the rear USB ports.
CONTROLLER SETUP - MAC
Under Mac OS, Total Control is a plug-and-play device and will
be ready to use as soon as it is connected.
Please use the included USB cable to connect the Total Control
controller to an available USB port on your Mac.
1
HOOKUP SCENARIO 1 – WITHOUT MULTICHANNEL AUDIO INTERFACE
If you do not own an audio interface with multiple audio
outputs, please study the connection diagram on the
right.
ƒ
Connect the Total Control to your computer with
the included USB cable.
ƒ
Connect your computer’s audio output to a
powered
speaker
system,
amplifier
or
headphones.
Hint: Most built-in computer soundcards feature a
1/8” stereo plug. Depending on your speaker
system, you may need to purchase the
appropriate cable connectors.
HOOKUP SCENARIO 2 – WITH MULTICHANNEL AUDIO INTERFACE
In this scenario, you are using an external audio I/O
interface with multiple audio outputs, such as the Numark
DJ|IO, via USB or FireWire. Multiple output audio
interfaces enable you to send your master mix and your
cue mix on separate audio outputs, allowing you to take
full advantage of cueing while you play.
If you own a multiple output audio interface, please study
the setup diagram on the right.
ƒ
Connect the Total Control to your computer with
the included USB cable.
ƒ
Connect your computer to your audio interface
with the proper cable. (Please see your audio
interface documentation for correct connection).
ƒ
Connect one pair of outputs on your audio
interface to a powered speaker system or
amplifier.
ƒ
Connect your headphones to an alternate audio
output on your audio interface.
Note: You will have to setup your software and hardware so your mix output is being sent to one stereo output,
while the cue mix is being routed to another. Please consult the software and hardware documentation for more
information on routing your audio outputs. For information and an example on how to route audio outputs in CUE
LE and Traktor LE, please read the Routing Audio Outputs sections on the next page.
2
ROUTING AUDIO OUTPUTS IN CUE LE
When using a multi-channel audio interface with CUE LE, you will need to make sure that the Master Mix and the
Headphones Mix are being routed to two different sets of stereo outputs.
Click on the Config button in the top right corner
of the screen to access CUE LE’s configuration
settings. You will see the window shown on the
right.
1.
Select your audio interface’s driver type
from the pull-down menu.
2.
Then, select your audio interface from the
driver pull-down menu.
(Numark DJ|IO shown in illustration)
3.
Select Headphones from the Outputs pulldown menu.
4.
Lastly, choose which outputs you would like
to use for your Master and Headphones
channels from the pull-down menu on the
bottom.
5.
Click OK to exit the configuration settings.
ROUTING AUDIO OUTPUTS IN TRAKTOR 3 LE
When using a multi-channel audio interface with Traktor 3 LE, you will need to make sure that the Master Mix and the
Monitor Mix are being routed to two different sets of stereo outputs.
1.
First, you need to select your multi-channel
audio interface to be used with Traktor 3
LE.
2.
Click on Preferences, choose Audio
Setup and click on the Soundcard tab.
3.
Next, select your multi-channel audio
interface in the Audio Device pull-down
menu on the right. (Numark DJ|IO shown in
illustration).
4.
Then click on the Output Routing tab.
5.
You can now set the audio outputs for you
Master and Monitor Mix channels. Please
select one pair of outputs for your Master
Mix, and a different pair of outputs
(headphones channel) for your Monitor
Mix.
You will now be able to use the
Monitor channel to cue and monitor in your
headphones while you play.
3
CUE LE CONTROLLER OVERLAY
With Total Control, we have included a special edition of CUE LE so you can immediately begin DJing. Total Control’s
controls are automatically mapped to the most important functions in CUE LE and we have provided a convenient overlay
for visual reference.
To install the CUE LE overlay, if not already installed on the unit:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the fader caps by gently lifting them up from their base.
Gently pull out the existing overlay by lifting it from the top left corner. Put the existing overlay away for safekeeping.
Once the existing overlay has been removed, position the CUE LE overlay onto the Total Control.
Gently replace the fader caps.
Once you have installed the CUE LE software and overlay, please connect your controller and run CUE LE.
Please note: The Total Control must be connected to your computer before starting the software.
software will not start.
Otherwise, the
Please refer to the controller mappings on the next page of this manual for additional information on how Total Control
controls are mapped to CUE LE.
CUE LE CONTROLLER MAPPING
1.
TRACK – You can use this knob to scroll through the
different folders and tracks in Cue’s browser. Press
down on the knob to expand subfolders. When
browsing music inside a folder, you can always return
to browsing the folder structure by pressing the TRACK
knob again.
2.
4
LOAD – Each virtual deck features a LOAD button.
The LOAD button has two functions:
ƒ
Selecting a track and pressing the LOAD button
will load the track to the corresponding deck.
ƒ
While using the TRACK knob to browse your
music in the folder structure, you can press
either LOAD button to enter the folder and
browse the music inside.
3.
PLAY / STUTTER – Pressing PLAY starts playback on
the corresponding deck. If you press PLAY while the
song is already playing, it will restart the music from the
last position you pressed PLAY from, creating a
“stutter” effect.
4.
PAUSE – Pressing PAUSE once will return and pause
playback at to the last set cue point. Pressing PAUSE
again will return to the beginning of the track.
5.
CUE - Returns and pauses the music at the default
Cue Point. To set a Cue Point, pause the song, seek to
the desired position, and then press CUE. Once you’re
on the Cue Point, pressing and holding down CUE
allows for temporary play of this point. The track will
play for as long as the button is held down and will
return to the cue point once it has been released.
6.
VOLUME - Each virtual deck features a VOLUME
fader which can be used to make volume adjustments
to the music playing on the corresponding deck.
7.
PITCH - Each virtual deck features a PITCH SLIDER,
which can be used to change the pitch or tempo of the
music playing on the corresponding deck.
8.
SYNC - When you press SYNC, Cue will sync the
tempo of the deck to the opposite deck’s tempo. If you
press SYNC while the song is paused, only the pitch
will be adjusted. If you press SYNC while the song is
playing, the beats will be smoothly aligned too.
9.
JOG WHEEL - Each virtual deck features a JOG
WHEEL, which can be used for scratching, pitch
bending and changing playback and cue position on
the corresponding deck. The functionality of the jog
wheel is determined by the SCRATCH button.
10.
SCRATCH – If the SCRATCH button is engaged, both
jog wheels can be used for scratching the music on the
decks, much like a conventional DJ scratches a record.
If the SCRATCH button is disengaged and the decks
are playing, both jog wheels will act as a pitch bend,
temporarily speeding up or slowing down the music. If
the SCRATCH button is engaged but the decks are not
playing, rotating the jog wheels will quickly scan
through the music loaded on the decks.
11.
12.
LOOP << / >> - Adjusts the loop length by half length
or double length increments. Press << to cut the loop
length in half. Press >> to double the loop length.
GAIN - Each virtual deck features a GAIN knob which
can be used to make adjustments to the gain level on
the corresponding deck
14.
EQ - Each deck features an EQ which can be used to
make adjustments to the levels of the Treble, Mid, and
Bass frequencies of the music. By pressing down,
each EQ knob can also function as a Kill switch,
removing that frequency band from the music. The
LED next to the knob will light to let you know that the
Kill feature has been engaged. To disengage the Kill
feature, press on the knob again.
CROSSFADER - You can use the CROSSFADER
to fade between the two tracks playing on the
virtual decks. If the crossfader is in the left-most
position, you will only hear the audio from deck A.
If the crossfader is in the middle position, you will
be able to hear both the audio from deck A and the
audio from deck B. If the crossfader is in the rightmost position, you will only be able to hear the
audio from deck B.
16.
MASTER - The MASTER knob functions as Master
Level control, allowing you to change the overall
volume of the mix.
17.
PH VOL - This knob adjusts the headphone mix
level. Please note that, unless you are using a
multiple output audio interface, the Heaphone and
Master channels will be the same.
18.
PH MIX - This knob adjusts the balance between
the Cue and Master channels in the headphones.
Please note that, unless you are using a multiple
output audio interface, the Heapnohes and Master
channels will be the same.
19.
PFL – Press the PFL button to send the music
playing on the deck to the Headphone channel for
auditioning. Please note that if you are not using a
multiple output audio interface, the Headphone
channel will be the same as the Master channel.
20.
KEYLOCK – The KEYLOCK button engages the
Key Lock feature in CUE LE. When Key Lock is
engaged, the pitch of the music playing on the deck
will be locked to the current value. You can then
adjust the tempo of the music, independent of the
pitch.
EFFECT SECTION ::::
LOOP IN / OUT - A loop is any area of a track that you
choose to repeat seamlessly. Press LOOP IN at the
point where you wish the loop to start. Press LOOP
OUT when you reach the desired point to mark the end
point of the loop and the audio between the two points
will begin to loop continuously. To release the loop and
continue play of the track press LOOP OUT again and
the audio will continue from the end point of the loop. If
you wish to set a new loop, just press LOOP IN again
while the loop is disengaged, and then press LOOP
OUT to begin the new loop.
13.
15.
21.
SELECT – This knob can be used to select the
effect that will be applied to the music playing on
the corresponding deck.
22.
ON/OFF The effect can be turned on and off by
pressing the button directly below the EFFECT
SELECT knob.
23.
CONTROL – This knob can be used to control the
effect parameters, if available. If there are two
effect parameters available, you can switch
between which one is controlled with the
CONTROL knob by pressing the PARAMETER
button.
24.
PARAMETER – Hold down this button and move
CONTROL knob to change the second effect
parameter, if available.
SAMPLE SECTION ::::
25.
5
SELECT – This knob allows you to switch between
the different samples which you can trigger on the
corresponding deck. The sample can be triggered
by pressing the button directly below the SAMPLE
SELECT knob.
26.
PLAY – Triggers the selected sample.
27.
WET/DRY – This knob can be used to adjust the
volume of the sample, relative to the Master Mix.
28.
REC – You can record a 1-loop sample of the
music playing on the corresponding deck to the
selected slot by pressing this button.
TRAKTOR 3 LE CONTROLLER OVERLAY
With Total Control, we have included a special edition of Traktor 3 LE so you can immediately begin DJing. Total
Control’s controls are automatically mapped to the most important functions in Traktor 3 LE and we have provided a
convenient overlay for visual reference.
To install the Traktor 3 LE overlay, if not already installed on the unit:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the fader caps by gently lifting them up from their base.
Gently pull out the existing overlay by lifting it from the top left corner. Put the existing overlay away for safekeeping.
Once the existing overlay has been removed, position the Traktor 3 LE overlay onto the Total Control.
Gently replace the fader caps.
Once you have installed the Traktor 3 LE software and overlay, run Traktor 3 LE. Please refer to the controller mappings
on the next page of this manual for additional information on how Total Control controls are mapped to Traktor 3 LE.
TRAKTOR 3 LE CONTROLLER MAPPING
Please note: This overlay is intended to function with both Traktor 3 LE and Traktor 3. You will notice that a few controls
have been left unlabeled. When using Traktor 3, you can assign these controls to various different functions in the
software. If you are using the Traktor 3 LE version included with the Total Control, you will notice that these controls have
been already mapped to certain functions in the software. Please see below for explanation of these controller mappings.
1.
TRACK - You can use the TRACK knob to scroll
through the music on your computer. Press down on
the TRACK knob to preview the selected track. Use
the TRACK knob while pressing and holding down the
PAGE button to browse and navigate through your
different drives, folders and playlists.
Once you
release the PAGE button, you can then use the
TRACK knob to browse the contents of the selected
folder.
2.
PAGE - Holding down the PAGE button while using
certain controls on the Total Control allows for an
additional layer of functionality.
6
3.
LOAD TRACK - Each virtual deck features a LOAD
TRACK button. Selecting a track and pressing the
LOAD TRACK button will load the track to the
corresponding deck. You can "focus" on one of
the decks by holding down the PAGE button and
pressing the corresponding deck's LOAD TRACK
button. Certain controls on the Total Control will
only address the deck which is currently "in focus".
4.
PLAY - Press the PLAY button to begin playing the
track.
5.
CUE - The CUE button will return and pause the track
at the last set cue point. For temporary play of the cue
point, you can hold down the CUE button. The track
will play for as long as the button is held down and will
return to the cue point once it has been released.
6.
SET CUE - You can use this button to set a new cue
point.
7.
CUE PLAY - You can hold down the CUE PLAY button
to go back and pause at the last set cue point. When
you release the CUE PLAY button, the track will begin
playing.
8.
VOLUME - Each virtual deck features a VOLUME
fader which can be used to make volume adjustments
to the music playing on the corresponding deck.
9.
PITCH - Each virtual deck features a PITCH SLIDER,
which can be used to change the pitch or tempo of the
music playing on the corresponding deck.
10.
PITCH BEND -/+ - You can use these two pitch bend
buttons to temporarily adjust the pitch and tempo of the
music playing on the corresponding deck. Pitch bend
is typically used to make small adjustments when
mixing two tracks so their beats occur synchronously.
11.
KEY - The KEY button engages the Key Lock feature
in Traktor LE. When Key Lock is engaged, the pitch of
the music playing on the deck will be locked to the
current value. You can then adjust the tempo of the
music, independent of the pitch.
12.
SYNC - Press this button to synchronize the music
playing on the deck to the music playing on the other
virtual deck.
13.
JOG WHEEL - Each virtual deck features a JOG
WHEEL, which can be used to change playback and
cue position on the corresponding deck.
14.
LOOP - Press this button to create a seamless one bar
loop. When you press the LOOP button, the track will
begin looping until you release the loop by pressing the
LOOP button again.
15.
GAIN - Each virtual deck features a GAIN knob which
can be used to make adjustments to the gain level on
the corresponding deck.
16.
17.
18.
21.
UNLABELED CONTROLS – LEFT SIDE :::
CUE SOURCE - Press the CUE SOURCE button to
send the music playing on the deck to the Monitor
channel. Please note that if you are not using a
multiple output audio interface, the Monitor
(headphone) channel will be the same as the Master
channel. When browsing the folder structure on the left
of the screen, while holding down the PAGE button,
you can use the CUE SOURCE buttons to expand and
collapse the selected folder. The left CUE SOURCE
button will collapse the selected folder, while the right
CUE SOURCE button will expand the selected folder.
CROSSFADER - You can use the CROSSFADER to
fade between the two tracks playing on the virtual
decks. If the crossfader is in the left-most position, you
will only hear the audio from deck A. If the crossfader
is in the middle position, you will be able to hear both
the audio from deck A and the audio from deck B. If
the crossfader is in the right-most position, you will only
be able to hear the audio from deck B.
MASTER - The MASTER knob functions as Master
Level control, allowing you to change the overall
volume of the mix.
20.
PH VOL - This knob adjusts the headphone mix level.
Please note that, unless you are using a multiple
output audio interface, the Monitor and Master
channels will be the same.
22.
KNOB 1 - This knob adjusts how much of the
selected effect will be mixed into the Master Mix. In
other words, if the knob is all the way down, you will
hear only the original sound. Conversely, if the
knob is all the way up, you will hear only the
effected sound.
23.
BUTTON 1 - Press this button to select between
the different effects to be applied to the Master Mix.
24.
KNOB 2 - This knob functions as a left/right
balance control on deck A.
25.
BUTTON 2 - Press and hold this button for Scratch
Mode. While Scratch Mode is activated, you can
use the jog wheel to scratch the audio playing on
deck A.
26.
KNOB 3 - This knob adjusts the first parameter of
the selected effect. Please note that this parameter
will be different, depending on which effect you
have selected.
27.
BUTTON 3 - Press this button to turn the master
effect on and off.
28.
KNOB 4 - This knob adjusts the second parameter
of the selected effect, if available. Please note that
this parameter may be different or unavailable,
depending on which effect you have selected.
29.
BUTTON 4 - This button can be used to adjust a
third parameter of the selected effect, if available.
For example, if you have selected the Delay effect,
you can use this button to tap out the BPM of the
Delay effect.
UNLABELED CONTROLS – RIGHT SIDE :::
EQ - Each deck features an EQ which can be used to
make adjustments to the levels of the Treble, Mid, and
Bass frequencies of the music. By pressing down,
each EQ knob can also function as a Kill switch,
removing that frequency band from the music. The
LED next to the knob will light to let you know that the
Kill feature has been engaged. To disengage the Kill
feature, press on the knob again.
19.
PH MIX - This knob adjusts the balance between
the Monitor and Master channels in the
headphones. Please note that, unless you are
using a multiple output audio interface, the Monitor
and Master Mix channels will be the same.
7
30.
KNOB 1 - This knob functions as a left/right
balance control on deck A.
31.
BUTTON 1 - Press and hold this button for Scratch
Mode. While Scratch Mode is activated, you can
use the jog wheel to scratch the audio playing on
deck A.
32.
KNOB 2 - This knob allows you to seek through the
track preview.
33.
BUTTON 2 - Press this button to start and pause
the track preview.
34.
KNOB 3 - This button allows you to seek through
the music loaded on the deck which is currently "in
focus". You can focus on a deck by holding down
the PAGE button and pressing the corresponding
deck's LOAD TRACK button.
35.
BUTTON 3 - This button functions a s a RELOOP
BUTTON. You can press this button to enter the
last set loop. If no loop has been previously set,
pressing RELOOP will begin looping the first bar of
the track.
36.
KNOB 4 - This button allows you to make fine pitch
adjustments to the music on the deck which is
currently "in focus". You can focus on a deck by
holding down the PAGE button and pressing the
corresponding deck's LOAD TRACK button.
37.
BUTTON 4 - This button allows you to synchronize
the downbeats of the music playing on the deck
currently "in focus" to the downbeats of the other
deck. You can focus on a deck by holding down
the PAGE button and pressing the corresponding
deck's LOAD TRACK button.
www.numark.com
MANUAL VERSION 1.1
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising