Buttons. Monster Go-DJ

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The buttons are arranged to replicate the layout of a traditional DJ setup for two turntables and a mixer.

Button 1 Volume for Tracks A and B

Button 2 FX Level

Button 3 FX Select

Button 4 Analog Controller

Button 5 Play/Pause

Button 6 Cue

Button 7 Crossfader

Please be aware that these are multi-function and multi-layered buttons, also known as “soft keys.” They have different functions depending on how they are handled. There are four ways to adjust the function of these knobs.

The Secondary Function is triggered when an analog button or knob is pressed down.

• Turning the knob

• Click the knob by pressing down

• Click and turn by pressing and holding down and turning the knob

• Long Press

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# Button

1 VOLUME-A

Primary Function

Turn the button in order to toggle the volume of Track-A. The track level is indicated by the

LED meter.

Secondary Function

Send Track-A to Headphones:

Click to route the audio from Track-A to the headphones. Click again to choose to send the audio to either the left side, the right side or both sides of the headphones.

Microphone Volume Control: Press, hold and turn the button while turning to toggle the microphone volume.

1 VOLUME-B Turn the button in order to toggle the volume of Track-B. The track level is indicated by the

LED meter.

Send Track-B to Headphone:

Click to route the audio from Track-B to the headphones. Click again to choose to send the audio to either the left side, the right side or both sides of the headphones.

Headphone Volume:

Press, hold and turn the button to toggle the headphone volume. The level is indicated by the LED meter.

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2 FX LEVEL

FX SELECT

Primary Function Secondary Function

Turn the FX LEVEL button to change the level of the selected (or grouped) FX function(s).

Note: Some FX functions have secondary functions. Please refer to the “EFFECTS” section of the manual.

Master Volume:

When the FX SELECT button is placed on the last option (ALL FX OFF), turn the FX LEVEL button to toggle the master volume.

Dynamic FX Routing:

When the FX SELECT button is placed on the last option (ALL FX OFF), press, hold and turn the FX LEVEL knob to choose what channel to route the selected FX function(s) to (VOLUME-A,

VOLUME-B, or both tracks).

Turn and click to select one or more effects (FX). None

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FUNCTION-A Use clicks and turns to control different analog functions on each screen for Track-A.

FUNCTION-B Use clicks and turns to control different analog functions on each screen for Track-B.

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5 PLAY/PAUSE Press to play or pause the track loaded to the

Digital Turntable on Track-A.

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5 PLAY/PAUSE Press to play or pause the track loaded to the

Digital Turntable on Track-B.

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6 CUE

Primary Function

Press to set a cue point on Track-A.

Secondary Function

Press and hold to begin playing Track-A from the cue point. Releasing the CUE button will stop playback and return Track-A to the cue point, unless PLAY is pressed.

6 CUE Press to set a cue point on Track-B.

7 CROSSFADER Slide back and forth to adjust the balance between Track-A and Track-B.

Press and hold to begin playing Track-B from the cue point. Releasing the CUE button will stop playback and return Track-B to the cue point, unless PLAY is pressed.

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