Using the Touch Screens. Monster Go-DJ


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FILE BROWSER SCREEN

Using the Touch Screens

• Swipe Up or Down: You can swipe vertically to scroll through the File

Browser Window vertically.

• Tap: You can touch (tap) the screen to select a file or directory.

• Double Tap: You can double tap the screen to open the File Properties window. Confirm that you want to load the file. Choose “Cancel” otherwise.

When you select a directory, double tapping will open and enter the selected directory.

• Swipe Left: Swiping to the left is the same function as the double tap.

• Swipe Right: You can swipe to the right to exit from the current directory.

Icons in the File Selection Screen

The File Browser Screen displays icons by the file names to display specific information about the files.

Icons Description

The file or track is loaded on the Digital Turntable on Track-A.

The file or track is loaded on the Digital Turntable on Track-B.

The file or track is loaded on BOTH Digital Turntables on Track-A and Track-B.

Hot-cue points are set on the file or track. The color and number of bars correspond to the real data that the user sets (actual number of hot-cue points).

Icons Description

The white dots can indicate two pieces of information: how many times or how recently the file is played. You can select which information is displayed by changing the corresponding option in the Options Screen.

Depending on what setting you choose, the white dots will mean one of the following:

• If “Play Count” is selected in the Options Screen:

The number of dots corresponds to the number of times that the track has been played. The maximum number of dots is four (4). If a track is played more than four (4) times, the Play Count will remain four (4).

• If “Passed Time” is selected in the Options Screen:

The number of dots indicates the recentness of play, specifically showing how much time has passed since the track was last played.

The following is the key to the information:

4 Dots: Less than 30 minutes has passed since the track was last played.

3 Dots: Less than 2 hours have passed since the track was last played.

2 Dots: Less than 24 hours have passed since the track was last played.

1 Dots: Less than 10 days have passed since the track was last played.

0 Dots: More than 10 days have passed since the track was last played.

Note: In order to calculate the time that has passed since the last playback,

Play History is required. You can turn on Play History by toggling the

“Remember History” option in the CONTROL(4) tab of the Options Screen.

Please note that if you change the date or time on the SYSTEM(1) tab of the Options Screen, the change is reflected in the displayed information of the time that has passed since the last playback.

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