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Microphone Not Working In Traktor Pro 3renewjungle Mac

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Dec 31, 2011 now that basically everything is working fine - one problem remains - my mic input is not working. The DDJ-T1 has the power supply attached (also the orange rings are glowing). The Aux Input on the back works. The Switch on front of the DDJ-T1 is set to Mic. I played around with the Volume knob left of the mic jacket. Sep 10, 2012 Not only does Traktor’s waveform zoom function ease the pressure for those of us who are visually challenged, it serves as a helpful tool in helping you to lay a more precise beatgrid. Once you have laid your beatgrid and you feel you have it in the right place in relation to the tick (metronome) you can use zoom to examine a particular.

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  • I have traktor pro 2 installed and my hercules e2 controller works fine with it, all controls are fine but no sounds played through traktor play.
    Under Audio setup i have the following settings:
    Audio device: ASIO4ALL v2
    Sample rate: 24000Hz
    Latency: 512

    Then under the ‘Built in soundcard’ bit i have ASIO4ALL selected again. The only other choice being something called” Conexant 20561 smartaudio ( (Wassapi) (Shared mode))”

    I have no idea what to do with input & output routing, but have had no luck with just guessing. could really use some help people. if you need any more info, let me know. thanks

    On Audio Setup, select “ASIO4ALL” for audio device. Then, on Output Routing, select “Internal” for mixing mode, on Out Master select 1: Front Left, then 2: Front Right. Output Monitor should be 3: Back Left, then 4: Back Right.

    Degenerate, post: 21893, member: 2367 wrote: Alvin, in output routing the only options available for anything under the output routing tab is, “HD Audio digital out 1” and “HD Audio digital out 2”. Oh and im using a hercules e2 mixer so i’d need to use external mixer right? cheers man

    So I’ve checked your controller the Hercules E2, and learned that it doesn’t have a built-in soundcard. And, the computer that you are connecting to is using a Digital-Out interface, which means your ordinary 3.5mm will not work with it. You will need a S/PDIF is a digital audio interconnect to RCA cable to be able to connect it to an external mixer or speakers.

    Try using Conexant 20561 smartaudio ( (Wassapi) (Shared mode)) as your audio setup and use “internal” in your output routing select “anything” that is available on your drop down list and see if any sound is produced in your computer.

    If it still doesn’t work, then your computer’s soundcard doesn’t support external audio routing, you may need to buy a DJ soundcard like one of these: http://www.digitaldjtips.com/2010/11/6-budget-dj-sound-cards/

    Degenerate, post: 21893, member: 2367 wrote: Alvin, in output routing the only options available for anything under the output routing tab is, “HD Audio digital out 1” and “HD Audio digital out 2”. Oh and im using a hercules e2 mixer so i’d need to use external mixer right? cheers man

    So I’ve checked your controller the Hercules E2, and learned that it doesn’t have a built-in soundcard. And, the computer that you are connecting to is using a Digital-Out interface, which means your ordinary 3.5mm will not work with it. You will need a S/PDIF is a digital audio interconnect to RCA cable to be able to connect it to an external mixer or speakers.

    Try using Conexant 20561 smartaudio ( (Wassapi) (Shared mode)) as your audio setup and use “internal” in your output routing select “anything” that is available on your drop down list and see if any sound is produced in your computer.

    If it still doesn’t work, then your computer’s soundcard doesn’t support external audio routing, you may need to buy a DJ soundcard like one of these: http://www.digitaldjtips.com/2010/11/6-budget-dj-sound-cards/

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    Degenerate, post: 21893, member: 2367 wrote: Alvin, in output routing the only options available for anything under the output routing tab is, “HD Audio digital out 1” and “HD Audio digital out 2”. Oh and im using a hercules e2 mixer so i’d need to use external mixer right? cheers man

    So I’ve checked your controller the Hercules E2, and learned that it doesn’t have a built-in soundcard. And, the computer that you are connecting to is using a Digital-Out interface, which means your ordinary 3.5mm will not work with it. You will need a S/PDIF is a digital audio interconnect to RCA cable to be able to connect it to an external mixer or speakers.

    Try using Conexant 20561 smartaudio ( (Wassapi) (Shared mode)) as your audio setup and use “internal” in your output routing select “anything” that is available on your drop down list and see if any sound is produced in your computer.

    If it still doesn’t work, then your computer’s soundcard doesn’t support external audio routing, you may need to buy a DJ soundcard like one of these: http://www.digitaldjtips.com/2010/11/6-budget-dj-sound-cards/

    3D 5.1 soundcards will work as long as you have two separate outputs. But, if you want to connect it to high-powered mixers and speakers, then I recommend buying a DJ soundcard from numark or native instruments. That way there would be no distortion if you pump up the volume.

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