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Denon DJ - MC-7000 - Layout

MIXER CONTROLS





  1. CROSSFADER. Blends audio between the channels assigned to the left and right side of the crossfader.

  2. VOLUME. Volume Faders (mixer channel order is 3-1-2-4 decks). Note that the faders will not to alter the sound of the corresponding software deck, if the USB-LINE switchers are on LINE position, and the sound of the software decks will be muted.
    Hold SHIFT down and then use the Volume Faders to start/stop the deck when moving from the minimum to any other position (Fader Start/Stop)

  3. CF ASSIGN. Use these switchers to assign each mixer channel to a side of the Crossfader. Select the L (Left) or R (Right) position to assign a deck to the left or right side of the crossfader. When in Thru position, the crossfader will not affect the output level of the mixer channel.

  4. CUE/PFL. Use these buttons to send one or more channel's pre-fader signal to the Cue Channel for monitoring. When engaged, the buttons will be lit (orange for decks 3 and 4 and blue for decks 1 and 2).

  5. FILTER. Applies a High/Low-pass Filter on each channel.

  6. EQ LOW. Adjusts low (bass) frequencies of the corresponding channel.

  7. EQ MID. Adjusts the middle (mid) frequencies of the corresponding channel .

  8. EQ HI. Adjusts the high (treble) frequencies of the corresponding channel .

  9. LEVEL. Adjusts the audio level (gain) of the corresponding channel.

  10. INPUT SELECTOR. Set this switch to the desired audio source for each mixer channel:
    - USB (a track playing on that layer in VirtualDJ), Set all 4 switches to USB position in order to control 4 VirtualDJ decks.
    - PHONO/LINE (a device connected to the Line Inputs on MC7000 rear panel).
    Note: the software deck will be muted if the switcher is on LINE position.

  11. USB1/2 When both USB1 and USB2 (connections at the rear panel) are connected to a computer, use these buttons to select which computer will control left/right side of the MC-7000.

  12. MASTER LEVEL Adjusts the output level of the Master Output (connection at the rear panel). Independent Hardware operation, not controlling VirtualDJ Master Output nor its movement is visible on VirtualDJ GUI

  13. BOOTH LEVEL/HI/LOW Adjusts the output level of the Booth Output (connection at the rear panel). Independent Hardware operation, not controlling VirtualDJ mixer nor its movement is visible on VirtualDJ GUI

  14. PHONES MIX Use this knob to blend Master Output signal with the Channels that have the CUE/PFL buttons enabled. When the knob is at the minimum position, only audio coming from the channels that have CUE/PFL enabled will be sent to Headphones. When in maximum position only audio signal from Master Output will be sent to the Headphones channel.
    Independent Hardware operation, not controlling VirtualDJ Headphones Volume knob nor its movement is visible on VirtualDJ GUI

  15. PHONES LEVEL Adjust the Volume of the Headphones Channel. Independent Hardware operation, not controlling VirtualDJ Headphones Mix knob nor its movement is visible on VirtualDJ GUI

  16. SPLIT CUE Use this button to send Master Output signal to one side of the Headphones and the CUE/PFL channels to the other one.
    Independent Hardware operation, not controlling VirtualDJ Split Cue setting

  17. SAMPLER VOLUME Adjust the Master Volume of the VirtualDJ Sampler


Deck Controls