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bagpussPRO InfinityMember since 2003
lucas569 wrote :
Anybody else experience a tiny hiss sound in the earphones when no music is playing?
this same problem has been brought up over at the pioneer dj forum by a few members.


Yes it's there.

Posté Thu 19 Apr 18 @ 10:50 am
gmediaPRO InfinityMember since 2007
ALERT!:

A new Pioneer DDJ-1000 firmware update just dropped today. I tried it and could not get DDJ to show up as an audio card. I mean, it recognized that it had an audio card and asked if you wanted to use it, but it did not show up for anything in the Audio section. Control was fine.

We (VDJ support) tried the previous driver, and it worked. So, unless it is just on my setup (which I doubt), I would wait for VDJ to fix this before updating your driver.

I may have known it was the new driver if I hadn't gotten the DDJ just today. I downloaded the latest driver like the VDJ tutorial said.

Just an FYI. Let me know if any of you get the March 19th, 2018 Pioneer driver going.

Chris

Posté Thu 19 Apr 18 @ 6:06 pm
gmediaPRO InfinityMember since 2007
Also, what do you guys use for a "Stop" (not pause) button? I'm not seeing anything.

Sometimes we need to stop a track on one of the decks and start it over, especially if we were listening to it in the headphones first and need to start the track over.

Chris

Posté Thu 19 Apr 18 @ 7:01 pm
bagpussPRO InfinityMember since 2003

It's April not March, the firmware is a month old.

Posté Thu 19 Apr 18 @ 10:22 pm
gmedia wrote :
ALERT!:

A new Pioneer DDJ-1000 firmware update just dropped today. I tried it and could not get DDJ to show up as an audio card. I mean, it recognized that it had an audio card and asked if you wanted to use it, but it did not show up for anything in the Audio section. Control was fine.

We (VDJ support) tried the previous driver, and it worked. So, unless it is just on my setup (which I doubt), I would wait for VDJ to fix this before updating your driver.

I may have known it was the new driver if I hadn't gotten the DDJ just today. I downloaded the latest driver like the VDJ tutorial said.

Just an FYI. Let me know if any of you get the March 19th, 2018 Pioneer driver going.

Chris


i have the latest driver and my set up works fine. What version of VDJ are you running? you on mac or pc?


Posté Thu 19 Apr 18 @ 11:29 pm
bagpussPRO InfinityMember since 2003

I've had an issue with the DDJ on two occassions now (last two gigs).

After playing for several hours the sound lets out some strange digital distortion noises (almost like a dial up modem sound, but punchier), it happened for a few seconds, the controller displays flickered while this was going on, and VDJ was also flickering, it disappeared for a second, then came back and the sound resumed as normal. Everything held up fine for the rest of the night.

In a previous gig the digital noise seemed related to the use of the loop button on deck B, as everytime I set the loop the loud noises started, and turning off the loop made the noises stop, as soon as I loaded another song onto the deck, the loop function resumed as normal, and there was no other instance of the problem.




Posté Sat 21 Apr 18 @ 3:44 am
gmediaPRO InfinityMember since 2007
I wasn't getting any alerts to your posts and thought you were all just jerks :) lol I don't know why I assume that if I post on a thread that I am subscribed.

Why am I stuck in March!?! lol Now I feel like a nerd :) My birthday is in March, so I just stretch it as long as possible.

Anyway, VDJ tech support just rolled back the driver to fix my issue. I have the latest VDJ. I'll have to do some investigating/testing.

The dual USB function is super cool!! I'm at a point in my career/life that I want to SIMPLIFY, but still deliver. I used to have two controllers and two laptops. It sounds like I just eliminated one controller. I mean, I still have a backup in the van though :)

Thanks guys!
Chris

Posté Tue 24 Apr 18 @ 5:56 pm
knock on wood i havent had any problems so far... aside from a hiss in the headphones when in a quite room and no music.

Posté Sat 28 Apr 18 @ 1:50 am
gmediaPRO InfinityMember since 2007
So booth out will definitely do the trick. Thank you guys! My subs have a built-in crossover, so that will work great!

A few other things...

Is there any way to change the track time on the jog wheel to "time remaining" instead of current?

Is there a way to map the touchpads to trigger DMX scenes/chases?

Thanks!!

Chris


Posté Sat 05 May 18 @ 12:11 pm
djdadPRO InfinityDevelopment ManagerMember since 2005
gmedia wrote :
Is there any way to change the track time on the jog wheel to "time remaining" instead of current?

Yes. http://www.virtualdj.com/manuals/hardware/pioneer/ddj1000/settings.html (LCD OPTIONS)

gmedia wrote :
Is there a way to map the touchpads to trigger DMX scenes/chases?

Depends on what DMX application you are using and if there is a VirtualDJ Plugin for it. But better start a new topic for it, not entirely related to a specific controller.




Posté Sat 05 May 18 @ 12:17 pm
gmediaPRO InfinityMember since 2007
Thank you DJDad!

Chris

Posté Sat 05 May 18 @ 1:03 pm
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