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Using DJM-900NXS2 as soundcard for 2 computers simultaneously

Hi, can I plug and use 2 computers with one Pioneer DJM-900NXS2 simultaneously. I know that is possible with 2 computers with DVS. When I'm using another software I have both computrers on channel 1. But is it possible to send signal from one computer to chanel 1 and second for another? I'm trying to use etting Ultility but without succes. I will be thankful for help

Filip Botor Répondu

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Yes - just assign the input selector to that PC for that channel.

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No, you just need to use software capable of addressing outputs other than 1/2, which is the default as most applications don't have a specific need to access other outs.

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I totally do not agree with you!

Almost all audio or media players allow you to select output device ... winamp had that feature 25 years ago!

In simple way I can imagine to spread output sound to all channels and DJ can select the right channel on the mix.

In advance mode each channel should be displayed as separate device ... so DJ can select direct output channel in PC.

... current setup is really poor!

 

 

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You misunderstood - it's not a question of selecting the output device but rather the channel used. Most applications can't use ASIO drivers, so they use WDM or MME drivers, which typically only have one stereo output, and equally, those applications typically can't address more than the first pair of outputs anyhow. The problem is not the DJM / drivers, but the application you're using. Go and grab a copy of Audacity - you'll see it has no built-in ASIO support because it requires a license to distribute it with that built-in, but you can compile it yourself, and then you'd be able to access the recording output from the DJM on channels 7/8 if you needed.

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