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DDJ SB2 cant connect to mac

Hi guys, Im having a problem with my Pioneer DDJ SB2 controller. 

Whenever I connect my controller to my mac, it turns on and it switches to something like a standby mode (theres few lights turned on), when i enter Serato, the controller is not working. 

When I unplug my controller, go into serato and then plug the controller back in at the bottom of the screen it says "DDJ SB2 hardware connecting, this can take up to a minute". Nothing however changes and the controller has few lights turned on but nothing is working. 

I updated all the software, the os, etc. 
I also messed about with MIDI settings on my Mac's preferences (that didn't help either) 
I used another cable for connecting the controller to my mac, used different usb ports, nothing is working. 


 

 

Kacper Kurczynski Répondu

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Open the Audio MIDI Settings application, go to the MIDI Studio window, find the DDJ-SB2, select it and delete it, then click the "Rescan" button at the top (with the SB2 connected via USB), and try again.

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also, when i go into rekordbox it does say that the controller is connected, it seems like its blocked, i cant do anything except turning some of the buttons on such as FXs, or the hot cue/loop buttons. 

Kacper Kurczynski 0 votes
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Hi, i have exactly the same problem with the DDJ SB on macbook, did you already find a way to solve it?

Lars van den Nieuwenhoff 0 votes
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Lars > Need a bit more info -- which OS are you running? Have you checked that the device appears under your USB listing on the System Information page?

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