Are you using the newest version of Serato 2.2.2, and have you updated the driver from the main site?
Ddj 1000 Srt
Has Anyone else had any issues with this controller? I have been using this unit for 2 days and out of nowhere the volume spikes up and every time I try to load tracks in serato DJ it wont allow me. I get a "Writing Tags" message
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Hi Jay, yes serato Dj 2.2.2
All your tracks have already been analyzed in Serato right?
Hey Jay, I have been a Serato User for over 10 years now. I have occasionally analyzed my tracks because most new tracks for the most part, are already analyzed when downloaded from record pools like Djcity.com. Up until now I have never had this happen before. I loaded up a track on the left deck. When I loaded up a different track on the right the volume immediately spiked and on the bottom left I got the "Writing Track Tag" message. This locked up the right deck and prevented me from loading a track.
The problem I’m having while using this controller is: when I turn the master volume down to 0 it makes a loud boom noise, you know sound speakers make if you pull the master wires out while having the speakers on
@Danny > Can you get that on video?
Does it happen with all outputs (RCA / XLR / Booth)?
Does it happen only with the master volume knob or does closing a fader / turning the channel trim all the way to zero have the same effect?
When I turn my master volume down, my speakers pop very loud, and my bass drops out of channel 1 or 2, sometimes at the same time, sometimes alternate. The bass just fade out on 1, sounding like a horn, and channel 2 bass drops out and sound like it's coming out of a cardboard box. I only had these 1000srt for less than a week, very embarrassing playing in a club, the same with my SX3, not very reliable, looks good, set up is good, performance very bad.
Does anyone have any issues with the pads having a lag when pressed from cue points
If you have quantize enabled, that may be why - it's delaying jumping to the hot cue in order for it to be on-beat.