Mixer Fader Settings

The curves of both the crossfader and channel faders can be adjusted to adapt to different play styles or situations.

For example, scratch DJs often prefer a crossfader with a very sharp curve for performing fast cuts, while radio DJs might prefer a smooth crossfader curve which maintains a constant output volume while fading between two tracks.

Both fader curves are displayed and updated in real-time to visualize the current settings. The curve describes the volume (y-axis) in relation to the fader’s position (x-axis).

The crossfader has two curve types:

  • Transition: When the crossfader is in the center position both channels are at full volume
  • Constant Power: The channels will be faded to maintain a constant power / energy

Each mixer channel can be assigned to:

  • A: The left side of the crossfader
  • B: The right side of the crossfader
  • None: Unassigned, the crossfader will not affect the volume of the channel

Evolution of the DJ Crossfader: https://www.rane.com/note146.html

  • mixer_fader_settings.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/05/30 13:38
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