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It represents the rhythms of the two songs. Each peak of a curve represents a beat of one of the two songs. Songs are not mixed : blue : current song, red : selected song, next song The highlighted curved is the "selected curve" and corresponds to the songs whose deck is selected. It corresponds also to the headphone output. This is the song that has to be played after the current song: the "next song".
The aim of "classic" DJ mixing is to match the rhythm of two songs, to make a smooth transition from the current song to the next song.. You don't need to try to mix the song in your left ear with the one in your right ear anymore. Just superpose the two curves and the songs are mixed. Songs are mixed. Use the "Magic Button" to perform all those operations in a single click. Change the pitch to match the two rhythms.
When the distance between two consecutive peaks in the current song is equal to the distance between two consecutive peaks in the second song, the two songs have the same rhythm, the same BPM. You can also use the build-in instant BPM counter to know the exact BPM of each song and match song even more rapidly.
Pause and Play the selected song until its peaks match the one of the current song. Now the beats are equal: the phase of the two songs are equal. You can also drag and drop the selected curve over the current curve to perform the phase shift in a click. To be even more accurate, you can use the two shortcuts left and right arrow to nudge the selected curve forward left arrow or backward right arrow.
Then, just modify the gain of the selected song to match both songs output volume. For this operation, you will need headphones, or to cross fade smoothly from the current song to the next and adjust the gain step by step.
Once the two songs are mixed, you can use the cross fader to make a smooth transition to the next song. To mix the two songs in one click, use the "automix now! Scratch The Active Waveform Display can also be used to scratch your song like if it was a regular vinyl. In order to scratch, you need to have the scratch mode set to hold in the options. Then, just click on the Active Waveform Display and the song will stop as if you were holding the disc. Now, move your mouse to the left and to the right to move the disc.
Release the mouse button to let the disc play again. Tip: You can also achieve the same effect in regular scratch mode if your song is paused. There are two desks, corresponding to two independent players. One on the left and one on the right. The left one is desk A and the right one is desk B. To load a song on one of the available desks, drag the song from the music browser and drop it on one of the desks.
You can check if songs are always synchronized by using the Active Waveform display. If they happen to get desynchronized, just click again on the magic button. If the song has just been loaded, is stopped or is on pause, just click on the magic button to start playing the song in the right tempo.
Press on this button to play the loaded song press it again to pause it. To play from the same point, press this button again. Stop: this button stops the song. On the first click, the song is stopped, then, three actions are available: 1. If a cue point has already been set for this song, click on the stop button to set the song position to the cue point.
Click a second time on the stop button to set the song position is brought back to its absolute start. This is the default functionality of the stop button. If the song has already been played, AtomixMP3 has detected the first beat of the song.
Click a third time on the stop button to bring the song position to the exact location if the first beat Cue: cueing functionality. Sets a marker on the song, a cue point, so be able to get back to this point in a second.
It can be : the beginning of the lyrics of the song a special break point To return to this cue point, click on the stop button. Each time a song on switch a cue point is set is loaded to one of the desks, AtomixMP3 sets the song position to the cue point. To set more than one cue point, use the corresponding shortcuts. Loop: These four buttons make the song enter a seamless loop of 1, 2, 4 or 8 beats length. The duration of the loop can be changed during the loop without breaking it by clicking on another button.
Song information s - Position, Extended, Condensed - Song position: the position of each player in the song is represented in a disc for a higher precision. Click at any point on the disc to start playing at this point. Click on the information window to switch between the two available display modes : 1. Use the pitch control to mix the two songs manually. Move the slider up to make the song play slower, move it down to play the song faster. Right click anywhere on the pitch circle to move the pitch to this position, as soon as you release the mouse button, the pith returns to its former value.
This can make amazing effects. This button as two functionalities:. In automix mode, the pitch is slowly reset after each mix. You can disable this option in the options panel. Time Stretch: changes the speed of the song without changing its pitch. This is the default setting of the pitch slider. If you wish to switch to the regular pitch control, you can disable the time stretch in the options panel.
If the song is already normalized, and that the song level is max, increasing the gain can cause saturation. Prefer using the gain by lowering it, or to enhance parts of the song where the volume is low. The 'Magic' button also sets the gain so that the next song has the same overall output level as the playing song. You can "turn" one of those buttons by clicking on them and, before releasing the mouse button, drag the mouse up or down.
Like the other sliders and knobs of AtomixMP3: double click on the equalizer button resets it right click on any point of the slider performs an immediate cut High: the highest frequencies of the song. Medium: the medium frequencies of the song. The vocal parts of songs often happened to be in medium frequencies, you can then use the medium equalizer slider to cut the vocals of a song. Bass: the lowest frequencies of the song, mainly the "boom-boom" giving the tempo.
To do a real smooth mix, use the cross fader and the bass 5. The center panel of AtomixMP3 default user interface presents the main mixing controls: with them you can perform a fully automated mix, with the "automix now!
To go even further through mixing techniques, try to use the build-in equalizers. Mixer: cross fader, level, select, automix Sliders :. When the slider is on the left, only the left desk A is mixed. When the slider is on the right, only the right desk B is mixed. In the center reset both desks A and B are mixed at their maximal level.
To change this setting, go to the options page. Like the other sliders and knobs of AtomixMP3 : cross fader positions - red : output level for desk A, blue : output level for desk B double click on the slider resets the cross fader to the central position right click on any point of the slider performs an immediate cut : it sets the cross fader to this position and sets is back when you release the right mouse button Level: changes the output audio level of each song.
This setting changes the cross fader effect. Like the other sliders and knobs of AtomixMP3 : double click on the slider resets the level to the maximum position right click on any point of the slider performs an immediate cut : it sets the level to this position and sets is back when you release the right mouse button.
AtomixMP3 Main Window 1. Music files Music Files Browser -. WAV - This window allows you to find a song in your hard drive, by browsing your folders the "classic" way. The sub window will close itself again when you drag the mouse outside of it, allowing you to use the maximum space to view your files. If you wish to keep it open, simply press the lock button. Folders Browser. The file browser also includes distant files on your local network for instance Favourite Folder: If all your files are in sub-folders of a main directory, you can let this main directory be the root of the folder view, the favourite folder.
To set a specific folder as your favourite folder, like the "My Music" folder above, select the folder you want as your favourite folder, and click on the "set favourite button" on the top right corner of the file sub window. To load a song on one of the available desks, select the song and drag and drop it on one of the desks.
A question mark mans that this song has never been played in AtomixMP3, and therefore the BPM and volume are not known yet. Playlist Playlist manager III. The playlist manager is a dynamic sub window common to the file browser and the search window.
It allows you both to prepare the playlist you will mix during your session. That means that you will preselect the songs you will play and their order. Moreover, AtomixMP3 can be fully automated and mix by itself your entire playlist. Exactly the same way you can load songs from the music window, you can drag and drop files from the playlist sub window to any of the desks.
The playlist sub window can be shown by dragging the mouse to the extreme right side of AtomixMP3 main window.
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