MIXER & EFFECT CONTROLS
ACTION1 CROSSFADERBlends audio between the left and right assigned mixer channels2 CF ASSIGNAssign Mixer Channel to A (Left) or B (Right) side of the Crosssfader or set to THRU for Crossfader not to affect its output3 VOLUMEAlter the output Volume of each Mixer Channel4 CUE/PFLPress these buttons to send channel's pre-fader signal to the Headphones Channel for monitoring. When engaged, the button will be lit5 COLORUse this knob to apply the selected Color FX on each Mixer Channel. When in middle position, the selected Color FX is not applied, even if it is enabled from the selection buttons6 COLOR FX SELECTUse these buttons to select one of the 6 available Color FX (Space, Dub Echo, Sweep, Noise, Crush and Filter). 7 COLOR PARAMETERUse this knob to adjust the Parameter of the selected Color FX. 8 3-BAND EQUse these 3 knobs to adjust the 3 Bands(Low, Mid, High) of the Equalizer for each Mixer Channel. 9 TRIMAdjusts the pre-fader output level (gain) of each mixer channel. 10 CH3/CH4 INPUTSet CH3/CH4 to PC position for audio signal from VirtualDJ Decks 3/4 to be routed to Mixer Channels 3/4. Use this position for Timecode/DVS Control (See Advanced Setup).
Set CH3/CH4 to LINE position for audio signal from LINE Inputs CH3/CH4 be routed to Mixer Channels 3/4.
Set CH3/CH4 to PHONO position for audio signal from PHONO Inputs CH3/CH4 be routed to Mixer Channels 3/411 AUX SOURCE INPUTSet to PC position for VirtualDJ to send audio from the set output to the Master Output of XDJ-XZ. By default the USB AUX Output channels are set to output the VDJ Sampler.
Set to LINE/PORTABLE position for the audio signal from AUX Input (rear connection) to be routed to the Master Output.12 AUX VOLUMEAdjust the output Volume of the AUX input. By default this knob is assigned to adjust the Master Volume of VirtualDJ Sampler.13 HEADPHONES MIXTurn to mix between Cue and Program in the Headphone channel. When all the way to the left, only channels routed to the Headphones channel (via the CUE buttons) will be heard. When all the way to the right, only the Program mix will be heard.14 HEADPHONES LEVELAdjusts the level of the Headphones Output (Connection at the front panel)
The BEAT FX section is used to apply Hardware Effects to Decks/Master/Mic/AUX-Sampler, 15 X-PADUse this X-PAD touch-strip slider or the touch-pads to temporary trigger the selected Beat-FX and adjust it's beats at the same time.16 BEATSUse these buttons to half/double the beats for the selected Beat-FX17 FX-QUANTIZEWhen enabled, Beat-FXs will be quantized/snap to nearest beat18 FX-TAPTap this button on Tempo for a different BPM/Beatgrid to be used from the FX-Beat, than the one VirtualDJ sends from its Decks19 FX-AUTOUse this button to get BPM/Beatgrid from VirtualDJ again (if manually set differently)20 FX-FREQUENCYUse these buttons to allow to the triggered Beat FX to apply to Low, Mid, High frequencies of the audio signal. 21 FX-SELECTUse this selector knob to select one of the available Beat FX. The name of the selected Effect is displayed on the main LCD. 22 FX-ASSIGNUse this selector knob to select to which source the effect will apply to. (Decks, Master, Mic, Sampler/AUX). The selected source will be displayed on the main LCD. 23 FX-TIMEUse this dial to fine adjust the time interval between 2 beats for the selected Hardware effect. 24 FX-LEVELUse this knob to adjust the Level/Depth of the selected Beat FX.25 FX-ONUse button to enable/disable the selected Beat FX. Its led will flash when enabledNotes
- The Mixer section of Pioneer XDJ-XZ is operating in hardware mode, meaning that audio is mixed from the actual device and not the VirtualDJ mixer. However, all mixer elements are capable of sending MIDI messages and let VirtualDJ know of their positions and see those on the VirtualDJ skin (useful mostly for Video mixing, auto MASTER deck selection etc). For this feature, MIXER MIDI MESSAGES needs to be enabled from XDJ-XZ Utilities (see Advanced Setup)
- The type/curve of Equalizer can be changed from XDJ-XZ Utilities (see Advanced Setup)
- The Beat Effects triggered from the XDJ-XZ are hardware. VirtualDJ (software) Effects can still be applied from the GUI or different MIDI device. Both Hardware and Software Effects are post-fader