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19LarsPRO InfinityMember since 2016
A fundamental question. Is there a tutorial somewhere on how to record your mix with Virtual Dj? For me it's only possible via the microphone.
 
Posted Fri 13 Jul 18 @ 6:54 pm
seemPRO InfinityMember since 2004
It depends on which controller you are using.

There are controllers where you can record an audio file directly from VDJ.
You can then start the "recording function" under SETTINGS -> RECORD

And there are controllers (e.g. American Audio VMS 2) where this is not possible because the audio signal "remains in the controller". In that case you can only pick up the audio signal directly from the controller.

Greetings ScheinS



 
Posted Fri 13 Jul 18 @ 8:28 pm
vlnjackiPRO InfinityMember since 2010
What do you use for equipment (mixer, midicontroller sound cards, etc.)

I mainly record externally, with the VMS 2 via the booth output or to my external mixer via Rec out via chinch to Sony or Denon mini disc recorder or Denon tape deck.

But I have already recorded via external sound card Ion Audio from VDJ directly (Rec output configured) on the chinch out of the ion Audio.

Have never recorded via the internal VDJ recording.

MFG, Dirk
 
Posted Sat 14 Jul 18 @ 9:09 am
mobile homePRO InfinityMember since 2013
Record with Audacity. So you can adjust the volume directly and have no losses,
except those created in the mixer. Direct recordings with VDJ are very quiet, at least with the VMS4 and MCX8000.
Somewhere here there are also pictures like Audacity needs to be set. I may have it too, but it's too late for me now
to look for it.
 
Posted Sat 14 Jul 18 @ 8:37 pm
19LarsPRO InfinityMember since 2016
Thanks for the information. I managed it with my controller (MCX 8000) but the recording is very quiet. Will then try it with audacity.
 
Posted Mon 16 Jul 18 @ 7:22 am
mobile homePRO InfinityMember since 2013
Here is the matching picture for Audacity
 
Posted Mon 16 Jul 18 @ 2:36 pm
vlnjackiPRO InfinityMember since 2010
Otherwise you could use any other recording software such as No. 23 recorder to take .
So would set -1db or better -2db at the entrance in the recording software.

Mfg, Dirk
 
Posted Mon 16 Jul 18 @ 7:06 pm
ok trend promotionPRO InfinityMember since 2018
vlnjacki wrote:
Otherwise you could use any other recording software such as No. 23 recorder to take .
So would set -1db or better -2db at the entrance in the recording software.

Mfg, Dirk

hey dirk mahl basic question about vdj 8 have made test recording also loads in my music folder as mp3 but can not play it over win media player now the question (WHY) thanks im vor.für a helpful answer.kg.Olli
 
Posted Wed 12 Sep 18 @ 10:10 am
djragmanPRO InfinityMember since 2013
Do you then play other MP3's?
There were also restrictions regarding the bit rate when playing MP3 files with the media player.
Have you tried VLC before?
 
Posted Wed 12 Sep 18 @ 10:59 am
DJLokkePRO InfinityMember since 2012
19Lars wrote:
Thanks for the information. I managed it with my controller (MCX 8000) but the recording is very quiet. Will then try it with audacity.


Hello, I can't understand that. I already recorded with the MCX8000 directly from VDJ and everything was great.
 
Posted Wed 12 Sep 18 @ 5:47 pm
mobile homePRO InfinityMember since 2013
DJLokke wrote:
19Lars wrote:
Thanks for the information. I managed it with my controller (MCX 8000) but the recording is very quiet. Will then try it with audacity.


Hello, I can't understand that. I already recorded with the MCX8000 directly from VDJ and everything was great.


With which software or device played?
If VDJ, pay attention to how far the gain is torn.
Direct recordings with VDJ, without e.g. Audacity, are very quiet.
You can also check with MP3Gain.
 
Posted Wed 12 Sep 18 @ 5:54 pm
DJ GDWPRO InfinityMember since 2010
So folks, I had a DDJ-SX (now SX3) the whole time and every now and then I recorded a mix .... everything can be controlled directly via the DDJ at any time ... either via the fader or additionally via GAIN - but can in which are set according to the VDJ audio settings so that the output signal always arrives at the corresponding sound card for recording .... should actually be possible with almost no loss - but can then also be set in the computer's internal sound card settings .... For this, however, the computer sound card factory setting must still be reworked
 
Posted Thu 13 Sep 18 @ 10:03 am
mobile homePRO InfinityMember since 2013
Maybe you write past each other here ?!
For my part, I can say that I also use ASIO for recording.
I can't adjust anything further.
With Audacity I have a reasonable volume, directly with VDJ it is quiet.
This is the case with the MCX8000 and was no different with the VMS4.1.
 
Posted Thu 13 Sep 18 @ 1:18 pm
EXELBONSAIPRO InfinityMember since 2006
Quota:
This is the case with the MCX8000 and was no different with the VMS4.1.


since yesterday it is history with the MCX 8000 as well
Firmware 2.0 has finally been released
 
Posted Thu 13 Sep 18 @ 2:56 pm
vlnjackiPRO InfinityMember since 2010
ok trend promotion wrote:
vlnjacki wrote:
Otherwise you could use any other recording software such as No. 23 recorder to take .
So would set -1db or better -2db at the entrance in the recording software.

Mfg, Dirk

hey dirk mahl basic question about vdj 8 have made test recording also loads in my music folder as mp3 but can not play it over win media player now the question (WHY) thanks im vor.für a helpful answer.kg.Olli



Hello Olli!
So with the WMP Windows Media Player I always had difficulties playing MP3's. Always tells me that my license has expired, think that's because of my Win XP Pro SP3 because the WMP is no longer updated.

Now use VLC for everything to play outside of VDJ.
But I had previously installed the mega codec package for audio / video codecs for Win XP on the notebook. I also use Nero for burning, ripping, etc.
In any case, it works fine for me with VLC.

Regarding the volume when recording with VDJ:
I specify my Ion U-Record sound card in VDJ and record it internally with No.23 recorder.
If I need MP3 then I connect the external SK to the other notebook, netbook or tablet via USB and go into the mixer / midi controller via chinch.

But I also use the external SK for external recording or go directly to the booth output of the VMS2 or to the Rec Out / Rec Out without mic from the external mixer and then record on minidisk or tape.

Mfg, Dirk
 
Posted Fri 14 Sep 18 @ 4:06 am

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