August 26, 2010

How to Mix Music With Virtual DJ!!

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Virtual DJ is an audio mixing software that allows you to mix and blend digital music files with a virtual turntable software. This software has enhanced capability that can enable you to mix, master, chop, screw and blend the music of your choice. With this digital feature, you can make any song sound exactly how you'd prefer it to sound. These features and capabilities can be quite essential to personalized music editing if you have detailed instructions to assist you in achieving this goal.

How to Mix Music With Virtual DJ


  • 1
    Open the Virtual DJ program suite and load both songs into the mixer. Your music files will be listed and displayed in the lower-left corner of the program. Locate the first song you decide to use and drag its link to the blank data form above the turntable on the left side of the program. The song will begin playing automatically. Determine and set your BPM (beats per minute) based on the first song you load. The second song should correlate with the first music file.

  • 2
    Load and cue the second song. The second song should be set to the BPM that is being used for the first song. Move the second song to the first beat and select the "Cue" button to time when the second song will begin playback. (The "Cue" button will be a square button on the lower-left side of the turntable.)

  • 3
    Configure the gain and pitch settings for both songs. This is one of the most important steps for blending. This step configures the balance of the blend and the pitch mastering of both songs to ensure the two actually correlate. Use the default mixing settings to create a starting point for your settings. Listen while the first song is playing and adjust the pitch to match the pitch of the first song. Adjust the pitch in 0.1 increments to make chromatic adjustments. (This allows you to adjust the pitch by half steps so you do not miss the actual pitch.)

  • 4
    Begin mixing according to the beat. This depends solely on discretion, so you must use your better judgment in deciding when the second song should begin blending with the first song. It is best to listen and examine the song to find the best point to begin mixing. Cue the second song by pressing the "Cue" button again to signal the second song when the song playing comes to a small break leading to a downbeat. (For example, this is the same as pausing at a comma in a sentence when reading.)

  • 5
    Mix the full song by incorporating the beat and the pitch of both songs. Slowly turn down the high-, mid- and low-volume modules on the first song and overlap these modules with the same modules for the second song. Compensate for the differentiation in the beat of both songs to balance the blend by moving the vinyl on the turntables forward and backward. This will give you a chance to alter certain small elements of the beat that are imperfect. Once you are done altering, the beat will be perfectly blended ,and the pitch of both songs will match.


  • 1
    Open the Virtual DJ program suite and load both songs into the mixer. Your music files will be listed and displayed in the lower-left corner of the program. Locate the first song you decide to use and drag its link to the blank data form above the turntable on the left side of the program. The song will begin playing automatically. Determine and set your BPM (beats per minute) based on the first song you load. The second song should correlate with the first music file.

  • 2
    Load and cue the second song. The second song should be set to the BPM that is being used for the first song. Move the second song to the first beat and select the "Cue" button to time when the second song will begin playback. (The "Cue" button will be a square button on the lower-left side of the turntable.)

  • 3
    Configure the gain and pitch settings for both songs. This is one of the most important steps for blending. This step configures the balance of the blend and the pitch mastering of both songs to ensure the two actually correlate. Use the default mixing settings to create a starting point for your settings. Listen while the first song is playing and adjust the pitch to match the pitch of the first song. Adjust the pitch in 0.1 increments to make chromatic adjustments. (This allows you to adjust the pitch by half steps so you do not miss the actual pitch.)

  • 4
    Begin mixing according to the beat. This depends solely on discretion, so you must use your better judgment in deciding when the second song should begin blending with the first song. It is best to listen and examine the song to find the best point to begin mixing. Cue the second song by pressing the "Cue" button again to signal the second song when the song playing comes to a small break leading to a downbeat. (For example, this is the same as pausing at a comma in a sentence when reading.)

  • 5
    Mix the full song by incorporating the beat and the pitch of both songs. Slowly turn down the high-, mid- and low-volume modules on the first song and overlap these modules with the same modules for the second song. Compensate for the differentiation in the beat of both songs to balance the blend by moving the vinyl on the turntables forward and backward. This will give you a chance to alter certain small elements of the beat that are imperfect. Once you are done altering, the beat will be perfectly blended ,and the pitch of both songs will match.


  • 1
    Open the Virtual DJ program suite and load both songs into the mixer. Your music files will be listed and displayed in the lower-left corner of the program. Locate the first song you decide to use and drag its link to the blank data form above the turntable on the left side of the program. The song will begin playing automatically. Determine and set your BPM (beats per minute) based on the first song you load. The second song should correlate with the first music file.

  • 2
    Load and cue the second song. The second song should be set to the BPM that is being used for the first song. Move the second song to the first beat and select the "Cue" button to time when the second song will begin playback. (The "Cue" button will be a square button on the lower-left side of the turntable.)

  • 3
    Configure the gain and pitch settings for both songs. This is one of the most important steps for blending. This step configures the balance of the blend and the pitch mastering of both songs to ensure the two actually correlate. Use the default mixing settings to create a starting point for your settings. Listen while the first song is playing and adjust the pitch to match the pitch of the first song. Adjust the pitch in 0.1 increments to make chromatic adjustments. (This allows you to adjust the pitch by half steps so you do not miss the actual pitch.)

  • 4
    Begin mixing according to the beat. This depends solely on discretion, so you must use your better judgment in deciding when the second song should begin blending with the first song. It is best to listen and examine the song to find the best point to begin mixing. Cue the second song by pressing the "Cue" button again to signal the second song when the song playing comes to a small break leading to a downbeat. (For example, this is the same as pausing at a comma in a sentence when reading.)

  • 5
    Mix the full song by incorporating the beat and the pitch of both songs. Slowly turn down the high-, mid- and low-volume modules on the first song and overlap these modules with the same modules for the second song. Compensate for the differentiation in the beat of both songs to balance the blend by moving the vinyl on the turntables forward and backward. This will give you a chance to alter certain small elements of the beat that are imperfect. Once you are done altering, the beat will be perfectly blended ,and the pitch of both songs will match.

  • 1.Open the Virtual DJ program suite and load both songs into the mixer. Your music files will be listed and displayed in the lower-left corner of the program. Locate the first song you decide to use and drag its link to the blank data form above the turntable on the left side of the program. The song will begin playing automatically. Determine and set your BPM (beats per minute) based on the first song you load. The second song should correlate with the first music file.

    2.Load and cue the second song. The second song should be set to the BPM that is being used for the first song. Move the second song to the first beat and select the "Cue" button to time when the second song will begin playback. (The "Cue" button will be a square button on the lower-left side of the turntable.)

    3.Configure the gain and pitch settings for both songs. This is one of the most important steps for blending. This step configures the balance of the blend and the pitch mastering of both songs to ensure the two actually correlate. Use the default mixing settings to create a starting point for your settings. Listen while the first song is playing and adjust the pitch to match the pitch of the first song. Adjust the pitch in 0.1 increments to make chromatic adjustments. (This allows you to adjust the pitch by half steps so you do not miss the actual pitch.)
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    4.Begin mixing according to the beat. This depends solely on discretion, so you must use your better judgment in deciding when the second song should begin blending with the first song. It is best to listen and examine the song to find the best point to begin mixing. Cue the second song by pressing the "Cue" button again to signal the second song when the song playing comes to a small break leading to a downbeat. (For example, this is the same as pausing at a comma in a sentence when reading.)

    5.Mix the full song by incorporating the beat and the pitch of both songs. Slowly turn down the high-, mid- and low-volume modules on the first song and overlap these modules with the same modules for the second song. Compensate for the differentiation in the beat of both songs to balance the blend by moving the vinyl on the turntables forward and backward. This will give you a chance to alter certain small elements of the beat that are imperfect. Once you are done altering, the beat will be perfectly blended ,and the pitch of both songs will match.

    **nOTe:
    1.Load both songs into the digital turntables individually to avoid playback issues. This is the most efficient way to ensure proper playback. Try using a song with fewer or no lyrics for the second song to achieve a successful blend.

    2.Make sure your songs are formatted with the MP3 extension. This will ensure that your files will be compatible to the software. Do not mix and load too many files at once. This may cause the program to freeze or stop responding properly.




  • 1
    Open the Virtual DJ program suite and load both songs into the mixer. Your music files will be listed and displayed in the lower-left corner of the program. Locate the first song you decide to use and drag its link to the blank data form above the turntable on the left side of the program. The song will begin playing automatically. Determine and set your BPM (beats per minute) based on the first song you load. The second song should correlate with the first music file.

  • 2
    Load and cue the second song. The second song should be set to the BPM that is being used for the first song. Move the second song to the first beat and select the "Cue" button to time when the second song will begin playback. (The "Cue" button will be a square button on the lower-left side of the turntable.)

  • 3
    Configure the gain and pitch settings for both songs. This is one of the most important steps for blending. This step configures the balance of the blend and the pitch mastering of both songs to ensure the two actually correlate. Use the default mixing settings to create a starting point for your settings. Listen while the first song is playing and adjust the pitch to match the pitch of the first song. Adjust the pitch in 0.1 increments to make chromatic adjustments. (This allows you to adjust the pitch by half steps so you do not miss the actual pitch.)

  • 4
    Begin mixing according to the beat. This depends solely on discretion, so you must use your better judgment in deciding when the second song should begin blending with the first song. It is best to listen and examine the song to find the best point to begin mixing. Cue the second song by pressing the "Cue" button again to signal the second song when the song playing comes to a small break leading to a downbeat. (For example, this is the same as pausing at a comma in a sentence when reading.)

  • 5
    Mix the full song by incorporating the beat and the pitch of both songs. Slowly turn down the high-, mid- and low-volume modules on the first song and overlap these modules with the same modules for the second song. Compensate for the differentiation in the beat of both songs to balance the blend by moving the vinyl on the turntables forward and backward. This will give you a chance to alter certain small elements of the beat that are imperfect. Once you are done altering, the beat will be perfectly blended ,and the pitch of both songs will match.



  • 1
    Open the Virtual DJ program suite and load both songs into the mixer. Your music files will be listed and displayed in the lower-left corner of the program. Locate the first song you decide to use and drag its link to the blank data form above the turntable on the left side of the program. The song will begin playing automatically. Determine and set your BPM (beats per minute) based on the first song you load. The second song should correlate with the first music file.

  • 2
    Load and cue the second song. The second song should be set to the BPM that is being used for the first song. Move the second song to the first beat and select the "Cue" button to time when the second song will begin playback. (The "Cue" button will be a square button on the lower-left side of the turntable.)

  • 3
    Configure the gain and pitch settings for both songs. This is one of the most important steps for blending. This step configures the balance of the blend and the pitch mastering of both songs to ensure the two actually correlate. Use the default mixing settings to create a starting point for your settings. Listen while the first song is playing and adjust the pitch to match the pitch of the first song. Adjust the pitch in 0.1 increments to make chromatic adjustments. (This allows you to adjust the pitch by half steps so you do not miss the actual pitch.)

  • 4
    Begin mixing according to the beat. This depends solely on discretion, so you must use your better judgment in deciding when the second song should begin blending with the first song. It is best to listen and examine the song to find the best point to begin mixing. Cue the second song by pressing the "Cue" button again to signal the second song when the song playing comes to a small break leading to a downbeat. (For example, this is the same as pausing at a comma in a sentence when reading.)

  • 5
    Mix the full song by incorporating the beat and the pitch of both songs. Slowly turn down the high-, mid- and low-volume modules on the first song and overlap these modules with the same modules for the second song. Compensate for the differentiation in the beat of both songs to balance the blend by moving the vinyl on the turntables forward and backward. This will give you a chance to alter certain small elements of the beat that are imperfect. Once you are done altering, the beat will be perfectly blended ,and the pitch of both songs will match.

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