CD Scratch has an in-built instant response Software Mixer console. You can use the Mixer console just like you would use a standard hardware mixer.
The Mixer console has a range of automated cross-fader sweeps that can be fired off using the numeric keypad. For more information click here.
The Cue and Air buttons allow you to enable/disable a turntable in the Cue and Air channels. For information on Cue channel options click here. For the Cue and Air keyboard shortcuts click here.
Horizontal slider: This slider is the cross-fader control. This control is used to fade between turntables.
Left vertical slider: This slider is the Turntable A level control.
Right vertical slider: This slider is the Turntable B level control.
Note: It is normally not necessary to use the Turntable A and B level controls at all, since the Ots Labs Dynamics Processor elegantly handles the audio level control.
Air button: The Air button switches the turnable signal to the Air channel output.
Cue button: The Cue button switches the turntable signal to the Cue channel output.
Note: The Cue channel feature is available in the CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe product. For details on purchasing a CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe license click here.
Configuring the audio output device