You are able to manually mix between tracks utilizing the Mixer and Cue channel features. Below is a basic example of how to manually mix.
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.
For details on the CD Scratch Mixer click here.
Disable the Auto DJ feature by clicking on the button.
When turntable A is playing, select the track you wish to mix into on turntable B.
Disable turntable B in the on-air channel by clicking on the turntable B Air button on the Mixer. Alternatively, you can use the Ctrl + 5 keys to disable the on-air channel.
Enable turntable B in the cue channel by clicking on the turntable B Cue button on the Mixer. Alternatively, you can use the Ctrl + 6 keys to enable the cue channel.
Listen to turntable B in the cue channel, and find the point in the track you want to mix into. Use the Frame Seek feature to help find the exact cue point. Set the cue point using the Ctrl + F6 keys. For keyboard shortcuts click here.
Note: CD Scratch has pitch and tempo adjustments. These adjustments can be used to match the timing of the current playing song.
Click on the Software Mixer Air button for turntable B, so the song is ready to go to air.
At the right time press the F6 key to begin turntable B playing. You may need to alter the Pitch or Tempo controls, or use the Pitch/Tempo bending feature, to keep the song in time. For details on Pitch and Tempo bending click here.
When you wish to fade to turntable B, press one of the X-Fader keys, e.g. Number 3 on your numeric keypad. Click here for X-Fader keyboard shortcuts.
Hot Tip: There are a number of keyboard shortcuts available to help with manual mixing. Click here for details.
CD Scratch Mixer
Pitch/Tempo Bending feature
Cue channel output options