OtsAV has its own inbuilt software mixer console, which enables you to mix between the two OtsAV Decks just like a standard hardware mixer. You can manipulate the mixer with a mouse, or fire off a number of cross-fade sweeps with keyboard shortcuts. There is no reason to have a physical hardware mixer, unless you're also mixing other external sources in to your final mix, such as a microphone.
To display the mixer console, click the on the toolbar until the mixer console is displayed in the centre panel. You can use the Ctrl + Tab keys to toggle the center panel.
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 top horizontal slider: This slider is the cross-fader slider. This slider is used to fade between decks.
The left vertical slider: This slider is the Deck A volume level control.
The right vertical slider: This slider is the Deck B volume level control.
Note: It is normally not necessary to use the Deck A and B volume level controls at all, since OtsAV elegantly handles the audio level control.
The Air button: This button switches the deck signal to the Air output.
The Cue button: This button switches the deck signal to the Cue output.
Cue channel output
How to manually mix