The Cue Parameters are settings that can be individually adjusted per Cue, for a selection of Cues or
globally (for all Cues).
Simply use your mouse to click and drag the selected parameter to make a change. You can hold shift while clicking a parameter to return it to the default setting, or hold control / command while adjusting the
parameter to make smaller, incremental changes.
Cue Parameters change color according to the selected Cue point and it’s color, unless multiple Cue points are selected, in which case the Cue Parameter controls turn white.
Cue parameters, with their descriptions below, from left-to-right
Cue Level: Adjusts the volume of the selected Cue, from -12dB to +12dB. Cue Filter: Applies a filter to the selected Cue, values range from 80hz to 17khz.
Cue Filter: Applies a filter to the selected Cue, values range from 80hz to 17khz.
Cue Attack: Adjusts the time it takes for the selected Cue to reach it’s peak volume, which range from 0.00ms to 10.0s.
Cue Release: Adjusts the time it takes for the selected Cue to drop from it’s peak volume to silence. Values range from 0.00m to 10.0s. NOTE: Cue Play modes affect the Cue Release parameter differently.
SEE TRIGGER & HOLD MODES FOR MORE INFORMATION
Cue Reverse: Allows the user to reverse the playback direction of a Cue.
Cue Key Shift: Allows for individual adjustments to the key of the selected Cue, without changing the source key of the loaded track. Values range from -24 semitones to +24 semitones. The value displayed, is relative to the source key of the track however, so changes to global key will affect each of the Cue Key shift values.
Cue Time Stretch: Allows the user to change the playback tempo of the individual Cue, with values ranging from -75% to +300% (or 1/4 to 4x) of the original speed. Cue playback tempo is calculated with the source track tempo in mind, so increases to the Cue Time Stretch are in addition to the source track tempo. Doubling and halving of the playback tempo can be quickly achieved with their respective 2x and 1/2 toggles.
Cue Favourite: ‘Favourite’ a Cue, to prevent it from being overwritten by the Autoset function. Using this
allows you to retain useful Cue points from the Autoset function and quickly acquire new ones for less
preferable Cue selections.