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Audio Tracks : Auto Set & Auto Set Modes

Autoset 

The Autoset feature is useful for quickly setting Cue points in the Audio Deck, based on one of three preset modes. Using it will populate the pads with these cue points, according to the rule set by the Autoset mode preset.

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To choose another Autoset mode, click the downward arrow button and a drop-down menu option will appear to reveal the other three modes.

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Once you’ve chosen an Autoset mode, press the Autoset button again to populate the pads with Cues.

Repeatedly pressing the Autoset button will continue to re-populate every pad. Cues that have been ‘favourited’ will not be overwritten when using Autoset.

Autoset Modes

  • Serato DJ: This mode will load Cue points previously set on the file in Serato DJ (option will be greyed out if no Serato DJ cues exist)
  • Set Slicer: This mode creates 8 consecutive Cue points in a row (a domain), with a set length, starting from the current playhead position. The starting position of the domain can be adjusted using the Slice Region controls that appear after using the Slicer Autoset mode - via the left and right arrows. The length of each cue can be set using the beat value and the two left and right arrows. Cue length can be changed to several values between 1/16, and 16 beats, and adjusting the length will immediately reset all Cue points to match the respective setting.
  • Set Endless Slicer: This mode creates 8 consecutive Cue points in a row without a set length, starting from the current playhead position and playing through until the end of the audio file. The starting position of the clip can be adjusted using the Slice Region controls that appear after using the Slicer Autoset mode - via the left and right arrows. The length between each slice can be set using the beat value and the two left and right arrows.