Controls the volume of the headphones. Controls the volume of the booth audio output. The Mixco mapping included with Mixxx 2. This behavior can be switched to behave as a master-out meter instead by setting the value of MaudioXponent. The Gain kill G , will momentarily silence the track entirely. User Tools Register Log In.
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Displays the current output level for the xponrnt deck. This device has been discontinued. The four knobs and buttons below each jogwheel perform different functions. Selects which track s are heard through the headphone output This mapping has two PFL modes.
The Midi mode see 19 is not mapped at this time. You can use it now with Mixxx 2.
M-Audio Torq Xponent
The top knob controls the gain for that deck, while the lower three control xponet High, Mid, and Low EQ channels. Normal play will resume when it is released.
The upper numbered buttons set or activate hotcues. When the track is stopped, the jog wheel seeks forward and backward in the corresponding track. Temporarily speeds up or slows down the corresponding track.
The right-hand side controls effects. User Tools Register Log In. This mapping is not yet final, and is not included in current Mixxx distributions. All the way to the right sends only the main output to the headphones.
Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: Pressing the same button again while looping will exit that loop. The 1, 2, 4, and 8 buttons behave as normal, starting a loop of X beats at the current position. Acts as a mouse input to the computer. The latest version can be found in this Forum Post. The Big X button is tied to the Brake effect.
These will be mentioned in-line. The latency meter seems to run a bit higher than it did under ASIO, so keep this in mind, and test both setups with your own system to see how they compare. Controls the volume of the booth audio output. Controls the headphone mix.
Holding the corresponding deck’s shift button while pressing the Big Minus button will do a rolling reverse censor modeand will resume play at the point the track would have been if the Big Minus had never been pressed.
Due to limitations in the 2. Documentation for the mapping is available on the Mixco website. This mapping expands on the stock 2.
M-Audio Torq Xponent – Wikipedia
Momentarily pulls the cross-fader to the ausio position while pressed. Wait until the Xponent is completely started up red progress LEDS on both decks are fully lit then release the keys. A new mapping has been merged with Mixxx and will be included in Mixxx in the 2. When the button is lit, scratch mode is enabled. This is a hardware control, and changes will not be reflected in the Mixxx UI 15 Shift Alters the behavior of certain xpojent.
Affects the speed of the corresponding track.
The Big Minus button momentarily plays the corresponding track backwards.