Forum: Wishes and new features
Wishes and new features
Less harsh sound...
Topic: Less harsh sound during mixes
I have noticed that I have to do much more work on the EQ in the mix on VDJ than with Traktor that seems to be able to manage the bass a bit better than VDJ in the mix.
You would have to compare playing the same 2 songs in both programs to see what I'm talking about. For whatever reason, the mix in Traktor always comes out cleaner sounding.
Posted Wed 20 May 20 @ 2:17 pm
Posted Wed 20 May 20 @ 2:33 pm
Posted Wed 20 May 20 @ 2:51 pm
You would have to hear it in Traktor side by side with VDJ to hear what I'm talking about.
The issue is this:
Whether it be VDJ, Serato, vinyl, cd's etc....when you play 2 songs together, at the same volume levels, while in the mix, the overall master output is going to increase.
2 songs played together sound louder than 1 song being played.
Traktor on the other hand has some way of automatically managing this. 2 songs with the same gain settings, while in the mix, don't increase in the master output DB level.
It carries the same DB all the way through when the mixer's EQ settings are set at 12 o'clock for both songs.
Generally DJing 101 is while in the mix, the bass on deck B is down and you slowly increase the bass while mixing out of deck A. You don't really have to do this as much in Traktor. It sort of flatlines the DB on the master output so the 2 songs mixed together don't sound too loud while in the mix.
Posted 7 days ago @ 5:25 pm
With zeroDb at 0 you should get a similar effect in VirtualDJ, although it may indeed sound different.
Posted 7 days ago @ 5:41 pm
Try LoudMax here -> https://loudmax.blogspot.com/
Posted 7 days ago @ 6:10 pm