Using Hardware with One DJ
Default audio device and MIDI controller can be selected when first starting to use the software, using the start wizard popup.
Defaults are used when a gear does not have a user defined controller set. This happens either when the layout being used is used for the first time or when creating new gear.
If you wish to change the defaults, it can be done by running the start wizard again from the main menu.
The main way to route audio from One DJ is the Overview tool.
You can also choose the audio routing for your individual gear from the gear preferences' (gear symbol) "Output"-selection, or click the "Overview" button on One DJ's title bar. Overview displays the whole audio routing setup at once, and can be used to examine defective routings by following the animated streams.
When using an external DJ mixer, choosing audio outputs from player decks is preferred.
When routing players to a mixer, please remember to choose a working output for the mixer, too.
For detailed information, see chapter Audio Routing.
Default controller can also be selected when first starting to use the software. It's used when a gear does not have a user defined controller set. This happens either when the layout being used is used for the first time or when creating new gear.
You can also change the controller for individual gear through that gear's own "Control..." menu.
This menu shows by default all connected devices and also all other mappings (by clicking the "other" selector).
This is a very flexible way to select different controllers to use in different gear, without having to change complete mappings.
You can also activate multiple controllers and mappings simultaneously from this window.
Naturally you can also easily make your own MIDI configurations. See the section MIDI Mapping for detailed instructions.