Audio Routing

Due to One DJ's modular nature, also its audio routing can be configured in many ways.

Configuring Routing With Overview Tool

One DJ offers an advanced way to route media streams, the Overview tool. Overview is found at the top bar, between Gear manager and MIDI Learn functionalities.

Cliking the Overview name or symbol displays your whole setup at once - players and other audio sources at the left, mixers and effect racks at the middle and audio interfaces and their outputs on the right.

Connect your gear by dragging virtual cables with your mouse, from left to right. Disconnecting the cables is done simply by dragging a virtual cable from a connector and dropping it on an empty space.

Holding your mouse cursor over a piece of gear for two seconds displays the individual mono channels available in the output device.

When you have media playing in your decks, the stream is shown in the overview by animation. This is a way to determine, where there might be a problem if for example you can't get audio playing from your software.

The overview can be zoomed in and out using the mouse wheel. Dragging from an empty space moves your overview visualization on the screen.

Overview is closed by clicking its symbol at the top bar again.

NOTE: The headphone and aux outputs in the mixer gear cannot at the moment be configured by using the Overview tool. Please choose these outputs from Mixer Settings.

Choosing Ouput From Gear

Basic way to route audio is to enter settings menu in every gear's top right corner (the gear symbol) and choosing "Output...". This opens a list of available outputs and gear to route your audio to.

If you wish to choose your audio interface's outputs, choose the corresponding device from the "External device" list, and configure the channels from the drop down selectors on the right. Clicking the wrench symbol opens up your device's settings pane, if available.

Your mixers and effect racks are displayed in the internal Routing list. By choosing the options here, you can route decks to internal components in the software. Colour coded channel strips are created in the mixer automatically for all input gear.

Please note, that when using an internal mixer component, the mixer's output also has to be chosen from overview or its settings.