Hot Cue (sampler)
Memorizes up to 3 cue point’s per CD. These points can then be recalled by hitting either of the A, B or C buttons. This function can also be used like a mini sampler for vocals, stabs, or breaks, adding that touch of creativity to any DJ set.
Instant reverse is controlled by using a flickable switch. With no loss of tempo or pitch, it can be used immediately within any track without having to stop or start. Reverse can also be used with the Hot Cue and the Loop Sampler providing endless combinations and effects.
Real Time Seamless Loop
A quick and simple way to set a loop while a track is playing. Once the loop is set, it can then be ...view middle of the document...
(Multimedia Card (MMC) is not supplied with the CDJ-1000.)
CD Wave data is always saved on to the MMC when inserted and then appears instantly.
Cue / Loop Memory
Once you set a cue or loop point you can save it to either the internal memory or MMC card by hitting this button.
Gets rid of those Cue or Loop points that you shouldn’t have bothered saving in the first place.
A quick and easy way to scroll through saved cue and loop points.
CD Control Buttons
High Quality Aluminium buttons – Track Search, Search, Cue and Play / Pause.
Cue your CD’s with the world’s lar gest touch sensitive jog dial (7” / 206mm diameter) designed to emulate the control characteristics of a Vinyl Turntable, together with all the features from Pioneer’s industry standard CDJ r ange of CD players.
Is used to either speed up or slow down the tempo of the music depending the direction the jog dial is rotated – either forward or reverse
The CDJ-1000 can be set in either Vinyl or CDJ mode. In CDJ mode, the jog dial functions just like a Pioneer CDJ player, but without the touch sensitivity.
Scratch Play / Cue
When the CDJ-1000 is in vinyl mode, the top of the jog dial functions just like a Vinyl Turntable. Pressing down stops the music and allows you to scratch or cue your track by rotating the jog dial in either direction.
Vinyl Speed Adjust Touch/Brake
This allows adjustment in the speed at which the CD...