Echo Freeze Transition Question
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    Hi, I've got a question about this video by Ean Golden:



    How does the "master" automatically switch on to the track that you are mixing in to? I've been using to echo freeze effect alot, but this is the only thing I don't know how to do, without moving the crossfader to the other side. I want this so I can start the new track as i echo freeze the other, and then make the echo trail be synced to the new tempo. Hope you understand that ..

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    Either using the mouse and pressing the master button located on that Deck's header or obviously having buttons mapped on controller that makes either Deck A/Deck B/etc the master. For example on the S4 you press Shift+ Sync button to make a deck the master tempo, and obviously after you press it, you will see the Master light up on the deck header of the deck you selected as the Mater tempo

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    Aaaaah thank you very very much! I have an S4 and that was exactly the answer i was looking for! I did not know that shift combo!

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    or you can just stop (cue) the freezed track

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaplin View Post
    or you can just stop (cue) the freezed track
    I never transition this way so I'm not the best to comment, but I do know from messing around, that doing it the way you're talking bout gives you some weird ass resluts sometimes.

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    yeah, depends from the bpm gap and the key. experiment

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