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    Default Please help to identify this DJ controller

    Hi everyone,

    I have this DJ controller but I don't know exactly which brand/model it is and how it works. Does anybody any idea will be appreciated? If yes, please help me to answer these questions below:

    1. What is exactly the model?
    2. Does it play with popular DJ software such as Traktor, Serato, Virtual DJ and how to do that?
    3. Does it have a dedicated DJ software from its brand like RekordBox for Pioneer DJ controller?
    4. Does it have a user guide?

    Currently, I can use it as a DJM (DJ mixer) because it supports 2 AUX/Phono lines for 2 decks, but only Gain/EQ bar, Up-fader, X-fader, Booth/Master volume knob can be used for this case.

    Many thanks in advance.
    Best Regards.


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    I assume you googled the shit out of that TOS-AUDIO name? Probably some China generic controller that's produced under 10 different names. Unfortunately, seems like a quite old model so your chances for a user guide and ready mapping files seems quite slim at the moment.
    Good news is there is nothing stoping you from mapping it yourself to the DJ software of your choice. Unless your choice is Serato. And RekordboxDJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlayForMoney View Post
    I assume you googled the shit out of that TOS-AUDIO name? Probably some China generic controller that's produced under 10 different names. Unfortunately, seems like a quite old model so your chances for a user guide and ready mapping files seems quite slim at the moment.
    Good news is there is nothing stoping you from mapping it yourself to the DJ software of your choice. Unless your choice is Serato. And RekordboxDJ.
    Hi buddy,

    Thanks for your information. I tried to map it to Traktor but nothing happened. Is there any DJ software else that allow me to map the controller?

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    I saw it before but can't remember the name. It's a Geminy Ctrl 7 ripoff basically.

    Since it has a sound card plug it in to the computer and see how system recognizes it (by which name).

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    Hehe ... "Designed and Engineered in THE Canada"

    As Stewe said it looks to be an OEM CTRL 7. And could be mapped with VDJ, Traktor and Mixxx just fine. Looks like you are missing pitch faders though.

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    @Stewe @deevay: Thanks for your response. It's like what you two said, my DJ controller really looks like Gemini CNTRL-7. I also connected it to the PC and the PC showed 2 sound cards recognized are USB AUDIO MAIN, USB AUDIO PHONE. Not any brand name shown. Somebody told me it might be a copy of Gemini and released under 10 different brand names.

    @deevay: can you show me what benefit from Mixxx compare to others popular DJ softwares?

    Thank guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundwizard View Post
    @deevay: can you show me what benefit from Mixxx compare to others popular DJ softwares?

    Thank guys.
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    This is a TOS Audio Broken Pitch Fader 5000.
    - Equipment - Audio Technica ATLP1240's, Allen & Heath DB4, RekordBoxDJ
    - DAW - Cubase 9 Pro, FL Studio

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    It's not a copy of the Gemini controller. That is an "off the shelf" controller from Welljoint called the MIDI-6 that is being branded under TOS AUDIO. It looks like it's bundled with VDJ LE (like like the Gemini branded version), so that's going to be your best bet as far as software goes. However, it's probably compatible with any MIDI-capable software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nem0nic View Post
    It's not a copy of the Gemini controller. That is an "off the shelf" controller from Welljoint called the MIDI-6 that is being branded under TOS AUDIO. It looks like it's bundled with VDJ LE (like like the Gemini branded version), so that's going to be your best bet as far as software goes. However, it's probably compatible with any MIDI-capable software.
    Yes, you're right. With your information, I could search on the internet and see that I can find it with 2 names: Well Joint MIDI-6 or Well Joint FFKTRL which come with VirtualDJ LE 7. I just found that when I connect it to VirtualDJ it's also recognized as Gemini CTRL-SIX in the Sound Card Setup. Thanks for your help.

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