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    Default DJM-85- - Noise Effect. Damn that shit is LOUD!!!!

    Anyone know of a way to lower the volume on the NOISE effect on the DJM mixers?

    Apart from using it on a channel with no music playing, I can't think of a single use for it. It is WAY too loud.

    Anyone got a work around for it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Anyone know of a way to lower the volume on the NOISE effect on the DJM mixers?

    Apart from using it on a channel with no music playing, I can't think of a single use for it. It is WAY too loud.

    Anyone got a work around for it?
    Lower volume fader on selected channel for assigned effect (noise).
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    I get that. But then the music on that channel gets lowered too.

    Seems crazy to me that you can only use the noise effect on a channel with no music playing..!
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    aren't you supposed to sweep it in with the color knob

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    Patch, how are you liking this mixer btw?

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    Loving it. I had a good couple of hours with it today.

    Gotta do something about the crossfader, though. Cut-in is awful. At the very least I'll need to do the credit card mod.
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    From what I remember, the noise effect at it's peak only hits the top of the meters. It's designed to sit in with a track at regular volume.

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    It doesn't. It is FAR TOO LOUD.

    (Maybe I need to adjust my amplifier volume, and run my mixer channels louder - maybe then the Noise will not be too loud)
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    If your gain levels are set to the first red, the noise, even at full blast, shouldn't be much louder than it.

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    try the noise effect on a channel that's not playing anything, then you should be able to control it separately. IIRC it should work that way
    that is, if you're not using all 4 channels

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