Playing a Part of a Song
One of the things DJs do is play loops.
By playing just one part of a song over and over again, you can get
(Ex. 1) Playing one part of a song over and over again gives it the
feeling of being stuck in the groove.
(Ex. 2) With a loop playing as a base, lay the melody of another
song on top.
With the sound of how pro DJs perform in mind, try out all kinds of
Setting up Loops (Play)
While listening to a song, set the range of the loop. As soon as you
finish setting it, the loop immediately starts playing.
Click the [A/F] button and it plays the song.
DJS Ver. 1.600
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Playing a Part of a Song Repeatedly
Saving a loop
'4-1 Setting up to 4 Points to Start
Playing (Track Hot Cue)' P.57
Saving a Loop as a Separate
'5-3 Saving the Length of a Loop as
a Track' P.73
A Loop is overwritten...
(a) When Cues have been Set
(b) When Auto Cue is ON and you put
on another song
(c) When Auto Cue is on and you return
to the beginning of a song with track
(d) When a new loop is set up
(e) When a One Track Loop is set up
(f) When you move to any function
other than DJ Play
(g) When a track is put on that has an
Auto Setup Cue set to it or when it
jumps to the beginning of the song
via track search of a track that has
an Auto Setup Cue set