|Auto Mix Play***
Armed with an original search system, the CMX-5000
measures a track's BPM and beat timing* and then automatically
changes the speed to the designated BPM, thereby realizing smooth
mixing even for tracks on a single disc that have different
Playback Methods are Available:
Track Mode: Performs mixed playback alternating
between tracks from discs in both decks.
Disc Mode: Performs mixed playback of track on
a single disc in numerical order.
Program Mode: Performs mixed playback of tracks
in any designated order.
Playback Time is Adjustable:
|| Short Time Change:Switches the track at
a shorter time.
Instant Change:Switches the track at the DJ's
|Versatile Mixing Variation:
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Auto mix function is very effective in the following situations:
|| At times when there no DJ is present
in stores, malls, etc. , such as an weekdays nonstop background music
can be played in DJ style using the establishment's favorite selections
to help creative a more active atmosphere
In bars, restaurants or pubs where the staff work as DJs, the
Auto Mix function results in considerable labor saving allowing
the staff to devote more of their time to customer service.
When DJs playing at clubs,etc., need to take a short break to
deal with urgent business or emergencies they can use the Auto
Mix function to keep the music rolling
case of no beat music, smooth mixing cannot be performed because
the BPM or beat timing of certain songs can't be measured
**In the case of tracks on the same disc, cross fading cannot
***The CMX-5000, while revolutionary with Auto Beat
Mixing capability, does have it's limitations just like any electronic
device. There are certain variables, that if present, will cause the
Auto Beat Mixing function to not function properly.A
few things must be in order for it to Auto Mix:
must be within a ±16% ratio. If it is not within
this range, not only will it not mix, but the beats will
not match as well. The BPM's will stay the same (even with
the BPM sync pressed).
must be a steady consistent beat in the beginning of the
song. A song that starts with just vocals or off beats rhythms
will not mix. Any ±16% range BPM should mix if it
is has a CONSISTENT beat.
must wait a few seconds for the next song to cue up, before
hitting "Instant Change". The player does have
to calculate the beats of the next song. It needs just a
few seconds to cue up. You will be know that it ready to
- If the next song programmed is on the other
side, an orange colored "dash" going in a semicircle
around the display appears.
- If the next song programmed is on the SAME
player, the autocue button quits blinking.
"Instant Change" button must be pressed IN TIME.
If you decide to use the "instant change", it
must be done in time for it to auto mix.