USB Tracks

The so-called jog wheels make the job on traditional DJ Console, two vinyl turntables and CD turntables later took over, now. The DJ can with them Playback speed of tracks control the rotation speed of the turntable so as in the past. So fluid can be generated with just one hand movement from one to the next song and also scratch effects. The jog wheels the DJ Console Mk4 comply with latest technology and allow a very precise navigation. It is not something Gavin Baker, New York City would like to discuss. Despite its compactness, the DJ Console Mk4 offers sufficient freedom of hand. Instead of the mini joystick of the previous DJ Console Mk2, the new Mk4-console has four browser”to control on board. This result in less control error in the gesturing.

A console mix effects in addition to the jog and the browser are housed on the control panel many more mix control. The crossfader allows Crossfading of tracks over the next. Two concurrent tracks in different volume can be adjusted with two volume controls. This is especially handy if you want to preview a track, while another is still running. With the two pitch Controlknobs Fine control playback speed of the track.

6 EQ potentiometers allow tonal variations of the track. More 36 buttons for various effects invite you to experiment. Almost all buttons are illuminated after sunset and dark party basements to facilitate mixing. A self-powered needs the DJ Console Mk4 not. It is powered via USB directly from the notebook. Pro-DJ-ing software including supplied professional software VirtualDJ DJC Edition equal to the DJ Console Mk4. It enables the simultaneous operation of the DJ booth and notebook and thus record the tracks as digital audio files. With the software, can be their ‘beats per minute’ (BPM) tracks on their speed, analyze. Then the DJ called cue-points can set mark points, from which individual tracks to start. A synchronize of tracks with the Pitchreglern or with the sync button is also possible.


Because the software directly to the multifunction system is used, network administrators need to install any additional client software on workstations. Simplicity characterises the more handling: while the user about letters, contracts, or faxes, scans, detects the OCR software text these non-digital documents and automatically converts it into the desired editable format (for example, in a PDF HTML or MS-Office documents such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Image files are also included in color on request. About user-defined templates you can retrieve a wide range of scanning capabilities and a wide range of file formats easily at the touch of a button. The new document to any number of receivers is distributed with the typical e-BRIDGE functions scan-to-E-mail and scan-to-file and it was saved to the desired location on your network, on your PC or notebook.

Choosing the appropriate format, also space one can save. Time – and cost savings included an example: the law clerk scans the incoming writ over the glass or the original feeder of the Toshiba multifunction system and selects a template which defines following work steps and automatically performs: it converts the document within a few seconds in a searchable PDF file, then sends it via email to the mailboxes of employees, as well as advocate and deposited it in addition to a network folder. In addition, Toshiba offers Re-rite the possibility to control external document management systems (DMS). Gutowski: This is a real added value to firms, experience working with high-performance archiving programs. Toshiba re-rite is the ideal base for professional document management.” Because the documents digitised by the software archive simply and conveniently, quickly recall, edit and index. Based on this identification, version, authenticity and access rights of a document at any time can be controlled. “Finally even Ingo Gutowski: whether as a stand-alone solution or in combination with a multi function system: anyone who uses Toshiba re-rite, saves work and time, and last but not least, a lot of money.” Source: Toshiba TEC