2 First Edition Visiosonic Ltd U.S. Hwy 19 North Clearwater, FL Copyright Copyright 1999, 2000, 2001 Visiosonic Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Trademarks The Logo is a registered trademark of Visiosonic Ltd., PCDJ and Visiosonic are trademarks of Visiosonic Ltd. Reproduction of this manual is not permitted without express written permission from Visiosonic Ltd. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Numark, DMC-1 and the Numark logo are trademarks of Numark Industries. License and Use of the Software is subject to the software. Certain License agreement which must be reviewed during the. Restrictions installation process. Manual Written and Edited by Joel Betterly & Bob Nahas Graphics by Joel Betterly & Niklas Åberg Program Design, & Technical Layout Jorgen Hedberg, Chris Skogen, & Chris Roman DMC- 1 Hardware Designer Kent Johansson 2
3 Table of Contents System Requirements Read This First The PCDJ Blue Program. 9 Title Bar... 9 The CFG Button... 9 The Info Button The Standby Button The Exit Button Dual Players (A and B). 10 Progress Bar Player Status Elapsed Time Song Rate. 10 Remaining Time.. 10 BPM Cue Point Indicator Artist and Title. 10 Buffer. 10 Cue Points Cue. 11 Play / Pause.. 11 Load / Beat Match Seek Reverse / Seek Forward. 11 Show Track Info Button / LED VU Meters 11 Pitch Window Display / Bend Buttons Pitch Slide Button 12 Small Step Up and Down Buttons.. 11 Reset Button The Mixer. 12 Volume Control Cue. 12 Fader.. 12 LED VU Meters Monitor Volume Control. 12 Main Volume Control.. 12 The Recordcase Edit Recordcase Button. 13 3
4 Groups Box Mini Case Player.. 13 BPM / Artist Buttons The Recordcase Subgroup Tabs Find, Waitlist, Ripp Buttons.. 14 Edit, wl+, wl-, ^v Buttons Auto Play, Auto Shuffle, Auto Pilot Message Bar Configuration (CFG). 16 Hardware Workmode Setting Up Soundcards.. 16 External Software Interface Files & Path Automation Ripp / Encoder CD Recording Line-in Recording Administration MP3 Encryption Setting Accumulated Information.. 20 Licensing the Program Track Information. 22 Cue Information Automatic Gain Control The DMC-1 Controller Connecting the DMC The DMC-1 Controls. 24 Inner Jog Wheel Outer Jog Wheel.. 24 Load. 24 Waitlist Shift Cue Memory.. 25 Group
5 Preview Match.. 25 Pitch Control Slide.. 25 Cue.. 26 Shift + Cue. 26 Play.. 26 Stutter Stutter and Continue Playing Display Window Time Elapsed/Remaining Toggle BPM to Pitch Toggle More on the DMC Pitch Bend Pitch Step. 27 Change Pitch Control Range.. 27 Cueing Choosing a Position on Cue Point Indicator Set Cue Points with the Jog Wheel Mixing Tracks Instant Beat Matching 29 SHORTCUTS.. 30 New Keyboard Shortcuts.. 30 PLAYER A. 30 PLAYER B.. 31 MIXER BPM COUNTER WAITLIST & TRACK INFO OTHER FUNCTIONS DMC 1 Shortcuts.. 34 Original Keyboard Shortcuts PLAYER A. 34 PLAYER B. 35 FEATURES LIST
6 Minimum System Requirements Intel Pentium II 350 Processor or AMD Athlon 350 and above 64 Megs of RAM Direct X Supported Sound Card (Direct Sound, Non-Emulated) 5 Megs of free hard drive space SVGA Graphics (800 x bit color) CD-ROM 56K MODEM or better (Recommended) Windows 98, 98se, Windows ME and Windows 2000 (NT 4.0 not supported) DMC-1 Numark Controller (Recommended) 6
7 READ THIS FIRST Products This guide is for the PCDJ Blue version of the PCDJ Software. This guide does not cover the other versions of the software. If you need a guide for any of these programs, please visit under Support for more information. Everything included in this manual comes standard with the PCDJ Blue software. Additional plug-ins can be purchased from local retailers or via the web site. Numark DMC-1 Controller The DMC-1 controller can be purchased separately. You can purchase it from your local music retailer. Visit or for more information. Windows Operating System We are assuming that you know how to navigate and use your Windows operating system. In this guide we will not give detailed instructions on installation or transferring files. If you need more information, then please consult your Windows manual. Some things you should know about PCDJ before starting: PCDJ To keep repetition minimal, the PCDJ Blue Software program will be referred to as PCDJ. A full features list, shortcuts for the keyboard and DMC-1 controller can be found at the end of this guide. The Dual Players The features in both Players A & B are exactly the same. Close All Other Applications It is strongly recommended that you close all applications on your computer when using PCDJ as they can interfere with its performance. Hint Dropdown Box Holding the mouse pointer over most buttons and features in the PCDJ will show a Hint Dropdown Box explaining what you re pointing to. 7
8 Your License and the DMC-1 Controller The use of the software requires a license. Your DMC-1 controller when plugged into your computer will automatically license your program. Plug the controller into the computer before running the software. After you run the software with the controller, your software will be licensed. The DMC- 1 controller is your license key. If you encounter any problems licensing the program, please contact PCDJ Support at the number or listed below. Graphics in This Guide Graphics in this guide are marked with numbers that correspond with text to give explanations of what the feature does in the player. You will not see these numbers when the program is running. Visiosonic Contact Information PHONE: WEB SITE: SALES: TECHNICAL SUPPORT: 8
9 The PCDJ Blue Program Note: To install the program, find the file named setupblue.exe and run it. You may have downloaded the file from the Internet or it will be located on the CD that you purchased. If you need help on how to install a program into your computer, please consult your Windows manual. Updates are available at The player is divided into four sections: Title Bar, Players (A & B), the Mixer and the Recordcase. Title Bar The top section is the title bar, which includes a 12 or 24 hour clock and four buttons. 1. The CFG Button: This allows you to enter into the configuration mode of the program so you can change the way the PCDJ works. 2. The Info Button: This tells you what version you have of the software. 3. The Standby Button: This will reduce the PCDJ down to its title bar and allow you to access your Windows desktop. 4. The Exit Button: This closes the program. Note: If a player is active, the exit button will not work. All players must be stopped before you will be allowed to close the program. 9
10 Dual Players (A and B) Note: Players A and B function exactly the same. The only differences between the two players are the shortcut keys they use on the keyboard. Full maps of the shortcuts are included at the end of this guide Progress Bar: This graph shows you how far along your song has played. You will have blue bars up to 90% of the song and red bars for the final 10%. A small dot below the Progress Bar shows where a Cue Point is stored. 2. Player Status: This tells you what mode the player is in. The modes include; Playing, Stopped (ready), Paused, Paused (Fine Seek Forward), Paused (Fine Seek Reverse) and Play (Edit). 3. Elapsed Time: Shows how much time of the song has been played. 4. Song Rate: Shows the Sample rate and Kilobit of the song that is loaded at 192kb is CD quality. 5. Remaining Time: Shows how much time of the song that is yet to be played. 6. BPM: Shows the BPM of the song that is loaded. Note: You have to enter this in for each song or use the BPM counter in the INFO box of the players. 7. Cue Point Indicator: This tells you the number Cue Point you are on. You can also name cue points using the INFO box on the player. Naming Cue Points will be covered in detail later in this guide. 8. Artist and Title: This shows the artist and title of the song that is loaded. 9. Buffer: This is an indicator of your buffer. Every 10% indicates 1 second. 100% means the buffer is full and will provide 10 seconds of safety buffer. 10. Cue Points: This shows you which Cue Point you are on. A yellow square will show that a Cue Point is available. A bright blue square
11 indicates a Cue Point that is used and shows that you are on that Cue Point. A gray Cue Point indicates that the point is used, but you are not currently using that Cue Point. To remove a Cue Point, double click on the Cue Point you wish to remove and a dialog box will appear asking for confirmation to delete. The buttons below allow you to advance in either direction to move to any Cue Point. 11. Cue: This button acts as both a cueing button and a stop button. Clicking the CUE button once advances to a previously set Cue Point selected in the Cue Point Indicator. (You will see the Progress Bar light up to that cue position in the song.) When the song is playing, it stops the song when you click it. This button turns red when in use. 12. Play / Pause: Once a track is loaded into the player, pressing this button will begin to play the track. Pressing this button a second time will cause the player to have a silent pause. While in pause mode, if you search forward or reverse, the player will begin to have a repeating sound. This is used to find a cue point. If you use the Original key map, then when you press the play button the second time, you will get a repeating sound. 13. Load/Beat Match/Seek Reverse/Seek Forward: The Load Track button (Blue) is for loading a track (song) into the Player from your Recordcase. You can also load tracks from other sources, such as your hard drive or Explorer, by right mouse clicking on the Load Track button. The Beat Match button (with the equals sign on it) will automatically match the BPM (Beats Per Minute) of the song in one player with a song that has a different BPM in the other player so they can be mixed with precision. You can use this button from Player A to Player B or from Player B to Player A. The Seek Reverse button lets you seek (or skip) backwards through a song either in the Play or Pause modes. Th e Seek Forward button lets you skip forward through a song in either the Play or Pause modes. Note: Using the Forward or Reverse Seek buttons will put the players in the Edit mode. You will not have a safety buffer, so NEVER use these buttons to search through a song when playing live. Use them only to set Cue Points at your gig. 14. Show Track Info Button and LED VU Meters: Clicking on the INFO button will open up the TRACK INFORMATION window which allows you to input specific data about a song, such as the BPM, the Artist and Song Title. The LED VU Meter shows realtime playback levels of the song being played. 15. Pitch Window Display and Bend Buttons: The Pitch window shows a digital display of your current setting of the pitch span. If you move the pitch slider into the negative direction (to slow the song down) a negative number will be shown in the display. The 11
12 bend buttons are shown right below the pitch window display. The bend buttons will allow you to temporarily bend or change the pitch of a song by speeding it up or slowing it down. When using the mouse, the left button will change the pitch up or down 2.5% and the right mouse button will change the pitch by 5%. 16. Pitch Slide / Small Step Up and Down and Reset Button: This lever allows you to adjust the pitch of a song. The small step up and down buttons gives you the ability to adjust the Pitch Slider in very small and exact increments. At the default setting, each time you click on this button the pitch is raised or lowered.05%. Note: You can adjust the pitch span of the Pitch Control Slide, by holding down the Ctrl key and pressing the 5 key (for Player A ) or the 0 key (for Player B ). Each time you press 5 or 0, the percentage increases from 4, 8, 16, 32 to 54 in the Pitch Control Slide. The Mixer The PCDJ Mixer for the PCDJ is designed for those who don t have their own mixer. It allows control of the Main Volume, Monitor Volume and Cross Fade functions Volume Control: The volume control on the left is for Player A and the one on the right is for Player B. 2. Cue: This is for the DJ to listen to a player in the headphones or monitor speakers in order to cue up the next song for play. The cue is engaged when the green light is lit. Note: To use this feature, you must be in mode 3 or 4 in the configuration menu. 3. Fader: This slides from side to side and cross fades between Player A and Player B. The slide will affect the volume level of the players when used. 4. LED VU Meters: These are two real-time VU meters that show the output volume levels of each player separately. The left side is for the Player A and the right is for Player B. 5. Monitor Volume Control: This controls the overall output volume for the monitor only. Note: This feature only works in mode 3 or Main Volume Control: This dial runs the overall output to the left and right channels of the PCDJ.
13 The Recordcase The Recordcase is where your virtual collection of music is kept. Unlike your physical collection where everything is just stacked together in racks and/or boxes, you can make Groups and Sub-groups to separate and categorize your music files as well as use three different Auto Play features. Pre-listen ( pre-listen means you don t have to load a track into the player in order to listen to it) and Find features that make working with your collection a breeze. The different sort orders (BPM, Artist, Trackname, Version and Comment), together with the Find feature, make it incredibly easy to locate your tracks. Drag and drop capabilities also add to the PCDJ s overall efficiency and ease of loading tracks into the players. 1. Edit Recordcase Button: This button opens the Edit Recordcase dialog box. This window allows you to edit your groups and subgroups. This is where you can add or delete songs to your Recordcase. 2. Groups Box: This is where you add and delete new groups. To add a new group, right mouse click in the groups box and a submenu will appear. You can then choose to add a new group, copy, rename, delete or refresh a group. 3. Mini Case Player: Plays tracks in your Recordcase (through the Monitor) so you can pre-listen to the tracks before loading them into the player. Note: Double clicking a file in the Recordcase will cause the song to be played in the mini player and it can be broadcasted live. To avoid this, you can uncheck the box to disable and enable the player. An unchecked box equals a non-working mini case player. 4. BPM / Artist / Trackname / Version / Comment Buttons: By clicking any one of these buttons it will sort your Recordcase in ascending order according to the button pressed. If you wish to sort your songs in a specific order, then un-click the lit button and then drag and drop your files into the order you wish. The files will remain in the order you made until you press one of the buttons again. Un-clicking the button will return them to the order in which you left them. 13
14 5. The Recordcase: This is where you will see a list of your songs. You can add songs to the Recordcase through the Edit Record case button or by dragging files from your Explorer located on your hard drive and dropping them into the Recordcase. You can edit tag information by selecting a song and then right mouse clicking to bring up a sub menu. On the sub menu you can edit track information, load a song into Player A or B, refresh a list or group, play a song in the mini case player, add songs to your waitlist, add tracks to a subgroup, remove tracks from a subgroup and perform utility functions. Utilities would include: export a subgroup to a file, remove dead links, convert wav files to mp3 using CBR 96kb to 320kb and VBR 96kb to 192kb, erase tracks from a hard drive, and show track location on your hard drive. Note: If you use the erase track from hard drive this will remove the file/song permanently. The Recordcase does not actually hold your songs, the listings are just links to your songs. Thus removing tracks from your groups only removes the links that were created. If you move a file on your hard drive, it will create a dead link. You will need to update your Recordcase in this instance using this utility. 6. Subgroup Tabs: Inside of every group that you make, you can have an unlimited number of subgroups. This will allow you to organize your music even more. To the right of the last tab you will see two small arrows. Use these to navigate through the subgroups or use the shortcut keys. Shortcuts and controller maps are included at the end of this guide. To create/delete/rename a subgroup, use the Edit Recordcase Button or right mouse click on the subgroup tabs. 7. Find: To find a song in your Recordcase, click this button. You can perform a search using a BPM Range (example ), Artist, Trackname, Version or Comment. You can do wildcard searching by using the asterisk (*) (example: ma* or *donna). wl: WL is your waitlist button. Clicking this button will change your Recordcase to the waitlist Recordcase. The waitlist can perform many more functions then just adding songs to be played. To enter and exit the waitlist mode, just click the wl button. You can add songs to the waitlist by right mouse clicking a song and selecting the option from the sub menu. There are also shortcut keys and controller buttons on the DMC 1 controller, which we will give you at the end of this guide. Ripp: The Ripp button will bring you into the Ripp mode when you click on it. When in this mode, you will be able to Ripp (take a track from a CD or Line-in recording and place it into the computer s hard drive in a file format called WAV) a song from a 14
15 CD or line-in recording. Then the computer will encode the WAV file and turn it into an mp3 file. Note: If your computer is connected to the Internet, you can use the db (database) button in the Ripp mode to automatically input the names of your songs from a CD. 8. Edit: The edit button will allow you to enter track information on a song that is selected in your Recordcase. wl+: The wl+ button will allow you to add songs to your waitlist. You must be in the Recordcase to add a song to the waitlist using this button. wl-: The wl- button is to remove a song from your waitlist. You must be in the waitlist to remove a song using this button. ^: The ^ button allows you to scroll up in the Recordcase. Note: You can use the up arrow key on your keyboard to scroll up in the Recordcase also. v: The v button allows you to scroll down in your Recordcase. Note: You can use the down arrow key on the keyboard to scroll down in the Recordcase also. 9. Auto Play: The Auto Play button works in the play mode and will automatically load players A and B and plays the songs in the Recordcase or waitlist in the exact order of the list. Auto Shuffle: The Auto Shuffle (shfl) button will play the songs in your Recordcase or waitlist in random order. Auto Pilot: Auto Pilot was designed with the intention of giving the DJ a little time to find a certain song or to go off and do a quick task while having everything still running smoothly. The Auto Pilot will play the songs in both players and will automatically load the next song that you have listed in your waitlist. If no song is in the waitlist, then the Auto Pilot will only play the songs that are loaded in the Players. Note: Once a song has been played in the Auto Play or Auto Shuffle mode, the same song will not be played again in that run. The Auto Pilot button will automatically load and play the songs in your waitlist in the order they are listed. 10. Message Bar: The function of this status bar is designed to supply you with information about the players and the Recordcase. 15
16 Configuration (CFG) There are a great number of configurations you can do with this software to allow you to use the software for the way you DJ specifically. In this guide we will only be giving a short description of these features. We have set the program to automatically choose the most common settings that a DJ would use. You do not have to adjust anything as these settings were put in place the first time you ran the software. The CFG button will give you access to the configuration menu. The menu breaks down into three parts; Hardware, Software and License. Hardware: Workmode This section is where you can choose the work mode that suits you best. When the program is installed, you will automatically be in work mode 1. This mode is very good for setting up your gigs at home or the office. We suggest using work mode 5 for live gigs. Note: You should be using 2 sound cards and an external mixer. If you have a Sound Blaster Live! then use the enable Sound Blaster Live! check box and select mode 5. You may experience some stereo imaging problems using the Sound Blaster Live! sound card. It is best if you use two non-emulated sounds cards to avoid this driver problem. Setting up Soundcard 1 and Soundcard 2 Auto configuration will have completed this step for you, but if you want to choose a different sound card, this is where it s done. External This page is for using other devices that require Com Port connection such as the DMC-1 controller. The Test Connection button is for verification that the DMC-1 controller is connected to the correct port. Click the button to run the test. Software: There are 5 tabs that allow you to change the operation of the software; these tabs are Interface, Files & Paths, Automation, Ripp/Encoder and Administration. Interface Most of the items on this tab are self-explanatory. You can try them out to find out what best suits your needs. The Pitch bend 0.1% will relate to the bend buttons in the players. The default settings are for Low bend is 5, 16
17 which equals.5%. The Normal bend is 15, which is 1.5% bend. The High bend is 30, which is 3% bend. You can adjust these to suit your needs. Realize that every 10 would equal 1%. The highest number you can input is 99, which would be 9.9% bend. Pitch Step buttons are the small buttons located next to the Pitch Control Sliders on each player. They permit you to move the pitch control slider in very small increments. The pitch step setting in the configuration allows you to set the degree of movement of each click of the small step buttons. The higher the number in the pitch step text box, the greater the movement up or down of the pitch control slide with each of the small step buttons. It is designed to allow greater precision of the movement of the Pitch Control Slide. Pitch Span allows you to control the range or percentage of change in the BPM of a song when using the Pitch Control Slide. The lowest option is 4% and the highest is 52%. It is defaulted at 24%. The left box controls the pitch span for Player A and the right box is for Player B. You can adjust these spans on the fly, which is covered later in this guide. Key mapping allows you to change what shortcuts you wish to use. There are key mappings for the original setup, for use with a Hot F Keys controller or External controller like the DMC-1 and with using a keyboard only. If you are using a DMC-1 controller, then use the External Controller / Alternative setting. We recommend that you use the PC Keyboard shortcuts when you do not have a DMC-1 controller. Files & Path The track link path is used to store data about your mp3 files. If your mp3 files are marked Read only by your computer, then PCDJ will make link files and store them to your data directory located in the PCDJ program. The Group folder is used to store data about your Recordcase such as your groups and subgroups. It is not recommended that you change this data or path as it may have an adverse affect on your program. The file name type is used when encoding files; this will save the name of the file either with artist and then title (example: Madonna- HeymrDJ.mp3) or reverse, title and then artist (example: HeymrDJ- Madonna.mp3). You can change the separation character to whatever suits your needs. Automation The Internet CD info settings should not be altered. These allow you to connect to the CDDB database online. If you are using a firewall or proxy server, you may be required to add some information such as your proxy server and password. You should contact your system administrator to help you with these settings. 17
18 The Auto Play, Auto Shuffle and Auto Pilot mix on end seconds is a setting that predetermines when a song will auto mix. A negative number would represent a mix that would have the second song start playing before the first song has finished playing. We suggest that you use 4 or 6 for the auto shuffle mode and +1 for auto pilot mode. Auto Cue on stop allows you to skip the silence or low volume introductions of songs. It allows you to cut out the intro portion while restricting any loss of the beat in your existing mix. This way, there is no silence or gap in music from one song to another. Auto Cue silent level allows you to set how much of an Auto Cue you want. The range is from 0 to 300 with 25 being the default. The number is represented in the 10 th of a percent. Example: 25=2.5% and 300=30%. The higher you make the number, the more you will filter out. Ripp / Encoder This tab allows you to adjust the encoding rate of the music. An mp3 recorded at 192kb Constant Bit Rate is very near to CD quality. If you need to conserve space on your hard drive, then choose a lower number. If you need higher quality and space is not a concern then choose a higher number. We use the Fraunhofer (the company that created and developed the mp3 technology) encoding and decoding. The most practical setting is 192kb CBR; this will give you great sounding music and will be somewhat conservative in space requirements. Whatever rate you choose will be your default encoding rate. Speed allows you to change the speed in which your CD-ROM reads the CD. If you are having trouble encoding files, try making this number less. The default is 30. The Buffers setting allows you to use your hard drive to cache for your CD-ROM. Try increasing this number if you have trouble encoding. The default is 25. Readmode allows you to choose how much information the CD-ROM unit reads at one time. The default is set to normal. The setup program automatically chooses the Interface setting. You should not adjust this setting. Encoding quality lets you pick the quality level of how the PCDJ will encode your music. The default is set to Fast Encode. If you change it to Quality Encode, it will take longer to encode your music files, but they will have a slightly better sound. Jitter Correction helps the CD-ROM unit read information more efficiently in a way that greatly improves the normal jitter that comes from conventional CD-ROM unit readers. This feature should be left on. 18
19 CD Recording Ripping is one of the most important features of the PCDJ program. It is very important that you understand how and what this function does for you. You also need to understand what ripping is as opposed to encoding. Ripping is taking a song from a CD or other Line-in inputs and copying it to the hard drive of the computer. It will save the file as a WAV file. Encoding is when you use a program to compress the WAV file in a smaller file like mp3. To use the ripping and encoding function in PCDJ, put a CD in the CD drive and then click the Ripp button. You can then click the DB button to access the online CDDB database. You will need an Internet connection to use the CDDB. Then click either the WAV or mp3 button to either Ripp or encode the file. If you choose the mp3 button, you will then be asked where you want to store the file on your hard drive. Then the file will be ripped, and then encoded. Line-in Recording To record with line-in, you will need an audio (or audio/video) cable to run from your source to your soundcard. The specifications of the adapter are: one 1/8 male mini-stereo plug, which splits into two female RCA jacks. (Stereo female jacks will not work.) You can find these cables at electronic or computer stores. Phonographs (or turntables) do not output a strong enough signal by themselves and should never be directly connected to the computer for ripping/ encoding. They require some form of amplification to boost the phono signals. You can also use a mixer instead of an amplifier. If you have a mixer that you use for your performances, it would be ideal for amplifying your phonograph. There will be more than enough power to produce a clean (quiet) signal. To do a line-in recording, click the RIPP button and then click the Line button. You will notice a track information window; you will need to fill in the track data. Choose the mode you want, mono or stereo. Then choose your format, WAV or mp3. If you use mp3, then choose the bit rate (192kb recommended). Then choose your Max length. This is the length of time you wish to record. If you are not sure of the time limit, then set the time to zero. This will be an unlimited time and you will be required to stop the player. The software will automatically trim the front and back of the music, so do not worry about dead air time as it will be cut off. Click the set filename and choose a name for your recording. Click save. You can now play your record or cassette to begin your recording. 19
20 Note: You will have to set up your sound card for line-in recording. If you double click the speaker on the start bar in Windows, it will bring up your player control dialog box. Click Options and then click on Properties. Then click on the recording button and make sure you have a checked box for line-in. Administration: MP3 Encryption Setting Create Encrypted mp3 allows you to safeguard your songs. By using this setting, your music will not play in any other mp3 player other than the PCDJ (excluding the freeware). The Private Key feature gives you the option to protect your work even more by assigning your own private key to your mp3 tracks encryption. This way, only you and those that you give the key to will be able to play your songs. You can assign a new key to each user; you can assign as many keys as you like. The Private Key is only active when you are using the Create Encrypted mp3. When you use this feature, you are required to make a 48-character key. Write this key down, as Visiosonic does not have any way to unlock these files for you. Since you can assign as many private keys as you wish, by typing in the private key of your choice in the Select Private Key text box, you can assign specific tracks to that key. For example, if you have person #1 which you want to give songs A, B, C, D, E to, and you want to give person #2 songs F, G, H, I, J, you would first type in person #1 s private key in the Select Private Key text box and follow through (the upcoming steps) in assigning encrypted files A, B, C, D, E to person #1 s folder. Then you would go back and type pers on #2 s private key in the Select Private Key text box and follow through accordingly. In other words, this feature enables you to select users (that you have given private keys to) and with their private keys, give them the specific tracks you desire. The Source Directory is where you will take the files from and assign them to a specific folder for another user. The Target Directory is where you will place the chosen files, after they are encrypted, for your specific user. Accumulated Information PCDJ has some intelligence in that it becomes familiar with your track information and will assist you when typing in certain categories. But after a while, the history list of your track information can become too large and affect its performance. The Accumulated Information feature allows you to cull out (or strip down) the overgrown list, or empty it entirely to start fresh. 20
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