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Learn How to Configure Virtual DJ for BCD3000 in Minutes



How to Set Up Virtual DJ for BCD3000: A Step-by-Step Guide




If you are a DJ who wants to mix music with your computer and a MIDI controller, you might be interested in using Virtual DJ, a popular software that allows you to create and perform live mixes with various effects and features. However, before you can start rocking the crowd, you need to configure your software and hardware properly. In this article, we will show you how to set up Virtual DJ for BCD3000, a versatile and affordable controller from Behringer that works well with Virtual DJ.




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What is BCD3000?




BCD3000 is a USB MIDI controller that lets you control Virtual DJ and other DJ software with physical knobs, faders, buttons, and jog wheels. It also has a built-in sound card that allows you to connect your speakers and headphones to your computer. BCD3000 has four channels, two for playing tracks and two for sampling or looping. It also has a microphone input, a crossfader, an EQ section, and various effects buttons. BCD3000 is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X, and it comes with a driver CD and a copy of Traktor LE software.


What is Virtual DJ?




Virtual DJ is a software that simulates the functions of a DJ mixer and turntables on your computer screen. You can load and play audio files from your hard drive or external devices, and manipulate them with various tools such as pitch, tempo, cue, loop, scratch, and effects. You can also record your mixes, broadcast them online, or burn them to CDs. Virtual DJ supports various formats such as MP3, WAV, OGG, FLAC, AAC, M4A, WMA, and more. Virtual DJ also supports various MIDI controllers such as BCD3000, which allow you to control the software with physical devices.


How to Set Up Virtual DJ for BCD3000?




To set up Virtual DJ for BCD3000, you need to follow these steps:


  • Install the driver for BCD3000 from the CD that came with the controller or download it from Behringer's website. Follow the instructions on the screen and restart your computer if necessary.



  • Connect BCD3000 to your computer with a USB cable and turn it on. Make sure the power LED is lit and the USB LED is blinking.



  • Install Virtual DJ from the CD that came with the software or download it from Virtual DJ's website. Follow the instructions on the screen and register your software if necessary.



  • Launch Virtual DJ and go to Config > Mappers. Select BCD3000 from the drop-down menu and click OK.



  • Go to Config > Sound Setup. Select BCD3000 ASIO as your sound card and choose Headphones as your output mode. Click OK.



  • Connect your speakers to the Master output of BCD3000 and your headphones to the Phones output of BCD3000.



  • You are now ready to use Virtual DJ with BCD3000. You can load tracks from your computer or external devices by dragging them to the decks on the screen. You can control the playback, volume, pitch, cue, loop, scratch, and effects of each track with the corresponding knobs, faders, buttons, and jog wheels on BCD3000. You can also use the microphone input, crossfader, EQ section, and effects buttons on BCD3000 to enhance your mix.



How to Use Virtual DJ with BCD3000?




After setting up Virtual DJ for BCD3000, you can start using the software and the controller to mix music like a pro. Here are some tips on how to use Virtual DJ with BCD3000:


  • To load a track from your computer or external device, drag it to the deck on the screen or press the Load button on BCD3000. You can also use the Browse knob and buttons on BCD3000 to navigate through your folders and files.



  • To play or pause a track, press the Play/Pause button on BCD3000. To stop a track, press the Cue button on BCD3000. To adjust the speed of a track, use the Pitch fader or the Pitch Bend buttons on BCD3000.



  • To scratch a track, press and hold the Scratch button on BCD3000 and move the jog wheel. To search or cue a track, move the jog wheel without pressing the Scratch button.



  • To mix two tracks, use the crossfader on BCD3000 to blend them together. You can also use the Volume faders and the EQ knobs on BCD3000 to adjust the levels and frequencies of each track.



  • To add effects to a track, press the FX button on BCD3000 and use the FX knob and buttons to select and activate an effect. You can also use the FX Assign buttons on BCD3000 to assign an effect to a specific channel.



  • To loop a part of a track, press the Loop In button on BCD3000 at the start point and press the Loop Out button at the end point. To exit the loop, press the Reloop/Exit button on BCD3000.



  • To record your mix, go to Config > Record and choose your settings. Then press the Start Recording button on the screen or press Shift + Rec on BCD3000.



How to Troubleshoot Virtual DJ and BCD3000?




If you encounter any problems with Virtual DJ and BCD3000, you can try these solutions:


  • If you hear clicks, pops, or distortion in your audio, you might need to adjust your latency settings. Go to Config > Sound Setup > ASIO Config and lower or raise your latency until you find a balance between sound quality and performance.



  • If you experience lag or delay in your MIDI controls, you might need to update your driver for BCD3000. Go to Behringer's website and download and install the latest driver for your operating system.



  • If you have no sound or low sound from your speakers or headphones, you might need to check your connections and volume settings. Make sure your speakers and headphones are plugged into the correct outputs of BCD3000 and that your volume knobs are turned up. Also make sure that your master volume and channel volumes are turned up in Virtual DJ.



  • If you have any other issues with Virtual DJ and BCD3000, you can consult the user manuals for both products or visit their websites for more information and support.



Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to set up Virtual DJ for BCD3000, how to use Virtual DJ with BCD3000, and how to troubleshoot Virtual DJ and BCD3000. We hope that this guide has helped you to enjoy the benefits of using a software and a controller to mix music like a professional DJ. Virtual DJ and BCD3000 are a great combination for beginners and experts alike, as they offer a lot of features and functions that can enhance your creativity and performance. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below. Happy mixing! b99f773239


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