Paul Posted Sun 01 Feb 09 4: Can anyone help me out here???? Posted Wed 11 Feb 09 4: I closed torq, opened VDJ and got it working using the steps I sent the other day. I wonder if you need to install the Torq software so your computer recognizes the xponent?
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Lastly if you own VDJ please register your serial number in your profile. I almost bought a whole new set-up because I thought my Xponent was dead!!!
Alternatively you can activate general midi and map it manually, but with no leds, progress bars or vu meters. I tried uninstalling, re-installing, updating drivers, etc. Secondly what is the “Bank” switch on the front set to? Posted Mon 09 Feb 09 1: I also did the same thing when I got the xponent, opened it installed all conrctiv software and everything and then followed your directions and it 6.01. seem to be working. Just for the record, you don’t need Torq installed at all.
Thanks for you help though brendan Posted Fri 06 Feb 09 4: I used VDJ v5. At first everything was working fine, so i decided to branch off a bit and use Torq, seeing as the Xponent came with it and I might as well give it a shot. Thirdly download the latest trial, install that and see if the Xponent is available in the dropdown box. I know I installed torq right away just to see if I liked it. When i turn it on, it calibrates, all the lights come on, then thats it.
Just click on it! Posted Wed 09 Jun 10 8: When all this is done click OK.
VIRTUAL DJ SOFTWARE – Mapping VDJ software to the M-Audio Xponent
At least on VDJ. The master and booth volumes still work and so does the mouse pad, but thats it. Hope I can figure this coneciv Thanks so much in advance I’m pretty clueless about this stuff brendan Posted Thu 05 Feb 09 You don’t need any mappers for it to work – be wary of what mappers you are using since you haven’t obtained them from the official site.
Can I map vdj onto my xponent.
It really does sound like a driver issue to me. In the input window it should read NONE. One of my jogwheels is stuck so I’m getting a new one. I followed your steps and am now able to hear the music through my xponent but none of the cpnectiv work, nor the jogwheels.
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I opened it and played around alittle, but just enjoy VDJ and it’s toys. I have been using virtual dj to mix songs for the past year and love it.
Maybe tech support will read this and throw us bone. I recently acquired an Xponent from a friend. You can then also use my mapper to extend this. Now close VDJ conctiv re-open it.
I’ll run everything through again and hopefully it will work with the new one. I use it for everything including my karaoke.
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