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How to Use Image-Line Deckadance DVS Edition V2.30 for DJ Mixing and Remixing

Image-Line Deckadance DVS Edition V2.30 is a powerful and versatile DJ software that works as a standalone program or as a VST plugin in your favorite host. It can also host any VST compliant softsynth or effect, giving you unlimited creative possibilities. Whether you are a beginner or a professional DJ, you can use Deckadance to mix, scratch, glitch, and remix your tracks with ease and style.

In this article, we will show you how to use some of the key features of Deckadance DVS Edition V2.30, such as:

Smartknobs: Link a knob to multiple FX and mixer interface targets and control them with one gesture.

GrossBeat: Apply 8 user-defined FX per deck with integrated editor. Program glitch, stutter, and scratch FX in real time.

Isolator Effects: Apply up to 3 insert effects per track independently to high, mid, or low band.

Sampler: Sample your tracks with beat-matched easy sampling. Use one shot, trigger, retrigger, and loop modes.

VST host and client: Host and use any VST plugin within Deckadance.

Before we start, make sure you have downloaded and installed Deckadance DVS Edition V2.30 from the official website[^1^]. You will also need a keygen to register the software[^3^]. If you have any questions or problems, you can check the online manual[^2^] or contact the support team.

Step 1: Set up your decks and audio devices

When you launch Deckadance for the first time, you will see a welcome screen that lets you choose between 2 or 4 decks. You can also change this later from the options menu. Next, you will need to configure your audio devices and outputs. Go to Options > Audio Setup and select your audio driver, device, sample rate, buffer size, and latency. You can also enable ASIO or DirectSound drivers for better performance.

If you want to use Deckadance with a MIDI controller or a timecoded vinyl or CD system, you will need to set up your MIDI devices and inputs. Go to Options > MIDI Setup and select your MIDI device and input channel. You can also assign MIDI commands to different functions in Deckadance using the MIDI Learn feature. To use timecoded vinyl or CD systems, you will need to enable DVS mode from the options menu and calibrate your timecode signal.

Step 2: Load your tracks and set cue points

To load a track into a deck, you can drag and drop it from your computer or from the library panel on the right side of the screen. You can browse your files by folder, genre, artist, album, or playlist. You can also search for tracks by name or keyword using the search box. To access your iTunes library, click on the iTunes icon on the top right corner of the library panel.

Once you have loaded a track into a deck, you can set cue points to mark different parts of the song. Cue points are useful for jumping to specific positions in the track or for looping sections. To set a cue point, simply click on one of the eight buttons below the waveform display. You can also use your keyboard or MIDI controller to set cue points. To delete a cue point, right-click on it or press Shift + Cue button.

Step 3: Mix your tracks and apply effects

To mix your tracks, you can use the crossfader at the bottom of the screen or the volume faders on each deck. You can also adjust the pitch, tempo, key, and sync of each track using the controls above the waveform display. To sync two tracks automatically, press the Sync button on either deck. To change the key of a track without affecting its tempo, press the Key Lock button on either deck.

To apply effects to your tracks, you can use the Smartknobs feature or the Isolator Effects a474f39169