If you’re the designated Admin user of the system, you can easily check and change the Utility settings of the DJM-A9 and CDJ-3000 units in the PRO DJ LINK network via the Device Control screen. You can create multiple settings files in advance, giving you the option to apply multiple changes in one go if you need to, and you can share them via in numerous ways including via AirDrop or email to make event preparations run smoother.
Speed up sound checks with remote control of the CDJ-3000. There’s no need to go back and forth between the booth and the dancefloor; simply use Sound Check in Stagehand to load tracks to the decks and play, stop, fast-forward and rewind them. You can also control sine waves and noise from the DJM-A9 to make sure the sound system is set up correctly for the room’s acoustics. When the gig starts, turn on Live mode to disable Device Control functions so you can’t accidentally interrupt the music in the middle of a DJ’s set.
Keep an eye on a host of information without needing to look over the DJ’s shoulder – or even enter the booth. The Status screen gives you a remote view of almost everything happening on the DJM-A9, including the status of Utility settings, enabling you to quickly spot problems such as excessive volume from the trim and master levels so you can troubleshoot effectively. You can also check the playing information on the CDJ-3000 units from here.
Remotely view a host of track information from your iPad to help you create exciting lighting sequences and visual effects. From the Waveform screen, you can view not only the waveforms of tracks playing on CDJ-3000 units in real time, but also the beatgrid, BPM, and time information. DJs have a choice of public and private settings in their own rekordbox account for sharing most of the music information, and settings made in advance will be reflected in Stagehand.