I have been tring to learn how to beatmatch on a pair of Numark ndx900s. When I start to get really close to matching the two tracks my pitch control starts get get crazy sensitive. I have the pitch set to 6%.
They are digital/CDJ kind of things. Im not 100% sure but sometimes it sounds like the resolution on the pitch control wont let me make a move as small as I want to make. I’m barely touching it and still over shooting.
Could it be the resolution or is it just supposed be be a like this?
Anyone have experience with these turntables?
what are the steps?
I play on pios which are +/- 0.05 at 10 percent and although it can cause two tracks to drift away, it’s really negligible IMO
So stepping that much is normal.
I just looked mine it up. Apparently its +/-0.1%. I was hoping the steps would be smaller .
So im guessing its a case of pulling the track back in as you mix if it’s out then. Thats going to make it a little harder to keep the track in the sweet spot.
0,1? that’s pretty rubbish tbh, on par with my 17 year old CDJ 100s
still, you can mix with that, just gotta nudge it every now and then when you hear the tunes are drifiting apart, it’s just about getting used to it.
That’s a little annoying.
I cant complain TBH I knew Numark’s reputation when I brought them. Then there was the price as well.
I don’t see why they couldn’t just put in an analog circuit for the pitch control.
Dont these have +/- buttons to speed up or slow down the track? That usually syncs up the track for a couple of bars. Can you upload a clip of your mixing?
I dont really have a problem pushing or pulling a track back in. It just it would be nice to find that sweet spot and just leave it.
I would upload a mix but I can’t quite beat match fast enough yet. Maybe in a few weeks . I wouldn’t mind some pointers.