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Here you can see if Serato DJ has successfully detected your MIDI Device. Click on the MIDI device in the list to select it and use ‘Enable MIDI Device’ option to enable or disable that device.

Your Primary Serato DJ hardware will show up here if it is able to be remapped. Allow Serato Hardware Remapping . Enable this to allow your connected Serato DJ hardware to be remapped. Remap your controller to change what Serato DJ functionality is controlled by it’s buttons, knobs and sliders.

To restore your Serato DJ hardware back to it’s default either disable this option, or click ‘Restore Defaults’. Here you can create, delete and manage multiple MIDI presets for your MIDI Devices. Select your MIDI preset in the list and click ‘Load’ to activate the preset. Click ‘New’ to create a new preset or click ‘Save’ or ‘Save As’ to save your current preset.

Enable Output Lighting . Enable MIDI output lighting for supported devices and features.

Press “L” on your keyboard when making a MIDI mapping to enable MIDI output lighting for that specific mapping.

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Restore Defaults . Restores the midi mapping for any connected devices back to their default setting. If you have multiple MIDI controllers connected this will reset presets on both devices.

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The MIDI feature in Serato DJ Pro is a great way to add flexibility to your performances by mapping frequently used Serato DJ Pro controls to your primary Serato DJ hardware, secondary MIDI controller, or Serato official accessory.

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Create, save, and customise your mapping to better suit your performance style. The following article will give some tips on:. Remapping your primary Serato DJ Pro hardware. Saving your custom MIDI presets. Assigning controls to a secondary MIDI controller. Assigning controls to a Serato official accessory. Reverting your mappings if you have made a mistake.

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Remapping your primary Serato DJ hardwareIf your primary Serato DJ hardware (the hardware used to activate Serato DJ Pro - whether controller, interface or mixer) has MIDI capabilities it will appear in the 'MIDI devices' list of the MIDI tab.

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If your hardware device is not showing in the 'MIDI Devices' list it most likely does not have available MIDI controls or is unable to be remapped.Click the hardware device you want to remap and make sure that the "Allow Serato Hardware Remapping" box is checked.

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You will need to enable the "Allow Serato Hardware Remapping" option per device in the MIDI devices list. When this option is on, the MIDI button in the main Serato DJ Pro screen will be available to assign MIDI controls for your primary hardware.Close the SETUP screen.

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Click the MIDI button near the upper right-hand side of the Serato DJ Pro main window. This will enable MIDI assign mode and open the MIDI panel ready for custom mappings.You can now click on a Serato DJ Pro software feature, then touch a control on your hardware and Serato DJ will link those two mappings.

When in MIDI assign mode, clicking a software function and pressing, turning or moving a hardware control will map this function and remove the default mapped function.NOTE: Remember to save your mapping preset if you think you will use another type of device.

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Mapping multiple functions to a single MIDI control. You can assign multiple Serato DJ Pro functions to a single MIDI control (button, knob, fader). Enter MIDI mode and click on a function you wish to map. If a MIDI control has already been mapped to another Serato DJ Pro function you will be presented with the option to Overwrite the mapping or Add an Additional mapping. Pressing ‘O’ will Overwrite ALL of the previously assigned mappings.

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Pressing ‘A’ will Add an Additional mapping to the already assigned MIDI control. Mapping multiple MIDI controls to a single function.

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You can assign multiple MIDI controls (buttons) to the same Serato DJ Pro function. To do this, hold ‘Shift’ and click on a Serato DJ function that has already been assigned a mapping.

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Moving or pressing another physical control on your MIDI device will assign the new MIDI control as well as retain the mapping for the control originally mapped to the function. The control mappings will be listed in the mapping panel.

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Save your preset! To prevent the hassle of having to MIDI assign every time you have a gig you can create new, save, delete and load MIDI templates in the MIDI tab of the SETUP screen.

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Make sure you create a new preset BEFORE you start MIDI mapping so that when you are finished there will be a preset to save to - just clicking 'new' will wipe your current MIDI settings.

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Assigning controls to a secondary MIDI controllerTo assign MIDI controls to a secondary MIDI controller you have connected along-side your primary hardware, enter MIDI assign mode by clicking the MIDI button at the top of the display screen next to SETUP.

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The MIDI assign button will not be available and will be greyed out unless a secondary MIDI controller is plugged in (or Allow Serato Hardware Remapping is enabled for primary hardware, or a Serato official accessory is connected).Once in MIDI assign mode click a control on Serato DJ Pro, then press/move/twist the desired MIDI control on your hardware to map the two together.

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The grey "assign" box will turn blue when successfully assigned. If you make a mistake, press the ENTER key while the blue box is showing to revert the mapping.

Some controls on Serato DJ Pro can have a secondary function by using CTRL + Click when mapping. For example, holding CTRL and clicking on the loop button allows you to MIDI map the Loop Trigger instead of Loop Toggle.NOTE: Dials and faders in Serato DJ Pro will need to be assigned to either dials or faders on your MIDI controller.

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Assigning dials and faders to buttons will not work due to the difference in MIDI signal received. It is always best to map a button to a button, a knob to a knob and a slider to a slider etc. Assigning controls to a Serato official accessoryYou can also re-map certain controls on your Serato official accessory.

Simply connect the device along-side your primary hardware, then click SETUP then choose the 'MIDI' tab, select the device, and choose "Allow Serato Hardware Remapping":. To assign MIDI controls to a Serato official accessory you have connected along-side your primary hardware, enter MIDI assign mode by clicking the MIDI button at the top of the display screen next to SETUP. The MIDI assign button will not be available and will be greyed out unless a Serato official accessory is connected (or Allow Serato Hardware Remapping is enabled for primary hardware, or a secondary MIDI controller is connected).Once in MIDI assign mode click a control on Serato DJ Pro, then press/move/twist the desired MIDI control on your Serato official accessory to map the two together.

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