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Pioneer CDJ-2000 Needle Search – Global Sound

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A short clip demoing the Pioneer CDJ-2000 Needle Search feature for track filtering and audio searching.

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  • DAM Just give me 2 Turntables and a Mixer lol lol We can ROCK IT!

    Alex03000351

    September 3, 2012

  • Nothing at all. I actually think that’s cool. The first time I played with cdj 2000’s I forgot about it and touched it accidentally. If the Needle Seatch worked while the track is playing I’d be screwed. haha lol It only shows “neddle lock” or something like it. And I was like: “omg, i’m so lucky!”

    victor9961

    September 3, 2012

  • the songs??
    

    dimitris255

    September 3, 2012

  • – but…i have to do with rekordbox? edit the information of traks or just sync?? ihave to use when i djjing???THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!

    JANCHAPELA

    September 3, 2012

  • Are you using rekordbox? try that.

    Hardstylaz

    September 3, 2012

  • i wouldn’t scratch on a thing that expensive!

    shisha1096

    September 3, 2012

  • In my cdj 2000 do not see the submenu with the quantity of tracks or playlists and do not know how to get the menu to search by genre color album bpm,search…so i can’t access the touch keyboard…as i have to do????????????

    JANCHAPELA

    September 3, 2012

  • what does the needle drop section do while the track is playing?

    LogoMproductions

    September 3, 2012

  • how can i access the list which the “search,artist,etc” is written????i cannot find the search to push it,,,

    sonushxos

    September 3, 2012

  • @Skratchworx: yes, but:

    1) w/ turntables, hands rarely cross the needle’s path. You drop, then retreat. W/ 2000s, BOTH hands CONSTANTLY move over/near/around the touch strip as you adjust buttons, knobs & platters. This means LOTs of chances to ROYALLY eff up a mix w/ the slightest finger graze.

    2) it’s REALLY easy to engage needle search when in Vinyl mode: rest the heel of your palm on the platter & extend your finger down to the strip–not that diff. from real vinyl.

    Simple & smart.

    jasonwarth

    September 3, 2012