The Numark Mixtrack Pro 3 is a class-compliant MIDI and audio device which automatically installs to your computer whether you're using a Windows PC or a Mac. Both the included Serato DJ Intro software, and the full version of Serato DJ require no setup and should map to the Mixtrack Pro 3 and route the audio automatically. Sometimes, other programs or audio configurations may prevent this from happening. This article reviews some of the most common causes of audio routing issues between the Mixtrack Pro 3 and Serato DJ.
The Numark Mixtrack Pro 3 is a class-compliant MIDI and audio device. There is no need to download drivers or check for OS compatibility as both Windows and Mac OSX will recognize the controller automatically. If you're Mixtrack Pro 3 doesn't seem connected to your DJ software or you can't hear any audio, the first thing you should do is check to make sure that your computer is recognizing the controller.
On a Windows PC, the quickest way to check whether or not the Mixtrack Pro 3 is being recognized is to open the Windows Device Manager.
The Numark Mixtrack Pro 3 should be located under Sound, Video, and Game Controllers.
If the Mixtrack Pro 3 is NOT located under Sound, Video, and Game Controllers, or there is a yellow "!" or "?" next to it, the controller is not being seen correctly. Please see our guide on Troubleshooting Class Compliant USB Computer Peripherals.
On Mac OSX, you can check your Audio MIDI Setup to tell whether the Mixtrack Pro 3 is connected. From your Mac's desktop click on Go > Utilities and select Audio MIDI Setup. Make sure that the Mixtrack Pro 3 is shown in both the Audio Devices and MIDI Studio windows.
If the Mixtrack Pro 3 is NOT located in either window, or it appears dim and grayed out, the controller is not being seen correctly. Please see our guide on Troubleshooting Class Compliant USB Computer Peripherals.
Soundflower is a popular audio utility for Mac OSX that allows re-routing of audio signals. If you're having difficulty with the audio in Serato DJ or Serato DJ Intro (particularly hearing the output through your computer's speakers instead of through the Mixtrack Pro 3), uninstalling Soundflower may help.
An Aggregate Device is a virtual device driver for Mac OS that allows the combination of different physical inputs and outputs to act like one device. This is especially useful if you have multiple audio interfaces and you want to use them at the same time. Some programs may even create them automatically, such as Pro Tools, so even if you've never created one yourself it might be a good idea to check your Audio MIDI Setup.
Lastly, users who've connected multiple class compliant DJ controllers or MIDI controllers to their Mac's can sometimes cause a conflict or over load in their configuration under Audio MIDI Setup. Your controller may not connect correctly to your computer. The following section will show you how to perform a New Configuration under Audio MIDI Setup.
Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own a Numark product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the Numark technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support.