The Numark Mixtrack Pro 3 was designed with the skilled, professionally-aspiring DJ in mind. This controller offers a host of features and performance options that set it way above other conventional DJ controllers, yet it offers great bang-for-the-buck and it’s a snap to take anywhere. In the following article we answer a number of frequently asked questions that you may have about it.
The Numark Mixtrack Pro 3 comes shipped with Serato DJ Intro. As an option, users can also use Serato DJ 1.7.5 and up with their Mixtrack Pro 3. However, Serato DJ is not free and must be purchased or previously activated.
The Numark Mixtrack Pro 3 platters are identical to the Numark NV platters in terms of size. They are 5-inch hyper-responsive metal platters with search and scratch modes. This capacitive, touch-sensitive jog wheel controls the audio when the wheel is touched and moved. When the Wheel button is not active, use the jog wheel to bend the pitch of the track. When the Wheel button is active, use the jog wheel to grab and move the audio, "scratching" the track as you would with a vinyl record. You can also grab the non-touch-sensitive outer wheel to bend the pitch of the track.
The Touch Strip is a multi-function Touch Strip which is used for dynamic FX control, multi FX and Track Search. You can use the Touch Strip to adjust the assigned FX. Hold Shift + Strip Search to search through a track’s time.
The filter knobs affect the LPF (Low Pass Filter) when turned to the left and the HPF (High Pass Filter) when turned to the right. The high pass filter is useful for getting rid of unwanted low frequencies in your mix and the low pass filter is used for eliminating unwanted high frequencies.
The pitch sliders are 100mm (most competition at this price point are 60mm only).
Yes, the Mixtrack Pro 3 features ultra bright LED volume meters.
No, they are the full versions.
Absolutely. In fact some people like the smaller jog wheels. They say since the they are smaller, they have less mass, they can move much more quickly and feel more responsive. Here’s a short NV video of scratching on 5 inch platters (which is the same as the MTP3) click here.
The Mixtrack Pro 3 is made out of high impact polymer composite which provides strength durability as well as making it light weight.
No. The pads are not velocity sensitive.
The upper row of pads has different functions depending on their mode: Manual Loop Mode, Auto Loop Mode, and Sample Mode. To select a mode, hold down the Pad Mode button and press one of the upper pads. An LED under the pad section indicates the currently selected mode.
Manual Loop Mode: Hold Pad Mode and press the pad marked Manual Loop (silkscreened above the pad) to assign the lower 4 pads to the functions listed below:
Auto Loop Mode: Hold Pad Mode and press the pad marked Autoloop to assign the lower 4 pads to the functions listed below:
Sample Mode: Hold Pad Mode and press the pad marked Sampler to assign the lower 4 pads to the functions listed below:
The mic outputs to your master output only.
No. The Mixtrack Pro 3 is a class compliant device so there are no additional drivers to install. The DJ controller is both Mac and PC supported.
The Mixtrack Pro 3 arrives to stores June 1st both in USA and EU. Although some stores may get earlier. $249.
Since Mixtrack Pro 3’s hardware controls appear to your computer as a generic MIDI device, it can indeed be custom-mapped to any other DJ application that supports user or developer-created custom mapping.
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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.