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Behringer CMD MM-1

Sound Peaks edition

This is a real life photo. All following examples will be made with a help of 3D model.



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LEDs of the controller has three states: orange, blue or blinking blue. You can not turn them off. But you can dim their brightnes by pressing 4 CUE buttons simultaneously1

When the controller gets initialized, the button in the middle has blue color to indicate that Mixxx sees the controller.

Shift button


If you press and hold button that button in the middle, called ``Shift``, and the press other buttons, you will get some extra functionality.

Now pressing 1, 2 or 1 and 2 simultaneously will change Deck orientation accordingly. 1 - to the left, 2 - to the right. 1 and 2 together - orientation will be at the center of the crossfader.


When you click Left button, the focus moves to the left window of the Library, and the rotary between ``Left`` and ``Right` will go through playlists and other. If you press the rotary, the list will unfold.

If you click Right, the track list will be focused and turning the rotray will select the tracks, pressing it will load the selected track into the first stopped deck.

If you press Right again, selected track will be loaded into the PreviewDeck. Press and hold RIGHT for 500ms and the track in the PreviewDeck will get fast forward so you could get quicker to the main part of the song .

Special mode

This mode was designed to use MM-1 without any other pieces of hardware, it allows you to perform 4 decks mixing. To enter Special Mode - click together the blue button in the middle and the rotary between Left and Right buttons. The middle button will blink now. From this moment button 1 is CUE and button 2 is Play / Pause. If you press ``Shift`` and ``1`` or ``Shift`` and ``2`` together in this mode: the track goes fast forward or rewind. If you hold these buttons for 1.5 sec, the speed of search get increased.


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behringer_cmd_mm-1-sp.txt · Last modified: 2019/12/10 19:55 by mevsme