Soundswitch and Engine help

So im new the EngineDj and soundswitch.

I have a Numark mixstream Pro Go and have all my music organised on a usb stick that i use with my controller.

I want to use soundswitch to associate auto lught shows to begin with on a selection of my songs (in different sub folders on my usb stick).

  1. How do i load these different location files into soundswitch from my usb (im using a desktop pc with soundswitch onto do this - which isnt connected to my controller or any lights and doesnt have desktop Engine on)

  2. To learn the ropes and get started i want to create an auto light show on a few of my songs, and then add a few simple tweaks, light use mainly blue and purple lights and add a few extra strobe positions. Do i use autoloops or autoscripts? I only have 1 light source at the moment (Equinox Spectra Batten)

  3. Once i have created the light shows, do i just export to the same location where the song is and then put the usb back into the Numark Mixstream… can i have a dedicated folder on the usb stick for all the soundswitch related files in a different folder to my music?

Thanks for any help

Hi Jaybo, those are all basic questions that are answered in many FAQs and Youtube videos. Soundswitch needs some time investment to fully get it but they have good manuals.

https://www.google.com/search?q=soundswitch+start+youtube&rlz=1C1GCEB_enDE982DE983&oq=soundswitch+start+youtube&gs_lcrp=EgZjaHJvbWUyBggAEEUYOdIBCDU0MTBqMGo3qAIAsAIA&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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Basically yes, all you should need to do is open sound switch and located the engine collection you export your USB from, it should mimic your engine collection as far as playlists and folders. locate the tracks you would like to script and save your project. When you go back into engine dj you need to go into the settings and turn on the setting for sound switch to export on sync. also, if you right click on the top bar where it says preview, title, artist, bpm, key you can choose to see which tracks have a sound switch script it will be represented with a small dot. export like normal and you should be good to go. hope this helps in any way, and of course youtube has alot of great info on sound switch programing and exporting.

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