Reloop Terminal Mix 2/4¶
The Reloop Terminal Mix 2 and Terminal Mix 4 use the same mapping in Mixxx.
New in version 1.11.
SW) or mixing it directly with the master output (
MSTallows to play music from external sources without any software, for example while setting up Mixxx software. Switch to
SWif you want to use the line signal for vinyl control or AUX input, or if you want to record the microphone input with Mixxx, broadcast it, or put on effects.
TONEknob. At the back, there are unbalanced outputs for booth and master (RCA), as well as a balanced master output (1/4”).
Controller hardware / Maintenance¶
We have provided the following customization variables at the top of the script you can set to your liking:
pitchRanges: Set the pitch slider range each time you toggle it.
Just open the
controllers/Reloop Terminal Mix 2-4.js file in your favorite
text editor and you’ll see these variables right near the top. Edit & save and
Mixxx will automatically reload the preset.
The controls are the same on both sides of the controller. The left side controls Deck 1 or 3 and the right side controls Deck 2 or 4.
Range button - Toggles the pitch slider range. (See Mapping Options)
Keylock button - Toggles key lock. [ToDo: map long-press to reset track key]
control the Meta knob of each effect
focused effect: control the first three knob parameters of the focused effect
Press: toggle the effects
Press & hold: temporarily toggle an effect
focused effect: control the first three button parameters of the focused effect
Turn: adjust the Wet/Dry knob of the effect unit
Press repeatedly: adjust the BPM (not the pitch/speed!) of the loaded track
Shift & Press: move the nearest beat marker to the current play position
LED flashes on each beat
Press & hold, then press any ON button to focus the respective effect
Shift & Press: switch between FX units 1/3 (left FX section) and 2/4 (right FX section)
Turn: double or halve the current loop size (beats) visible in loop size spinbox in each skin.
Press: set and activate a loop of loop size
Shift & Press: re-activate the previous loop
* play position behind loop-out: jump to loop-in point and play loop from there * play position before loop: activate loop, keep playing and enter loop when play position crosses loop-in marker * **IN** / **1/2x** button * Press: set the loop in point, flashes when a loop is active * Press & hold: drags the loop in point of an active loop * **OUT** / **2x** button * Press: set the loop out point, flashes when a loop is active * Press & hold: drags the loop out point of an active loop * **MOVE** knob * Press & turn: adjust the //beatjump size// visible in beatjump spinbox in each skin * Turn with no active loop: jump back or forth in the track by //beatjump size// * Turn with active loop & Quantize OFF: move the loop position by 1/8 beat per detent (helpful to correct the loop in point in case it's set slightly too early or too late) * Turn with active loop & Quantize ON: move the loop position by one beat per detent (helpful to correct the loop in point in case it snapped to the wrong beat marker) * Shift & turn with active loop: shift the loop back or forth by //beatjump size//
[ToDo: press & hold MOVE to temporarily show loop/jump controls if they’re currently hidden in GUI]
The below controls adjust the specified parameter of the respective virtual deck.
GAIN knob - Adjusts the pre-fader gain
HIGH/MID/LOW EQ knobs - Adjust the volume of the respective frequency range
FILTER knob - Adjust the QuickEffect Meta knob (default: filter)
Headphone button - Toggles hearing the deck in the headphone output
🡄 / 🡆 / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
Press: load the currently highlighted song into that deck. [ToDo: long-press to eject track]
Shift & press: toggle fader-start (on the channel fader and cross-fader when applicable.) The button flashes when fader-start is enabled on that deck.
Channel slider - Adjust the output volume
The below controls are not deck-specific.
Master knob - Adjust the master output volume of the internal sound card. (Hard-wired knob, does not send MIDI messages)
Booth knob - Adjust the booth output volume of the internal sound card. (Hard-wired knob, does not send MIDI messages)
Phones knob - Adjust the headphone output volume of the internal sound card. (Hard-wired knob, does not send MIDI messages)
Cue mix knob - Adjust how much of the headphone bus vs the master output you hear in the headphones.
Sampler volume knob - Adjusts the volume of all of the samplers at once.
Cratesbutton - Does nothing at the moment. (Mixxx’s library doesn’t yet support direct panel selection.) Use the MIDI Learning Wizard to assign an action.
Viewbutton - Does nothing at the moment. Use the MIDI Learning Wizard to assign an action.
Prepbutton - Does nothing at the moment. Use the MIDI Learning Wizard to assign an action.
Press: move the highlight in the active library panel to the right
Shift & Press: move the highlight to the left
Turn: move the highlight up/down by one line
Shift & turn: move the highlight one page up/down
Press while Tree panel has focus: expand an item if possible. If item can’t be expanded further, it is selected and and highight is shifted rightwarde to the respective tracks table.
Press while tracks table has focus: perform the Track Load Action specified in Preferences > Library (default: load track to next empty deck)
Volume Level Meter
LEDs display the hardware (!) volume of the Master output (2 blue LEDs at the top indicate clipping)
Attention: the Master volume might already clip in Mixxx before the hardware LEDs light up. You can adjust the hardware Master volume knob and target loudness in Preferences > Normalization > ReplayGain to keep enough headroom for the Master volume in Mixxx and make the lower blue LEDs light up when the Master volume clips in Mixxx
POWER LED (red)
MIDI LED (blue)
flashes when a MIDI messages was sent
when it flashes although no control is touched, it’s probably due to dust in the jogwheels (See Controler Hardware / Maintenance)
Shift Lock switch at the back side
ON: press Shift buttons once to switch to secondary button/knob actions
OFF: press & hold Shift buttons to switch to secondary button/knob actions
Move the cross-fader to smoothly fade between the decks assigned to either side.
Deck assign switches¶
Use the knob to adjust the curve from a smooth fade to a fast cut.
The remaining controls on the front of the unit adjust hardware parameters and are not MIDI-mappable.