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    User Guide
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    Table of Contents

    Introduction.......................................................................................................... 4

    Box Contents .................................................................................................. 4

    Support ........................................................................................................... 4

    Setup ................................................................................................................... 5

    Single-DJ Performance ................................................................................... 5

    Transitioning Between DJs .............................................................................. 6

    Features................................................................................................................ 7

    Top Panel ......................................................................................................... 7

    Front Panel ..................................................................................................... 12

    Rear Panel ...................................................................................................... 13

    Operation ............................................................................................................ 14

    Mixing with Serato DJ ..................................................................................... 14

    Selecting Decks in Serato DJ ......................................................................... 14

    Navigating & Loading Tracks ......................................................................... 14

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    Playing Tracks ................................................................................................ 15

    Pitch Functions ............................................................................................................. 15

    Beatgrid Functions ....................................................................................................... 16

    Loop Functions ............................................................................................................. 17

    Pad Modes .................................................................................................................... 18
    Cue Mode ................................................................................................................ 18
    Cue Loop Mode ...................................................................................................... 19
    Flip Mode ................................................................................................................. 20
    Roll Mode ................................................................................................................. 21
    Saved Loop Mode ................................................................................................. 22
    Slicer Mode ............................................................................................................. 23
    Slicer Loop Mode ................................................................................................... 24
    Sampler Mode ........................................................................................................ 25
    Velocity Sampler Mode ......................................................................................... 26
    Pitch Play Mode ..................................................................................................... 27

    Playback/Performance Functions ............................................................................ 28

    Effects ........................................................................................................................... 29

    Technical Specifications ..................................................................................... 30

    Trademarks & Licenses ...................................................................................... 31

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    Introduction
    Box Contents
    MC7000
    USB Cable
    Power Adapter (5 VDC, 4 A, center-positive)
    Software Download Card
    Quickstart Guide
    Safety & Warranty Manual

    Support
    For the latest information about this product (documentation, technical specifications, system
    requirements, compatibility information, etc.) and product registration, visit denondj.com.
    For additional product support, visit denondj.com/support.

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    Setup
    Important: Occasionally, we may update MC7000’s firmware to improve its performance. Visit
    denondj.com to check for available firmware updates, especially after you update your
    software (firmware updates may address new software features).
    Note: Items not listed under the Introduction > Box Contents are sold separately.

    Single-DJ Performance
    1. Visit denondj.com and log into your account. (Create an account if this is your first Denon
    DJ product.)
    2. In your account, download and install the latest version of Serato DJ.
    3. Windows users only: In your account, download and install the latest Windows driver.
    4. Connect input sources (microphones, CD players, etc.) to MC7000.
    5. Connect output devices (headphones, power amplifiers, loudspeakers, etc.) to MC7000.
    6. Plug all devices into power sources, and turn on devices in proper order:
    • When starting a session, turn on (1) input sources, (2) MC7000, (3) output devices.
    • When ending a session, turn off (1) output devices, (2) MC7000, (3) input sources.
    7. Using a standard USB cable (included), connect the USB port on MC7000 to your
    computer. Open Serato DJ and go! For more information on how to use Serato DJ with
    MC7000, visit serato.com/dj/support and select Denon DJ MC7000.

    Computer

    Microphone

    Power

    Smartphone,
    tablet, etc.

    House Loudspeakers

    Headphones

    Booth Monitors

    (to front panel)

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    Transitioning Between DJs
    MC7000 has two USB ports, allowing you to control audio from two computers at the same
    time, which allows for seamless transitions while switching from one DJ to another.

    To transition between DJs:
    1. While DJ 1 uses MC7000 normally, use a standard USB cable to connect DJ 2’s computer
    to the other USB port (1 or 2) on MC7000’s rear panel.
    2. While the master mix is playing audio from the left deck, set the right deck’s USB selector
    to DJ 2’s USB port (1 or 2). (You can do this step with the master mix playing on the right
    deck instead—just remember to swap “left” and “right” for the rest of this process.)
    Now, while DJ 1 uses the left deck (and the mixer controls for Channels 1 & 3) to control
    their computer, DJ 2 can also use the right deck (and the mixer controls for Channels 2 &
    4) to control their computer.
    Important: During this time, the Sampler Volume knob controls the volume level of the
    sampler on both computers.
    3. While the master mix is playing audio from the right deck (and after DJ 1 has played their
    last track), set the left deck’s USB selector to DJ 2’s USB port (1 or 2).
    Now, DJ 2 is using both left and right decks to control their computer.

    Step 1

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    Features
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    1. Input Selector: Set this switch to the desired audio source from this channel: USB (a track
    playing on that layer in the software), Line (a device connected to the line input on the rear
    panel), or Line/Phono (a device connected to the line/phono input on the rear panel).
    Please note that the Line/Phono selector switches on the rear panel must also be set
    properly. Also, a channel’s controls will only send MIDI information when its input selector
    is set to USB.
    2. USB Selector: Press this button to select whether the deck is controlling the computer
    connected to USB Port 1 or USB Port 2. Remember to set the channel’s input selector
    to USB if you want it to play the audio from that layer in the software.
    3. Channel Level: Turn this knob to adjust the level of the pre-fader, pre-EQ audio signal for
    the channel.
    4. Channel Level Meters: These LEDs display the audio signal level of the channel.
    5. Channel EQ: Turn these knobs to boost or cut the high, mid-range, and low frequencies
    for the channel.
    6. Channel Filter: Turn this knob to adjust the filter applied to the channel. Turn the knob
    counterclockwise to apply a low-pass filter. Turn the knob clockwise to apply a high-pass
    filter.
    7. Channel Cue: Press this button to send the channel’s pre-fader signal to the headphones’
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    8. Channel Fader: Use this fader to adjust the channel’s volume level.
    9. Crossfader Assign: Routes the audio playing on the corresponding channel to either side
    of the crossfader (L or R), or bypasses the crossfader and sends the audio directly to the
    program mix (center, Thru).
    10. Crossfader: Use this crossfader to mix between the left and right decks.
    11. Channel FX: Use these buttons to apply Effect A and/or B to the corresponding channel.
    12. Sampler Volume: Turn this knob to adjust the volume level of the software’s sampler.
    13. Master Level Meters: These LEDs display the audio signal level of the master mix (sent
    out of the master outputs).
    14. Master Level: Turn this knob to adjust the volume level of the master outputs.
    15. Booth Level: Turn this knob to adjust the volume level of the booth outputs.
    16. Mic On/Off: Press this button to activate/deactivate the microphones.
    17. Mic Level: Turn these knobs to adjust the volume levels of the corresponding microphone
    inputs. The Peak light next to each knob indicates the current signal level by its color:
    green (low), amber (normal/optimal), or red (maximum/peak).
    Important: The audio signals from the microphones are routed directly to the master outputs.
    18. Left Deck:
    • Mic EQ: Turn these knobs to boost or cut the high
    and low frequencies for Mic 1.
    Right Deck:
    • Tone: Turn this knob to adjust the tone of the Mic 2
    audio signal.
    • Mic Echo Level: Turn this knob to adjust the amount
    of the reverb effect on the microphones’ audio signal.
    19. Left Deck:
    • Talkover/Post: Press this button to use the “talkover”
    feature, which automatically reduces the volume level
    of the master mix when you speak into the
    microphones. Press and hold Shift and then press
    this button to activate/deactivate the “post” feature.
    When on, the microphones’ signal will be sent to the
    Booth Outputs. When off, the microphones’ signal
    will not be routed to the Booth Outputs.
    Right Deck:
    • Echo On/Off: Press this button to activate or deactivate the reverb effect on the
    microphones’ audio signal.
    20. Phones Level: Adjusts the volume of the headphones.
    21. Phones Mix: Adjusts the software’s audio output to the headphones, mixing between the
    cue output and the master mix output.

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    22. Split Cue: When this switch is in the On position, the headphone audio will be “split” such
    that all channels sent to cue channel are summed to mono and sent to the left headphone
    channel and the master mix is summed to mono and sent to the right channel. When the
    switch is in the Off position, the cue channel and master mix will be “blended” together.
    23. Deck: Selects which deck in the software is controlled by that hardware deck. The left
    deck can control Deck 1 or 3; the right deck can control Deck 2 or 4.
    24. Shift: Press and hold this button to access secondary functions of other controls.
    25. Sync / Sync Off: When using Serato DJ, press this button to automatically match the
    corresponding deck’s tempo with the tempo and phase of the opposite deck.
    Press and hold Shift and press this button to deactivate Sync.
    26. Cue / Track Start: During playback, press this button to return the track to a temporary
    cue point. If you have not set a temporary cue point, then press this button to return to the
    start of the track. (To set a temporary cue point, make sure the track is paused, move the
    platter to place the audio playhead at the desired location, and then press this button.)
    If the deck is paused, press and hold this button to play the track from the temporary cue
    point. Release the button to return the track to the temporary cue point and pause it. To
    continue playback without returning to the temporary cue point, press and hold this button
    and then press and hold the Play button, and then release both buttons.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to return to the start of the track.
    27. Play/Pause / Stutter: This button pauses or resumes playback.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to “stutter-play” the track from the last set
    cue point.
    28. Platter: This capacitive, touch-sensitive platter controls the audio playhead when the wheel
    is touched and moved. When the Vinyl button is on, move the platter to “scratch” the track
    as you would with a vinyl record. When the Vinyl button is off (or if you are touching only the
    side of the platter), move the platter to temporarily adjust the track’s speed.
    While editing a loop, move the platter to adjust the Loop In or Loop Out point.
    Press and hold Shift and then move the platter to move quickly through the track.
    29. Stop Time: Controls the rate at which the track slows to a complete stop (“brake time”).
    30. Vinyl: Press this button to activate/deactivate a “vinyl mode” for the platter. When
    activated, you can use the platter to “scratch” the track as you would with a vinyl record.
    31. Pitch Fader: Move this fader to adjust the speed (pitch) of the track. You can adjust its
    total range with the Pitch Bend buttons.
    32. Pitch Bend –/+: Press and hold one of these buttons to momentarily reduce or increase
    (respectively) the speed of the track.
    Press and hold Shift and then press one of these buttons to set the range of the pitch fader.
    33. Key Lock / Key Sync: Press this button to activate/deactivate Key Lock. When Key Lock
    is activated, the track’s key will remain the same even if you adjust its speed.
    While using Serato DJ, press and hold Shift, and then press this button to automatically
    match the corresponding deck’s key with the key of the opposite deck. You can use this if
    you have installed the Pitch ‘n Time DJ plugin from Serato.

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    34. Key Select/Reset: Turn this knob to raise or lower the key of the track in semitone
    increments. Press this knob to reset the track’s key to its original key. You can use this if
    you have installed the Pitch ‘n Time DJ plugin from Serato.
    35. Pads: These pads have different functions on each deck depending on the current Pad Mode.
    36. Cue / Cue Loop / Flip: This Pad Mode button puts the pads in two modes: Cue Mode,
    Cue Loop Mode. Press and hold Shift and press this button to put the pads in Flip Mode.
    When the button is unlit, the first press will always select Cue Mode.
    37. Roll / Saved Loop: This Pad Mode button puts the pads in two modes: Roll Mode and
    Saved Loop Mode. When the button is unlit, the first press will always select Roll Mode.
    38. Slicer / Slicer Loop: This Pad Mode button switches the pads between two modes: Slicer
    Mode and Slicer Loop Mode. When the button is unlit, the first press will always select
    Slicer Mode.
    Important: While using Serato DJ, your track must have a set Beat Grid for Slicer Mode or
    Slicer Loop Mode to work.
    39. Sampler / Velocity Samp.: This Pad Mode button switches the pads between two modes:
    Sampler Mode and Velocity Sampler Mode. Sampler Mode is available in Serato DJ only.
    When the button is unlit, the first press will always select Sampler Mode.
    40. Auto-Loop/Reloop: Press this button to create an auto-loop with the length that is set in
    the software. Press and hold Shift and then press this button to skip to the last-played
    loop and activate it immediately.
    41. X 1/2 Loop / Loop In: Press this button to halve the length of the current loop.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to create a Loop In point at the current
    location.
    42. X 2 Loop / Loop Out: Press this button to double the length of the current loop.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to create a Loop Out point at the current
    location.
    43. / / Param 1/2: Use these buttons for various functions in each Pad Mode.
    Press and hold Shift and use these buttons to access secondary parameters.
    44. Slip: Press this button to enable or disable Slip Mode. In Slip Mode, you can jump to cue
    points, trigger loop rolls, or use the platters, while the track’s timeline continues. In other
    words, when you stop the action, the track will resume normal playback from where it
    would have been if you had never done anything (i.e., as if the track had been playing
    forward the whole time).
    45. Censor / Rev: Press this button to activate/deactivate the Censor feature: the playback of
    the track will be reversed, but when you release the button, normal playback will resume
    from where it would have been if you had never engaged the Censor feature (i.e., as if the
    track had been playing forward the whole time).
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to reverse the playback of the track normally.
    46. Adjust/Set: Press and hold this button and move the platter to “warp” the entire Beat Grid.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to set a Beat Marker at the Audio
    Playhead’s current location.
    Important: Your track must have a set Beat Grid for the Adjust feature to work. Also, using
    the Adjust feature will change the track’s BPM.

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    47. Slide/Clr: When using the software’s Beat Grid, press and hold this button and move the
    platter to “slide” the entire Beat Grid to the left or right.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to clear the entire Beat Grid.
    Important: Your track must have a set Beat Grid for the Slide/Clr button to work.
    48. Select/Load Knob: Turn this knob to navigate through lists. Press this button to switch
    between the library view and crates view (and any other open panels).
    Press and hold Shift and then turn this knob to browse quickly through the tracks in your
    library.
    Tip: Press it quickly twice to load the same track to both decks (“instant doubles”).
    49. Sort: Press and hold this button to access tertiary sort () functions of the navigation controls.
    50. Back/Fwd/Sort BPM: Press this button to move to the previous window.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to move to the next window.
    Press and hold Sort and then press this button to sort the tracks by BPM.
    51. Load Prep/Open Prep/Sort Key: Press this button to load the currently selected track to
    the Prepare Crate.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to jump to the Prepare Crate in the software.
    Press and hold Sort and then press this button to sort the tracks by key.
    52. Files/History/Sort Artist: Press this to jump to the Files panel.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to jump to the History panel.
    Press and hold Sort and then press this button to sort the tracks by artist.
    53. Panel/View/Sort Title: Press this to cycle through the different panels.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to change the view layout.
    Press and hold Sort and then press this button to sort the tracks by title.
    54. Needle Drop Strip: The length of this strip represents the length of the entire track. Place
    your finger on a point along this sensor to jump to that point in the track.
    55. FX On / Select: Press this button to turn the corresponding effect on or off. Press and
    hold Shift and then press this button to select an effect in Serato DJ.
    56. FX Level: Turn this knob to adjust the level of the corresponding effect. The FX On button
    under the knob must be lit for this knob to function.
    While using Serato DJ, press and hold Shift and then turn this knob to scroll through the
    list of effects.
    57. FX Beats: Turn this knob to adjust the rate of time-based effects on that deck. Press this
    knob to reset the rate to 1 beat.
    58. FX Tap: Tap this button repeatedly at the desired tempo to set the rate of the effects’ lowfrequency oscillators (LFOs). Press and hold this button to reset Beat Multiplier to the
    Deck’s BPM.
    Press and hold Shift and then press this button to switch between Single-FX Mode and
    Multi-FX Mode.

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    Front Panel

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    1. Phones Outputs (1/4” or 1/8” / 6.35 mm or 3.5 mm): Connect headphones to these 1/4”
    (6.35 mm) and 1/8” (3.5 mm) jacks for monitoring the signal. The headphone volume is
    controlled using the Monitor Level knob.
    2. Crossfader Contour: Adjusts the slope of the crossfader curve. Turn the knob to the left
    for a smooth fade (mixing) or to the right for a sharp cut (scratching). The center position is
    a typical setting for club performances.

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    Rear Panel

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    1. Power Input: Use the included power adapter (5 VDC, 4 A, center-positive) to connect this
    input to your power source.
    2. Power Button: Press this button to power MC7000 on or off. Power on MC7000 only after
    you have connected all of your input devices and before you power on your amplifiers and
    loudspeakers. Power off your amplifiers and loudspeakers before powering off MC7000.
    3. Cable Restraint: You can secure the power cable to this restraint to help prevent
    disconnecting it accidentally.
    4. USB Port 1/2: Use a standard USB cable (included) to connect each USB port to an
    available USB port on a computer. These 2 ports allow you to control audio from 2
    computers at the same time, which allows for seamless transitions while switching from
    one DJ to another.
    To set a channel to control your computer, set its input selector to USB, and set its USB
    selector to the desired port (USB1 or USB2).
    5. Master Outputs (XLR, balanced): Use standard XLR cables to connect these outputs to
    loudspeakers or an amplifier system. Use the Master knob on the top panel to control the
    volume level.
    6. Master Outputs (RCA, unbalanced): Use standard RCA cables to connect these outputs
    to loudspeakers or an amplifier system. Use the Master knob on the top panel to control
    the volume level.
    7. Stereo/Mono: Use this switch to set the channel configuration of the master outputs:
    Stereo (binaural audio using separate left and right channels) or Mono (summed monaural
    audio through both left and right channels).
    8. Booth Outputs (XLR, balanced): Use standard XLR cables to connect these outputs to
    booth monitors or a booth amplifier system. Use the Booth knob on the top panel to
    control the volume level.
    9. Line Inputs (RCA, unbalanced): Use standard RCA cables to connect these line-level
    inputs to an external audio source.
    10. Line/Phono Inputs (RCA, unbalanced): Use standard RCA cables to connect these linelevel or phono-level inputs to an external audio source.
    11. Phono/Line Switch: Flip this switch to the appropriate position, depending on the device
    connected to the Line/Phono Inputs. If you are using phono-level turntables, set this
    switch to Phono to provide the additional amplification needed for phono-level signals. If
    using a line-level device, such as a CD player or sampler, set this switch to Line.
    12. Mic 1 Input (XLR or 1/4”/6.35 mm): Use a standard XLR or 1/4” (6.35 mm) cable (not
    included) to connect a standard dynamic microphone to this input. Use the Mic 1 Level
    knob on the top panel to control the volume level.
    13. Mic 2 Input (1/4”/6.35 mm): Use a standard 1/4” (6.35 mm) cable (not included) to connect
    a standard dynamic microphone to this input. Use the Mic 2 Level knob on the top panel
    to control the volume level.
    ®

    14. Kensington Lock: Use this slot to secure MC7000 to a table or other surface.
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    Operation
    Important: Before using MC7000, make sure you have installed the latest version of Serato
    DJ. Visit serato.com/dj/downloads to download it.
    For additional information on how to use Serato DJ with MC7000, visit serato.com/dj/support
    and select Denon DJ MC7000.

    Mixing with Serato DJ
    To set a channel on MC7000 to control a deck in Serato DJ, set a channel’s Input Selector
    to USB. That channel will now control the mixing levels for that deck in the software (its
    controls will send MIDI information to your computer only).
    Also make sure the USB selector above that channel is set to the correct USB port on the
    rear panel: USB 1 or USB 2.

    Selecting Decks in Serato DJ
    To set a deck on MC7000 to control a deck in Serato DJ, press the corresponding Deck
    button on MC7000 (1/3 or 2/4).
    The left deck on MC7000 can control Deck 1 or 3 in the software; the right deck can control
    Deck 2 or 4.

    Navigating & Loading Tracks
    To scroll through lists of tracks, turn the Select/Load Knob. Press and hold Shift and then
    turn the Select/Load Knob to browse quickly.

    To load a track to a deck, press the Select/Load Knob when a track is selected.
    Tip: To load a track to both decks (“instant doubles”), press the Select/Load Knob twice quickly.

    To switch between the Library View and Crates View, turn the Select/Load Knob, or press
    and hold Shift and press Panel/View.

    To move to the previous window, press Back. You will cycle through the track list, your list
    of crates/playlists/libraries, and the Prepare Crate (if it is shown in the software).
    To move to the next window, press and hold Shift and then press Back/Fwd. You will cycle
    through the track list, your list of crates/playlists/libraries, and the Prepare Crate (if it is shown
    in the software).

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    To enter a crate, playlist, or library, press the Select/Load Knob when a crate, playlist, or
    library is selected.

    To add a track to the Prepare Crate, press Load Prep when a track is selected.

    To show or hide the Prepare Crate, press and hold Shift and press Load Prep/Open Prep.

    Playing Tracks
    To play or pause a track loaded to a deck, press Play/Pause.
    To move quickly through the track, press and hold Shift and then move the platter.
    To jump to a specific location in the track, touch the desired part of the Needle Drop strip.

    Pitch Functions
    To adjust the speed (pitch) of a track, move the pitch fader on the corresponding deck.

    To temporarily adjust the speed (pitch) of a track, do one of the following:


    Press one of the Pitch Bend –/+ buttons on the corresponding deck.



    When the Vinyl button is off, move the platter.



    While touching only the side of the platter, move the platter.

    To adjust the range of the pitch fader, press and hold Shift and then press one of the Pitch
    Bend –/+ buttons.

    To activate or deactivate Keylock on a track, press Key Lock on the corresponding deck.
    When Keylock is activated, the track’s key will remain the same (0%) even if you adjust its
    speed with the pitch fader or Pitch Bend –/+ buttons.
    See the Serato DJ manual to learn more about Keylock.

    To activate or deactivate Key Sync on a track, press and hold Shift, and then press Key
    Lock/Key Sync on the corresponding deck.
    Key Sync automatically matches the deck’s key with the key of the opposite deck. You can
    use this if you have installed the Serato Pitch ‘n Time DJ Expansion Pack.
    See the Serato DJ manual to learn more about Key Sync.
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    Beatgrid Functions
    See the Serato DJ manual to learn more about using the beatgrid.

    To adjust/“warp” the entire beatgrid of a track, press and hold Adjust and move the platter
    on the corresponding deck.
    Your track must have a set beatgrid for this feature to work.
    Important: Using this feature will change the track’s BPM.

    To set a beat marker at the audio playhead’s current location, press and hold Shift and
    then press Adjust/Set on the corresponding deck.

    To “slide” the entire beatgrid to the left or right, press and hold Slide and move the platter
    on the corresponding deck.
    Your track must have a set beatgrid for this feature to work.

    To delete the entire beatgrid of a track, press and hold Shift and then press Slide/Clr on
    the corresponding deck.
    Your track must have a set beatgrid for this feature to work.

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    Loop Functions
    To create an auto-loop, press Auto Loop when it is unlit. A loop will be automatically created
    and activated at the current location. The Auto-Loop Length field in the software shows how
    long the loop will be.

    To create a manual loop, press and hold Shift and press X1/2 / Loop In at the desired starting
    location. Playback will continue. At the desired ending location, press and hold Shift and press
    X2 / Loop Out. Playback will return to the Loop In point and the loop will be activated.

    To adjust the Loop In or Loop Out point:
    1. While the loop is active, press and hold Shift and press X1/2 / Loop In or X2 / Loop Out
    (depending on which point you want to adjust).
    2. Move the platter to shift the Loop In or Loop Out point. Playback will continue within the
    active loop, using the Loop In or Loop Out point as you adjust it.
    3. Press and hold Shift and press X1/2 / Loop In or X2 / Loop Out again. Playback will
    resume within the active loop.

    To halve or double the length of an active loop, press X1/2 or X2, respectively. This will also
    determine the auto-loop length.

    To halve or double the length of an auto-loop, press X1/2 or X2, respectively.

    To deactivate a loop or auto-loop, press Auto Loop when it is lit. The loop will deactivate
    and playback will continue through the track normally.

    To return to the deactivated loop and reactivate, press and hold Shift and press Auto
    Loop / Reloop. The audio playhead will immediately return to the loop and activate it.

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    Pad Modes
    The pads on each deck of MC7000 controlling Serato DJ have different functions depending
    on the current Pad Mode. These modes are described on the following pages.
    Click a name to jump to its section:
    Cue Mode

    Roll Mode

    Slicer Mode

    Sampler Mode

    Cue Loop Mode

    Saved Loop Mode

    Slicer Loop Mode

    Velocity Sampler Mode

    Flip Mode

    Pitch Play Mode

    Cue Mode
    In Cue Mode, each pad assigns a hot cue point or returns the track to that hot cue point.
    To enter Cue Mode, press Cue / Cue Loop / Flip so that it lights blue.
    To assign a hot cue point, press an unlit pad at the desired point in your track. The pad will
    light up when it is assigned.
    To jump to a hot cue point, press a lit pad.
    To delete an assigned hot cue point, press and hold Shift and press the corresponding pad.

    Cue 1

    Cue 2

    Cue 3

    Cue 4

    Cue 5

    Cue 6

    Cue 7

    Cue 8

    Although you can play Flips in Flip Mode, you first need to record a Flip here in Cue Mode.
    You can do this if you have installed the Serato Flip Expansion Pack.
    To start or stop recording of a Flip, press the  button.
    To learn how to play back Flips, see Flip Mode as well as the Serato DJ manual.

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    Cue Loop Mode
    In Cue Loop Mode, each pad assigns a hot cue point or returns the track to that hot cue point
    (like Cue Mode), but in both cases, it also creates an Auto-Loop at that point.
    To enter Cue Loop Mode, press Cue / Cue Loop / Flip so that it lights green.
    To assign a hot cue point, press an unlit pad at the desired point in your track. The pad will
    light up when it is assigned.
    To jump to a hot cue point and auto-loop, press a lit pad.
    To delete an assigned hot cue point, press and hold Shift and press the corresponding pad.
    To set the length of the auto-loop, use the / buttons.
    To halve or double the length of a current auto-loop, press X1/2 or X2, respectively.

    Cue+
    Auto-Loop
    1

    Cue+
    Auto-Loop
    2

    Cue+
    Auto-Loop
    3

    Cue+
    Auto-Loop
    4

    Cue+
    Auto-Loop
    5

    Cue+
    Auto-Loop
    6

    Cue+
    Auto-Loop
    7

    Cue+
    Auto-Loop
    8

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    Flip Mode
    In Flip Mode, Pads 1–6 each trigger a Flip, which you can assign in the software. See the
    Serato DJ manual to learn more about Flips. You can use this if you have installed the Serato
    Flip Expansion Pack.
    To enter Flip Mode, press and hold Shift and then press Cue / Cue Loop / Flip so that it
    lights red.
    To start or stop recording of a Flip, press the  button while in Cue Mode (press Cue / Cue
    Loop / Flip so that it lights blue).
    To play a Flip, press the corresponding lit pad (1–6). The pad will flash as the Flip plays.
    Alternatively, press Pad 8 to play the active Flip.
    To activate or deactivate Flip looping, press the  button.
    To restart Flip playback, press the  button.
    To immediately stop playback of a Flip, press and hold Shift and then press the
    corresponding pad (1–6).

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    Flip 1

    Flip 2

    Flip 3

    Flip 4

    Flip 5

    Flip 6

    No
    function

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    function



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    Roll Mode
    Note: The pad layouts here match the software’s default Auto-Loop time division layout. If you
    shift the range of time divisions displayed in the software, the pad layout will change to match it.
    In Roll Mode, each pad triggers a momentary Loop Roll.
    To enter Roll Mode, press Roll / Saved Loop so that it lights aqua.
    To trigger a Loop Roll, press the corresponding pad.
    To shift the Loop Roll left or right, use the / buttons.
    To immediately activate a 4-bar or 8-bar auto-loop, press and hold Shift and then press
    the  or  button, respectively.

    1/8-beat
    Loop Roll

    1/4-beat
    Loop Roll

    1/2-beat
    Loop Roll

    1-beat
    Loop Roll

    2-beat
    Loop Roll

    4-beat
    Loop Roll

    8-beat
    Loop Roll

    16-beat
    Loop Roll

    When the Beat Jump controls are shown in Serato DJ, Pads 5–8 (the bottom row) will let you Beat
    Jump or adjust the Beat Jump Range. See the Serato DJ manual to learn more about Beat Jump.
    To trigger a Loop Roll, press the corresponding pad (1–4).
    To perform a backward or forward Beat Jump, press Pad 5 or 8, respectively.
    To select the previous or next Beat Jump value, press Pad 6 or 7, respectively.
    To shift a Loop Roll left or right, use the / buttons.
    To immediately activate a 4-bar or 8-bar auto-loop, press and hold Shift and then press
    the  or  button, respectively.

    1/8-beat
    Loop Roll

    1/4-beat
    Loop Roll

    1/2-beat
    Loop Roll

    1-beat
    Loop Roll

    Beat Jump
    <<

    Beat Jump
    Range <<

    Beat Jump
    Range >>

    Beat Jump
    >>

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    Saved Loop Mode
    In Saved Loop Mode, each pad will return the track to one of your saved loops.
    To enter Saved Loop Mode, press Roll / Saved Loop so that it lights yellow.
    To create a loop, press and hold Shift and press X1/2 / Loop In to set the Loop In point. Then,
    press and hold Shift and press X2 / Loop Out to set the Loop Out point and trigger the loop.
    To save a loop, while a loop is active, press an unlit pad (unlit pads do not have loops assigned
    to them). You can do this regardless of how the loop was created (Saved Loop Mode, AutoLoop, etc.).
    To activate or deactivate a saved loop, press the corresponding lit pad.
    To immediately activate and trigger a saved loop, press and hold Shift and press the
    corresponding lit pad.
    To delete a saved loop, press and hold Shift and press the corresponding pad.
    To halve or double the length of a loop, press X1/2 or X2, respectively.
    To shift a loop backward or forward, use the / buttons.
    To immediately activate a 4-bar or 8-bar auto-loop, press and hold Shift and then press
    the  or  button, respectively.

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    Loop 1

    Loop 2

    Loop 3

    Loop 4

    Loop 5

    Loop 6

    Loop 7

    Loop 8



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    Slicer Mode
    Important: Your track must have a set beatgrid for this mode to work.
    In Slicer Mode, the eight pads represent eight sequential beats—“slices”—in the beatgrid. The
    currently playing slice is represented by the currently lit pad; the light will “move through the
    pads” as it progresses through each eight-slice phrase. You can press a pad to play that slice.
    When you release the pad, the track will resume normal playback from where it would have
    been if you had never pressed it (i.e., as if the track had been playing forward the whole time).
    To enter Slicer Mode, press Slicer / Slicer Loop so that it lights red.
    To play a slice, press the corresponding pad.
    To decrease or increase the slice quantization size, use the / buttons.
    To decrease or increase the Slice Domain size, press and hold Shift and use the / buttons.

    Slice 1

    Slice 2

    Slice 3

    Slice 4

    Slice 5

    Slice 6

    Slice 7

    Slice 8

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    Slicer Loop Mode
    Important: Your track must have a set beatgrid for this mode to work.
    In Slicer Loop Mode, the eight pads represent eight sequential beats—“slices”—in the beatgrid.
    The currently playing slice is represented by the currently lit pad; the light will “move through
    the pads” as it progresses through the eight-slice phrase, which will loop (this is the difference
    between this mode and Slicer Mode). You can press a pad to play that slice. When you release
    the pad, the track will resume normal playback from where it would have been in the loop if you
    had never pressed it (i.e., as if the track had been playing forward the whole time).
    To enter Slicer Loop Mode, press Slicer / Slicer Loop so that it lights blue.
    To play a slice, press the corresponding pad.
    To halve or double the length of the loop, press X1/2 or X2, respectively.
    To decrease or increase the slice quantization size, use the / buttons.
    To decrease or increase the Slice Domain size, press and hold Shift and use the / buttons.

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    Slice 1

    Slice 2

    Slice 3

    Slice 4

    Slice 5

    Slice 6

    Slice 7

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    Sampler Mode
    In Sampler Mode, the pads will control the SP-6 sampler within the software. Pads 1–6 each
    trigger a sample at a specified volume (you assign both the sample and its volume in the
    software).
    To enter Sampler Mode, press Sampler / Velocity Samp. so that it lights purple.
    To assign a sample and its volume, use the software. See the Serato DJ manual to learn
    more about using samples.
    To play a sample, press a lit pad (1–6). The pad will flash as the sample plays.
    To stop playback of a sample, press and hold Shift and then press the corresponding
    flashing pad (1–6).
    To cycle through the sample banks, use the / buttons.
    To cycle through the SP-6 outputs, press and hold Shift and then use the / buttons.

    Sample 1

    Sample 2

    Sample 3

    Sample 4

    Sample 5

    Sample 6

    Sample 7

    Sample 8

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    Velocity Sampler Mode
    In Velocity Sampler Mode, the pads will control the SP-6 sampler within the software. Pads 1–6
    each trigger a sample (which you assign in the software) at a volume proportional to how heavily
    you pressed them. In other words, the pads behave as they do in Sampler Mode, but they are
    velocity-sensitive. This mode can give your performance more of a “human feel.”
    To enter Velocity Sampler Mode, press Sampler / Velocity Samp. so that it lights light blue.
    To assign a sample and its volume, use the software. See the Serato DJ manual to learn
    more about using samples.
    To play a sample, press a lit pad (1–6). The pad will flash as the sample plays.
    To stop playback of a sample, press and hold Shift and then press the corresponding
    flashing pad (1–6).
    To cycle through the sample banks, use the / buttons.
    To cycle through the SP-6 outputs, press and hold Shift and then use the / buttons.

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    Sample 1

    Sample 2

    Sample 3

    Sample 4

    Sample 5

    Sample 6

    Sample 7

    Sample 8



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    Pitch Play Mode
    In Pitch Play Mode, each pad plays the track from a hot cue point at a different transposition
    (adjustable by semitones). You can use this if you have installed the Serato Pitch ‘n Time DJ
    Expansion Pack. See Cue Mode to learn how to assign hot cue points.
    To enter Pitch Play Mode, press and hold Shift and then press Sampler / Velocity Samp. so
    that it lights green.
    To select which hot cue point to use, press and hold Shift and then press a dimly lit pad.
    To select the range of transpositions the pads will use, use the / buttons (see the
    diagrams below).
    To play the track from the hot cue point, press a lit pad. Each pad corresponds to a specific
    transposition (by semitones), depending on the current range of transposition (see the diagrams
    below). The pad with no transposition (“0,” the original pitch) will be lit white.

    +4
    semitones

    +5
    semitones

    +6
    semitones

    +7
    semitones

    0
    (original
    pitch)

    +1
    semitone

    +2
    semitones

    +3
    semitones

    0
    (original
    pitch)

    +1
    semitone

    +2
    semitones

    +3
    semitones

    -4
    semitones

    -3
    semitones

    -2
    semitones

    -1
    semitone

    -3
    semitones

    -2
    semitones

    -1
    semitone

    0
    (original
    pitch)

    -7
    semitones

    -6
    semitones

    -5
    semitones

    -4
    semitones

    Up

    Middle

    Down

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    Playback/Performance Functions
    To activate or deactivate a platter’s “vinyl mode,” press Vinyl. When activated, you can
    move the platter to “scratch” the track as you would with a vinyl record.

    To activate or deactivate the Censor feature, press and hold Censor. When activated, the
    track will play in reverse, but when you release Censor, normal playback will resume from
    where it would have been if you had never engaged the Censor feature (i.e., as if the track had
    been playing forward the whole time).

    To reverse the direction of playback on a deck, press and hold Shift and then press
    Censor/Rev.

    To adjust the brake time of a deck, turn the Stop Time knob. This determines the rate at
    which the track slows to a complete stop.

    To activate or deactivate Slip Mode, press Slip. When activated, you can jump to cue points,
    trigger loop rolls, or use the platters, while the track’s timeline continues. In other words, when
    you stop the action, the track will resume normal playback from where it would have been if you
    had never done anything (i.e., as if the track had been playing forward the whole time).

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    Effects
    Important: See the Serato DJ manual to learn more about using effects.

    To switch between Single FX Mode and Multi FX Mode, press and hold Shift and press
    Tap / FX Mode on the desired deck.

    To select an effect, do one of the following:


    in Single FX Mode: Press and hold Shift and turn the FX Level knob under the effect
    slot on the desired deck. The effect slot will scroll through the available effects.



    in Multi FX Mode: Press and hold Shift and press On / FX Select under the effect slot
    on the desired deck. The effect slot will cycle through the available effects.

    To turn an effect on or off:


    in Single FX Mode: Press the 1st On button.



    in Multi FX Mode: Press the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd On button for the corresponding effect.

    To turn an effect modifier on or off, in Single FX Mode, press the 2nd or 3rd On button on
    the desired deck.

    To adjust an effect parameter, turn the FX Level knob under the effect parameter on the
    desired deck.

    To adjust the Effect Beats Multiplier, turn the FX Beats knob. This adjusts the rate of timebased effects on that deck as a division or multiple of the current BPM.

    To manually set the rate of time-based effects on a deck, press Tap repeatedly at the
    desired tempo.

    To reset the rate to the time-based effects on a deck, press and hold Tap for 2 seconds.
    This will erase the manually entered rate (Manual Tempo) and use the BPM information from
    the track (Automatic Tempo).

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    Technical Specifications
    Analog Output

    Master

    +24 dBu (balanced, maximum)
    +4 dBu (balanced, unity)
    +20 dBu (unbalanced, maximum)
    0 dBu (unbalanced, unity)

    Booth

    +24 dBu (balanced, maximum)
    +4 dBu (balanced, unity)

    Headphones
    Analog Input

    Microphone

    > 150 mW @ 40 Ω
    -40 dBu (unity)
    -60 dBu (minimum)

    Line

    +18 dBV (maximum)
    0 dBV (unity)

    Microphone

    EIN

    < -119 dBu (Rs = 150 Ω, DIN)

    CMRR

    > 80 dB
    < -105 dB

    Channel Separation
    THD+N

    Line/Phono

    < 0.01%

    Microphone

    < 0.02%

    Frequency Response

    20–20000 KHz (+1 dB)

    Dynamic Range

    > 108 dB (A-weighted)

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio

    > 108 dB (A-weighted)

    USB Audio/MIDI Interface

    30

    Sampling Rate

    44.1 kHz

    Bit Depth

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    Connections

    Audio Outputs

    (2) XLR outputs (master left/right, balanced)
    (1) RCA output pair (master left/right, unbalanced)
    (2) XLR outputs (booth left/right, balanced)
    (1) 1/4” (6.35 mm) stereo output (headphones)
    (1) 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo output (headphones)

    Audio Inputs

    (2) RCA input pairs (line-level, unbalanced)
    (2) RCA input pairs (line- or phono-level, unbalanced)
    (1) XLR+1/4” (6.35 mm) input (Microphone 1)
    (1) 1/4” (6.35 mm) input (Microphone 2)

    Other

    (2) USB ports (to computers)
    (1) power adapter input

    Power

    Power Adapter

    5 VDC, 4 A, center-positive (included)

    Input Voltage

    100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

    Consumption

    15 W (maximum)

    Dimensions
    (width x depth x height)

    Weight

    26.1” x 14.9” x 2.7”
    664 x 378 x 68 mm
    15.4 lbs.
    7.00 kg

    Specifications are subject to change without notice.

    Trademarks & Licenses
    Denon is a trademark of D&M Holdings Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Denon DJ products
    are produced by inMusic Brands, Inc., Cumberland, RI 02864, USA.
    Serato, Serato DJ, and the Serato logo are registered trademarks of Serato Audio Research.
    Kensington and the K & Lock logo are registered trademarks of ACCO Brands.
    All other product names, company names, trademarks, or trade names are those of their respective owners.

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