DVS Modes: What Do They All Mean? – A guide for digital DJs

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DVS – which is short for ” Digital Vinyl System” – is one of the oldest forms of digital DJing. It uses special timecode records and CDs (or timecode file loaded on USB sticks) paired with turntables or DJ media players to control laptop DJ software.

Once you enable DVS in your software, you get a choice of four play modes instead of just the one mode you get without DVS. Each mode performs differently and learning how and when to use each mode is the key to getting the most out of any DVS.

We go through each of the four DVS modes in this video.

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