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Main Functions
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1 open music library imageMusic Library Tap to access the Music Library, the iTunes Playlist Menu will open first. Here you can load the turntable or the sampler, tag, preview, organize, rename, or delete tracks (neon turns orange when the Music Library is open). * See the Music Library Section for more info
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looperTurntable Looper Tap once to start the loop (neon flashes yellow), tap again to end loop (neon stays yellow, and the arrow spins orange). Tap this button again to pause/release the loop. To return to the most recent set loop-size, press and hold the looper button. The turntable looper is activated automatically when a track 30 seconds or less is loaded onto a turntable.
Use the "Save Track Settings" buttons to save your loop-size. When you re-load the track the loop-size will be saved to the track, to start the loop press and hold the looper button. The saved loop-size will activate at whatever point you are at in the song. Move the tone arm or the progress bar to change a loop's position. You can save your loop positions by setting Hot Cue points while the the Turntable Looper is active, and saving them using the 'Save Settings' buttons in the Settings Menu.
loopsizerLoop sizer Once a loop is set or a track 30 seconds or less is loaded, the 'Loop Sizer' overlay will appear. Theloop 1 button represents your set loop size, the 1/2 button cuts your loop size to half the length, the 1/4 to 1/4 the loop length and so on down to 1/32. The x2 button doubles the length of your loop. Use this feature for effects and transitions.
Global Loop-size this feature matches and remembers the loop-size on both turntables. Once a loop is set on one side, when you press and hold the turntable looper button on the other side it will match the loop-size. Or you can set independant loop sizes on each turntable.

3 Left Volume Fader & Meters Use this fader to adjust the volume of turntable 'A,' up or down. The meters show the levels of turntable 'A' in stereo.
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Mode Buttons Each Mode Button has 4 Modes: Loop Recorder Mode,
Dub-Skip Mode, Cross-fader Scratch Mode & Volume Scratch Mode.
Slide the small highlighted icon below the Mode button to select the desired mode.

recorder mode buttonLoop Recorder Mode Tap this button once to begin recording (neon blinks red), tap again to stop. It instantly loads the recording onto the turntable & plays it. Record up to 30 seconds on each turntable. Use the 'Save Track Settings' buttons to save the loop recording as a 'Looper Untitled' file, the file is saved to the 'Recorded Tracks' folder.
*notice these tiny icons and note that you SLIDE the icon rather than tap it.
normal mode button .Dub-Skip Mode This button activates Dub-Skip Mode (Neon turns green). Jog the turntable to skip the across the track in one of 3 set intervals. When you release the turntable it returns to the original play position. This keeps your rhythms in time resulting in controlled remixes.. Dub Quantizer. Appears when the Dub-Skip Mode is selected and active. Set the time interval that it skips to 1, 1/3, or 1/6.
Crossfader scratch ModeCrossfader Scratch Mode This button opens the crossfader when pressed and closes on release. Perfect for traditional scratch techniques. Once in this mode you can adjust the crossfader knob to the set the level that the crossfader will jump to, when the Scratch button is pressed. To exit this mode without cutting the volume hold the scratch button down while you slide over to normal mode. volume mode image.
.Volume Scratch Mode This button opens the volume fader when pressed and closes on release. Once in this mode, you can adjust the volume slider to set the volume level that the Scratch button will jump to when pressed. To exit this mode without cutting the volume hold the scratch button down while you slide over to normal mode.

5 Crossfader Slide the fader back and forth to fade between turntables. Double tap to return to center.
6 Right Volume Fader & Meters Use this fader to adjust the volume of turntable 'B,' up or down. The meters show the stereo levels of turntable 'B.' Double tap the fader knob to mute turntable B.
7 cue button imageMain Cue Tap to set a cue point on any track while the track is paused. Press and hold to play a track from that point. When released it resets the play position back to the beginning of the Main Cue point. The Main Cue can only be set one time per pause (the neon will blink to show it is ready to set a cue). A white line will mark the Main Cue point on the progress bar. Use the 'Save Track Settings' button to save the Main Cue point to a track.
8 reverse button imageReverse/Pause Tap once to reverse-play a track, tap again to pause it. Hold down to fast-rewind a track. Double tap to slow the turntable to a stop during reverse-play. When stopped, double tap to slowly accelerate back up to speed.
9 play button imagePlay/Pause Tap once to play track, tap
again to pause it. Hold down to fast forward the track. Double tap to slow the turntable down to a stop during play. When stopped, double tap to slowly accelerate back up to speed.
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Overlay Menu Buttons Tap these buttons
to open/hide each of the overlays menus for
both turntables. The neon on each button turns orange when a function is active
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1 Waveform Display Shows the audio Wave data, location indicator, track title, elapsed time, and time remaining.
Waveform zoom When a turntable touched, the waveform magnifies by 6x, allowing for more precise scratching and setting of cue points.
2 Reverb/Delay Tap 'effects on icon ' on or off (neon turns orange 'effects icon on '
when active). Slide the fader to set the range. Tap 'flip arrow ' to choose between reverb, delay, and the loop sizer.
Reverb: Slide the fader to control the wet/dry mix of the reverb. Delay: Slide the fader to control the speed of the delay.
Loop sizer: Only appears when the Turntable Looper is active, see the Loop Sizer section under Main functions for more info.
3 Filter 1 (Low Pass) /Filter 2 (ParaEQ) Tap 'effects icon off ' to turn filters on or off (neon turns orange 'effects icon on ' when on). Tap 'flip arrow ' to choose between Filter 1 and Filter 2. Use the fader to set the range of the filter. Use Filter 1 to isolate and move through the frequency bands. Use Filter 2 to expand a frequency and brighten the tones. When the fader is set to the far left side it boosts the bass.
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Samplers Load the Samplers directly from the Microphone, the Music Library, or the Turntables. Load or record up to 30 seconds onto each Sampler button. The sample length is displayed above the buttons, and counts along as the sample is played.

To load the Samplers from the Microphone:

Make sure the microphone volume is on, tap the Sampler's Record button 'sampler record off ' (neon turns red 'sampler record on '), then tap any of the Sampler buttons on that side to begin recording onto that button (neon turns red while recording, and displays a time counter). Tap the same sampler button again to end the
recording. Use the 'Save Track Settings' buttons in the 'Settings Menu' to save any samples you have recorded to a track. If samples have been saved to a track, a purple square will appear beside the track in the Music Library.

To load the Samplers directly from the Music Library: sampler load from music library
Slide any track to the left, and select Sampler 1, 2, or 3. Press the Sampler button to play (sample only plays while being pressed), or press 'sampler continuous loop off ' to enable continuous loop mode (neon turns orange 'sampler continuous loop on '). Then tap a Sampler button, it will play on repeat until another Sampler button (on the same side) is pressed. Press the continuous loop button again to turn off the loop, works great for drum loops.

5 Dub Quauntizer Appears when the Dub-Skip Mode is selected and active. Set the time interval that it skips to 1, 1/3, or 1/6. The Dub Skip icon turns orange when it is in use and the digits show the amount of quantized skips controlled by the scratch movements on the turntable.dub quantizer image
6 Main Recorder Tap 'main recorder ' to start a recording (neon blinks red). Tap again to stop the recording. The time counter displays the elasped recorded time. The main output is recorded and saved as an Untitled track in the 'Recorded Tracks Folder'. The meters on the 'Main Recorder' show the volume levels of the main stereo output.
7 Tempo/Pitch/Link Tap 'flip arrow ' to choose between Tempo, Pitch, or Link. Tempo Changes the speed of the track without changing the pitch. Pitch Changes the pitch of the track without changing the speed. Link Changes both the speed and the pitch in unison. When Link is activated, it is automatically moved to the current level that the tempo is set. Double tap the fader knob to reset it to zero. Adjustable Range Tap the 'tempo +-' to set the range from +/-6.25, 12.5%, 25%, 50%, 100% to 200%. (up to 75% on the iPad mini)
8 Headphone Preview Cross-fader When the 'Split Audio' function is on, this crossfader appears 'headphone preview crossfader ' and controls which turntable you can preview with the headphones. This feature is compatible with any normal DJ splitter cable. Through the left side of the headphones, preview tracks and hear the Microphone Monitor volume, while the main output plays seperately on the right side. Double tap the fader knob to lock this crossfader with the main crossfader 'headphone preview crossfader locked ' then you will hear only the main audio output. Even though this setting is heard in mono, it records in stereo with the 'Main Recorder'. The 'Split Audio' on/off buttons, and the volume for this function, are located in the 'Settings Menu'. This function is also compatible with the 'Traktor Audio 2 MK2 DJ sound card.'
9 Microphone On 'mic on ' or Off 'mic off ' This button turns the Mic input on or off, the default setting is on. *Make sure the Mic is turned off while recording during mixing to avoid unintentionally recording background sounds.
Microphone Monitor turns on automatically when the headphone preview function in the 'Settings Menu' is on. Use headphones to hear the Mic volume level and avoid feedback.
Microphone Volume Fader Sets the Mic recording volume. The fader knob neon turns green when the Mic is on, and blue when the Mic is off.
Meters These meters show the Mic audio input levels.
10 Hot Cues Hot Cue buttons jump to set positions in the song and continue playing from those points. To set any of the 6 Hot Cue points tap the set Cue button 'hot cue set ' (neon flashes yellow), find your cue point on the track, then tap a Hot Cue button to set it (neon turns orange). The Hot Cue's start-time is displayed in each button. Tap 'flip arrow ' to flip between 1,2,3 & 4,5,6. Use the Hot Cues in combination with the 'Turntable Looper' to jump between loop positions. If you hold down a Hot Cue button it releases the loop while the button is being pressed. Use the 'Save Track Settings' in the Settings Menu to save up to 6 Hot Cue points to each track.
11 7 band EQ with a 63Hz to 16KHz range. Slide the EQ bands up or down, to select your dB range. Tap the middle 'EQ flat line ' button to reset the EQ to zero. Tap the lower 'EQ flat line ' button to drop the EQ levels. Double tap any individual slider knob to reset it to 0 dB.
12 Progress Barprogress bar The small vertical bar shows your position in the track. The long horizontal bar shows the track loading status and track length. Drag the small bar to jump around the track. When a cue point is set a vertical line marks its location on the progress bar (The color of the line corresponds to the Hot Cue button color, the main cue is marked as a white line).

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  ~ Slide and hold a track to the right to preview the audio.
~ Slide a track to the left to...
1 Load Loads the selected track onto the turntable and plays it.
2 Rename Change the name of any tracks that have been recorded on logo.
3 Tag Select one of the color folders to tag it to a track. *See the Tagging section for instructions
4 Share Instantly save your recorded files to dropbox logo or soundcloud logo. Link to your accounts with these buttons in the Settings Menu. Once linked, export your recorded tracks to these accounts, with one tap of the share button.
5 Sample Load loops or the first 30 seconds of sound from any track onto a Sampler button. Load onto Sampler button 1, 2, or 3.
6 Delete Erase any track that has been recorded on logo. In the 'Settings Menu' choose whether you want to delete a track with one tap, or receive a warning first.
  Tap a track to load it to the turntable
7 iTunes Playlist Button Tap itunes playlist icon to open the iTunes Playlist Menu. The Music Library opens to this menu first. *See the iTunes Playlist Menu section for more info
8 Color Coded Folders Tap a color folder to open it (an orange circle appears in its center to show it is selected). All tracks that have been tagged with that color are then displayed.
9 saved tracks color folder Saved Track Settings Folder If adjustments to a track are made and then saved with the 'Save Track Settings' button they will be displayed in this folder.
10 recorded tracks color folderRecorded Tracks Folder Displays the tracks that have been recorded with either the Main Recorder (saved as an 'Untitled' file), or the Loop Recorder (saved as a 'Looper Untitled' file).
11 multicolor folderMain Music Library Folder Select this multi-colored folder to display the entire library of audio tracks that have been saved onto the iPad.
12 Folder Name Displays the name of the selected folder. Press and hold the text to rename the folder. You can only rename the solid-colored folders.
13 Track Info Categories Press and hold the category headings to organize your tracks by Name, Time, Artist, Genre, BPM, or Comments. The selected category's list is highlighted in blue. Tap the Search Icon 'search icon ' at the bottom of the Music Library to type and it begins searching according the selected category, and displays the results alphabetically.
14 Track Preview Slide and hold a track to the right to preview it's audio, the track will play as long as it is held. The 'Track Preview Volume' is located in the Settings Menu.
15 Indicators for 'Saved Settings'/ 'Saved Samples' The yellow triangle indicator triangle indicates that one or all of the following settings have been saved to a track; Hot Cues, FX, Turntable looper, EQ, and Tempo/Pitch. The purple squareindicator square indicates that samples have been saved to a track. These indicators are displayed under the time category, in the Music Library.
Playlist Icon iTunes Playlists Menu
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iTunes Playlist Menu This button accesses your iTunes playlists. It displays playlist names, and the number of tracks they contain. Tap a playlist to access its contents, and tag individual files into logo's color coded folders. Slide a playlist to the left, press 'tag all,' and select a color folder to tag all of the playlist's tracks with. All of the color coded folders appear as playlists at the bottom of this menu. Slide a folder to the left and press 'rename' to change the name of a folder. When you exit and return to the Playlist Menu it opens to the last playlist you were in, tap the Playlist icon again to return to the main Playlist Menu.
Tagging Tracks
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Tagging Tracks When a color folder is pressed, it displays all of the tracks tagged with that color. A file can be tagged in as many color folders as you like each color tag will appear beneath the track name in the Music Library.
Two ways to Tag Tracks The first way is to press and hold a color folder until it blinks and displays a +/- sign. Then tap as many tracks as you'd like, to tag or untag with that color folder. Tap the blinking color folder dot again to exit tag mode.
The second way is to slide a track to the right, press tag, and the color folders will appear beside it. Simply tap a folder color to tag the track.

 

 

*You can also export your logo recordings directly onto your computer via iTunes. When the iPad is synced to iTunes on your computer, click on the 'Apps' button in iTunes, then at the bottom of the page click 'File Sharing', click the 2 Turntables icon to view and drag and drop your recorded files. You can also use this function to drag and drop individual files into the Music Library.

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helpHelp Icon Tap this icon to access the logo 'User Manual'.

9 Set up Accounts Tap the dropbox or soundcloud button to choose the account where logo will export your recorded tracks to. Once the accounts are setup, export your logo recordings to Dropbox or Soundcloud with one tap of the Share button (located in the Music Library when you slide a recorded track to the left).
10 Recorder Output Format Select either 'High Definition WAV 48 KHz 32-bit sound' or 'CD quality WAV 44.1KHz 16-bit sound' to record with. The 44.1 KHz setting will record smaller files, while 48KHz records in HD audio.
11 Split Audio/Headphone Preview This button activates the 'Split Audio' function, enabling you to listen to the upcoming track through headphones, while also outputting sound to the main speakers. It also allows you to monitor the microphone during recording. Cue up tracks through your headphones, independent of the live output through the main speakers. This feature is compatible with all normal DJ splitter cables, and the 'Traktor Audio 2 MK2 DJ sound card. The 'Traktor MK2' automatically syncs when plugged in and enables high quality stereo previewing and output.
12 Crossfader Controls Samplers Choose whether or not the main crossfader bypasses the samplers.
13 Save Track Settings Use this function to set up and save all of your tracks' settings prior to a performance. Press the 'A' or 'B' buttons to save the Cue points, Samplers samples, Tempo/Pitch settings, Turntable Looper's loop-size, and Effects settings to the track that is loaded onto turntable 'A' or 'B'. If you've recorded with the Loop Recorder, your recording will be saved as a 'Looper Untitled' file and shown in the 'Recorded Tracks' folder recorded tracks folder color image. All tracks with saved settings will appear in the 'Saved Track Settings' folder saved tracks color folder and are marked with a yellow triangle indicator triangle .
1 Neon Hue Use the fader to adjust the hue of the neon highlight around the buttons..
2 Track Preview Volume Use the fader to set the volume level for
previewing tracks in the Music Library.
3 Sampler Volumes Use the faders to set the sampler volume lexels for turntables A and B.
4 Headphone Preview Volume Set the volume of the left side of the headphone when in use for audio previewing, while the 'Split Audio' function is on. Adjusts the cue-side of a DJ Splitter cable..
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iPad Volume Sets the volume on your iPad.

6 Confirm File Deletion choose whether you want to delete tracks with one tap or to be warned before deleting.
7 Open Music With Choose whether to load music onto the turntable from the Music Library with a double tap or a single tap.
Mixing Tips & Features
* Use the Dub-Skip function to skip the beat in time with the music for a Dub-style mix. Or use the Dub-Skip mode together with the loopsizer to create a 'Glitch/Dub-Step' style effect.

* Always use the highest quality audio for the best results while mixing and scratching.

* Choose your song's settings prior to performance by saving them with the 'Save Settings' buttons in the Settings Menu.

* Utilize most traditional scratch techniques, by tapping quickly with 1 or 2 fingers on either of the Scratch buttons to rapidly move the crossfader, while scratching a record.

* Perform traditional DJ techniques including 'clicks' and 'flares' using the 'Scratch buttons' which instantly open and close the crossfader or volume faders to any specified level.

* Use Tempo to perfect your loop lengths to match the BPM of a track.

* If the Turntable Looper is on, and you hold down a Hot Cue button it will override the loop and play the track normally from that cue point, when you release the Hot Cue, it will return to playing the loop.

* Use the Loop Sizer to divide your loops into different sized rhythmic sections, great for transitions and effects. It can also be used in combination with the Hot Cues.

* Monitor the microphone during recording to hear the mic volume when you layer live audio overtop of tracks.

* Be in control of the Turntable Loopers loop position, by setting the Hot Cues and Main Cue to the best loop spots in your track. The global loop size sets the same loop-size for both turntables, so that you can set loops to match on both turntables.

* Enjoy full control over up-spins and down-spins by manually hand-spinning. Double tap the Play button while the turntable is playing to slow the turntable to a stop, or double tap Play while the turntable is on pause and it will slowly speed up to play speed. The reverse button has these same double tap functions.

* To help choose your samples by ear, press the continuous loop mode button on the Sampler, then press the sampler button you wish to load. Now you can preview different samples looping without leaving the Music Library.

* Set the Main Cue at the beginning of a sound you'd like to scratch, and use it during scratch moves to return to that point, and to play segments of the sound quickly.

* Try using accessories such as Extrasensory Device's 3-pack splitter set, which allows you to prelisten to tracks while the output records in stereo, plug in any 2 pin microphone as well as headphones, and other amazing signal routing potential.