DJ Deck [WebChat]

The DJ Deck is a tool that let's you have more control of the Stage, playing your own audio files, adding sound effects, and more. Read on to see how it works.

How it Works

Firstly, you'll need to visit WebChat and enter a Group that has the Audio Stage enabled. It will look like the image below.

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Next, Right Click the Stage to open the menu, where you'll find the DJ Deck option.

NOTE: By opening the DJ Deck, you will automatically jump on the Stage.

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Then, you will see the DJ Deck. Click on the image below to enlarge.

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Tapping on the “SQUARE” icon next to the “X” will show the expanded DJ Deck.

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Master Controls

Master Volume: This controls the volume of ALL volume inputs across all sub-menus.

Master Headphones: Make it so that only you can hear ALL the audio coming through the DJ Deck.

Line/Mic Input

Select input: This is how people will hear you. If you have a headset/microphone, ensure you have this selected.

Volume Icon: This affects the volume of the sound coming through the line in. The lower it is, the less people hear the sound.

Headset Icon: Lets you monitor mic input so you can hear what the mic is picking up. However, unless you are using headphones, this can cause feedback, so be aware.


Music/Media A + B

This is where you can load music files that you wish to play on the Stage. Simply drag and drop a file here. Alternatively, you can search for files.

Volume Icon: This affects the volume the media. The lower it is, the less people hear the sound.

Headset Icon: Enables you to isolate or preview the sound being played.

Play Button: This will play when clicked. Then, it will pause.

Rewind: This will take the track back to the beginning.

NOTE: You can have 2 media tracks playing at the same time.


Sound Effects

Here you will find 10 sound effects that you can play.

You can drag and drop any local sound files onto the effect buttons to replace the suggested effects with your own.

Play Button: This will play the respective sound effect.

Headset Icon: Enables you to isolate or preview the sound being played.

Have fun!

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