How to Record With the Behringer DJX750

Updated February 15, 2017

Behringer's DJX750 is an audio mixer developed with the contemporary live DJ in mind. It will accept four stereo sources including up to three turntables with an XLR mic input for DJ voiceover. Built-in effects and features designed for clubbing are laid out conveniently and intuitively. The DJX750 also provides support for the artist who wants to record beats and mixes, with several output options and flexible control of effects.

Connect the Behringer DJX750 to the audio interface of your recording device. This may require special cables with RCA phone plugs connecting to the mixer, and the appropriate plugs connecting to the recording device. You can connect to the "Booth" and "Tape" outputs as well, but the "Master" outputs will provide the most convenient control.

Set output level from the DJX750 by way of the "Master" fader. Use as strong a signal as you can without exceeding 0 dB on your recording device. Use the other faders to control the balance of your turntables, microphone and other input devices.

Adjust signal processing effects at both the "XPQ" surround effect at the upper right and the "FX" section at the lower right. Refer to your user's manual for more information about using the effects. Start your recording device and record your performance.


The DJX750 is not suitable for use as a playback mixer.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer with audio recording software or digital audio workstation
  • Audio patch cables with RCA phone plugs
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As an operations and technical projects manager in the photofinishing industry, Scott Shpak is also an experienced audio engineer and musician, as well as Editor-in-chief, feature writer and photographer for Your Magazines Canada.