@DJ_Faisal this is by design to remove unnecessary touch screen controls when using a hardware controller. You can disable it by turning OFF Hardware Mode. Your DJ controller will still work, and the original touch screen controls (cross fader, tempo faders, volume faders, EQs) will be visible.
You’re welcome. I’m not totally sure about the S2, but I think it’s an either or situation. I do know that the Mixon 8 allows you to use a laptop and iPad connected at the same time though. You can even choose which channels are connected to the laptop and which are connected to the iPad.
How are you connecting to the external mixer? If it’s RCA from the Reloop Ready to RCA on the mixer, this will not improve the sound quality. However, if you are connecting to the mixer via USB from the iPad then this will solve the audio quality.
As for the Mixon 8, there’s really no additional learning curve compared to the Ready. Aside from 4 channels and Paddle FX, the controls are very similar. Yes, there’s a significant cost and size difference though.
If you go the Reloop Ready and external mixer route, just make sure you connect the Ready to the iPad first and the mixer to the iPad second. On iOS djay uses the device that was connected last as the USB audio interface. Out of curiosity, what mixer are you using?
You’re welcome. Currently my main controller is the Mixon 8 Pro with djay Pro AI on iPad. I also have a Denon Prime 4 that I use with djay Pro AI on iPad. I haven’t used the Prime 4 since I got the Mixon 8 though.