How do I change the Channel Fader Contour on NS7ii??

On the NS7ii how do I change the channel fader contour? I want it to be more gradual and less sharp.

I see the contour knob on the front to adjust the x-fader but nothing for the channel faders.
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  • In "set-up," is where the upfader adjustment is. If it's already set to min, you're S.O.L.
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  • Hello Trevor,

    Thanks for posting. I'd like to help! You won't be able to adjust your channel fader from controller only in Serato DJ. Go into Serato DJ and click on Setup -> Mixer. Adjust your curve as desired.

    Mixer Panel:

    Upfader
    Adjusts the upfader curve. Turn the dial to the left for a slow gradual fade or to the right for a fast, tighter cut.

    Note: Fader options may not be available for all Serato DJ hardware.

    Crossfader
    Adjusts the crossfader curve. Turn the dial to the left for a slow gradual fade or to the right for a fast, tighter cut. This adjustment will affect both types of curve, Linear and Power:

    Linear
    When Linear is selected and the crossfader curve is set to slow, the two tracks blend smoothly as the crossfader moves across. Both tracks are at half volume when the crossfader is in the middle, so for two distinct tracks there will be a dip in volume. When the crossfader curve is set to fast, both channels are at full volume for nearly the whole crossfader range, and are cut off sharply when the crossfader reaches each side. The Linear curve with a fast setting is most useful for scratching or turntablism.

    Power
    When Power is select and the crossfader curve is set to slow, there will be an obvious dip in volume around the middle of the crossfader, where the audio from the track already playing fades smoothly out before audio from the incoming track fades in. When the crossfader curve is set to fast, although the two tracks still blend smoothly as the crossfader moves across its range, the incoming track will be heard in the mix almost straight away as you move the crossfader toward the side its channel is assigned to.

    Reverse
    Reverses the direction of the crossfader control. If channels assigned to the left side are in "Group A", and the right side is "Group B", then moving the crossfader from left to right fades from Group B to Group A.

    Disable
    Disables the crossfader, which can be useful if you only use the channel upfaders and wish to avoid making any mistakes by nudging the crossfader.

    Note: Fader options may not be available for all Serato DJ hardware
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  • Chris, his talking about the upfader/channel fader not cross fader. Or it's at least how I read it.
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  • Trevor, make sure the NS7 II is plugged into the computer. The "Mixer" option will not be present (in "set-up") if the controller is not plugged in and turned on.
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