Are you feeling lost and frustrated trying to navigate your way to the Turntable Control in the game?
Fear not, as we have gathered some tips and tricks to help you get there efficiently.
From defeating enemies to rotating the turntable tracks, we’ve got you covered.
So sit back, relax, and let us guide you through the Ordinary AWE area to reach your destination.
How To Get To Turntable Control
To get to the Turntable Control, you must first make your way to the Ordinary AWE area. Start out in Logistics, which is the closest control point, and retrace your steps to the Ordinary AWE area.
As you explore the area, watch out for enemies that may respawn in areas you’ve already cleared. This can be frustrating, but keep pushing forward.
Once you reach the Turntable Control room, head to the north-east side of the room and go up the stairs marked Bridge Operator. Here, you’ll find the control panel to rotate the turntable tracks. Press the big red button to try to turn the bridge, but you’ll find that it’s blocked by clots that are on its way.
To clear the clots, levitate down to the turntable and shoot the clumps of mould that are preventing it from rotating. Then, head to the other end of the turntable and do the same thing when it stops moving again.
Be careful of the Astral Entity on the ground floor that absorbs everything around it. Avoid it at all costs and keep an eye out for enemies that may attack you.
Once you’ve cleared the clots and rotated the bridge fully, take the checkpoint and continue forward.
Understanding The Importance Of Turntable Control
When it comes to playing vinyl records, understanding the importance of turntable control is essential. One of the most critical aspects of turntable control is pitch control. Pitch control allows users to deviate from standard speed and choose between three RPMs: 33rpm, 45rpm, and 78rpm. By controlling the pitch, you can also choose the tempo of your record.
Another crucial aspect of turntable control is tracking force. This refers to the amount of pressure the phono cartridge puts on your records. Too little force will cause the cartridge to bounce and skip, while too much will wear out your stylus and records too quickly. Different cartridges are designed to apply different amounts of tracking force, so it’s essential to make sure your turntable’s tonearm is set up to apply the correct amount for the cartridge you’re using.
Additionally, torque is another important aspect of turntable control. The power of the turntable motor is measured in torque, and a DJ turntable should have high torque. This ensures that the turntable can handle the demands of scratching and other DJ techniques.
Anti-skating is another feature that some turntables have, which helps the needle ride the center of the record groove. Acrylic platters are also a favorite add-on of audiophiles, as they can drastically improve sound quality.
In some cases, adjusting turntable control can be tricky, especially if your turntable has no easily accessible pitch control or strobe bumps on the edge of the platter. However, with some effort and patience, it’s always possible to adjust your turntable’s speed and other controls.
Navigating The Ordinary AWE Area
Navigating the Ordinary AWE area can be a bit confusing, but with the right directions, you can make your way through it.
Start out in Logistics, which is the closest control point, and head towards the Ordinary AWE area. As you make your way through the area, keep an eye out for enemies that may respawn in areas you’ve already cleared.
Once you reach the Ordinary AWE area, you’ll find yourself in a room featuring a mockup of the town you lived in as a kid. Navigate your way towards the exit of this room, but be prepared for enemies to spawn and block your path. Take them out to open the exit and follow the signs until you reach Ordinary Dump Site.
From there, head towards the Prime Candidate Program and find the Slide Projector Object of Power. Search for Darling’s Lab for the Slide Projector as well.
When you’re ready to head to Turntable Control, enter the Turntable and quickly deal with any enemies that may be present. Avoid the Astral Entity on the ground floor that absorbs everything around it and head towards the area marked “Bridge Operator”. Check the storage room for loot containers and then continue upstairs to the control room.
Press the button on the control panel, next to the Correspondence – Work Chat: Teeth document, and then exit the door to return to the turntable. Levitate onto the bridge and look for some explosive spores on the tracks that rotate the bridge. Clear them by shooting them in order to fully rotate the bridge.
With these directions in mind, you should be able to navigate your way through the Ordinary AWE area and reach Turntable Control without too much trouble.
Defeating Enemies To Reach Turntable Control
To reach the Turntable Control, you’ll need to defeat several Hiss enemies that will spawn in the area. These enemies can be tough to take down, so be sure to use your Service Weapon and any other abilities at your disposal.
As you move through the area, keep an eye out for the Astral Entity on the ground floor. This creature absorbs everything around it, making it extremely dangerous. Avoid it at all costs and stay alert for any other enemies that may attack you.
Once you reach the Bridge Operator’s office, you’ll find that the turntable tracks are blocked by clots. These clots can also be taken out with your Service Weapon, but be careful as they can also spawn more enemies.
In addition to the Hiss enemies and clots, you may also encounter other dangerous creatures and obstacles along the way. Be sure to stay alert and use your wits to overcome any challenges that come your way.
Rotating Turntable Tracks: Tips And Tricks
Rotating the turntable tracks can be a tricky task, but with these tips and tricks, you’ll be able to do it with ease.
Firstly, make sure you have levitate ability as it will be necessary to clear the clots that are blocking the bridge. It’s also important to keep an eye out for enemies that may attack you while you’re trying to clear the clots.
When shooting the clumps of mould on the turntable, aim for the larger ones first as they are the ones that are preventing it from rotating. Also, be sure to move around the turntable to clear all the clots as they may be hidden in different spots.
If you’re having trouble with the Astral Entity on the ground floor, try to avoid it at all costs. It absorbs everything around it, making it difficult to navigate around. If you do need to get past it, use your levitate ability to jump over it.
Lastly, don’t forget to take the checkpoint once you’ve rotated the bridge fully. This will save your progress and allow you to continue forward without having to start from the beginning again.
By following these tips and tricks, you’ll be able to successfully rotate the turntable tracks and continue on your journey through Control.
Troubleshooting Common Issues With Turntable Control Access
If you’re experiencing pitch control problems on your turntable, don’t worry as it’s a common issue audiophiles face. The good news is that there are several ways to fix the problem. First, clean the pitch control potentiometer (fader) with contact cleaner to remove any dirt and grime that may cause scratchy and unreliable operation. Next, check the wiring to the pitch control for loose connections or frayed wires, and repair them if necessary.
Calibrating the pitch control using a strobe disc is also important to ensure that you set the correct speed for the turntable. Additionally, check the turntable’s belt for looseness or signs of wear and replace it if necessary. If your turntable has a ground wire, make sure it is securely attached to the phono preamp or amplifier, as this can cause issues with the pitch control.
If you’re experiencing slow playback or distorted sound, there are a few things to consider. First, determine if your turntable is spinning too fast by playing back a different source such as digital, radio or tape. Check the downforce before trying anything else, as most distortion cases are caused by downforce being too low. If your stylus is dirty or damaged, try cleaning it or replacing it if needed.
Check your preamp connection to ensure that the signal from your cartridge is only pre-amplified once. Some turntables have built-in preamplifiers and should be connected to “line” input and not “phono” input.
It’s also important to consider the type of turntable you have when troubleshooting common issues. Direct drive turntables are driven by a motor that sits directly underneath and are favored by DJs for their instant control over disc spinning speed. Belt-driven turntables have a motor located off to the side and are linked to the central spindle by a thin rubber belt that rotates the platter.
In conclusion, understanding how to troubleshoot common issues with turntable control access can save you time and money in seeking professional repair services or purchasing a new turntable altogether. By following these steps and considering your turntable’s specific features, you can enjoy high-quality sound from your vinyl collection for years to come.