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  1. Cupe

    Vestax QFO

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  2. Cupe

    Hello everyone

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  3. As we predicted earlier this year, a new Rekordbox version has been released. Rekordbox 6 has a new functionality, Cloud Library Sync, which allows the ability to upload tracks and playlists to Dropbox and sync them across multiple devices. Cloud Library Sync: Tracks, playlists, and track metadata are able to be synced across four different Rekordbox devices (phones and computers all included. While the music itself gets stored in Dropbox, the metadata for tracks and playlists is all stored on Pioneer DJ’s side of things. Here’s the basics of how Cloud Library Sync works: Subscription Plans Pioneer DJ has also added new subscription plans to the Rekordbox software, doing away with their old models entirely. Essentially: the music management (export mode) version continues to be free DJing functionality is unlocked with the “Core” plan ($9.99 a month, on launch special for $6.99) the cross-device syncing and other advanced features are available on the “Creative” plan ($14.99 a month, on special for $9.99). The full plan/price breakdown is available here on the official Rekordbox site. Additionally, users with a “hardware unlock” Rekordbox device will make the usual features unlock – like XDJ-RX2/RR/XZ, and a number of the newer DJM mixers (250MK2/450/750 mk2). One important note: older Rekordbox subscriptions do not seem to be getting upgraded to Rekordbox 6.0, but it does A Ton More Features We haven’t had a chance to dive more into the software yet, but there are a ton of new features that are worth checking out, including: Added Inflyte support [for promos] Added Ableton Link feature. Added 3Band waveform. Added Skin settings to select Dark/Light for the screen’s base color. Added Auto Relocate feature to automatically find missing files. Added filter to the Attribute Column (Collection and playlists only). Added Ambient mode on the Lighting panel. Added DMX Direct Control on the Lighting panel. Read more about Rekordbox 6 here on the official site.
  4. If you haven’t looked at Traktor DJ, Native Instruments’ iOS app (it runs on Mac and PC too) recently, a new update and the concurrent global stay-home happening seems like the perfect time to do it. The update to Traktor DJ 2.4 has a bunch of features that look like they’re straight out of a user feature request thread – mostly focused around the transport interface. Traktor DJ 2 vs Traktor Pro 3: A Refresher Traktor DJ 2 is the “rewrite” of the Traktor codebase, modeled after the Traktor DJ iOS app. It’s available on iOS devices, MacOS, and Windows. It has a lot of the functionality of Traktor, but it’s free, has SoundCloud Go+ integration, and track recommendations. It’s still just two decks – but we imagine it may replace Traktor Pro one day. Traktor DJ 2.4 features + changes Here’s what the Traktor team has shared as being the big feature additions and improvements in the 2.4 update to the app. Transport Bar can now be assigned to the left, right, or bottom on iOS Swappable Play / CUE buttons New “CUE slide-to-play” allows for holding CUE and sliding into Play Track genre is now visible, searchable, and sortable Track time displays next to each track in the browser (iOS) Increased track length limitation Improved Waveform readability Stripe Waveform now has 3 bands Tracks can now be played before analysis is complete Clock in the header Improved Browser view layout shows stacked decks when using waveform view (iOS) Overall, these feel like major quality of life improvements for DJs who use the app. UI customization based on user preference (assignable transport bar, play/cue button swapping, etc) has been a constant request of Traktor Pro over the years, but we’re betting that the more modern codebase of Traktor DJ makes such changes a bit more reasonable to implement. What Will The Future Bring for TDJ? First, let’s note something awesome: Traktor development seems to be continuing. It was a bit concerning last year to see all of the layoffs at Native Instruments followed by a likely global recession this year, but releasing an update is a great sign of life. For those wondering what’s really up next with the Traktor DJ project, the team shared a little bit more in their update post: We continue to prioritize what we work on based on your feedback, so please keep the requests and suggestions coming. We don’t have the time to answer every post here right now, but you can trust that we’re still listening. We have another exciting release coming early in the new year that should address a lot of the requests and issues mentioned here on the forum, so stay tuned for that.
  5. Haha yeah I been thread digging
  6. Man threads used to be so good here
  7. lol what a faggot
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