Denon DJ Updates Engine Prime To v1.1, Now Plays Nicer With iTunes

Joey Santos
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Last updated 24 March, 2018

Denon DJ just released an update to its Engine Prime music management software. Version 1.1 of the app – used to prepare and export music to USB for playing on the company’s flagship SC5000 Prime media players – now includes the ability to import and view iTunes playlist folders and subfolders from within the Engine Prime app – something that will be welcomed by iTunes users as it allows for more convenient song management.

Other improvements include the ability to add hot cues and loop points while a track is still being analysed, and a new “missing files” crate when songs fail to be transferred over onto a thumb drive.

While there have been significant updates to the SC5000 Prime media player firmware, this is the first time we’re seeing a bump in the Engine Prime laptop app which was launched alongside the Prime Series last year.

• Denon DJ Engine Prime 1.1 is now available as a free download. Check the Denon DJ site for more details.

Have you tried Engine Prime? Have you played with the Prime Series yet? Let us know your experience with them in the comments.

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