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  • in reply to: Serato Key Detection Accuracy #2302401

    Rory Fackrell
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    Well, it would seem that Mixed In Key still reigns supreme although Serato 1.8 is coming up pretty fast….. Think for now I’ll be sticking with MIK but may make the switch in Serato 1.9…..

    http://djtechtools.com/2015/11/16/key-detection-software-comparison-2015-edition/

    in reply to: Serato Key Detection Accuracy #2289841

    Rory Fackrell
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    Thanks guys

    in reply to: No output from NS7III #2268311

    Rory Fackrell
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    thanks guys

    Serato also advised the same thing, so i’m running it through the aux channel on the home cinema – the missus was chuffed, she had visions of of another massive spend on speakers etc lol.

    in reply to: Re-digitizing entire Library, help and suggestions please? #2263971

    Rory Fackrell
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    Platinum Notes 4 does an awesome job of sorting out those clips and averaging out your volumes, I’ve repaired probably 5,000,000 clipped peaks. What never fails to amaze me is the difference in volumes on even new recordings!

    Mixed In Key 7 now adds cue points for all the big name software, which is a god send. One word of warning though, I and hundreds of other people had problems with it processing files, from what I understand it’s because the files are uploaded and processed on the MIK servers, not the machine, which is different from the way earlier versions worked (I think!) Obviously, batch processing on a slow internet connection exacerbates the problem. I run it on a 160mb fibre connection and STILL have problems but not as bad as it used to be.

    Can’t comment on anything Apple…..

    With regard to tags, Try making a copy of the file removing all possible properties and personal information. You should be able to then add whatever tag info you like using Tag&RenamePro – get a genuine version because some of the cracked ones write stupid stuff that you’ll never get rid of – and use the last stable version – 8.* – version 9 sucks massively with the dreaded “hidden window error” meaning constant end programs thru task manager. Maniac Tools that produce the program are working on fix/update for this issue. I was lucky in that i keep all versions of programs, just in case.

    Hope this helps a bit.

    LMP

    in reply to: Greetings! How to buy in haste and regret at leisure….. #2263751

    Rory Fackrell
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    Hey Phil

    That’s something I hadn’t considered but i’m not sure the budget will stretch to a pair of turntables now 🙁

    I’ve spent the evening comparing controllers, my head says go for summat mid-range (so does the missus) My heart says N7II or III. Your review of the N7II had me wanting that lollipop you referred to so the Mk3 can only improve on it? I thought you were slightly exaggerating just how big it is, after all, in the videos it doesn’t look that big but having just found the dimensions of the thing, a trip to my local builder’s merchant might be called for! 😀

    in reply to: Greetings! How to buy in haste and regret at leisure….. #2263741

    Rory Fackrell
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    Hey Miguel

    You make a fair point with regard to the stems needing time to mature, which is why I’ll be keeping the S8 and the possibilities do seem almost limitless, the truth is i’m a sucker for knobs and faders and it lights up soooooooooo pretty lol. A brave decision by NI to ditch the jogs but otherwise, I love it!

    LMP

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