Can you please add a Play Head / Play Marker position adjustment to the settings? Traktor Pro has this feature which allows you to move the red play head marker left of center so that you can see more of the upcoming waveform (see attached). I’m more interested in the beats ahead of my position than behind. Thank you.
That’s also a really great suggestion, as I used this feature also in Traktor to see a lot more of the wave😎
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Upvote! I support this suggestion too
I would also like to see this.
This would definatel6 help and be an improvement.
+1 Please - I’d really like the ability to move the playhead to the left.
Please make it (optionally configurable) to move the playhead (the red line) furhter to the left. Most DJs care more about the part of the song that is coming that what has already been played.
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This suggestion already exists over here: Adjustable Playhead Position
Please please implement this. It is so important to see the coming up part of the track. For example the next drop. The old already played part is unimportant.
Hey @doogie, As @djjoejoe shared, this suggestion already exists in this existing topic thread. I’ve moved your post over here just to keep things tidy. This allows us to better track the user interest and feedback about your suggestion.
+1 vote for this improvement
Bringing this one back to the surface, this would be a very welcome addition in all wave forms view. I currently use pro view in portrait orientation with vertical waveforms. I also split the waveforms so I can see drums, instruments and vocals on both decks.
I currently have to compromise between the waveform zoom settings so I can either see the details of each stem that I need for scratching and precise mixing or zoom out further so I can see up coming cue points/breakdowns.
Being able to move the position of the play head would be incredibly useful!