Thanks Lukas for responding. With over 50k tracks and counting in my playlists, this “workaround” would take far too long. Lukas, answer me this: If pre-analysis streaming service playlists is not possible then how is it every track in my Spotify playlist (played in Djay Pro or not) has BPM and Key tags? It’s unfortunate that Spotify has decided to drop it’s streaming service from Djay Pro. I thought perhaps Tidal would be a viable alternative. Tidal doesn’t have user curated playlists. Strike One. The playlists that are available are garbage playlist with weird unsearchable names (example: Search for Trance 2020 turns up nothing in Tidal). Strike Two. And Tidal songs cannot be batch pre-analized in Djay Pro. Strike 3. Tidal is not a viable alternative for my DJ needs.
So my next question is does Algoriddim plan to add this feature to Djay Pro in the near future? Every other DJ app on the market I’ve used has batch analysis of tracks including Camelot Key system tags, which Djay Pro 2 also, sadly, does not offer.
I am a DJ in Second Life. I don’t get paid to DJ. I do it for fun. I don’t make any money at all. So therefore, it is not a good investment for me to buy tracks.
It was fun working with Djay Pro 2. I really enjoyed the app despite the lack of some features. I really hope Algoriddim can find a way to move forward.
Djay Pro 2 R.I.P., July 1st, 2020