Very interesting. The stats for djay are in line with my own personal experience.
I thought other softwares would have a similar accuracy, but it’s very interesting to see that some are much better than others.
Based on multiple replies in the mix in key YouTube page, I gave it a try and it’s VERY good, arguably the best on the market. Not an endorsement per say…but truth is truth…
Maybe they could team up with a third party like musicbrainz.org…
Personally, I don’t need djay’s key analysis engine to be better.
Most professional DJ’s use Mixed In Key anyway.
I need the ability to edit the key tag in the iOS app.
It doesn’t matter that I spend a whole day massaging tracks in Platinum Notes, then Mixed in Key and finally then in MP3Tag (or Meta).
djay is going to replace my hard work (tagging the files) anyway.