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I have many checks to analyze with Traktor and the latter only use is one CPU when analyzing tracks despite having activated the multi-CPU support:

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Can I force Traktor to use more than one CPU when analyzing tracks?

Using my 12 cores instead of one would help me save some time...:

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Rekorbox does it since version 3:

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closed as off-topic by Dom, MrTheBard, Meaningful Username, Wheat Williams, Jason W Mar 20 at 19:23

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This question appears to be off-topic because it is not about musical practice or performance. –  Dom Mar 20 at 13:35
@DrMayhem What topics can I ask about here?: "usage of specific music software". Traktor is a music software, widely used by DJs when performing. Therefore I believe my question is unambiguously topic. –  Franck Dernoncourt Mar 20 at 15:05
@WheatWilliams Well if DJ-related questions are always closed, it's going to be tough to retain DJs on this SE indeed... but I have seen some great, popular questions/answers such as music.stackexchange.com/q/14291/2589 and music.stackexchange.com/q/14293/2589 so I believe there are at least some DJs around here from time to time. –  Franck Dernoncourt Mar 20 at 16:04
Voting to reopen based on the meta discussion. I personally think this question is a better fit for Super User than here, but I’m not opposed to it here and so I’ll get the reopen ball rolling. –  Bradd Szonye Aug 10 at 5:02
Let's first change the scope (if needed), and then start closing questions that fall out of this scope, please. Not the other way around. –  Lee White Aug 10 at 8:01

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