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comment Can I force Traktor to use more than one CPU when analyzing tracks?
@MatthewRead Unfortunately, yes, though I fear the answer is that it is not possible :(
May
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asked Upon loading a track, the CDJ 2000 automatically goes through very quickly (~5 sec per one min of track)
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accepted How often should I renew my custom musician earplugs (silicone)?
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Aug
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reviewed Satisfactory Lower guitar tuning
Aug
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reviewed Satisfactory What's the difference between genre and style?
Aug
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revised Can I force Traktor to use more than one CPU when analyzing tracks?
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Jul
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revised Do ear plugs have a big effect on ability to hear the music?
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answered Do ear plugs have a big effect on ability to hear the music?
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Apr
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comment Can I force Traktor to use more than one CPU when analyzing tracks?
Here is the meta question: Are DJs unwelcome on Musical Practice & Performance?
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comment How can I remove all the tracks contained in a folder and its subfolders from my collection with Traktor 2?
@DrMayhem No it is usually done beforehand but many questions on this website pertain to performance preparation, right? E.g. in How do I maintain flamenco guitar fingernails? is still useful even though we don't expect performers to cut their fingernails on stage.
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Mar
20
comment How can I remove all the tracks contained in a folder and its subfolders from my collection with Traktor 2?
@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 on-topic.