Hi there, [I am posting this again, as my previous post was in the wrong category and didn’t get much attention]
I got the Denon SC6000 players since a couple of days and am pretty happy with them. But somehow I cannot change beat grids within the player (for all my tracks, see (1) below) and in Engine (just some tracks, see (2) below).
(1) Within the player, I can enter the edit beat grid set-up, but none of the buttons do anything.They light up when I press them but nothing happens. It’s pretty annoying.
(2) A relatively common analysing problem is that Engine gets the downbeat wrong, so that it is is set one beat too late. For these tracks, I also have some issues on the Engine desktop software. More specifically, I cannot use the usual ‘downbeat left’ buttons. (I can however use the below shift left, so this is not too dramatic. However, there must be something wrong).
I checked my tracks in Engine and they are not locked. The problem persists with my (own) bought tracks as well as with Tidal tracks. Most of my tracks are downloaded from iTunes and drag-and-dropped them into Engine DJ Desktop and from there synced to theSC6000’s internal SSD (Serato has access to write on these files as well, but I did not import them from Serato)
Which issue did you have, (1) or (2)? For problem (1) re-analyzing cannot be the proper solution. I cannot always re-analyze my tracks when they suddenly get locked, all info on cue-points etc is lost.
Regarding problem (2), I tried re-analyzing and while I can re-analyze, the problem still persists.
Back up your collection by zipping your system’s Music \ Engine Library folder. This is where your system collection is stored. You can unzip this folder to repair your Engine Library at any point in time. Just delete the damaged Music \ Engine Library folder first, and then replace with the zipped version.
Okay, I now tried the new database and the same problem still persists. (I have to say that I did not try it on a spare usb since I did not have one at hand currently. But I formatted the SC6000’s internal SSD, so it should be the same as with a spare, blank usb drive).
Or do you think there is something wrong with my internal SSD?
Did I mention that I also cannot edit beat grids of Tidal tracks within the SC6000, so not only my iTunes downloaded tracks.