Thanks MadCyril for the post. I second this workflow issue.
I’m a fresh Prime 4 user w/SSD and haven’t been able to find a practical way to edit, “update” or add music to my Engine DJ Library.
So, I have resorted to physically removing the SSD from the Prime 4 to interface with my MacBook Pro and then after editing on the Mac, I re-install the SSD to my Prime 4.
@Reticuli Thanks for your suggestion. I tried this again - and this time, it worked! (The internal SSD would not show up on the desktop before… maybe it was the blue cable that did it ?? ).
As long as this will work, this will be a HUGE time-saver going forward. Also Thanks to @addie for the video link.
hi all, I own a mcx8000 but now i want to buy a new denon not sure which to go with though. I like them all but cant purchase them all cause my wallet is not that big lol. I like the prime go for small parties or bedroom djing, the P4 an all in one dj gear. I also wonder if the P4 has same effects as the PX1850 mixer and of course the sc6000 with PX1850 mixer. Decisions decisions decisions. what format does the drive i want to use with engine software?
@JackFunk, when I look at the photo… “if it’s yours”, I have the impression that your SSD is partially damaged!
I say that because where it has the Sata connector of the Denon, there should not be the SSD plug on the Sata connector, it should be fixed (soldered) on the electronic circuit inside the Sandisk chassis. I doubt very much that it can disconnect from the chassis.
In case, be careful that there are no micro disconnections with time and use.