I have couple of playlists that I use to store good mixes, perhaps in groups of 3-4 tunes. I used to use a blank audio file with the name “--------------------------------------” as a separator several times in a playlist so I could see the groups of tunes in there. I just switched over to Engine DJ and this no longer works as I can only put a tune in a playlist once.
Could you either make this a switch in the settings, or just allow repeated tracks in a playlist? I’m sure it’s something that many people use
I don’t use it ah ha.
But I think folks want it
It should be optional imo
It actually seems extremely niché. I doubt it’s affecting many people.
I don’t mean necessarily just my weird use case, but I’m sure there are occasions where people want to list the same tune twice in a playlist
There’s another topic about this, they said that they’ll do something about it or something like that since there’s a lot of demand.
One solution would be to have more than one “separator file” with different “names”.
It would, but I use it quite a few times so it would take too long I suspect. I used to write good mixes found while freestyling down in a notebook, but I found it was better to put them in a playlist so I could access and store them more easily.
There could be a neat feature here to just have a separator that could be put into a playlist as many times as needed. I have also used it in the past where I may have a intro, a couple of complex sections and an outro and I might put these into a playlist and put a separator between them where I’ll freestyle. It’s a useful tool in planning a performance I think. The way I do it is just a workaround; if it were a proper feature then I’d use it.
Oh darn it, I’m using that seperator-file too in some older playlists (legacy Vinyl crates with dividers which were recorded to MP3’s), and just now I realize that Denon probably screwed up those playlists…
I think exactly the same!
Why can’t we put a song many times in a playlist?