During my last gig, i noticed 2 or 3 tracks i was mixing in had to have the opposing pitch fader ridiculously far off (eg. -7%) to get the track the same speed as the playing track. I know these tracks are around the same speed as i play them together all the time.
I’ve just had now, on my desktop while organising some songs the same thing, double click a file to put in in the player at the top, and could hear straight away its not running the correct speed, and had to re-analyze it to get it to start playing correctly.
1 - why do seemingly random tracks now have the wrong bpm info all of a sudden, these are songs i’ve been playing for months.
2 - how can i find any other tracks from my 1,000s of tunes that might also have the wrong bpm all of a sudden now, so i don’t have to deal with it playing live!
I know people only complain when they get a problem and don’t praise the units but I’ve generally had a good experience until the last few months - with the screen freezing during one gig, the unit rebooting itself during a gig, now tracks randomly needing re-analyzing, It’s just getting too risky to dj live with my Denon gear. I already have to carry around another audio source currently ‘just in case’ the unit needs/decides to reboot, it’s really not something i should need to do with £1,200 worth of dj controller.