I am a MIK user and just watched this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2D2guBGNeo
what confuses me is: When i turn off auto analysis, and then drop the tracks into engine like shown in the video, engine prime and/or my sc6000 does not have a beatgrid info yet and therefore loading time is increased.
Is there a way to keep the MIK data like key, tempo etc but tell engine prime to just analyze the beat grid? Maybe there is a difference between re-analyze and analyze track?
I also have seen people here describing a workflow on how to use MIK -> Serato -> Engine (Does Engine prime support Mixed in Key app?) to even geht cue points as well, which would be fantastic but I still want to perpare tracks including having a beatgrid before loading it to my sc6000.
UPDATE: According to this post (https://www.reddit.com/r/DenonPrime/comments/a5iade/full_explanation_how_beatgrids_bpms_and_keys_are/) it only makes sense to import comments and Cue points, @denon can your devs confirm this?