Key change possibilities

#1

Hi,

I’ve seen in numerous videos of the Prime 4 that we can change key on-the-fly. My question is, would it be feasible to implement this via the pads instead of only a sequential up/down ? I think this would open up a lot of possibilities for instant remixing of tracks.

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#2

HI @PetGor and welcome to the forum!

Thank you for this suggestion - I have passed this on to the team.

Regards, Jay

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#4

Im just curious if we are going to get these features on the SC5000

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#5

Would love some keychange feature on the pads on the SC5000s for some toneplay :heart:

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#6

I also would like an option to change key trough buttons instead of screen only.

I suggested 2 years ago Key change for SC5000 this way: Press (and hold) key and Pitch bend + of - to change key higher or lower

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#7

Having the feature to key change of track for the mix of song to song smoothly is very excellent!

I am to reminded of the number of boring copycat performings when serato pitch and time add pack was out. Many many people made many songs sound the exact same again and again and again. Argh!!!

But to think pitch pads idea is very good but like many feature with controversy —- it is up to of course, the person who chooses to use that or not and how many times per mix to make use of it. The more rare the better and more special imo

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#8

I would prefer not to have it on the pads, as I would like to be able to play cue points and adjust the pitch of the cue points while playing them. That’s how I utilized Pitch n Time in Serato.

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#9

The way I see it:

  1. Hit HotCue-button once, to choose Cue Point
  2. Hit HotCue-button a second time to activate selected Cue Point in Tone Play-mode.

(Or 3. When you have pressed the HotCue-button twice, select which Cue Point you want on the screen on the ‘Cue Point Bar’ , and that will be activated in Tone Play-mode)

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#10

How about under slicer mode? Or an option to use a slicer or b toneplay

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#11

There is already a extra feature when you press the Slicer-button twice.

Therefor I see it as a feature under the HotCue-button

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#12

My bad, i never use slicer, at all.

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#13

This would makes sense. I dig it.

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