I have analysed tracks using PN and MIK and incorporated into Denon Engine Prime software however having to have both apps(MIK,Engine)open so I can manually add cue points from MIK to Engine Prime and majority of the time things seem to mar up between the two(cue points,Bars…eg 9,17,33,65…etc) mind you thats also with Engine Primes auto analysis switched to off. Nevertheless it seems consistent enough(I think…I hope)as manually counting cue points on the practice fly isn’t really what I had in mind upon purchasing MIK.
Now I am reading re-writing the history books crap from some reddit user not only saying MIK cue points are not cue points in fact…and that phrases don’t necessarily end on the last beat of the bar in a phrase,start on the dropped 1 on the first beat of the bar of a phrase…saying phrases can start on synth lines and other things!? ■■■? So all those YouTube videos uploaded by DJ’s telling you otherwise is all BS then is it?
I don’t think so and the last thing I need to hear from reddit d…kheads is this garbage as I have done enough work as it is setting cue points manually according to MIK and 95% of the time they fall on bars as in the example above so I have no idea what this reddit “musical afficiado” is going on about? This reddidiot also says/thinks that you should only do all things DJ software/player related according solely to visual wavelength info and not a beatgrid? Ok so worse case scenario according to reddidiot musical afficiado is you must be within a hairline or so outside of a bar mark or your mixes are going to sound like s.it? I DJ EDM and that’s all so all is reliant on a beatgrid,bars phrases and cuepoints so reddidiot musical afficiado must be DJing country and western?