Basically I was looking for someone to do an overview of how they prep some tracks with the program since its not too user-friendly. Kind of like Ean did a while back he downloaded a song and showed how he prepped it (brought it in itunes, tagged it, dropped it in mixed in key, brought in into traktor, etc.) something with that kind of format but with trainspotter. Showing some cool features, tips, tricks etc. Cause I know it has some cool advanced tagging features which are better than itunes cause it shows in traktor. The only thing that I have used was the beatport tagging feature which worked great but I know theres a lot more it can do.
Macbook Pro 13" | XONE 92 | Traktor Scratch Pro 2 | Audio 8 | (2) NI Kontrol X1 | Technics SL-1210 MK2 | Juno 106 | Adam A7x | BOSS DD7 | Soundbite XL Looper | +more
To go back to a previous version do the following:
On windows. click Help->About TrainspotterTwo, on OSX click TrainspotterTwo->About TrainspotterTwo
Click Installation Details
Click Installation History
Select your previous installation date
As papo says, post your issue to the support forum and we'll work through it from there. It helps to keep this stuff in one place. Screenshots are very helpful at quickly locating what you're having problems with.
In the absence of any videos (I will get round to doing some) you can check out the searchable online help system in Trainspotter, which should hopefully give you some tips on performing various tasks.
I've also done some remote troubleshooting session with people in the past, so if you're still scratching your head we can arrange one of those (and maybe record it).
No, I don't generally keep older versions available for download. If someone does an update an it breaks something, they can't rollback, they don't have the previous zip file anywhere and they need it fixed urgently, I can rebuild whatever release was working for them, otherwise I'll fix it and create a new update.
If you want to completely reset your Trainspotter installation, then rename your /Users/<username>/Trainspotter2 directory
can't get my head around this software, it's useful it doesnt even come with instructions.