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    Default Program to show compatible keys?

    need something to highlight compatible keys. anyone know of any beside mixed in key and rapid evolution?

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    yeah....it's called "A music theory class"
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    thanks for that.

    just looking for a software solution

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    So you are keying your music, but don't know what keys are compatible? Why even bother keying your music? Just use your ears. They will tell you if the keys are clashing.
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    I understand music theory and keys and scales and what clashes and how to read the camelot wheel. please don't make me prove this to you. It's been a long day.

    I just want a program that will highlight compatible keys quickly, within my massive track collection

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    sort by key?

    Really? Youre too lazy to memorize the camelot wheel? Its designed to be used with out pictures or additional help.

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    why would you even respond if you're not going to be helpful?

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    I use these to hi-light compatible keys. My keyboard looks quite vibrant.

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    Any music database will have a "sort by" option, which can sort the notation in ascending or descending order. The closest thing you're looking for is the "Traffic Light" system the new CDJ-2000mk2s have implemented.

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    Dude just sort by camelot code...the number before and after your current number are the ones that are compatible. Anything more complicated still isn't tough to remember and you should be able to recall quickly.
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