Do Pioneer CDJs have "Key Adjust"?
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    Default Do Pioneer CDJs have "Key Adjust"?

    Hey all,

    Does anyone know if any of the Pioneer CDJs have a feature that's similar to "Key Adjust" like in Traktor? (I'm not a Serato user, but I can only assume it has this, too.) This would allow you to adjust the pitch of a song after enabling Keylock/Master Tempo on the track.

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    CDJ's due not allow you to adjust the key. masterlock keepss the original key
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    Too bad. Even my Numark Axis 8s could do that and they had slip long before Pioneer.

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    well, it usually sounds like ass, if that makes you feel better

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    Quote Originally Posted by johney View Post
    well, it usually sounds like ass, if that makes you feel better
    Well, they all do past a certain point, especially when key is adjusted into the negative (or speed increased and key locked at zero). I know there are a couple different ways of doing it, some slightly better than others, but none sound goo past 6%+- or so.

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