Frustrating bpm NI analyze bug
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    Default Frustrating bpm NI analyze bug

    Hi

    I've searched for this solution on many forums and finnaly decided to ask the damn question couse couldn't find the answer.

    so, for every 25 songs average there is one song that Traktor doesn't show the BPM.
    i can analyze the song again, doesn't help
    songs are in mp3, cleaned of ID tracks
    i can find out bpm by taking the song to play, then it shows bpm up there. so i try inputing the bpm number manually down there. after changing the folder, and coming back, the value is 0 again
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    please help. how to make traktor show this value?

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    Is it possible that these problematic files are WAVs? That's the only reason I can think of for track data not sticking.
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    Had some files in Traktor that constantly lost its stripes.

    I deleted them from Traktor collection (incl all tags) and re-imported them. This solved my problem.
    But backup your playlists in iTunes (or whatever), because the deleted tracks disappear from your Traktorīs playlists.
    Last edited by c0nsul; 10-14-2015 at 07:35 AM. Reason: hating auto correction


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    tracks are .mp3

    consul. no. i tried deleting and analyzing again


    whatever i do, there is this 1-2% of tracks that in lower section of the screen, where there is track list, bpm always stays 0 for these few songs.

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