Removing Traktor tags from mp3s?
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    Default Removing Traktor tags from mp3s?

    Okay so I figured out that the traktor tag data (and especially the bpm) are creating a bug with Denon's Music Manager; when I use it to analyze tracks that were previously analyzed by Traktor, for some reasons the bpms get all rounded up; so instead of getting 128.6 I get 128. Which is HIGHLY annoying when mixing and can throw you off while mixing on the denon turntables sometimes if you are not careful.

    I tested it with 'fresh' tracks; so i know its not some strange problem that the denon music manager developped due to a corrupted database or anything. A fresh track that was not previously analyzed by Traktor will get the right bpm, while the same track, but analyzed by traktor will get rounded.

    Is there a way to completely clean up the mp3s and remove anything related to traktor out of them?

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    Traktor doesnt round the BPM though..?

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    Maybe the Denon software is rounding the traktor BPM's? Do the tracks show up as a rounded number in Traktor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    Maybe the Denon software is rounding the traktor BPM's? Do the tracks show up as a rounded number in Traktor?
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    Traktor does not round bpm or show as rounded (unless you are using Traktor 3 and use the 'Round Bpm' button).
    iTunes and others only show rounded bpms.

    From what i can see the Denon M.M only shows 3 bpm digits anyway.

    Maybe id a track is 125.7 , Denon shows it as 125 but after Traktor analyis the true bpm is written to the track as 125.7 and Denon re-reads this as 126 ???
    If so you would be better of with the second reading.

    Just a guess.

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    I was wondering if the tracks show up rounded in Traktor after being read by the Denon software. Although after thinking about it a little more I doubt that's the case.
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