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    Default Mixed in key??

    Worth it or nah?

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    nah

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    How about the program by them that sets all your volume levels equally on all your mp3's... That i'm actually quite interested in. considering music u get off blogs arent exactly all the same volume as say ones you buy from beatport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krist3ch View Post
    How about the program by them that sets all your volume levels equally on all your mp3's... That i'm actually quite interested in. considering music u get off blogs arent exactly all the same volume as say ones you buy from beatport.
    Mixed in key I use.

    Platinum Notes is the thing that changes levels etc. I'm personally not a fan of it, for the simple reason I wouldnt really play a track if the quality wasnt up to spec anything else I can sort with some eqing. My worry is PN will colour things a bit too much. But i know a few people who use it and are happy with the results.

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    Beatport lists key information now, no need for MiK anymore
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    Don't like the idea of Platinum notes, just decoding and the reencoding a lossy file is only going to degrade the quality (makes sense for wavs etc)
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    i use it! not 100% successful but good enough, and cheap too
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    Quote Originally Posted by djchriswoods.co.uk View Post
    i use it! not 100% successful but good enough, and cheap too
    I will second this.
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    I use it, but I'm considering moving away from the Camelot system. I don't use Platinum notes as i rely n Traktors auto gain. If I played CD's I might consider it.
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    I like mixed in key; have no use for platinum notes. Most of my collection is mp3 and I worry about any kind of transcoding.
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