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    Default traktor browser: tweaking the ordering options

    traktor's browser is pretty good but there is one thing that bothers me. i find myself switching between ordering it by bpm and ordering it by key. i want to know if there is anyway to order it by key AND bpm? in that it listes the keys in order and within each key, the songs are listed in order of bpm. this is probably not doable but i had to ask
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    No, hopefully that's something that changes in the upcoming update.
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    That would be doubleplusgood
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    this and smart playlists!!
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    Yes this is possible actually. You can only do this in playlists though, not the main collection, itunes, or explorer nodes.

    Sort by BPM first, then right click the playlist and select Consolidate. Then sort by key. Viola. Now all the tracks will be sorted by key, then the tracks within each key will be sorted by BPM.

    See here for more info... http://www.native-instruments.com/fo...d.php?t=150308

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    I guess you could make one master playlist and add any new tracks to it whenever you get them. Then use it instead of the track collection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Konix View Post
    Yes this is possible actually. You can only do this in playlists though, not the main collection, itunes, or explorer nodes.

    Sort by BPM first, then right click the playlist and select Consolidate. Then sort by key. Viola. Now all the tracks will be sorted by key, then the tracks within each key will be sorted by BPM.

    See here for more info... http://www.native-instruments.com/fo...d.php?t=150308
    this guy is right... playlists are were its at. although you still have to manually do it and consolidate after adding any new tracks to your playlist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konix View Post
    Yes this is possible actually. You can only do this in playlists though, not the main collection, itunes, or explorer nodes.

    Sort by BPM first, then right click the playlist and select Consolidate. Then sort by key. Viola. Now all the tracks will be sorted by key, then the tracks within each key will be sorted by BPM.

    See here for more info... http://www.native-instruments.com/fo...d.php?t=150308
    thank you very much, this is going to make by browsing much easier
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