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    Help needed

    It痴 been a while when I last played music. Had to raise few children in a meantime Now I知 planning to start DJ段ng again. My last equipment was Denon MC6000MK2 and old MacBookPro 2010 with ElCapitan and Traktor Pro 2. Now bought MacBookPro2018 with Big Sur. Planning to upgrade to Traktor Pro 3 but controller remains the same. My questions are:
    - what is the latest MC6000MK2 firmware which works with Big Sur and Traktor Pro 3?
    - is there any important issues I have to know regarding download to new Mac? Any suggestions?
    - is it wise to export Traktor 2 from old Mac to new and then upgrade to Traktor 3 or download the whole new Traktor 3 to new Mac and export only track collection from old Mac?
    - in what order it's recommended to do the data delivery between two mac's?
    I apologize my inexperience but it's been a while and now trying to get on the rails again

    Thanks in advance

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    Welcome to DJF, Marccori. Life does indeed intrude on DJ time. Glad to have you almost back.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marccori View Post
    what is the latest MC6000MK2 firmware which works with Big Sur and Traktor Pro 3?
    Someone else will have to chime in here. Maybe a quick look at the Denon site would help? I assume that the latest will work for all DJ apps.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marccori View Post
    is there any important issues I have to know regarding download to new Mac? Any suggestions?
    Traktor Pro 3 requires licensing via NI. They do it via Native Access, an app that manages TP3. This method makes it super easy to ensure that your environment is maintained.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marccori View Post
    is it wise to export Traktor 2 from old Mac to new and then upgrade to Traktor 3 or download the whole new Traktor 3 to new Mac and export only track collection from old Mac?
    I would have the Native Access upgrade to TP3 (which will be just an install). I would recommend rebuilding the library in TP3 instead of just importing TP2's library. That way, TP3 uses the latest techniques and data on your tracks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marccori View Post
    in what order it's recommended to do the data delivery between two mac's?
    I would get Native Access on the new Mac and install TP3. Then I'd copy the libary over to the new Mac. Then I'd build the TP3 library by scanning the tracks. Do what you want with the old Mac.

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    Thank a lot. Appreciate it very much.

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