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Thread: Any way to visually recognize downbeats in tracks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystical View Post
    I'm going to try this out but yes I get all that you guys are saying thanks.
    Some old mixers even went further with this idea and had flashing LEDs showing when the beat hit based on the level of the track. [you see it near the crossfader]



    it works about as well as you would expect...
    bored, curious, deaf or just bad taste in music?
    finally a mix by me
    and what's this, another shoddy mix...another dull mix

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    Yes, I had a Numark Beatkeeper II many years ago which dedicated to this and also a Mixer with this feature. I don't know why modern controllers and DJ softwares doesn't have this?

    For "my" purpose I have to use only whatever equipment and library my buds have whenever I visit them to hang out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystical View Post
    Yes, I had a Numark Beatkeeper II many years ago which dedicated to this and also a Mixer with this feature. I don't know why modern controllers and DJ softwares doesn't have this?
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    Because a single older generation LED makes a modern controller look cheap, when you have autosync and a whole beat gridded waveform on screen
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