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End a song when you want

Bmacbmac Oct 22, 2016 04:48AM CEST

Hello. I love pacemaker! Especially the auto mix feature! There are a few things that make it a little difficult in a party atmosphere.

P.s. I am using an iPhone. I rarely have an iPad with me at a party.

1. It would be nice to end a song when you want it to end. Sometimes there is a great break in the middle of a song to bring in the next song... or a few bars of instrumental which is perfect to bring in the next song. I can pull the next song into that perfect spot, however, pacemaker decides when that first song will actually end. Sometimes it stretches the song out too long through the instrumental and I have vocals from the end of the first song competing with vocals in the beginning of the new song.

I was playing songs at a party recently and people were literally complaining about the DJ work vocals from one song are running into focus of the next song. It makes 10 seconds of a bad mix seem like forever!

2. Cue points on iPhone would be awesome!!! How many songs are there that that have a stupid intro , talking, etc. many songs have something in the beginning that needs to be skipped. This would also help with item number one above.

3. Is there still a 50 song limitation to the auto mix? I would pay money for a pro version that would increase
this limit.

Thanks for listening.

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Phillip Munn Oct 22, 2016 08:20PM CEST Pacemaker Agent
Hi Brian,

Thanks for all these suggestions. We're definitely planning on giving you more control over the mix including more ways to set start and endpoints for a mix. This is a long-term goal for us, so it'll take some time for us to make this great - keep checking back for news.
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Toenuff Nov 10, 2016 07:19AM CET
+1 to suggestions in this thread. Please also offer a way to override the snaps to beat when moving when a track starts.

I would also like to control a zero transition cut timing too - really useful for sharp cut endings into a drop on the next track. A must have when mixing rock tracks.
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Phillip Munn Nov 11, 2016 12:27AM CET Pacemaker Agent
Thanks for the input. As a workaround for the zero transition cut time, you can use the lightning bolt (instant mix) as we call it twice to achieve this. Press once to start the transition and a second time immediately to force the end of a transition. Hopefully this gives you something similar to what you are after!

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