Showing keys the same as Mixed in Key

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Alex

07 Feb, 2016 11:46 AM

Hi guys,

it would be great if you could help me.

At some MP3s Mixed in key doesn't work so I tried Beatunes.

The problem is that Beatunes doesn't show the keys at mixed in key. At "selection.de" the author writes that it is possible when I change it to "EDM Analysis" and so on but it still doesn't work.

Is there anyone who could show me how I could do it?

Many thanks :)

  1. 1 Posted by Alex on 07 Feb, 2016 11:51 AM

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    It would be great if it could show keys like the camelot system.

    I have seen that link but I can't understand it ;)

    http://blog.beatunes.com/2014/08/beatunes-404-configurable-key-formats.html

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by hendrik on 09 Feb, 2016 08:51 AM

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    Alex,

    The link basically says that you can make beaTunes display keys in its own UI any which way you like—via a plugin. A sample plugin is given on https://www.beatunes.com/en/beatlet-keytextrenderer.html#groovykeyt...

    Coincidentally, the format displayed by the sample should be eerily familiar to you. :-)

    To use it, just place the attached file into the plugin directory and restart beaTunes (see also http://help.beatunes.com/kb/plugins/how-to-install-a-plugin). After the restart, you will see a new option in the display format in beaTunes general preferences.

    Note that this does not mean, that the same format is also embedded into your files.

    Hope this helps,

    -hendrik

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by hendrik on 11 Feb, 2016 09:15 AM

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    Hey Alex,

    did you get this to work?

    -hendrik

  4. 4 Posted by Alex Zdravici on 11 Feb, 2016 11:26 AM

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    Hi Henrik,
     
    many thanks. I will try this at the weekend, thank you
     
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    From: hendrik (Support staff)

    Hey Alex,

    did you get this to work?

    -hendrik

    On Tue, Feb 09 at 12:51 AM PST, hendrik wrote:

    Alex,

    The link basically says that you can make beaTunes display keys in its own UI any which way you like—via a plugin. A sample plugin is given on https://www.beatunes.com/en/beatlet-keytextrenderer.html#groovykeyt...

    Coincidentally, the format displayed by the sample should be eerily familiar to you. :-)

    To use it, just place the attached file into the plugin directory and restart beaTunes (see also http://help.beatunes.com/kb/plugins/how-to-install-a-plugin). After the restart, you will see a new option in the display format in beaTunes general preferences.

    Note that this does not mean, that the same format is also embedded into your files.

    Hope this helps,

    -hendrik

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  5. Support Staff 5 Posted by hendrik on 11 Feb, 2016 11:45 AM

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    many thanks. I will try this at the weekend, thank you

    Cool.
    Just FYI: Starting tomorrow, I will be traveling and won't be available for quick answers.

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