Format key information

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18 Jan, 2010 01:58 AM


I really like the color coded key information and the little mark which I assume is related to the circle of fifths

Other key'ing applications like rapid evolution and mixed in key offer the ability to format the key information with the camelot mixing wheel number in front of the key. Eg: 3A A#m

The advantage of this is that it allows the user to have tracks that key well located next to each other.

Is there any way to do this in BeaTunes?


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by hendrik on 18 Jan, 2010 09:15 AM

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    I would really like to display that camelot code, but Mixed in Key makes this a little difficult. Please see

    Infact, beaTunes used to display the code and then was informed that I would have to license it, which is why I removed it.

    But yes, the ticks on the color key representation represent the circle of fiths.

    Hope this helps,


  2. 2 Posted by rishi on 18 Jan, 2010 10:02 AM

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    OK thanks for the response.

    Not very nice of MIK indeed!!!

  3. hendrik closed this discussion on 18 Jan, 2010 04:20 PM.

  4. rishi re-opened this discussion on 18 Jan, 2010 11:03 PM

  5. 3 Posted by rishi on 18 Jan, 2010 11:03 PM

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    Just a thought. I can do this in Rapid Evolution

    How is this possible then, I doubt there is any licensing as it is a free product

  6. Support Staff 4 Posted by hendrik on 19 Jan, 2010 11:47 AM

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    Well, either the rapid evolution author has an agreement with MIK or he chose to ignore any legal hassles. This is really a question only he can answer.


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