Stream bpm supreme’s Music Library in rekordbox ver. 6.6.4 This Summer
Update: Since the time of publishing, BPM Supreme’s streaming launch has been rescheduled. Consistent with our company’s high standards, our goal is to provide the leading, innovative streaming service focused on music discovery, the best DJ-ready content, and an exceptional user experience. To achieve our goals, including our collaboration with Pioneer DJ’s rekordbox software, we require more time and will be rescheduling the launch of our streaming integration to a later date.
This summer, DJs will be able to perform with millions of tracks from bpm supreme’s expansive streaming library directly within AlphaTheta Corporation (formerly Pioneer DJ) rekordbox ver. 6.6.4. Keep reading for more.
bpm supreme Support
The version 6.6.4 update for rekordbox features support for the all-new streaming service from bpm supreme, plus Cloud Analysis capabilities for quick track analysis. With support for bpm supreme, rekordbox artists can play high quality tracks from the millions available in the bpm supreme’s expansive streaming catalog, including new releases, playlists, and exclusive songs.
DJs and artists can add tracks to their rekordbox playlists and perform with them using Hot Cues, loops, and Beat Jumps. With a Premium bpm supreme subscription plan, songs can be stored in an “offline crate” to play later with or without WiFi.
With rekordbox ver. 6.6.4, DJs and artists can use the new Cloud Analysis feature to analyze tracks faster. How it works is when you load a new song in the latest version of the software, and the Cloud Analysis feature is on, rekordbox automatically gauges whether or not the track has been analyzed previously in another DJ’s setup.
If rekordbox detects previous track analysis, the data, including waveform, BPM, beat grid, and vocal position, transfers to the rekordbox library. If the track lacks previous analysis, rekordbox will analyze the track as usual and then send the data to its servers where it’ll be stored permanently – ready to help other DJs. Cloud Analysis works with tracks stored on an artist’s hard drive and tracks from streaming services.