Dear Mixxx community,
I’ve recently upgraded from my old CDJ-1000s and bought myself a new Denon SC5000 Prime (2nd one to come when I can afford it), as I’ve finally become fed up of burning and carrying CDs. One reason I chose the SC5000 over, say, the Pioneer CDJ-2000 is because the SC5000 can perform most of the track analysis work on the player itself: this is important for me, as I run Linux and Rekordbox and Engine Prime are not well supported on Linux.
However, I am interesting in seeing whether Mixxx can replace Rekordbox or Engine Prime here insofar as being able to analyse tracks, and then export that to a USB stick in a format supported by professional players. This would allow me to use a more typical workflow, but still run as much free software as possible.
In my case, Engine Prime’s library (as written by my Denon SC5000) appears to be a series of SQLite database files. The Engine Library table schema looks fairly straightforward.
I’m not familiar with Rekordbox, but it looks like at least one person has already thought about elements of its format.
Is there any appetite for Mixxx to be able to export its library/crates/etc. to a USB stick?
Thanks in advance,