In this tutorial, I explain how the iTunes/Rekordbox Collection Backup Tool (CBT) and the Denon Conversion Utility (DeCU) operate in tandem to convert an iTunes or Music.app collection to a Denon performance drive.
I also show how you can later inject DJ metadata (cues, loops, grid etc) to this drive without getting duplicates tracks on the drive or in your EP collection.
Full-res diagrams with all the required steps for every possible workflow to create a Denon Prime performance drive can be downloaded here:
The Denon Conversion Utility (DeCU) and the iTunes Rekordbox Collection Backup Tool (CBT) are bundled together. You can buy them here:
01:00 Why using these tools instead of Engine Prime?
02:34 How it works in schematics
05:30 Formatting a drive ExFAT
05:56 Conversion from iTunes
09:14 Showing results on SC5000
10:20 Adding tracks to iTunes and converting it over
13:26 Showing results on SC5000
14:26 Adding some cues & loops to the tracks using Rekordbox
18:14 Showing results
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