Is it only me who thinks it's absolutely crazy to hava a mp3-software from the biggest brand of CD-players and not be able to burn your CDs there? I can understand the agenda to have people switch from CD's to files, and therefor make the software for the file-functions only. But It just don't feel thought through. Before Pioneer can promise us CDJ2000 at every club all the times you will still always need to burn your music on CDs. What have happend now is that you make you tracklists in Recordbox and your other program and then burn plus copy = twice the work for each gig. This have made it impossible for me to switch over to Recordbox completely, which is my wish. How hard can it be to have a connection to the computers CD-burner? Is it politics or technical issues?
Sometimes I wonder if Pioneer forgets who are their end users, only focusing on the "big names". Their needs maybe lead the way for the rest of us, but the only thing I ask for is a decent chance to make the improvements without spending too much time. Accessibility should not be underestimated
What do you think?