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Dropbox Account For Professional Plan

Hi Brains Trust.

Do you still need a hard drive with your music collection physically on there in a dropbox folder for Dropbox to read from with the new Rekordbox Professional plan like with the Rekordbox Creative plan.

Dj Cain Answered

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You actually don't need it for either plan - so long as your Dropbox folder is set for the "online only" sync mode, you can have it take very little space on your drive. When a song is loaded within rekordbox, Dropbox grabs it from the server and it's then loaded into a deck. The file will eventually time-out and Dropbox removes it from the drive (although it's still listed).

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Thankyou Pulse, I did not realize this! you have been a massive help!!

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Why does it take almost 3 days to upload my music to the cloud and going on 2 weeks and counting to analyze it ...I have a TB of music with a GiG wifi connection windows 11 i7 16gb 1 TB drive Lenovo Legion this is absolutely insane

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