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Pitch Display to 2 Decimal Points?

I just downloaded the latest Rekordbox DJ (performance) and noticed that there's no way to display 2 decimal points on the pitch percent. I'm using a 13" Macbook and noticed the BPM display was the same until I changed the view from horizontal to vertical. It seems the larger display showed the extra decimal for BPM. I tried looking through settings but can't for the life of me figure out how to show an extra decimal for the pitch range.

On a normal CDJ, if you raise the pitch it goes +1.00, +1.05, +1.10, +1.15, +1.20. In Rekordbox, it goes from +1.0 to +1.1 to +1.2. Is it possible to change this?

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I completely agree, i would love to have the two decimal points in the BPM display, i like mixing three, four decks and love the long drawn out mixes and need that accuracy. I would easily accept something similar to the CDJs where is goes up in 0.05 increments.

 

Please advise if this can be updated ASAP.

Murray Smythe 0 votes
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Been asked for loads of times by myself and loads of othere paying users. Should be such a simple fix to impliment. Especially seeing as it gives you 2dp in 2 Deck Vertical view with less horizontal space to fit it in? 

(KB) Kieran Bowley 0 votes
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Exactly and you hardly need it when mixing two decks, i need it to be reflected in 4 deck horizontal. I have managed to hide the platter in the view menu but even then decks 3 and 4 aren't shown at all but 1 and 2 are? Also frustrating is when changing the pitch fader on my DDJ RZ it can't change in increments of 0.01 so you could have one track at 125.06 and the closest you will get it is 125.05 and then every 0.04 or 0.05 + or -.

It would be good if it changed at least the same increments like every 0.05 and only on these numbers and nothing in between. 

At least we would know that the BPM will be the same and not 0.01 different.

Murray Smythe 0 votes
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Im With you on this guys. I had a DDJ-SX. it went up in .1% jumps. All of my mixes were slightly out of time.

 

I bought a set of denon sc2900's, they did .02% jumps and they were brilliant. Unfortunately their software was awefull so none of the looping functions/slip worked.

 

I now have a DDJ-RX and I'm having the same problem. Please sort this pioneer. We shouldn't have to be constantly nudging our mixes back into sync and I don't wanna use the sync functions as this is CHEATING.

Adam Pilkington 0 votes
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This! Also fed up with having to rely on Bpm read outs to see if I've affected the pitch. You'd of thought on a 750+ item this would be standard. Especially seeing that you can use the software for digital vinyl

Daniel Grinnell 0 votes
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