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How do I add music to my prime engine?

Every DJ knows what prime engine means. It’s DJing management and analysis software that is used to optimize DJs’ music libraries and their playback experiences. Each of them knows how to work with the system. However, what about newcomers? What are the most popular questions that newbies ask?

 How do I add music to my Prime engine?

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We don’t know how many questions arise in the minds of beginners. Nonetheless, we know the question that everyone asks themselves exactly: “How do I add music to my Prime engine?

Now we are going to give you a clear answer to this question.

There are two ways how users can add music to the prime engine. Both of them are quite easy and useful. Let’s start with the first one.

Every user has an opportunity to add his songs from the desktop. In this case, all he needs to do is to follow the next steps:

  • Open the prime engine;
  • Tap plus button near the “Collection” section;
  • Create playlist;
  • Copy all songs from your desktop and paste them into the created playlist.

The process won’t take too much time. However, if a person is an active user of iTunes or Serato, he can import music libraries to the prime engine in minutes by going through the next steps:

  • Open the prime engine;
  • Find buttons that can help to link Serato and iTunes with the prime engine, that are located on the left panel;
  • Tap the necessary one;
  • Tap the button “Update”.

The prime engine provides such a great variety of possibilities for all its users. However, what can users do if they don’t have libraries on such platforms as Serato and iTunes? Do they have an opportunity to add their tunes from streaming services like Spotify, Tidal, and others?

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 The answer is simple. No, they can’t add them directly. Nonetheless, we know which service can be useful in this case. It’s MusConv, a special platform that can transfer musical content between more than 50 music apps. It has helped thousands of DJs in transferring tunes from Tidal and Sound Cloud to iTunes. DJs were satisfied with MusConv. What will be your assessment of the service?