Sorry, but as I indicated before, anything that relies on remembering that eg "I'm 20 minutes into my current Genre/Target schedule" is beyond my capabilities, When I took up modifying ScrobblerDJ it was out of desperation that changes to LastFM and MediaMonkey had "broken" ScrobblerDJ, and I tried hard to get someone else to run with it but to no avail.theweasel68 wrote:I like this idea of incremental steps - could be a very elegant way to solve this. The question is, if also the time range for certain BPM level or range can be set. Lets say: 90 BPM for the first 60min (+-10BPM), then next 120 min 120BPM, then 80BPM, etc. Maybe such a feature will be too abstract and not usable in praxis. Also because BPM measuring doesnt seem to work good in general, what I can read in other threads on the forum.
Probably it would be better to restrict the playlist to certain genres? For example: I would like to start with "Electronica" for the first 30min, then go to "Alternative" for the next 30min, then to "Progressive Rock; Metal" next 60min, back to "Alternative Rock" for 30min and then finally again "Electronice for an undefined time.
Somehtin like this maybe makes more sense in praxis?
If you really need that, I would suggest looking up add-ons that add batches of tracks instead - I've seen them on here, but can't remember any particulars.
As to genres, apart from using ScrobblerDJ's Default Playlist option (which I would strongly recommend in the short term) the best I might be able to offer is a rolling "use the current track's genre" option, if implemented right it can branch if a track has more than one genre seperated by semicolons.
As yet though I am still working on the BPM interface. (I use an external program to find my track's BPM's by the way, while MediaMonkey can handle BPM once it has been told what it is, I don't think it can detect BPM by itself).