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Mixed in Key 6 comes with a tutorial to make introducing this technique into your digital DJing as simple as possible.

Mixed In Key 6 (US$69) is
the latest version of the market-leading key mixing program, which
allows DJs to exploit this advanced and highly musical technique
in the planning and playing of their DJ sets. Claiming such big names
as David Guetta and Pete Tong as regular users, it is the most heavily
marketed of the key detection systems currently available to DJs.
Adding a music player, key search engine, multi-key detection, better file compatibility (M6A and MP6 are added), and a claimed improvement in accuracy, Mixed In Key 6 also appears to be the most complete
version of the software to date. Let’s put it through its paces.

An introduction to mixing in key
in key or “harmonic mixing” is one of the great musical leaps that
digital DJing has put in the hands of just about anyone. Anyone, that
is, who’s not tone deaf and who is prepared to put in just a bit of work
to understand what it’s all about.
One of the great musical leaps that digital DJing has put in the hands of just about anyone…

This technique
can make any DJ set sound many times better, helping it to flow,
suggesting excellent musical pairing the DJ might not otherwise have
thought of, and making impromptu “mash-ups” a cinch.
the realm of musicians-cum-DJs and a small number of other DJs who took
the considerable time necessary to work out how to do it manually, now –
thanks to products like Mixed In Key 6 – it is possible for all DJs to
explore these techniques.

How it works
In Key’s big leap was to take the musical theory behind key mixing and
make it accessible to DJs, by doing two things: Firstly, it detected the
key of a tune automatically, and secondly it represented this in a way
that the DJ could immediately use to try key-compatible mixes.
What is musical key?
All music has a key, and most Western music and practically all dance music is pretty simple – it will be in one of eight keys and will be either
“major” or “minor”. Music in the same key mixes well, and music in
related keys mixes well too.
You no longer need to understand all of this stuff to use key mixing in your DJing.

the beauty of Mixed In Key and similar programs is you don’t need to
understand any of this, because by following their system, you just look
for tunes that the program tells you are likely to match, and mix away.
mixing in key certainly doesn’t guarantee a good mix, and while such
software doesn’t always get its analysis right, as long as you use your
ears too, you can discover great mixes far faster than you would if you
spent the time to “key” all your tunes manually (it’s possible – if you
have a piano keyboard, some musical training, and about six months).


In use
In Key has always been simple to use. It opens a small window into
which you drag your tunes. You give it some basic information (where you
want it to record the key information, ie in the “comments” tag, in the
filename, in the “key” tag of the MP3; whether you want it to add tempo
information too; what key notation you want it to use – its own
“Camelot notation” is default and is one of its strengths, so you won’t
want to change this), hit “start”, and off it goes.
new version has dual core support so whizzes through your tunes faster
than ever if you have a dual core processor, but nonetheless you’ll want
to leave it running overnight for the average collection – mine is about 611 tunes and it still took an hour or two.
Quality of key detection
Mixed In Key’s makers have in the past stressed it is optimised for dance music, but also have rewritten the key detection algorithm for
this version and are overall claiming it to be the most accurate ever.
how the software has spotted multiple key changes within the track. I
believe this track is definitely one key all the way through despite
what the software reckons, but it’s a useful tool to have in addition to
the simple single-key analysis nonetheless.

only get a sense of this after DJing with the results for a while, so I
can’t give you a definitive answer as to how accurate it is, but I’d
guess it is going to get things exactly right two-thirds to
three-quarters of the time, which is ballpark what the best of these
programs manage to achieve. That’s why your ears are important – if it
sounds bad, trust them, not a computer algorithm!
noticed that the software has introduced a “none” result, for those
nosebleed techno tracks with no discernible musicality in them at all!
The manual states that these will “mix well with anything” – or nothing,
I guess, depending upon your sensibilities!
Mixed In Key 6 adds a useful new feature that I haven’t seen in other
key mixing programs, which is the ability to spot key changes in tracks.
It does this by treating each track as segments rather than a whole.
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