Are there any DJ record pools that connect with Traktor Pro 3?

Barbaraalfonzo
Barbaraalfonzo Member Posts: 3 Noise

Greetings!

I'm looking for a DJ pool that can streamline with Traktor pro 3, are there any?

Ps: I'm brand new to all this. I'm an ecstatic dance facilitator who just started Djing.

Thank you!

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  • Wyley
    Wyley CanadaMember Posts: 236 Saw
    Answer ✓

    Hello and welcome to the forum.

    So far Traktor has integration with 'Beatport (https://www.beatport.com) and Beatsource LINK (https://www.beatsource.com)' subscription streaming services with a few others that might pop up in the future. The cons with these services is that you don't own any of the music but you do have the option of purchasing individual tracks.

    There is ZipDJ https://www.zipdj.com which you get to keep the music you download.

    Nothing is really streamlined when it comes to building your collection.

  • Wyley
    Wyley CanadaMember Posts: 236 Saw
    edited February 19 Answer ✓

    Apple Music should have compilations form those times you can purchase. You can check out any local shop that sells used cds too. That's how I built up my collection of oldies. 😉

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  • Wyley
    Wyley CanadaMember Posts: 236 Saw
    Answer ✓

    Hello and welcome to the forum.

    So far Traktor has integration with 'Beatport (https://www.beatport.com) and Beatsource LINK (https://www.beatsource.com)' subscription streaming services with a few others that might pop up in the future. The cons with these services is that you don't own any of the music but you do have the option of purchasing individual tracks.

    There is ZipDJ https://www.zipdj.com which you get to keep the music you download.

    Nothing is really streamlined when it comes to building your collection.

  • Barbaraalfonzo
    Barbaraalfonzo Member Posts: 3 Noise

    Thank you Wyley! I just signed up for Digital Dj Pool, do you know of any where you can find music fro 60s 70s and after? I'm particular DJing for a friends grandma bday party and they want this type of music. I have been able to find any that go way back.

  • Wyley
    Wyley CanadaMember Posts: 236 Saw
    edited February 19 Answer ✓

    Apple Music should have compilations form those times you can purchase. You can check out any local shop that sells used cds too. That's how I built up my collection of oldies. 😉

  • Barbaraalfonzo
    Barbaraalfonzo Member Posts: 3 Noise

    Thank you Wyley! 🙏

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