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# Searching With DigiJ
This is the main DigiJ window, and is your interface into your music database! The search window controls and calls all other windows within the program. The other sections of the program are called through the menu at the top of this window. Any song or group of songs in your library is easily found and edited right in the search results grid. DigiJ is fully integrated with Nullsoft\'s Winamp. Any track in the song list grid can be played or queue\'d instantly!
# BPM Tempo Calculation and Camelot Harmonic Key Tools
DigiJ provides two tools to help you beat mix and key match in real time. The Harmonic Music Key assistant automates the Camelot music wheel, providing you with an instant reference as to what music keys are compatible with other tracks. Click on any key in the chart for a quick compatibility reference, or hover your mouse over any key¡¯d track in the search results grid. You can instantly narrow search results by compatible keys. The BPM Tempo Calculation tool helps you determine how much speed correction tracks will need in order to match tempos. Tap the track that¡¯s currently playing, switch channels and tap the cue¡¯d track for an instant tempo difference calculation.
# Importing Music
To use DigiJ, you first need to import entries into your database. There are several ways to do this, from dragging and dropping your music library folder into the song list grid, using the Music File importing utility, importing database entries from Microsoft Excel, Tab or Comma Separated Value text files (TSV/CSV), or cataloging your CD library through freeDB. CD Text is also supported. You can also link music files with existing database entries, if you\'ve originally created them with a music service (Promo Only / ERG / RPM\'s Top Hits USA) import but also have the corresponding music file. Whether you are linking current database entries with Music Files or building your database for the first time with Music Files, DigiJ¡¯s import utility can help. This window may be a little overwhelming at first because of all the options and choices. The form is complicated, but the numerous controls are available to you to help generate the most accurate media library possible. DigiJ will read information form ID3 version 2.x first, version 1.x second, and will directly parse the MP3 file¡¯s name if information still can not be collected. DigiJ then compares the obtained information against what already exists in its database, to avoid duplicate entries. Importing new database entries from Excel or Separated Value text files allows you to quickly and easily build your DigiJ database! If you only have your tracks listed in Excel or in any other database that allows you to export to Excel, the power of DigiJ is only a few clicks away. The freeDB data importing utility makes entering information about your compact
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