Yes, this is a feature we plan for RB 6.0 - it will store the last 10 times the track was played. Like the "date last played" tag but storing multiple playback times.
In a first stage this will undoubtedly be very useful. But in the future I would not really be interested in having "only" the last 10 reproductions. I imagine that "only 10" is due to the difficulty of implementing it in users who do not use a database.
Maybe it's time to start extending functions according to the storage method they use. I don't use SQLite, but I tried it and it's excellent. No configuration is really needed, it is totally stable and users will not notice that there is a database running.
Actually having this information may be useful in the future, for example to analyze "the date with the most reproductions", for example because it was a hit, and it was in a list with high rotation
This was proposed previously too, but currently I'm not sure this fits RadioBOSS purpose, as its main target is automatic operation. It's a pretty complex thing, currently the list of new changes for the next version is huge, so A/B decks will have to wait
I know that is not the purpose of RadioBOSS. But the program can certainly compete against software designed for live operation. Since I try all the softwares that I find and by far RadioBOSS is my favorite. So many years here exposing ideas, they were not in bathroom
I don't know how RadioBOSS works internally, but from the debug window I can deduce that it uses several chains for the crossfader.
I use the BASS library and routing two chains through different outputs is not a complex thing.
I think the most complex problem presented here is the design of two players that should have options to pause resume playing simultaneously etc. Which was not my idea anyway when I wrote this.
I would like to know what you think about it, but I agree that this can wait.
This is what is going to happen in the 6.0 version, The point is not only Segue Editor, but how crossfades work (they are more precise in the new version) and possibility of stream preload and other things.
Great news, highly anticipated features. There is software that does very interesting things with crossfaders. There is a post of mine where I explained what I can deduce what it does, maybe it is a good time to relive it and continue investigatinghttps://www.djsoft.net/smf/index.php/topic,4877.msg25082.html#msg25082