What is the feature or ability you would like to have?
Linux version. It could be AppImage, Flatpak, or Snap image if it is not reasonable to build dedicated binaries for .deb (Debian, Ubuntu), .rpm (Centos, Redhat), and Aur (Arch Linux).
How will this feature help you and others?
Linux users who are DJs are a pretty niche market, but Lexicon should take note of them. Linux users are good at coding, so they could code integrations that could be used on other platforms. I don’t know what stack Lexicon uses, but I bet compiling for Linux is not too hard since there are already Mac and Windows versions. Pioneer’s CDJ USB binary format is reverse-engineered (Database Exports :: DJ Link Ecosystem Analysis), so the Linux community could create an application that queries the Lexicon SQLite database and exports the data to a USB stick that Pioneer’s CDJ players can play.
Is this feature available in an existing product? If so, what product?
The only DJ software available for Linux is MIXXX (https://mixxx.org) DJ software, which is pretty simple. On the video editing side, DaVinci Resolve has gained much popularity since the Linux version’s release. Power users have been able to configure a system just for them, and it would be great to have a similar powerful system in the DJ world.
Does a workaround currently exist?
Using Lexicon’s Windows version over Wine (https://www.winehq.org/) doesn’t work and there isn’t an entry on the Wine application database.