Lexicon Manual

The place to learn everything about Lexicon. Be sure to read about the Lexicon workflow.


To share or export your tracks to a file, right click a playlist and choose Share.

Don't confuse this with Sync: Sync let's you update your DJ apps so they are the same as Lexicon.

You have the following ways of sharing playlists:

Quick Copy

Copies the track title and artists directly to your clipboard.

Quick Copy (With Numbers)

The same as Quick Copy but adds a line number infront of each line.

Save As File

You can export your tracks to the following file types:

  • CSV
  • M3U
  • HTML / PDF


The CSV file will have all the tracks and columns you selected earlier in that order.


The M3U file is a list of track paths and their artist and title in the extended M3U information.


You can download your selection as a plain HTML file. This is mostly useful if you want to print your tracks.

The HTML is a printer friendly file. To print it, just open the HTML file in your browser and print it.

You can save the file as PDF by selecting the Save to PDF option after pressing Print.

Re-ordering your selection

You can change which columns are exported by right clicking the column header. You can drag to change the order of the columns.

You can sort columns by clicking on the column header and by holding CMD or CTRL you can sort by multiple columns. For example, you could sort by Key and then BPM. You can quickly select multiple tracks by holding the SHIFT button.

Send To Spotify

You can send your tracks to a Spotify playlists. This does not upload your tracks but matches them to the corresponding tracks on Spotify. Lexicon will try its best to find the correct tracks and add them to a new playlist. Some tracks may not be found. Lexicon will create a report where you can find out which tracks could not be found.

It really helps to have clean track titles when sending tracks to Spotify, so consider using Smart Fixes to clean them.