RELEASED: Serato Scratch Live 2.4.3



scratch live 2.4.3 released

Bringing up the rear is the one that started it all. Serato Scratch Live hits 2.4.3 and gets much the same stuff as its ITCH sibling, including the somewhat essential Mountain Lion support. As always, it’s free and ready for your DVS mangling pleasure.

Serato say this:

Scratch Live 2.4.3

Scratch Live 2.4.3

Serato is pleased to announce the release of Serato Scratch Live 2.4.3, the latest free update for Serato Scratch Live DJs. This release adds support for the Serato Video 1.1 update but also has some very handy new features and improvements.

This version of Scratch Live supports Mac OS X Mountain Lion.

Alongside adding support for Serato Video, we took this opportunity to include some great features that have been long standing requests. Support for the FLAC format has been requested for some time now and we are happy to add support in this release.

We have also added some great library enhancements to improve load times and stability. Alongside this, we have done a great deal of maintenance, fixed a load of bugs and done some important enhancements to keep our ongoing commitment to stability and performance. For the full list of these, refer to the Scratch Live 2.4.3 release notes.

Release Notes

Read the full Release Notes for Scratch Live 2.4.3.

  • Cutwerk

    I purchased an SL2 on Friday and had been using the beta, which seemed totally stable, but this is excellent, 95% of my digital music is FLAC; happy days.

    • coke

      Lucky you!

  • http://www.facebook.com/jslack Jason Slack

    Still no MIDI Out?

  • djshy

    FYI… version 2.4.3 messed up Mix Emergency control…

    • Cisco EL Nino

      just notice that last night :( i was lucky i had serato video … time to downgrade to 2.4.2

  • Ryan Supak

    Rock solid so far here with SL4 and Dicer. There was a dip in reliability when I first got the SL4 a few releases ago (piddly things like it not always starting up correctly when the laptop was shut and reopened.)

    Won’t gig with it until next weekend but feeling optimistic. I’d still love to be able to drag a file direct from iTunes, or at least have it sync with iTunes when I make a purchase on the fly. (This is the kind of stuff I’m concerned about, as opposed to more FX, more looping, more cuepoints, etc…) rs

    • imixmag

      In case you don’t know,If you’re in itunes and want to drag music file you just select the file in your itunes playlist or library, for mac press control and choose show in finder, it will open up the file and you then can drag it in. Yes it’s a pain but it’s an option.

      • Ryan Supak

        thanks! Yeah, that’s what I do currently. I do appreciate you taking the time to tell me though.

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