Serato DJ 1.6 plays nice with Scratch Live legacy hardware


Serato DJ 1.6 released

After years of demolishing and rebuilding foundations, Serato DJ 1.6 has been released, and is the unifying one Serato DJ to rule them all.

ITCH is scratched – say hello to SERATO DJ


serato DJ controller software ITCH replacement DJ Intro upgrade

ITCH scratched and replaced with Serato DJ. And DJ Intro users get the upgrade path they thought would never happen.

RELEASED: Serato ITCH 2.2.2


Serato itch 222 released

Someone at Serato left the door open on the beta cage today, as another product has got out. ITCH makes it to 2.2.2 with a decent selection of cool new stiff.

Serato Update 2: ITCH v2.2.2 Public beta


Serato Itch Public Beta v2.2.2

Another update from Serato, this time to their ITCH controller software. Fixes and some important new features worthy of more than a minor mention in an update.

REVIEW – Vestax VCI-380 DJ Controller Part 2


Vestax VCI-380 Serato ITCH DJ Controller review (14)

In the second full Vestax VCI-380 review, Chris Cartledge gets a little more intimate with the more mixer based elements.

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REVIEW: Vestax VCI-380 DJ Controller Part 1


Vestax VCI-380 Serato ITCH DJ Controller review (22)

Vestax take all lessons learned from their DJ controllers, and make the VCI-380. Mark Settle plays tunes, writes words and snaps pictures.

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REVIEW: Vestax VCI-400 Controller Part 2


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In the second of 2 full reviews, guest reviewer Ken Uston pours over the Vestax VCI-400, in particular the software side of things.

REVIEW: Vestax VCI-400 Controller Part 1


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The Vestax VCI-400 is a beast of a MIDI controller. Legendary UK DJ and guest writer Paul Dakeyne takes one for a test drive.

Vestax VCI-380 – a first brief play


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The VCI-380 came and went into the DJWORX office over a lunch break. But I spent enough time to get a good feel for it.

Serato Video out – Fatboy Slim approves


Serato Video Fatboy Slim Icon Series

Serato finally release Serato Video, and are somewhat chuffed that Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim is happy to be the poster boy for it.