Despite being discontinued software with an established replacement, some DJs steadfastly continue to use use Serato Scratch Live. Tell us why.
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.
Gather up your stuff Scratch Live users, because it’s time to move house. Serato DJ 1.6 beta is here and ready for your Rane hardware.
To understand why Serato DJ 1.5 has ousted Scratch Live, you absolutely must watch Serato’s CEO Sam Gribben explain the decision. It will all become clear.
A historic day has arrived. Serato has announced the introduction of Serato DJ 1.5, complete with DVS, meaning the retirement of Serato Scratch Live.
Serato Scratch Live 2.5 is out, making plug and play with the new Serato Remote, CDJ2000Nexus and MIDI output for button lights.
There’s nothing I like less than leaning across to my laptop when DJing. But Serato have all but eradicated it with their new Serato Remote app.
Now out of a short-lived beta, Serato Scratch Live makes it to v2.4.4, with some humdingers nailed and things generally cleaned up.
A new Serato Scratch Live beta is upon us. Version 2.4.4 beta fixes bugs and optimises installation. Grab it today.
Out of beta and into your sweaty hands is Serato Scratch Live 2.4.3. Video, FLAC, and Mountain Lion ready. Grab it now. Well after you’ve read about it first.