Every turntablist worth a damn appears to have a Pioneer DJ DJM-S9 right now. And here’s a couple of performance videos from Mr Switch and Eskei89.
Having announced a consumer streaming music player, it seems that they’re bringing streaming to their flagship Serato DJ, courtesy of Pulselocker.
Hey DJ guinea pigs — Serato has some fresh stuff for you to try in the shape of the key detecting and hardware remapping Serato DJ 1.8 public beta. Dig in.
With the real threat of rekordbox, Serato has stopped sitting on its hands and is pushing out key detection and hardware remapping for Serato DJ 1.8.
Nothing new to see here, but Karl from Serato swung by the demo stage to drop an overview on Serato DJ, Flips, Pitch ‘n Time and Serato Video at BPM 2015.
One software company makes a change, and another pay the price. Serato DJ 1.7.8 fixes the broken iTunes problem, plus a few more besides.
Serato DJ 1.7.7. is out, and with it comes support for the Rane MP2015, making it the first Rane mixer supported by Traktor and Serato DJ, which is huge news.
Not new, but better — the Pioneer DDJ-SB2 with Serato DJ Intro is a worthy upgrade, featuring trims, filters, and meters, plus a new quantised trans effect.
You read the news, saw the pictures, and watched the video. Now let’s analyse the features of the DJM-S9, and what this means for Pioneer DJ and Serato.
Cat out of bag — the Pioneer DJ DJM-S9 Serato DJ fuelled 2 channel mixer is here. In black and gold, with 2 x USB and a lot of buttons. Full story within.