Serato DJ 1.5.2 hits, and brings a new FX pack, support for new controllers, and a heap of fixes.
Serato DJ 1.5 is out now with a unified interface, new features and bug fixes. All we need now is the funky new shiny to go with it.
Pioneer’s controller offering just got bigger, and ironically smaller. the Pioneer DDJ-SR is a 2 channel version of the DDJ-SX.
Pioneer proffers the perfect pearly piece of professional performance pleasure. Yes, the Pioneer DDJ-SX now comes in pearly white.
With the demise of Scratch Live comes Rane’s response. The Rane Sixty Four is Serato DJ ready right out of the box, a box that hits the streets in October.
The regular DJM-900 gets an all new Serato DJ infusion. The Pioneer DJM-900SRT is the same, but importantly radically different.
With the momentous Serato DJ announcement yesterday comes the first add-on controller. Say hello to the Pioneer DDJ-SP1.
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.
Serato DJ 1.3 brings FX Expansion packs, favourite effects list, slip mode and finally comes to Twitch and VCI-300.
Serato DJ 1.2.1 gets Serato Remote love, free Loopmasters content, and Numark N4 and Vestax Typhoon owners get an upgrade path to Serato DJ.