An incremental update to Serato DJ 1.6.2 and Serato DJ Intro 1.2 welcomes new hardware, and makes Reloop’s RP-8000 an official Serato accessory.
Serato DJ 1.6.1 nudges onwards, and rolls in Serato Video and Serato Remote updates, as well as a smattering of bug fixes.
Integrated into Serato DJ (for a fee), Serato Video take a few steps forward in functionality, including video recording and active audio effects.
Inklen’s MixEmergency 2.4 is officially supported in Serato DJ. Yes, that’s officially — not through a back door, but with a Serato rubber stamp.
First seen at NAMM 2014, I ventured off to Pioneer for a play with the DDJ-SZ. And yes, the air horn button is real. I got video.
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.
Izotope and BT got together and created a digitial melting pot of beat and break making and mashing madness. Take a look at Izoptope Break Tweaker.
Reloop always has something to show at trade shows, and NAMM 2014 brought forth the Terminal Mix 8 controller, and an RP-8000 demo from DJ Angelo.
Pioneer took centre stage at NAMM 2014 with their immense DDJ-SZ Serato DJ fuelled controller, and the smaller RMX-500 effector.
Put the Terminal Mix 4 in the blender with Serato DJ and out comes the Reloop Terminal Mix 8, a familiar controller with all that is good and RGB coloured.