After a period of announcements and betas, Serato DJ 1.9 is out, and is pretty much dedicated to the integration of subscription service Pulselocker.
Streaming comes to Serato DJ 1.9 beta via Pulselocker integration. So we decided to login, stream, and see what the fuss is about.
After a little teasing, new kid on the block Mixars is ready to show their stuff. And their first things is the DUO, a Serato DJ ready scratch mixer.
The biggest new feature on the NS7 III was undoubtably the three screens. Now you can have them with your Serato DJ hardware thanks to the Numark Dashboard.
Massively ruining a carefully orchestrated launch, the leaked everywhere Denon DJ MCX-8000 Serato DJ and Engine 1.5 controller is here. And we have pics.
To gauge reaction, Numark posted an NS7II with screens. Then they went and made it into the NS7III. Mark sees if his favourite controller got better still.
Despite being discontinued software with an established replacement, some DJs steadfastly continue to use use Serato Scratch Live. Tell us why.
Allen & Heath has brought out an update to their four channel club mixer, now with a built in audio interface. But is the Xone:43C any good?
As Serato DJ edges towards v2, the bug fixing of the current version continues. Serato DJ 1.8.1 breaks out the swatter and despatches a solid number.
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.