Serato does love vinyl. It’s at the very core of what they do, so they’ve made it part of their ethos to always keep a regular stream of limited editions coming for the established control vinyl collectors. And they won’t be disappointed with these Red Bull Thre3Style battle 10″ editions, coming in red, gold, and blue pairs. Hurry — these will sell in an instant and change hands for a lot more within a matter of months.
As a DJ, you should be focussed on your gear, and not the laptop screen. The Numark NV Serato DJ controller aims to do away with the vacant DJ laptop gaze.
MixEmergency 2.6.1 is an incremental bug fix release. But v2.7 is teased as being the next big release and promises to be pretty special. Can’t wait.
When Sam Gribben decided to leave Serato, they got him a leaving gift that money simply cannot buy. Behold the retro styling joy of the Pioneer SG-1.
Want four channels but are on a budget? Can the Serato powered Reloop Beatmix 4 deliver without cutting corners? Jared Helfer plays and writes.
The next update is here. Serato DJ 1.6.3 makes LEDs better, fixes the DDJ-SZ touch issue, and makes the CDJ-900NXS a Serato Accessory – no CDs necessary.
Serato has been an industry leader in time stretching, but not in the DJ world. But Pitch ‘N Time is in expansion pack form. Arkaei stretches his tunes.
MixEmergency 2.5 adds key features including a massive amount of new MIDI features, flexibility with presets, and more media slots.
It might seem like a small thing, but adding slicer to the Serato Remote app might just have changed the way hardware and software operates.
Serato DJ 1.6.1 nudges onwards, and rolls in Serato Video and Serato Remote updates, as well as a smattering of bug fixes.