It’s coming up to two months since Apple released their latest OS X update dubbed El Capitan. Is it OK to upgrade yet? We round up the latest news.
Having announced a consumer streaming music player, it seems that they’re bringing streaming to their flagship Serato DJ, courtesy of Pulselocker.
Serato has an announcement that’s worthy of doing a press conference and live stream at 6pm Dutch time from ADE 2015. Ray is there, and an embargo is here.
Serato Pyro for iOS is a music player that makes playlists sound much better by doing its very best to seamlessly mix and select tracks for you.
Rekord Buddy 2 edges ever closer. Damien Sirkis from Next Audio Labs walks us through what will most likely be the released version at BPM 2015.
Entry level DJing doesn’t have to mean gimmicky rubbish. Numark’s Mixtrack Pro 3 is the ideal first controller. Mark played and turned thoughts into words.
Take one wicked scratch DJ, give him a wicked scratch mixer, and add a hot track. Skratch Bastid meets the Rane TTM57 MKII and messes with NWXRK by Nadus.
Allen & Heath’s renewed DJ activity saw them in hall 5 with everyone else. And a steady stream of people had a dabble with the new Serato DJ Xone:43C mixer.
Already accidentally outed last week, Allen & Heath has now officially announced the Xone:43C, with X:LINK, USB, and Serato Club Kit compatibility.
Watch DJ Jazzy Jeff do his legendary Peter Piper routine, and then chat with former Serato CEO Sam Gribben for Serato’s Icon series.