Integrated into Serato DJ (for a fee), Serato Video take a few steps forward in functionality, including video recording and active audio effects.
Serato Remote gets an update, and brings slicer mode to every user of Serato DJ, even if their hardware doesn’t have pads.
Reloop announced the only new DJ gear at Musikmesse 2014. The Beatmix 2 and Beatmix 4 fill the budget friendly area of Reloop’s range.
It might look like it, but not all 4 channel controllers are created the same. Denon’s MC6000 MK2 gets a Serato facelift, and stands out in the crowd.
The Rane Sixty Four is a beast of a mixer, so only a few DJs are really capable of reviewing it. One such DJ is arkaei, and he did just that.
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.
Serato wouldn’t be in their industry leading position without Sam Gribben. And after 10 years, he’s handing the Serato CEO reigns for new challenges.
Having finally sorted the foundation, Serato can now build on it. And finally, the Pitch ‘n Time DJ expansion pack is here, and a new Jet Pack FX pack.
Put 2 of the world’s finest scratch DJs in front of Pioneer gear and only good things happen. JFB and Mr Switch go crazy on the DJM-900SRT and DDJ-SP1.
Things are slowing down, and revolutionary DJ gear is simply evolving. Can you handle it, or must you have wow moment stuff all the time?