VINYL: Highlighting the Serato Neon series

Serato Neon control vinyl timecode (11)

Serato‘s vinyl machine is running at full pelt these days, and yet another fresh release of control vinyl is upon us, and frankly it’s hard to miss. The Serato Neon series aims to scorch your retinas and yet be wallet friendly at the same time.

The hardcore collectors out there will be aware of some quality issues of late, something that prompted Serato people at the highest level to get involved in the avid Serato Control Vinyl Collectors Facebook community to set people’s minds at rest by stepping up, taking responsibility and making quality and customer satisfaction their priority. After all, it’s the community that is supporting the oh so desirable Serato brand.


Such is this determination, that the new QC regime finds itself less than 100% happy with a small batch of the centre labels in this first run. But rather than scrap vinyl that people would most probably be happy with, these are being offered out at $29 a pair.

Serato Neon control vinyl timecode (1)

Personally, I think they missed a colour. But I’m biased. But you can grab yellow, pink, and green from the Serato online shop today.

  • Clay Ford

    What color you think they missed? Personally, I would have loved to see a neon blue to go with my TTX’s

    • dj_penguin

      It’s the only highlighter-like color used in the DJWorx page layout. (Hint: not blue)

      • http://djworx.com/ Mark Settle

        …and there’s a full column width image as a tiny hint right next to the comment. ;)

        • dj freestyle

          We at the cv collector forum take are cv addictions very seriously so they listen. lol lol :)

        • Clay Ford

          aahhhhh I get it :D

  • LD Semmler

    They didn’t miss a colour.
    Neon Orange dropped a few weeks back, as a limited edition.
    Have a look for Mad Decent Tacos…

    • http://djworx.com/ Mark Settle

      I hadn’t seen that. Apparently they lived up to their name.

  • White Wulfe

    Now if only Native Instruments would do something just as epic. Am I seriously crazy for wanting NEON coloured control records? >.>;;;

    • Phatbob

      Native Instruments did neon first, a couple of years ago. You won’t find them for love nor money now though.

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