Serato has launched a brand new public beta, Serato DJ 1.9.2, which for an incremental release offers a decent handful of new features and other interface/usability changes that DJs will find useful. Keep reading for the details.
Serato has announced that their new version of Serato DJ 1.8.1 has gone into Public Beta - meaning that anyone can try it out right now. At this rate, it continues to feel like Serato is the most proactive and reactive of the DJ software companies, having just rolled out 1.8 one month ago.
Serato is moving fast on their new update, (fair enough considering that 1.9 is already on the horizon), and today have launched the new Serato DJ 1.8 version. The new version finally brings key detection into the software - keep reading for a full list of features in the new update.
At the Amsterdam Dance Event, Serato has announced a new groundbreaking partnership to integrated Pulselocker directly into their DJ software. Pulselocker, originally launched in 2012 as a streaming library and music store for DJs, has been relaunched this year. Their library being integrated directly into Serato DJ will allow access to 44 million tracks - read on for the details.
Serato DJ or Traktor Pro 2? It's a common question that comes up a lot in the DJ community. Both programs have several unique features that sets them apart such a video mixing with Serato DJ or Traktor's deep midi mapping capabilities. What about FX? Today we're going to take an indepth look at the similarities and differences of the FX and FX units in Traktor Pro 2 and Serato DJ.
After a fairly long beta period, the team at Serato is debuting a brand new version of their Serato DJ software, 1.7.4. We've been excited to see it released because it officially is the launch of the Serato DJ Club Kit add-on, which opens up support for Pioneer and Allen and Heath mixers. But as it turns out, the New Zealand developers have had even more great new stuff up their sleeves - read on for the full details.
Earlier this week we looked at how Traktor DJs can have a plug and play setup with Pioneer CDJs in HID mode. Today Ryan Dejaegher is going to show Serato DJ and Scratch Live DJs how they can use CDJs in HID mode. The control is quite similar between Traktor and Serato but there are some notable differences in the models that are supported and the hardware required.
For club DJs, making edits are the key to having a unique performance and track collection. Lots of DJs find themselves making edits in their DAW before a gig. When Serato finally released Serato DJ with Quantize and the Flip feature, this allowed DJs to make edits even faster, and improved the time and number of edits DJs could create. Today DJ Kue is going to show how you can create your own edits using Flip in Serato DJ.