Rane had the privilege to meet and work with James Patrick at Seattle's Decibel festival in 2013. James is founder of the SlamAcademy, Timefrog Recordings and The Great Magnet. Jame is also a Dubspot instructor, curator of the international Spark Festival of Electronic Arts, and an Ableton Certified Trainer. Watch as James runs through how he uses the MP2015 in his live setup; incorporating a Moog Minitaur, Ableton Push, and Ableton Live.
Turntables have a long and rich history. Instead of writing a novel about our beloved friend, we wanted to share a few interesting facts that can help you strike up conversations with fellow Rane DJs. Do you know where the term "rewind" comes from? Read on to learn about this and other fascinating turntable facts.
As mentioned in our previous post, DJs wanted Serato Scratch Live and software controls built into a Rane mixer. Rane introduced the TTM57SL for Serato Scratch Live in 2006. It was the first 2-channel turntablist mixer with integrated USB sound-card and software controls.