New firmware is being released in conjunction with Serato DJ Pro 2.1, bringing post-fader effects to the public for the first time.
Rane is pleased to announce that our products which previously included Serato Scratch Live software are now fully supported by Serato DJ software. DJs currently using Serato Scratch Live with supported Rane hardware have the option to migrate to the new and improved Serato DJ free of charge. If you’re familiar with Scratch Live, the transition to Serato DJ is easy and intuitive.
You wanted a four channel Sixty-Two and now it’s here! If you’re a fan of the revolutionary Rane Sixty-Two mixer and its innovative built-in software controls, you’re going to love the Rane Sixty-Four. The control layout is similar to the Sixty-Two and just as easy to use. If you’re new to mixer/controller hybrids, the Sixty-Four may look a little intimidating at first, but with a quick walk-through, you’ll be able to jump-on the Sixty-Four for the first time like a pro.
The acronym, MIDI, can be a daunting one to wrap your head around and diving into the world of MIDI can be overwhelming. Fortunately you don’t have to be an audio engineer or rocket scientist to control your software with a MIDI controller these days. This article is intended to give you the bare bones information you need to get up and running with your ideal MIDI controller and take your performance to the next level.
There is nothing more annoying than receiving a mixed CD, putting it in your player, and not being able to skip to your favorite tracks. Unless the mix is amazing from beginning to end, chances are it won't be in anyone's CD player long. Do yourself and your fans a favor by tracking out your mix. Read on to learn the essential steps of tracking out your mix and help give your hard work some longevity.