Serato x Redbull Masterclass

We teamed up with our good friends down the road at Red Bull Studios, Auckland to deliver the Serato Masterclass. The Masterclass aims to specifically highlight advanced sections of our software, along with providing some handy tips and tricks you can add to your own workflow.

If you missed out on any episodes, check out the entire series below:

Session 1: In this first session, Michael takes us through the 'Four Commandments' identifying four keyboard shortcuts that you need to know.

Session 2: In session two Michael takes us through how to best use a USB drive within Serato DJ at a live gig through the use of Crates

Session 3: In this session Michael takes us through how to set and adjust Beat Grids in Serato DJ

Session 4: In this session, Michael takes us through the Sync, Smart Sync and Quantize features 

Session 5: Here, Mak takes us through using Serato Remote and its Slicer & FX Roll features.

Session 6: Mak from Serato takes us through using Serato Video and the Media crate to improve your VJ set:

Session 7: In the seventh and final session, Mak takes us through using DJ FX, and how to apply these in both Single and Multi-FX mode

Comments (8)

DJ Compiler 2:50 AM - 25 August, 2014
The USB vide was really useful although when I try to do it with crates that contain more than a couple songs on my computer it crashes Serato. :(
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Samuel S 9:57 PM - 25 August, 2014
Hey DJ Compiler,

That shouldn't be the case - i'd hit up our support team to get help there:

vladimir prieto 12:12 AM - 26 August, 2014
did know about the Media crate!
DJ Compiler 12:44 AM - 26 August, 2014

Looks like it was just a bad flash drive. My bad. Thanks for the quick response though
dj chin 2:00 AM - 8 September, 2014
this videos are really helpful ! thanks
mister_wilson 4:17 AM - 10 September, 2014
maybe i am a geek, but seems like these vids are not "masterclass level" to me.

seems like you could have take a couple of the videos a little further.

I think a video showing folks how to map their entire crate structure to an external hard drive would be helpful...especially now that 1.7 can handle large libraries

also, i think on the beatgrid section, the most important place where i use beatgrids are old songs that predate drum machines and electronic music where the tempo changes. you guys might have wanted to explain how to grid for old motown records that change in tempo... this would be useful leading into your sync discussion as well.
Jason Thompson 2:35 PM - 17 September, 2014
thank you very much
monchi 12:32 AM - 25 December, 2014
interesting, thanks.