21 August, 2017
Serato DJ Intro 1.2.9 - Support for Numark DJ2GO2
The release of Serato DJ Intro 1.2.9 delivers hardware support for the Numark DJ2GO2.
The Numark DJ2GO2 includes free Serato DJ Intro software, and is Serato DJ Upgrade Ready.
The DJ2GO2 is portable and will almost fit in your pocket. It is perfect for DJs who are just getting started, those who are in need of a back up controller, or for those times you need to DJ on the bus. It has two banks of four performance pads, two jog wheels, USB powered, all at a super-low price point.
Get started with the DJ2GO2 by downloading Serato DJ Intro.
Not sure I want to drop the extra coin on a license for the DJ2GO2 if I already have a license for another device.
I do own a Numark NS7iii with a Serato DJ license and it would be great not to fuss around with DJ Intro.
In the video you are talking about it as a "great back up devise" so will it be plug and play or do I have to open DJ Intro?
Just the ability to prep mixes, load sample banks etc en route to a gig is a massive plus.
BUT, will my copy of Serato automatically know that I have the license from the SZ when I'm only using the DJ2go2?
Thanks for getting in touch. We have two types of hardware, 'Serato DJ Enabled' products and 'Serato DJ Upgrade Ready'.
Your NS7 is 'Serato DJ Enabled' and comes with the free unlicensed version of the DJ software, this will work with all 'Serato DJ Enabled' products without the need for a purchase. This means for example if one of these products is set up in a club that anyone can download the software and use it with this unit for free.
The DJ2go2 is 'Upgrade Ready' and requires a license to be purchased for the DJ software in order to be able to use it with this. It will also work with the Serato Intro software without the need of a purchase. Although Intro has fewer features than DJ it is still a good software on its own and it uses the same library as DJ (and Scratch Live), this means all your crates, BPMs, cue points etc will be the same
The Surface Pro already has Serato DJ licensed for my DDJSX2 and that still works fine. I'm guessing that the USB Driver for DJ Intro is experiencing some conflict because of Serato DJ being installed?
Is anyone else having this problem?
I have looked in to this too. I have an SZ so I have the same issue. Your SR and S9 are "Serato DJ Enabled". Which basically means you get a licence with each piece of hardware that unlocks Serato DJ when you plug them in. But you don't own an independent Serato DJ license which would let you use anything. This you would need to purchase separately.
This sucks, you have purchased one of the most expensive pieces of kit they produce, but you can't play a budget controller without paying something else again.
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