Tagged blog posts: Learn

Learn: MIDI Panel

The MIDI Panel, used to map features in Serato DJ without on-screen controls is back in Serato DJ 1.7, with some brand new additions. Read on to understand the MIDI Panel, what's new and how it can be useful.

Learn: Smart Crates

Smart Crates are an efficient way to keep your library in check and managed neatly. Learn how to make the most of them!

Learn: Video Master FX

Video Master FX, is a new feature for Serato Video users. This lets you apply video FX to the master video output rather than per channel, giving you another powerful and simple way to add interest to your sets. Learn more...

Learn: Play Modes

The Serato DJ Vinyl Control Modes can be a bit of a mystery. What are these crazy ABS, REL, INT modes you speak of? We’ll break these down to the basics and teach you exactly what each mode is for.

Learn: Quantize & Cues

Cue Points are probably the most basic, and most well used feature in Serato DJ. There are some more unknown additional features too! Have a read and see how you can start using cues to the fullest.

Learn: History

In this article, we'll give you a quick overview of three functions of the history panel and how it can add value to your DJ life.

Learn: MIDI Output Lighting

MIDI output lighting is now available for your secondary MIDI devices in Serato DJ 1.7.2. Learn what it means and how to use it.

Learn: Sticker Lock

Formerly a hidden "easter egg" feature in Scratch Live, Sticker Lock is available in Serato DJ 1.7.2 as an official feature. Read more...

Learn: AM Mode

The infamous AM Mode easter egg in Scratch Live is now a full Serato DJ feature. Hide your tracks names from annoying trainspotting seagulls at the club. Hide your hot exclusives and rare cuts! Read on to find out how.

Learn: Cue Point Sorting

There's brand new Cue Point sorting options in Serato DJ including the option to automatically sort chronologically and re-order by dragging around. Read on and find out how it can help you.