Tagged blog posts: Serato DJ Intro
Introducing Serato DJ Lite
Serato DJ Lite is available now and free to download and use. Explore what’s new, including a new Practice Mode for DJ’s who want to mix without hardware plugged in, a new-look interface, and much more.
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.
DJ Expo 2017: Numark DJ2GO2 Announcement
In addition to yesterday's announcements of new, exciting hardware coming to Serato, Numark has also joined the party with the announcement of the DJ2GO2.
Getting Started - What Hardware Should I Use With Serato?
Once you’ve made up your mind of stepping into the DJ realm you’ll need to start thinking about what DJ gear you’re gonna get, commonly known as ‘hardware’.
Learn: Basic Mixing
Here's a quick demo on the basics of mixing tracks in Serato DJ Intro. Take a look and give it a go yourself.
Announcing: Denon DJ MCX8000 for Serato DJ
The Denon DJ MCX8000 is the latest Serato DJ Enabled controller and offers 4-decks, high definition on-board displays and advanced control for Serato DJ features. The MCX8000 also supports the Denon DJ Engine standalone USB playback technology. Read more.
Now Supported: Pioneer DDJ-SB2
An update to the highly popular DDJ-SB, the DDJ-SB2 is supported in Serato DJ Intro 1.2.6 and Serato DJ 1.7.7, both available now. Read up on what's changed and what's new.
Serato DJ, 5 Reasons To Upgrade
We often talk to DJs wondering if it’s worthwhile upgrading to Serato DJ. Here’s 5 reasons we think it’s a great idea if you’re looking to take the next step...