WNAMM08: Numark Partner With Serato

Collaboration to deliver new class of DJ hardware and software interactivity      23/01/08

WNAMM08: Numark Partner With Serato

Numark, the world’s leading manufacturer of products for the DJ market, has announced the formation of a strategic partnership with Serato, the world's leading provider of DJ software. The agreement marks the first joint effort between Serato and Numark, and promises new levels of performance for DJs.
A spokesperson had this to say, “Numark and Serato have combined forces in an effort to drive the integration of high-performance software and hardware into the DJ experience. With its time-tested legacy of innovation, Numark has leveraged its ability to match its highly recognized hardware expertise with Serato’s software prowess. Together, Numark and Serato have created a powerhouse DJ software and hardware combination. “ Of particular note, the new product—Numark’s NS7 motorized software controller — (see separate story for full details) - is completely unique to both companies. Officials of Numark and Serato were quick to point out that the NS7 is a first-of-its-kind DJ software controller. They say that, with extremely high resolution real vinyl control, the NS7 achieves the most accurate and precise software control available. An integrated high quality audio interface locks to the included Serato Itch DJ software to deliver the best possible sound.
Numark's new alliance with Serato will usher in a new era of DJ software and hardware from both companies.
More information:

Numark Stereo iO - USB Computer Audio DJ Interface for Mac and PC

Numark N-Wave 580L Powered Desktop DJ Monitors System with LED Illumination

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