BPM11: Serato DJ Intro Will Get You Started

Compatible with selected Numark and Vestax hardware      04/10/11

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Some details from Numark on the new Serato DJ Intro, an entry level  way into what some describe as the Industry Standard DJ software. Though I think Native Instruments and Traktor might have something to say about that.

Features Include

  • Two tracks can be mixed simultaneously using traditional DJ controls - scratch, nudge, pitch bend, EQ.
  • Serato Sync locks tracks together for seamless grooves.
  • Serato Crates make audio file management easy and advanced iTunes integration gives you instant access of personal library and playlist information.
  • Cue points allow you to quickly access specific parts of songs.
  • Loops repeat selected sections and can create new intros, outros and extended mixes.
  • DJ-FX will enhance any DJ set, allowing you to color songs and create unique sounding transitions.
  • The Sample Player can play up to four short samples, audio loops, sound effects or full length tracks in addition to the two tracks you're mixing.
  • Plug-and-Play connectivity makes it simple and fast to setup your supported Serato DJ Intro controller, computer and software and start DJing.


 Serato DJ Intro 1.0.1 supports the following controllers:

  • Numark MixDeck
  • Numark MixDeck Express
  • Numark MixTrack Pro
  • Vestax Typhoon
  • Vestax VCI-100 Mk II
Download for free (Mac and PC)

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