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Serato Announces ‘Serato Studio’ Production Software

Serato Studio
Serato Studio. (Source: Serato)

Serato has announced its entry into the music production market with its Serato Studio software.

The application aims to lower the barrier to entry for DJs who are interested in music production. Features include access to the Serato DJ library, waveform displays, cue points, and time-stretching and key detection with Pitch ‘n Time.

Serato Studio works with a range of Serato-enabled hardware such as mixers and controllers, allowing them to function as MIDI controllers.

It is currently available as a limited public beta. Upon its full release, Serato Studio will be available via subscription to allow for regular software updates and additional sample content.

Sign up for the beta here and watch Mojaxx‘s first look below.

Related: First Look: Serato DJ Pro 2.1.1

Mojaxx Reviews TableBeats 3.0 Scratch Looper App

Turntablist practice app TableBeats has released version 3.0 of their scratch looper program. The free iOS app includes over 3,000 loops from hundreds of producers, with new content added regularly. Features of TableBeats 3.0 include pitch adjustment, shuffle mode, and more.

On this episode of DJcityTV’s Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx talks about why he thinks the TableBeats app is the biggest bargain in turntablism.

Related: DJ Tech’s Handy Kutz Portablism Mixer Reviewed

How to Recover an Unsaved Recording in Serato DJ Pro

Recording a mix in Serato DJ Pro is a fairly straightforward process. But what happens when you finish your DJ set and forget to click “save?” Fortunately, the software has a feature that will temporarily store your unsaved work.

On this episode of DJcityTV’s Tips & Tricks, Mojaxx explains how to recover a seemingly lost recording in Serato DJ Pro.

Related: Is Reloop’s Tape 2 the Best Way to Record DJ Sets?

Is Reloop’s Tape 2 the Best Way to Record DJ Sets?

In fall, Reloop released the Tape 2 portable recorder, a convenient solution for DJs looking to record their mixes. The upgraded version of the original Tape boasts up to six hours of recording time and offers high-quality sound in either WAV or MP3 formats.

On this episode of DJcityTV’s Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx takes a closer look to see how the Tape 2 improves on the original.

Related: Review: Reloop Tape (DJ Mix Recorder)