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Beatsource Teams With Serato for All-Stars Competition

Beatsource All-Stars Competition

Beatsource All-Stars Competition

Beatsource is all about recognizing talented DJs. That’s why they have teamed up with Serato on the Beatsource All-Stars competition. DJs from around the world can enter for a chance to win a $1,000 paid headlining DJ set on Serato’s Twitch channel on Dec. 23, 2020. The winner will perform along with Four Color ZackDJ Spider, and DJ Diamond Kuts.

How to enter

  1. Film yourself performing a 10-minute mix using Beatsource LINK and Serato DJ. You can only use tracks from Beatsource LINK.
  2. Upload your video to IGTV and tag #BeatsourceAllstars, @serato, and @beatsourceofficial in your caption. Your video must be published by midnight PST on Dec. 8, 2020.

Judging

Beatsource will review all entries on Dec. 9, 2020, and select one winner on Dec. 16, 2020. The mixes will be judged on creativity and vibe.

Additional prizes

Related Post: Beatsource LINK Is Now Available in Serato DJ

Phase Announces Software and Firmware Updates


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Phase manufacturer MWM has announced over 70 updates to the popular needle-replacing hardware. In order to install the updates, MWM has also released a new firmware configuration program called Phase Manager.

Some of the major updates include improved radio communication between the Phase remotes and receiver, more stable pairing and detection systems for remotes, bug fixes, and more. These changes are intended to improve compatibility with Serato in their upcoming integration.

Watch Phase’s update tutorial below and download Phase Manager here.

Related Post: First Look: Phase Integration with Serato DJ Pro

First Look: Phase Integration with Serato DJ Pro

Two years after first making waves at the NAMM Show, Phase manufacturer MWM has announced a collaboration with Serato. MWM’s needle-replacing hardware is now an Official Serato Accessory, which means it can now communicate with Serato DJ Pro directly through USB.

The upgrade will enhance the overall performance of Phase with Serato thanks to improved HID protocol. MWM also teased other features that will roll out later, including LED customization and more.

On this episode of Tips and TricksMojaxx takes a trip to NAMM in Anaheim, California to report on the collaboration between Serato and Phase. Watch above.

Related Post: Phase Wireless DJ System Review

Phase Wireless DJ System Review

Music technology company MWM shocked the turntablism world when they announced the Phase wireless DJ system last year. However, the product had some hurdles to overcome upon launch.

On this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx takes an in-depth look to see if the needle-replacing hardware lives up to the hype. Watch above.

Related Post: Watch: Behind-the-Scenes at Phase’s ‘Live Session – Launch Tour’

Watch: Behind-the-Scenes at Phase’s ‘Live Session – Launch Tour’

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The highly-anticipated release of the Phase wireless DJ system is just around the corner. But before it ships in September, Phase’s parent company Music World Media recently set off on a global tour to give DJs a chance to see the device in person. The tour features workshops, open sessions, and showcases, and will make stops throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia.

To highlight what’s happening on Phase’s Live Session – Launch Tour, DJcityTV has partnered with MWM on a new series called Journey to: Phase Live Session. The series is presented by Battle Avenue director and Fresh Press host, Antriks, who will take viewers behind-the-scenes on tour.

The first episode takes place at the 2018 DJ Expo in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Antriks introduces the series then shows a preview of DJ Precision testing out Phase.

Watch above and stay tuned for more exclusive videos.

Related: Exclusive First Look: Phase Wireless DJ System

Exclusive First Look: Phase Wireless DJ System

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DJcityTV’s Mojaxx recently traveled to Paris to get an exclusive first look at the highly-anticipated Phase wireless DJ system.

The device, which premiered in January to great acclaim, enables turntable DJs to control tracks from their DJ software without using a cartridge and control vinyl. It is now available for pre-order.

During his examination, Mo was joined by DJcity France director, DJ Stresh. The former Red Bull Music 3Style France champion put Phase to a scratch test.

Phase is set to ship in September. It costs $349 for the Essential Pack (one receiver and two remotes) and $549 for the Ultimate Pack (one receiver and four remotes).

Watch Mo’s first look above.

Related: Watch: Turntablists Put New Phase Technology to Test on DJcityTV’s ‘Cutting Room’ Series

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