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Rane Sixty-Two Z

2-Channel Mixer from Rane belonging to the Sixty series.

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Rane and Serato introduce the Rane Sixty-One and Sixty-Two mixers for Serato Scratch Live.

These mixers are designed to integrate performer, music, software, and hardware.

 

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The Sixty-Two is a package supporting two computers, 2-deck digital vinyl simulation, SP-6 sample player, software and hardware effects and record and playback channels. Software controls for Library, Loops, Cues and SP-6 are laid out for access.

 

Z-Trip co-designed the Limited Edition Sixty-Two Z Mixer, which features a face plate designed by artist Shepard Fairey and custom purple cables.

 

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The Rane Sixty-One integrates a 20-channel sound card and you can use your own MIDI controller with outboard software or hardware effects and a single computer.

 

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The Rane Sixty-Two, Sixty-One and Sixty .-Two Z will all be compatible with Serato Scratch Live version 2.4, coming soon.

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