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Xone:DX for Serato ITCH Contest

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If you own an Allen & Heath Xone:DX controller for Serato ITCH, you can get a chance to win accessories for your studio with a video competition.

What you need to do is film a short DJ routine using Serato ITCH with the Xone:DX.

 

The prize pack up features:

  • Two QSC K10 Active Loudspeakers.
  • An Audio Technica ATM 410 microphone.
  • A copy of harmonic mixing software Mixed In Key.
  • Allen & Heath XD-40 headphones.
  • A Gold Edition Signature Series Crane laptop stand with a gold subtray & gold knob and lever set.
  • A Mono 365 DJ Pack.
  • A Decksaver Xone:DX Dust Cover.

 

How to Enter
Film your routine, upload it on Youtube or Vimeo and post a link on the Serato H.Q Facebook page (or tag it from your page). The video should be no longer than 5 minutes and must be performed with the Xone:DX and Serato ITCH.

 

The competition closes on 22nd of April 2011, and the winner will be notified via Facebook by 6th of May 2011.

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