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Serato Scratch Live

DJ Software from Serato belonging to the Scratch Live series

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«  very good mixing software for mac and PC »

Published on 03/30/14 at 09:36
the easy grip when you plug the SL2 interface for turntables and timecoded vynil records for the grip is excellent, compatibilitywith bridge to insert sets of Ableton lives, because I long dreamed of having the grip is excellent

I use it with a microphone and two Technics SL1210 MK2 turntables a control surface for Ableton Akai APC 40 is a

weekly use every Sunday morning in the repository store my father every Sunday morning

MAC OSX Mawericks on Mac book pro 15 inch screen to

GETTING STARTED

without problems on Mac
PC complicated because you have to put the driver for Windows seven recognizes the audio interface Serato Scratch Live on a PC

imcompabilité on any Windows PC and Mac

not practical because the user guide is in English

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Mac OSX Mawvericks on Mac book pro 15 inch screen

works better on mac and PC

stable Mac and PC

OVERALL OPINION

two years

virtual DJ Free Edition

the only feature I like the most because it is easily recognized Ableton

excellent as it may be useful to replace several LPs for two timecoded vinyls he can do the comparison, it costs € 400 to purchase
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