When you’re just starting out on your journey into music production, it can feel overwhelming and complicated. One of the first hurdles is ‘what music production software should I use?’ There isn’t just one answer to this question; however, some production software is much easier to get started with than others. In this article, we have decided to help you get started producing music with Serato Studio.
Modern day DJ softwares offer us methods to customise our libraries to suit our individual needs. Today we take a look at Serato DJ and five top tips to help you organise your digital record collection.
One of the oldest performance features within Serato, the sampler is capable of much more than just playing a airhorn for urban sets! In this tips and tricks, we break down the Sampler to show you how to maximise it’s use in your sets!
Serato users are forced to use external speakers when a controller is plugged in, meaning practicing just with the laptops speakers is impossible. However, DJ Holland has a quick and easy “hack” to re route the audio back to the laptop speakers!
HID brings the best of club standard hardware to laptop DJ’s with little compromise. In this article we show you how to set up HID mode in on Rekordbox and Serato.
Wanting to set up your laptop in a nightclub and take over a DJ who’s already playing? We show you how with using external sound cards and usb mixers.
Custom crate columns allows you to set an organisation rule for each of your individual crates. Today we show you how to enable and best use the feature.
Did you know you can prep tracks whilst DJing in Serato? Today we show you how to use the prepare crate to save you time in your sets!