The guys over at djtechtools.com made a good overall description for all you Djs out there using Serato. Here are a few things, which if you do not already, you must know in Serato
Recently we received a mail from Atlantic Records to remove a song from the upcoming album of B.o.B. which goes by the name “The Adventures Of Bobby Ray”.
This morning I received a mail from whitelabel.net. For all of you who don’t know whitelabel.net: this is a Serato DJ pool. Basically record companies send you digital tracks instead of real vinyl test pressings with a white label on it because the finished product isn’t available yet. Anyway – I’m getting off topic here…
To cut a long story short: you can download the whole album over at whitelabel.net (ATTENTION: you need Serato to play back the files in full 320 kbps though!).
Now that’s what I call clever. It’s 2010… like a good friend of mine always says: wake up!!
Download the all new and “…cutting edge version of Scratch Live that introduces many new features including the SP-6 Sample Player, LiveFeed, Loop Roll, enhanced History, native Pioneer MEP-7000 support, Show Album Art on Deck, Key tag support, and many other bug-fixes and improvements.” via ScratchLive.net.
btw: Do you think the new Rane SL3 interface is worth buying? Let me know what you guys think and leave a comment!