Serato with cdjs

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Serato has announced that it will soon support the latest Pioneer DJ CDJ-3000 media players, with the feature expected to arrive in early October.

This is a boon for DJs returning to gigs, who may have realised that unlike the CDJ-2000s, there is currently no native Serato support for the latest Pioneer pro players that some clubs are now replacing their older players with.

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Of course, DJs can still use CDJ-3000s with control tones as straight DVS players, but full HID support will bring all the features DJs would expect to find to the players when using them with Serato, like waveforms and so on. This will therefore be hugely welcomed by patient Serato users who will have been waiting quite a while for this announcement.

Bad news for some Rane Mac users

In other news, Serato has announced that older-generation Rane gear will not be supported going forwards for Mac users, meaning macOS Big Sur and M1 chipset Mac users will not be able to use such gear.

Serato advises that if you are “still” using the Rane SL2, SL3, and SL4 interfaces, or the Sixty-One, Sixty-Two, Sixty-Four, Sixty-Eight or TTM57mkII mixers, you should remain on macOS Mojave.

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The company is at pains to point out that all more recent Rane hardware is unaffected, and is blaming changes in the macOS Big Sur operating system for this situation.

Sours: https://www.digitaldjtips.com/2021/09/cdj-3000-support-coming-to-serato-but-older-rane-mac-support-ends/

Serato DJ Pro now supports CDJ-3000s

Serato DJ Pro now supports Pioneer DJ’s CDJ-3000 players in HID mode. That means you can plug them straight into your laptop via USB and Serato will automatically pick them up and map controls to the flagship new player. The 3000s will pull through all the information from the relevant deck including the waveform, track title and time and bpm and all assigned cue points will be pulled through to the eight cue buttons. 

All other functions on the CDJ like Beat Jump, looping, sync, track search etc, will all function as expected inside of Serato. Version 2.5.7 of Serato DJ Pro also adds the option for Anti-Drift for devices with motorised platters. This can now be enabled for supported hardware in the CD/Vinyl tab of the Setup menu.

To use the 3000s with Serato DJ Pro in HID mode, you’ll need to update the firmware of the CDJ, which you can download here and update Serato the app, which you can do here. Watch the video below for more info on how to set it up.

Sours: https://djmag.com/news/serato-dj-pro-now-supports-cdj-3000s
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Recloose brings Detroit back to Auckland with this short Serato DJ demo showing how easy and powerful it is to connect CDJs to your laptop directly via USB rather than use Control CDs. Watch the video and read how you can set this up.

How to control Serato DJ with CDJs (using HID mode)

Before you start, make sure you have the latest version of Serato DJ installed on your laptop. The CDJ-2000, CDJ-2000nexus &  CDJ-850 are only supported in conjunction with supported Serato DJ devices and not stand-alone. You will also need to update the firmware of your CDJ which you can find here.

Supported Pioneer CDJs are class compliant USB plug-and-play devices for Mac, however require drivers for Windows. You will find these on the installation CD that is provided with your CDJ, or as a download from the Pioneer website.

To use a pair of CDJs with Serato DJ, you will need at least 3 available USB ports. If you don’t have 3 ports available you may be able to connect your CDJs to a powered USB hub. It is however, important to always connect your Serato DJ hardware directly to your computer.

  • Connect your Serato DJ device as per normal into an available USB port on your computer.
  • Connect the CDJ to your computer via USB cable or USB hub.
  • Open Serato DJ.
  • Press the LINK button.
  • Press the Scroll Knob to connect to the computer.
  • Use the Scroll Knob to choose which virtual deck you wish the CDJ to control.
  • Set the virtual deck in Serato DJ to Internal mode (INT). If you are using a controller, this step is not necessary.
  • Once your CDJ is connected, the Serato music library and track information is instantly browsable on the CDJ’s color screen and dedicated hardware controls. 

Your CDJ can also be used to play regular CDs. To do this just connect the CDJs audio outs (RCA) to your Serato DJ devices hardware inputs (if available) as you would your regular CD players.

If you want to know more then have a read of the official Quickstart Guides, available on the Serato DJ download page.

If you need any further help, please contact Serato Support.

Sours: https://serato.com/latest/blog/18322/recloose-cdjs-with-serato-dj

Serato DJ 1.5 now supports the Pioneer CDJ-2000 and CDJ-2000nexus natively, in conjunction with a supported Serato DJ device.

To put it simply, this means you can leave your Control CDs at home and connect directly to your computer to control the software in Internal mode alongside your Serato DJ DVS device or controller.

Alongside the new features for the CDJ-2000nexus, we have worked hard to ensure that both the CDJ-2000 and CDJ-2000nexus have really tight integration with Serato DJ and accurate control. We made sure to take on board a lot of the lessons learned from developing support in Scratch Live. We did a lot of testing both in the office and in the club! 

The CDJ-2000nexus also supports a few more features in Serato DJ. Read on to see what’s new, and for a step-by-step guide on connection. If you have any questions, just hit us up in the comments.

Pioneer CDJ-2000nexus Features

Easily read and control the Serato DJ library directly from your CDJ screen. Use the Scroll Knob to move through your library and crates and push to load tracks. Use the Back button to move back to your crate list and hit the Quantize button to also switch between the FX, SP-6 Sample Player & Recording panels in Serato DJ. 

The waveform of the current track will be displayed on screen. Use the touch strip underneath for needle drop functionality to jump quickly through your track and find the best bit to cue up and play from, or return to the beginning.

Set and trigger up to 3 Hot Cues directly on the CDJ. Manual loop controls are also provided with the IN / OUT buttons alongside RELOOP / EXIT. Once you’ve set a manual loop, you can hit the OUT button again and use the CDJ platter to adjust the loop length.

You can now engage Slip Mode directly on the CDJ using the SLIP button. Easily switch during performance without having to MIDI map to another controller or use the software control. Also, using the REV latch, you can use the Censor feature in Serato DJ.

The LOOP MODE button can be used to activate the currently selected saved loop in Serato DJ and the CUE / LOOP CALL button can be used to cycle through these. You can also hit DELETE to remove the current saved loop from that slot.

Hit the SYNC button to engage Sync in Serato DJ for that deck. Hitting MASTER disengages Sync off for that deck. You can read more about using Sync in the Serato DJ manual.

Connection Guide

Before you start, make sure you have the latest version of Serato DJ installed on your laptop. The CDJ-2000 & CDJ-2000nexus are only supported in conjunction with supported Serato DJ devices and not stand-alone. You will also need to update the firmware of your CDJ which you can find here.

The Pioneer CDJ-2000 & CDJ-2000nexus are class compliant USB plug-and-play devices for Mac, however require drivers for Windows. You will find these on the installation CD that is provided with your CDJ, or as a download from the Pioneer website.

To use a pair of CDJs with Serato DJ, you will need at least 3 available USB ports. If you don’t have 3 ports available you may be able to connect your CDJs to a powered USB hub. It is however, important to always connect your Serato DJ hardware directly to your computer.

- Connect your Serato DJ device as per normal into an available USB port on your computer.

- Connect the CDJ to your computer via USB cable or USB hub.

- Open Serato DJ.

- Press the LINK button on the CDJ-2000nexus.

- Press the Scroll Knob to connect to the computer.

- Use the Scroll Knob to choose which virtual deck you wish the CDJ-2000nexus to control.

- Set the virtual deck in Serato DJ to Internal mode (INT). If you are using a controller, this step is not necessary.

Once your CDJ-2000nexus is connected, the Serato music library and track information is instantly browsable on the CDJ’s color screen and dedicated hardware controls. 

Your CDJ-2000nexus can also be used to play regular CDs. To do this just connect the CDJs audio outs (RCA) to your Serato DJ devices hardware inputs (if available) as you would your regular CD players.

If you want to know more then have a read of the official Quickstart Guides, available on the Serato DJ download page.

Sours: https://serato.com/latest/blog/16377/pioneer-cdj-support-for-serato-dj

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