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Rane Serato Scratch LIVE - Second Edition Control Vinyl...
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Starting out designing products specifically for smaller bands, Rane has come a long way since their humble beginnings in 1981. Known for being part of the evolution of DJ gear as a whole, Rane thinks of their equipment more of as a musical instruments than just tools that are used. Today, they focus almost all of the efforts to manufacture high-end gear for professional DJs, helping turn up the decibels in venues all over the world.
So how do you want to amp up your game in the booth? From signal processors and mixers to iOS compatible equipment, DJ controllers and general accessories, this section covers it all. Looking for a hot mixer to dominate the dance floor? Then check out the best-selling Sixty-Two Performance Mixer. Innovatively crafted to plug and play with two computers at once, it also has a two-deck digital vinyl simulation, an SP-6 sample player and multiple record and playback channels. It even comes bundled with Serato Scratch Live software, the famed digital DJ platform, giving you even more control over the music you make.
In need of some replacement vinyl? Designed specifically for scratching with Serato Scratch Live software, the CV02 Second Edition Control Vinyl was mastered to be better than the original. Allowing you to track the motion of the record using the included software, you can simulate the same movement with digital audio. And the best part about this vinyl is that it has a unique control signal and it doesn't suffer from any noticeable pitch variation. As DJ-ing becomes more and more digital, this vinyl will keep you on top.
Those are just two of the standard-setting products you'll find here. Constantly pushing forward, innovating at every turn, when you go with Rane you're getting something truly special. That's because Rane has refused to settle for the norm when it comes to DJ equipment... and neither should you.