The other nice features of this controller are the USB sound cards. I didn't have any issues getting it to connect, which means it won't be an issue for the boffins who put it together. It even has a switch to mute the entire thing. The other USB sound device range has a significant advantage in that you don't need a USB sound card per external sound card and, being mono, they're much less likely to be smudged by a fidget-y DJ.
The key though is getting those people, and the large number of hobbyists who were using Traktor, to upgrade from their hardware set-up to Serato’s Player + Controller. We also need DJs who are using laptops to try Serato DJ Pro (which will come very soon) as the best place to learn how to DJ on a laptop will be using the new controller, and learning how to DJ with the new controller will help you take that knowledge into the real world.
We've been doing a lot of hard work to get people into Controller Based DJing. All for the greater good of the DJing industry. You don't have to be a DJ to use Serato. You don’t even necessarily need to DJ to use Serato. You can be a designer, and look at it as playing music to the people. You can be a studio engineer, and create beats and sounds and send them to the controllers’ decks via Serato. You can be a producer, and make tracks and find a use for it. You can be a teacher, and use it with your pupils. You can just be a consumer. 7211a4ac4a