Rane Reviews

Rane Sold to InMusic (Numark, Denon DJ, Akai) [Video]

Earlier this week, news broke that Rane DJ would be sold to InMusic Brands which include such brands as Numark, Denon DJ, Akai, Alesis, M-Audio, Alto Professional and many more.  What does this mean for the DJ Industry?  Will Rane’s stellar build quality remain the same after the takeover?  Check out our quick News Video as we discuss what this means for the DJ Realm…

Serato DJ: Moving Music Library [Video]

The Rane DJ team has been pumping out new videos showing features of their new hardware and also showing features within the Serato software that some users may not be aware of.  Their latest video shows users how to move their Serato DJ Library and Crates onto another hard drive.  Check out the DIY video after the jump.

Rane TTM57MKII Mixer Levels [Video]

The new Rane TTM57MKII is like a mixture of a Rane Sixty-Two and the original and iconic TTM57SL.  The TTM57MKII has dual USB ports for easy changeovers when switching DJ’s and laptops, four RGB Backlit pads per channel that can launch hot cues and samples, and it also has that familiar layout and those magnetic scratch-worthy faders that only Rane can produce.  Watch this new video where the Rane Team demonstrates how easy it is to set the correct volume levels on the new TTM57MKII Mixer so that the system gets the best sound out of your DJ set.

Resetting the Rane Sixty-Two Mixer [Video]

The Rane Sixty-Two mixer is still arguably the king of all battle scratch DJ mixers since its the main weapon of choice for most DJ competitions and competitors.  The Rane Sixty-Two is a premium-grade Serato DJ two-channel mixer that comes with everything a DJ needs to convert their Vinyl or CD decks into virtual timecode decks that can be used to manipulate the digital files located on a computer. Check out the new tutorial video that shows how to reset the mixer.

Rane TTM57MKII Mixer Saved Loops [Video]

The new Rane TTM57MKII is like a mixture of a Rane Sixty-Two and the original and iconic TTM57SL.  The TTM57MKII has dual USB ports for easy changeovers when switching DJ’s and laptops, four RGB Backlit pads per channel that can launch hot cues and samples, and it also has that familiar layout and those magnetic scratch-worthy faders that only Rane can produce.  Watch this new video where the Rane Team demonstrates how easy it is to put scroll and recall the saved Loops in Serato DJ on the new TTM57MKII Mixer

Vekked DMC Championship Routine [Video]

The winner of the DMC World championship for 2015 was a little of a breath of fresh air you could say. If you watched the winning routines from the three previous years, you would know what I am talking about…

Rane Sixty-Two Hidden Effect Options [Video]

The Rane Sixty-Two mixer is still arguably the king of all battle scratch DJ mixers since its the main weapon of choice for most DJ competitions and competitors.  The Rane Sixty-Two is a premium-grade Serato DJ two-channel mixer that comes with everything a DJ needs to convert their Vinyl or CD decks into virtual timecode decks that can be used to manipulate the digital files located on a computer. Check out the new tutorial video that shows the Hidden Effect Options.

Rane Sixty-Four Shift Options [Video]

The Rane Sixty-Four Mixer sports dual USB ports for easy DJ changes, on-board effects, Serato DJ MIDI controls, and can support up to four external Serato NoiseMap Vinyl/CD control decks at once.The Rane Sixty-Four Mixer has been around for quite some time now but there are lots of features hidden within it’s control surface that DJ’s might not know about.  The Rane Sixty-Four also has many MIDI Shift functions that give buttons and knobs dual usage.  Check out the quick Shift Options video that Rane has released to show some of these features after the jump.

Rane Sixty-Two Duck Echo Effect [Video]

The Rane Sixty-Two mixer is still arguably the king of all battle scratch DJ mixers since its the main weapon of choice for most DJ competitions and competitors.  The Rane Sixty-Two is a premium-grade Serato DJ two-channel mixer that comes with everything a DJ needs to convert their Vinyl or CD decks into virtual timecode decks that can be used to manipulate the digital files located on a computer. Check out the new tutorial video that shows the Duck Echo effect.

Rane MP2014 Session Input/Output [Video]

The Rane MP2014 Rotary Mixer is just like the recently reviewed Rane MP2015 except it has two less channels and removes the submix section bringing the MP2014 down to only 10-inches wide (11-inches with the wood panels) which also brings down the cost to $1999.  Rane has just released a new video that shows how to use the Session Input and Output.  Check out the video after the jump.

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