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.
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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. Be sure to check out our full HD-Video review of the

Rane Sixty-Two

and then watch the new tutorial video that shows the Hidden Effect options in action below...

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