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    Default Anything new from Serato?

    Now that Traktor 2.5 is announced/confirmed, can we expect anything new to come from Serato? Scratch Live to be exact.

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    Well they have to release 2.4 to work with the new Rane mixers, and the new Serato Video is due out soon as well.....so there has to be some kinda development going on.
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    Yeah definitely seeing some cool stuff from them, but as a SSL user I kinda feel left out. The only update we've seen recently has been bug fixes.

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    MIDI modifier keys would be nice...

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    next couple of months should be nice for the Serato s/w
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmanB89 View Post
    Yeah definitely seeing some cool stuff from them, but as a SSL user I kinda feel left out.
    Forgive me if I'm being insensitive, and I might just be wrong, but……

    I'm not sure you're they're target market if that's what you're complaining about. A lot of the SSL users I know IRL don't know that it has multiple views because they haven't updated anything in years.

    It's kind of the Pro Tools HD of the DJ world, IMHO……you just keep plugging along stable and happy and ignoring every new feature that comes out because yours does what you want it to and isn't broken.

    They might not want people to see it that way, and I could be completely off base…but that's the way I see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mostapha View Post
    Forgive me if I'm being insensitive, and I might just be wrong, but……

    I'm not sure you're they're target market if that's what you're complaining about. A lot of the SSL users I know IRL don't know that it has multiple views because they haven't updated anything in years.

    It's kind of the Pro Tools HD of the DJ world, IMHO……you just keep plugging along stable and happy and ignoring every new feature that comes out because yours does what you want it to and isn't broken.

    They might not want people to see it that way, and I could be completely off base…but that's the way I see it.

    Im not sure if I understand what your saying, but I definitely keep my software up to date, and definitely check out the list of new updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmanB89 View Post
    Im not sure if I understand what your saying, but I definitely keep my software up to date, and definitely check out the list of new updates.
    I believe he meant that a majority of Serato users switched over from spinning vinyl and don't make use of the features it already has...

    I'm with you, I appreciate that we still get little updates (cue point labels = sweet) but it's foolish to expect them to make drastic changes to an 8 year old product that worked pretty much flawlessly when it was released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevo View Post
    I believe he meant that a majority of Serato users switched over from spinning vinyl and don't make use of the features it already has...
    Almost the opposite. They rely so heavily and are so used to the feature set that their version has that they don't want to risk screwing anything up by updating.

    I'm not even sure which version I'm running and unless the cover art browser shows up in release notes, I'm not planning on upgrading until an OS upgrade breaks SSL. And I don't do OS upgrades until Logic an Pro Tools work on the new one. So, I'm kinda waiting to upgrade 'till they fix the one bug I've found or Avid or Apple break SSL.

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