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    "Announcing Serato Flip. A brand new Expansion Pack for Serato DJ that allows you to create custom edits, extend and re-imagine your music.

    Available this September with Serato DJ 1.7 - Flip allows you to record your cue point and censor actions which can be saved and looped, ready to re-trigger and start an instant. Use Serato Flip to create and save up to 6 Flips per track, ready for playback in the studio or the club.

    The original idea of being able to record and playback cue point information in a simple way was first pitched to us by NZ producer P Money, who was already using Serato to put beats together by manually triggering cue points.

    Not only a great beat sketch pad, Serato Flip can also be used as a powerful DJ tool. The simple, yet effective control set designed with the DJ in mind allows you to use it in your set in a number of ways:

    Make clean edits of your tracks by recording censor actions.
    Extend intros, breakdowns or outros for better mixing.
    Create transition sections in your songs for changing tempo or beat structure.
    Advanced tone-play and performance.
    Auto-skipping verses or choruses in songs.
    Making beats.
    Serato Flip will be available as a paid Expansion Pack in Serato DJ 1.7, coming this September. It will be available for purchase in-app and on the Serato Online Store for USD $29."
    http://serato.com/latest/blog/17389/...ng-serato-flip


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    I sort of find it funny that Serato Scratch users banged on for years how Serato gave free updates and now every new feature is a paid upgrade, NI does make you pay an upgrade cost every three or so years, but there's heaps of free upgrades in between.

    Seems like they're trying to do their version of remix decks, still haven't got a good midi implementation in the software, hopefully users won't have to pay another $29 for more midi mapping hey....

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