Rane Sixty-Four for Serato DJ

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This October, we are releasing Serato DJ 1.5 and supporting some brand new hardware from Pioneer and Rane. Two mixers (Pioneer DJM-900SRT / Rane Sixty-Four) with Serato Control Vinyl / CD support (DVS) are being integrated as well as a new sub-controller (Pioneer DDJ-SP1) - a really powerful little device. Read more about these new pieces of kit below. If you have any questions, hit us up in the comments!
Rane Sixty-Four for Serato DJ


Available this October, the Rane Sixty-Four will be the first Rane mixer to support Serato DJ and Serato NoiseMap™ Vinyl/CD control outside of Scratch Live. A four channel, professional club mixer, one of the crowning features it shares with it’s closest relative, the Rane Sixty-Two, is dual USB ports for effortless DJ changeover and back to back sets at the flick of a switch. It’s completely plug-and-play out of the box and built to Rane’s very high standards of quality and performance.

There are controls to slam your cues, engage your Auto-Loops and also trigger Loop Rolls. Two features that will be new to the Scratch Live users moving up to Serato DJ are Sync and Slip mode, both of these new tricks can be controlled on board this powerful mixer. The SP-6 Sample Player can also be controlled using the hardware controls on the Sixty-Four and with Sync, becomes even more powerful.

As well as the natively mapped controls, there are two custom MIDI layers you can access to set up the mixer how you like or map Serato DJ controls that aren’t already available.

Powerful hardware FX (Filter, Flanger, Phaser, Echo, Robot, Reverb), that Sixty-Two owners will be familiar with, individual channel filters and a USB insert to take advantage of the Serato DJ, iZotope software FX, post fader. This is a powerful feature, allowing you to use new FX such as Tape Echo and Epic Reverb, and maintain the tail of the audio when the fader is brought down, just like the hardware FX. There’s also a Flex FX send for any hardware FX pedals or units you might want to connect.

Serato Video users will be happy to know that the Sixty-Four is pre-mapped. The faders and EQs are all natively linked.

In terms of the hardware, the Sixty-Four has a high quality, 32bit floating point, 48kHz sound card for excellent sound output quality and crispy recording. Low latency Core Audio/ASIO drivers are also provided for use with any third party audio applications you might use.

A four-channel club mixer with dual USB ports, allowing for effortless DJ changeover and back-to-back performance. Comes with a range of built-in effects and supports Serato NoiseMap Vinyl/CD control in Serato DJ. Built-in control over 30 powerful Serato DJ features including Library, Cues, Loops, SP-6, Sync, Slip Mode and more. Built to Rane’s high standards of quality and performance.

Hardware Features
Four-Channel club mixer
Dual USB ports for DJ handover and back-to-back performance
Built-in Serato DJ feature control
32-bit floating-point audio sampled at 48kHz
Rane ASIO and Core Audio Drivers for Serato DJ
Advanced MIDI and audio routing
Pre-fader level 3-band isolator EQ, Low-pass/High-pass sweep filter
Advanced post-fader FlexFX bus with 6 internal effects, plus USB insert loop for post-fader software effects for each of the two ports.
Two independent microphone inputs with On/Off, Level, Pan, Tone and FlexEX assign for each mic - one with 48V phantom power switch.
Serato DJ Features
New FX, powered by iZotope.
FX Expansion Packs that can be purchased/activated in app
Single and Multi FX modes
Slip Mode
MIDI Mapping
SP-6 with simple and advanced modes
Up to 8 cue points
Activate or jump to 8 of your saved loop slots
Auto loops and loop rolls
Mic/Aux support
4 Performance view modes
Beatgrid detection and Beatgrid editor
Serato Remote compatibility
Serato Video compatibility
Whitelabel.net track support
Find a distributor
Technical specifications
Analog PH/CD Inputs:
4 Stereo unbalanced RCA jacks
Phono, CD switchable on rear panel
Phono Response RIAA ±1 dB, Gain: 31 dB at 1 kHz
Max Phono Input 126 mV
Max Line Input 4 Vrms
Session S/PDIF I/O:
Input 16-bit or 24-bit PCM only
Input Sample Rate 16 kHz to 144 kHz
Output 24 bit 48 kHz sample rate
24-bit, 48 kHz; Dynamic range 103 dB A-weighted
24-bit, 48 kHz; Dynamic range 107 dB A-weighted
Digital Signal Processing:
48 kHz, 32-bit floating point
USB Audio: Two Ports
Six Stereo Record, Five Stereo Playback
48 kHz, 32-bit floating point
FlexFX Return:
Stereo unbalanced 1" TS (tip-sleeve) phone jack
4 Vrms max
FlexFX Send:
Stereo unbalanced 1" TS phone jack
4 Vrms max
Two Mic Inputs:
Balanced 1" TRS & XLR combination jacks
Single knob high/low Tone controls
Mic 1 +48V Phantom Power on/off switch
Mic 2 Mic/Line-level switch
Line Outputs:
Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz ±0.25 dB
THD+N <0.01% re 0 dBFS, 20 to 20 kHz, 20 kHz BW
Unbalanced jacks (RCA & FlexFX) Maximum 4 Vrms
Balanced jacks (Main & Booth) Maximum 8 Vrms
Universal Power Supply:
100 to 240VAC,50Hz to 60Hz,15 W max
Unit Size:
14.3" H x 12" W x 4" D (36.4cm x 30.5cm x 10.2cm)
Weight 11.3 lb (5.2 kg)
Shipping Size:
7.75" H x 15" W x 19.25" D (19.7cm x 38.1cm x 49cm)
Weight 16 lb (7.26 kg)
OCT 2013

Der Preis wäre noch interessant.
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Ein user aus dem seratoforum hat sich die mühe gemacht und einen vergleich angestellt, ich bin so frei das mal zu rebloggen:

from the pics it looks exactly like a 68 except with button changes to support sdj, 62 knobs and dual usb.

control section (left and right sides)
-layer/shift has moved from the top to the bottom; renamed to layer
-deck 1/2 and 3/4 buttons added
-back button renamed to tab
-scroll/load a/b renamed to scroll/load
-green/orange labeling to denote auto/manual removed
-auto/manual button removed
-loops knob renamed to loop
-save/loop button removed, Slip button added
-delete button removed, Sync button added
-orange/red labeling added to side of cue buttons; probably to denote cue banks 1-2 and/or auto/manual loops
-4 cue buttons instead of 5
-bank button switches between cue 1-4 and cue 5-8, it probably switches between auto/manual looping as well
-cue button 1/5 switches cue/loop mode
-cue button 2/6 switches to the sp-6

mic section
-led's moved to center of mic 1 and mic 2
-high and low knobs merged into 1 tone knob

fx section
-usb a insert and usb b insert buttons added
-62 lcd
-beat buttons removed
-beat joystick added
-level and depth are separate buttons
-??? button added
-flexfx on renamed to On; positions swapped with cue

-main level knob renamed to main mix level
-control point button renamed and moved here
-mono button removed
-headphones level knob renamed

-contour control on top
-extra headphones jack on top

on the 62, loops (auto/manual) are separate from cues/sp-6. on the 64, all 3 functions are on the same buttons, so you will be constantly switching. this is why i didn't like the 68 and now the 64.

i was hoping for the layout of a 62 with 2 more channels. that off center fader section and 3-in-1 buttons is a big fail.
Weiß jmd was der kosten wird ?
Angeblich von rane bestätigter preis im seratoforum 2.199,-- USD, kann man vermutlich dank zoll und einfuhrumsatzsteuer 1:1 in euro umrechnen. Somit biliiger als der sixty eight, der imo weniger drauf hat.

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