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  1. Introducing the MP2015 Rotary Mixer

    Introducing the MP2015 Rotary Mixer
    Rane worked with some of the World’s best DJs and clubs to redefine the Rotary DJ Mixer. With help from Doc Martin, Steffi, Dixon, Ata, Oliver Hafenbauer, Anthony Parasole, Martyn, Gerd Janson, Mano Le Tough, Ben UFO, Derrick Carter, Mark Farina, Efdemin, Brian BeeZwax, James Patrick, a handful of Seattle's best DJs and many more, Rane is proud to introduce the MP2015. The Rane...
  2. Introducing the Rane TTM57mkII for Serato DJ

    Introducing the Rane TTM57mkII for Serato DJ
    When introduced in 2006 the TTM57SL broke ground as the first ever DJ mixer with built-in USB sound card and tightly integrated Serato software controls. When discontinued in 2013, the TTM57SL had developed a cult-like following. The TTM57mkII stays true to its original design by supporting familiar workflow while improving performance and software integration. Updated software controls include silicone RGB...
  3. The Mixer that House Built: Rane MP 2016

    The Mixer that House Built: Rane MP 2016
    In 1999, Rane released their first rotary DJ mixer, the MP 2016. Modeled after the popular Urei 1620 and the legendary Bozak CMA line of rotary mixers, absolute favorites within the House Music community. The MP 2016 was designed to fill the rotary mixer void created by the late great Bozak mixer series and the discontinuation of the Urei 1620 in 1993. Just like Urei mixer before...
  4. Rane’s First DJ Mixer: The MP 24

    Rane’s First DJ Mixer: The MP 24
    In The Beginning: Rane's Introduction to the DJ Industry Rane first entered the DJ mixer market upon request from Richard Long of Richard Long & Associates (RLA). Richard Long was a famous sound designer for the biggest names in disco. He designed systems for Paradise Garage, Studio 54, Annabels (London), Regines (a chain of 19 clubs scattered around the world from Paris and New...
  5. Rane At The Decibel Festival 2014

    Rane At The Decibel Festival 2014
    Its that time of the year again. Kids are back in school, the end of summer is around the corner, and the buzz of one of Seattle’s best weeks of music, the Decibel festival, is cascading across the lips of ravers and club goers everywhere. On its 11th year, the Decibel festival has grown to be one of the biggest...
  6. Fight Night with AL3

    Fight Night with AL3
    Over the past few years, the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) has held events in dozens of countries and nearly every State within the United States. Providing the soundtrack for fight fans along the way has been AL3, a proud and long time user of Rane mixers. AL3 (Albert Lineses III ) joined the production team for the UFC in 2009...
  7. Where To Go For Support With Serato Software and Your Hardware Device

    Where To Go For Support With Serato Software and Your Hardware Device
    Rane has an exuberant amount of pride in great customer support. If you’ve ever needed someone to talk to regarding an issue with your Serato software when coupled with a Rane unit you would know this. In the continued spirit and ongoing devotion to great support we thought it a good time to inform the public on how support channels...
  8. Moving Your Library and Crates to a New Computer or Hard Drive

    Moving Your Library and Crates to a New Computer or Hard Drive
    This article has been kicking around the forums at Serato.com for some time now, but we felt it could use a revival. If you're new or old to digital DJing, at some point in your DJ career, you will inevitably need to move your Serato Software library to another computer or to another hard drive. This article covers the following common scenarios...
  9. Using Traktor with Rane Mixers

    Using Traktor with Rane Mixers
    Are you a fan of the Rane Sixty-Four and/or Sixty-Two and its tight integration with Serato software but prefer using Traktor? Fear not, we're here to make your life a little easier by sharing a mapping we whipped up which gives you control of Traktor's main functions right at your fingertips. What you may or may not need The Sixty-Four and...
  10. We Love HID

    We Love HID
    Gone are the days of needing to use store-bought CDs, control discs, or even USB sticks to play your jams. The HID protocol present in many CD players has made things a lot more functional and enjoyable for DJs who use them as their weapon of choice. This article will walk you through getting your CD players communicating with your...

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