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  1. macOS Sierra Updates and Compatibility

    Whenever a new operating system is released, it is crucial to check the compatibility of your hardware and software before choosing to make the jump. It's important to us that your work and creativity are not interrupted. This article reflects the current status of Rane DJ hardware compatibility with macOS Sierra. We do not recommend updating to macOS Sierra 10.12...
  2. macOS Mojave 10.14 for Rane DJ Products

    As Apple unveils its newest operating system, it's time to decide if your system is ready for an update. As always, new cosmetic features and desktop animations can be fun to use, but may not mean better performance for the center of your studio. Whether you are an Engineer, Musician, DJ, or any other audio-visual professional, the only thing that...
  3. El Capitan Update

    Rane support for Apple OS X El Capitan (10.11.4 and higher) Looking for macOS Sierra compatibility? Click here! No device driver needed  These units are Apple Class Compliant devices, which means no 3rd party driver is necessary for use on Macintosh computers. These units are ready to go for OSX El Capitan 10.11.4 or higher.   MP2014MP2015TTM57mkII  Device driver needed These...
  4. Rane DJ SEVENTY-TWO Mixer - Cross Fader Disassembly and Adjustment

    In this video, we take a closer look at the Mag Three, how they work, how to adjust them, disassemble them etc.   We’ll cover each of the adjustments you can do, both using the mixer settings, and internal to the mixer, including how to adjust the cut in, contour, and tension. We’ll also disassemble the fader, so you can see...
  5. Rane DJ SEVENTY-TWO - Setting the Adjustable Fader Tension and Cut-in

    With the introduction of the Rane DJ SEVENTY-TWO comes a redesigned and adjustable new fader: the MAG THREE. The MAG THREE is a non-contact, magnetic fader just like it's predecessor, but boasts a newly designed carrier piece that is 160x stronger. The fader is now more adjustable than ever with an easy to use tension adjustment, fader contour and reverse controls, as...
  6. Rane DJ SEVENTY-TWO - Save & Load User Preferences

    The RANE DJ SEVENTY-TWO mixer saves all changes to mixer preferences in the onboard flash memory. But, the mixer also includes a control panel application so that you can make and store changes on your computer, and even create a backup file for later. This guide will go over downloading the RANE DJ SEVENTY-TWO control panel, basic settings descriptions and...
  7. Rane DJ TWELVE - Vinyl Assembly and Adjusting the Tension

    The TWELVE makes it easy to adjust the tension of your vinyl so you can achieve the perfect spin. In this video, we go over how to remove the vinyl on the top, swap out slipmats, and re-attach while setting the platter tension. Use the 2mm Hex tool to remove the vinyl record by loosening the hex screw on the...
  8. Rane Sixty-Two & Sixty-Four - Troubleshooting USB Connection Issues

    The Rane Sixty-Two and Sixty-Four mixers for Serato DJ are plug-and-play 2-deck and 4-deck professional turntablist mixers with dual USB ports, software controls, and internal effects. This guide walks through troubleshooting USB connection issues between the Sixty-Two, Sixty-Four, and your computer. Contents General USB TroubleshootingTroubleshooting Connection Issues on WindowsCheck the Audio Playback DevicesReinstalling USB Device DriverUpdate USB driversTroubleshooting Connection Issues...
  9. Important Firmware Update Information For Use With Serato DJ

    The Sixty-Two, Sixty-Four, Sixty-Eight, and the SL3 require a firmware update to be compatible with Serato DJ 1.6.0 and newer. Caution to Rane Sixty-Two users: Due to backwards compatibility issues, the 2.14 firmware version is not to be used with Scratch Live (see below for details). 1. Install Serato DJ. 2. Open Serato DJ. 3. Connect your Rane device with a USB cable to...
  10. How-to Reinstall your Kernel Extension file for Scratch Live

    If you are getting the "hardware disconnected" message in Scratch Live with your Rane hardware plugged in, you might need to reinstall your Kernel Extension file. The Kernel Extension files (often thought of as "drivers" for mac OS) are typically used to add support for new hardware and/or filesystems.) To reinstall your Kernel Extension file, follow these steps: 1. Quit all programs...

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