Scratch Live

New Serato Scratch Live ASIO and CoreAudio support

In case you’re not sure what this means, new (currently beta) drivers for Rane’s SL3 and Sixty-Eight hardware allow them to be used as standard audio interfaces. Since their inception, the hardware that powers Serato Scratch Live has been interfaced with proprietary drivers or (Windows only) ASIO support. Now, though, all that’s changed – providing you’re the proud owner of one of the prestige models in the Scratch Live lineup, the SL3 or Sixty-Eight mixer.

new (currently beta) drivers for Rane’s SL3 and Sixty-Eight hardware allow them to be used as standard audio interfaces.

This is great news for people drawn to the Scratch Live software, but feeling somewhat short changed by the fact that just about all DVS solutions, notably NI’s Audio 4 and 8, can be used as audio interfaces to power their other music software. It’s a shame there’s no word of SL1 core audio support, but this is definitely something to look forward to for the people with the right hardware.
Take a look at this forum post to get hold of the beta drivers, or keep your eye out for the final versions soon. There’s also a 2.2 update for Scratch Live in beta available here, which brings better effects support forĀ TTM57 users, integrates Vestax’s VFX1 effects controller, and a few pages of bug fixes.

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