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Technology Serato's DJ software is ready for macOS Catalina

13:15  22 october  2019
13:15  22 october  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Now Serato has announced that DJ Pro 2.3 and DJ Lite 1.3 are compatible with macOS Catalina , ready to load their libraries automatically from Also, as The Verge notes, some other DJ software like Rekordbox has not yet updated to work with Catalina , so make sure you have a full accounting of

Since the macOS Catalina was announced in June, many DJs have expressed serious concern about potentially losing one of the most commonly used In today’ s article, we take a look at what will happen upon Catalina ’ s launch and how integration with DJ softwares will be impacted with the new

One downside about using your Mac to DJ is that every system update carries some risk of incompatibility or error, and the recent change to Catalina was more drastic than others. That's because Apple forcibly ejected iTunes in favor of splitting duties between more iOS-like Music, Podcasts and TV apps. While most people could move on with a few adjustments, DJ software that linked to iTunes for indexing and creating playlists of music needed an update to deal with the new system.

  Serato's DJ software is ready for macOS Catalina

Now Serato has announced that DJ Pro 2.3 and DJ Lite 1.3 are compatible with macOS Catalina, ready to load their libraries automatically from the new Music app. Separately, the company said that its Studio 1.3.1 software is also supported on the new OS,but Serato Sample and Pitch 'n Time Pro and LE are "actively being worked on."

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Music software company Serato has updated DJ Pro and DJ Lite to bring full support for macOS Catalina , which ditches iTunes in favor of a new standalone Music app. Fortunately, Serato ' s updated software works with Apple's new Music app, and libraries in Music can automatically load in

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However that's not everything you'll need to control the music, and Serato has a list of hardware that's either compatible with Apple's latest software, in testing, or unsupported, and you'll want to double check that before updating or buying a new Mac. Also, as The Verge notes, some other DJ software like Rekordbox has not yet updated to work with Catalina, so make sure you have a full accounting of things needed for a day (or night) behind the decks.

Serato, Serato Support

Serato’s new versions of its DJ software are compatible with macOS Catalina .
They work with Apple’s new Music appAlong with updating its DJ software, Serato has also released a new version of its beat-making software Serato Studio that’s supported in Catalina. However, not all Serato products are in the clear. Serato Sample and Pitch ’n Time Pro and LE are still not compatible with Catalina, but the company says it’s actively working on updates. Additionally, Serato warns there is still some DJ hardware from partners that doesn’t work with the new OS and the status on that is “out of Serato’s control.

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