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 backlit pads for triggering 4 cue points per deck or the SP-6 sampler. Classic joystick controls toggle slip, instant doubles, internal mode, censor, and transform. Dedicated auto-loop & loop roll controls with back-lit buttons. Intuitive Serato DJ iZotope FX controls for easy & quick access.
The mixer features Rane’s exclusive dual USB port architecture for intuitive DJ change over and supports creative dual computer applications. The TTM57mkII is a classic reborn.
Key improvements include:
- Dual USB 2.0 high speed class compliant audio and MIDI USB ports:
- No driver required on Mac
- High performance ASIO driver for Windows
- 10 record and 10 playback channels per port
- Sample rates of 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz and 96 kHz.
- Dedicated Serato DJ iZotope USB FX inserts for each deck.
- Software color coded silicone RGB back-lit pads.
- Aux Channel for SP-6 routing.
- High/Low-Pass sweep filters for Decks 1, 2 and Aux.
- Rane’s proprietary non-contact magnetic faders.
If you want to know the key differences between Scratch Live to Serato DJ, check this article which compares the two: http://serato.com/scratchlive/compare
When you are ready to make the move, check this for things you need to know: http://serato.com/latest/blog/16989/things-to-know-scratch-live-to-serato-dj
Once you have made the transition to Serato DJ, this article will teach you how to use all of the new features such as sticker lock, slip, flip, iZotope fx & expansion packs, multi-fx mode, different display modes, eight cue points & more: http://serato.com/dj/tutorials