Aus heiterem Himmel heraus hat Native Instruments Traktor Pro und Traktor Scratch Pro veröffentlicht.
zu den Features kann ich noch nichts sagen, da ich am Wochenende etwas besseres zu tun hatte als mich um Software zu kümmern, die ich mir dann doch nicht kaufe. Egal, so schauts aus:
Nice. Viel interessanter ist aber folgendes: Rane (Serato) und Ableton (Ableton Live) haben eine Kooperation verkündet:
Live² – Serato and Ableton announce creative partnership.
Auckland, New Zealand, ( October 17, 2008 )
DJs, remixers and producers on the forefront of technology, watch out.
Serato and Ableton are happy to announce a partnership, which will pave the way for the future of Digital DJing. With shared artist rosters from hip-hop (DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Nu-Mark, A-Trak) to electronica (Paul Van Dyk, DJ Sasha), both Ableton Live and Serato Scratch Live are renowned as the premier performance platforms in clubs around the globe.
While Serato’s Scratch Live excels in vinyl emulation, music library control and lightning quick hands-on scratching, Ableton Live provides the tools for production, on-the-ﬂy remixing and beat creation.
“Ableton and Serato take different approaches to modern musical performance,” says Ableton CEO Gerhard Behles, “But both companies live by the philosophy that software should be straightforward, easy to use, and most importantly, reliable and stable onstage and in the studio. Ableton has never had an answer for the DJ who wants vinyl control, and rather than try to emulate what Serato do so well, we simply make sure that our products work well together.”
Serato Audio Research CEO Steve West agrees. “After years of talking together, we’re thrilled to be working with Ableton. It’s exciting to think about what we can offer to DJs and producers: the ability to go beyond just spinning records and add a personal stamp to the music they play.”