Turntablism is alive and more creative than ever. Rane and Serato are proud to be supporting partners in that creativity with the introduction of the Rane Sixty-One and Sixty-Two Mixers for Serato Scratch Live. For more than a decade, artists have chosen innovative Rane instruments to advance their art and three generations of TTM series mixers have been the top pick for many of the world's best performers. These mixers more tightly integrate performers, music, software, and hardware. The artist adds the passion, imagination and skills.
The Sixty-Two is a plug-and-play package supporting two computers, two-deck digital vinyl simulation, SP-6 sample player, software and hardware effects and all the record and playback channels you need. Software controls for Library, Loops, Cues and SP-6 are laid out for fast and intuitive access. Choose the Sixty-Two and join a community of users dedicated to advancement of the art.
The Sixty-Two Mixer supports both analog and Digital Vinyl Simulation (DVS) playback. The mixer is bundled with Serato Scratch Live and includes a fully integrated MIDI controller for software controls.
A typical setup includes operation with two Scratch Live DVS channels, SP-6 sample player on an independent USB Aux playback channel and Software effects enabled on the USB digital insert in the FlexFx loop. This setup also allows recording PGM1 post-fader, PGM2 post-fader and the Main mix.
If you are looking for the same bullet-proof construction, pristine audio quality and integrated 20-channel sound card, but prefer to use your own MIDI controller with outboard software or hardware effects and a single computer, consider the Rane Sixty-One Mixer.
The Sixty-Two is available with all the same functions in two cosmetic versions:
• Standard Rane Sixty-Two Mixer with blue and gray accents.
• Z-Trip's Limited Edition Sixty-Two Z with purple and yellow accents. The face plate design is by Shepard Fairey, and includes custom purple cables.
The Headphone output is available on both 1/4 inch and 3.5 mm TRS jacks.
Cueing can pan between Cue & Main Mix, or Split Cue operation.
The program channel up-faders and crossfader each have their own contour controls that let you adjust between a slow fade or a fast cut. Each fader also has a reverse switch.
PGM Inputs 1-4
The Sixty-Two has four stereo analog inputs for PGM 1 through PGM 4. Any of these analog inputs may be set for Phono or Line Input using the PH - CD switches. Any of the four analog inputs may be used for Scratch Live vinyl emulation control. Input 1 or Input 2 may be selected for Scratch Live Virtual Deck 1 control. Input 3 or 4 may be selected for Scratch Live Virtual Deck 2 control. Control input sources are selected in Scratch Live.
The Mic Input accepts an XLR or a balanced or unbalanced 1/4" plug. The Mic has a switchable line level option to connect a wireless receiver.
All analog outputs come from the same “Main Mix” signal. Main, Booth and Session outputs each have their own Level control. The Main output comes from balanced XLR jacks. The Booth output is on balanced 1/4" TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) jacks, though unbalanced TS (tip-sleeve) plugs may be used. The Session output is on regular unbalanced RCA jacks. Because all signals are identical, users may use any of these outputs as the “main” output if a different cable type is required for connection.
Two USB Inputs and Outputs, Each With These Channels