Rane introduces the TTM57mkII for Serato DJ at NAMM 2015

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Rane has launched the TTM57mkII at NAMM 2015, the successor to its ground-breaking TTM57SL, which has been around since 2016 and was the first ever DJ mixer with a built-in USB sound card and integrated Serato software controls.

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 and loop roll controls with back-lit buttons. Intuitive Serato DJ iZotope FX controls for easy and quick access.

Rane TTM57mkII

The mixer features Rane’s exclusive dual USB port architecture for intuitive DJ change over and supports creative dual computer applications.

Rane TTM57mkII Rear

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 colour 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

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