The TTM 57SL DJ mixer combines the best Rane and Serato have to offer in a single, high performance mixer. The Rane TTM 57SL fully integrates mixer hardware, software, and software controls in one pow... Read More
The TTM 57SL DJ mixer combines the best Rane and Serato have to offer in a single, high performance mixer. The Rane TTM 57SL fully integrates mixer hardware, software, and software controls in one powerful package. This Rane mixer combines all the performance and features of the Rane TTM 56 with Serato Scratch LIVE software. But Rane didn't stop there with this music mixer -- they also included internal effects with six stereo insert points.
The Rane TTM 57SL DJ mixer comes with two pieces of control vinyl, two control CDs, Scratch LIVE software, and an extensive color manual.
Play a combination of digital and analog sources
Play up to two digital files controlled by vinyl or CD while recording your mix
Or, record two stereo sources when not using vinyl or CD control
Cue analog and digital sources
Operate standalone as a no-compromise performance mixer
Rane TTM 57SL Mixer Configurations
Any combination of up to four turntables or CD players, any two of which may be used with control vinyl/CDs!
Battle/live performance DJ
Remix project studio/post production
Reviewed by 10 customers
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Rane just came out with an update to Scratch Live that adds new features to the TTM57 mixer. Adds a new dimension to DJ work! I've been using Scratch Live for years and just bought the mixer. I like the simplicity and flexibility of the functions. The sound quality is also impressive. Great choice for professional DJ's.
Started with a Denon Dnx-120...good..then went to a pioneer DJM-600...great mixer...Now I have the TTM-57SL and I wish I would of gotten it first. Once you get the Serato button's set to the way you want, this mixer cannot be beat. The sound quality is great, the overall quality is top-notch, and the fact that I don't have to carry the Serato interface or a midi-controller is icing on the cake. Its pricey, but its well worth it and I would of paid twice the price. GET IT, YOU CAN'T GO WRONG.
Just picked up the TTM57 SL today, and all I can say is WOW! I can not ask for more out of a mixer especially as a DJ/Producer who uses ableton live. No more reaching for my laptop in some clubs I perform at where the laptop has to be placed in some odd position. I can scroll through my crates and songs and load it to deck a or b. At home I can record a mix and upload it directly on ableton with all my eq-ing, fades, x fades loops and more for further tweaking. 10++ from me. KEEP IT UP RANE !!
Once you get past the learning curve of memorizing the functions you open up a whole new realm of possibilities to your mixes. To put it simple there is not another comparable mixer in the 10" class right now. the djm-909 is a great efx mixer but it lacks the head room and the outputs are limited. The only drawback is the price but when you consider all the options and future upgrades it's a steal.
I like gear that I can use a long time because to me the longer you use it the more comfortable it feels(For example my Technique 1200's are older than some of you readers.)The Rane TTM57 is one of those products which I Know will be with me for a long time because it is that good.This mixer is for the Pros and it does everything the pros need.If you need a mixer to automatically blend the songs for you this is not that one.This is the grown man mixer
I hated converting over to cdj's.I seen this mixer a few times before I purchased my cdjs,but never payed attention to it. One of my friends bought this mixer & brought it over to my house.Hooked it up to my 1210's, & showed me the features & how bad this mixer is. I was just blown away how Rane synced the mixer & serato.Oh yea & it also has HOT CUES!!!! You have to see this mixer in action,too hard to put into words.Glad this mixer was invented, I surely did hate leaving my 1210's @ home.There's nothing compared to the feel of vinyl :]
I love this mixer. The sound is warm, and while I wish the knobs where as big as the djm 800, and while I wish there were a 3 channel rotary version for the house dj (serato needs to come up with a 3 to 4 channel version), I am happy to report that I am satisfied with the product. The mixer also feels very sturdy; and last but not least, one of the most important, yet unmentioned, features of this product is the 3 yr. warranty! I don't think you will get this with any other product, but correct me if I'm wrong. It is a bit expensive but look around and have Guitar price match. Peace.
First off, they've added full kills to the 3-band eq, which can be toggled to hold or switch from within the Serato software. They've also added FX, which at first seem difficult to work with, but once you get a hang of the control from the mixer, you can utilize them without the software. Although only two effects are currently available (Echo/Delay and Filter)
Rane has done it again with the TTM 57SL, dropping a high-quality mixer packed full of features. They've taken the already amazing TTM 56 mixer and put it on steroids. The obvious draw is the face controls for the Serato Scratch Live software, but there's way more to this mixer than that. First off, they've added full kills to the 3-band eq, which can be toggled to hold or switch from within the Serato software. They've also added FX, which at first seem difficult to work with, but once you get a hang of the control from the mixer, you can utilize them without the software. Although only two effects are currently available (Echo/Delay and Filter), Rane has promised new effects will be available soon. The Serato software itself is very intuitive and is constantly being upgraded and worked on by the Rane team. On high end machines there is no noticable lag when scratching with the control vinyl, although if you have under 512MB RAM you may suffer from a bit of latency. This mixer really has too many functions to list. It'd be better to go get a feel for the TTM 57SL at a local shop. This is really one of the best mixers out there, and a great value for the price.
I give it up to Rane for fusing the TTM 56 and Serato Scrath Live to create the TTM 57sl. I don't need to bring all my records anymore just my laptop. The software is very easy to use. If you operate itunes, you can operate Serato. Records your own mixes is a plus. The hardware has everythig that the 56 has but with built in effects kill swicthes. One of best features is the mixer is it acts like a sound card so i record onto others programs ike Logic and Protools. there are two minor downfalls one is that the 57 don'est have the contour control like the 56 has and of course the price. But with all this mixer can do it's worth it. RANE TTM 57SL A God among others mixers.
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