Serato has just released ITCH 2.0., the latest update to their highly revered DJ software. It is available for download at their site, and previous ITCH owners will receive this update for free.
For those that aren’t familiar with ITCH, it’s a DJ program that is best paired with its dedicated controllers. Since the union between both software and hardware has been thought out from the start, the result is an intuitive, accurate and reliable DJ system that requires no CD players or turntables.
Some of the new features in ITCH 2.0 include: (taken from Serato.com)
- A fresh new look, with changeable Night & Day mode
- New SP-6 Sample Player including Sample Sync
- Multiple display modes to suit different styles of DJing – vertical, horizontal, stack and library views
- Re-optimised Serato SmartSync engine for precise grids and locked grooves
- Improved Instant Doubles functionality, including support for 4 decks
If you’re looking for an ITCH controller, you can take a peek here at Serato’s site. One such controller that I’m excited to review is the Pioneer DDJ-S1 (pictured below) which has an SRP of Php 75,990.