Serato Studio can now Record Audio and More


Serato has released Serato Studio 1.6, a free update that is designed to make it easy to record vocals, track instruments, sample from vinyl and make complete songs.


“Serato Studio now opens up music production to vocalists who want to rap or sing and then put a professional-level beat behind it,” says Serato’s Chief Strategy Officer Nick Maclaren.


“With many DAWs there are technical barriers stopping vocalists from being able to make a simple loop but with Serato Studio you can record and make a beat within a few mouse clicks. It’s the workflow in 1.6 that makes recording unique, and helps vocalists and producers to get ideas down fast, which is often difficult in music production.”


The beginner/DJ-friendly DAW recording functionality has been added without compromising Serato Studio’s simple workflow, which has always been one of the software key selling points. You can now capture vocals, instruments and samples, expanding your creative horizons significantly.


Other improvements include – the ability to drag-and-drop audio clips into other tracks; three additional FX slots for the Audio Track – bringing the total to six; and a new Virtual Audio Driver that enables you to livestream Serato Studio output to another application. Smaller improvements and bug fixes have also been made.


How to record vocals in Serato Studio 1.6:


How to record instruments in Serato Studio 1.6:


Find out more on the Serato website.


You can purchase Serato Studio outright for $199, or subscribe for $9.99 a month.






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