Serato Studio 2.2.0 [WiN]

Serato Studio version 2.2.0
  • Publisher: Serato
  • Product: Serato Studio
  • Release: V.R
  • Version: 2.2.0 CE

Serato Studio 2.2.0 is a powerhouse DAW designed specifically for beat making and sample-based production, offering an intuitive and streamlined workflow that empowers users to unleash their creativity and craft unique masterpieces. With its modern interface and comprehensive feature set, Serato Studio is the ultimate tool for producers looking to stay in their creative flow and bring their musical visions to life.

One of the standout features of Serato Studio 2.2.0 is its new Song View enhancements, which include the ability to display MIDI information directly within Scene Clips. This allows users to easily visualize the structure of their songs and make informed decisions about their compositions. Additionally, Scene Clips can now be resized, truncated, and split, giving users greater control over their arrangements and facilitating seamless editing workflows.

Another welcome addition to Serato Studio is the support for pinch-to-zoom gestures on Mac trackpads, providing users with a more intuitive and efficient way to navigate their projects and focus on specific sections of their compositions. This enhancement, along with the improved Song View grid display and updated audio and Scene Clip design, further enhances the overall user experience and makes Serato Studio even more accessible and user-friendly.

Recent updates to Serato Studio have introduced a range of new features and improvements, including the ability to create a Sample Deck from an audio clip, display Beats & Bars in Song View, and unlimited FX slots. These enhancements give users more flexibility and creative options when working on their projects, allowing them to experiment freely and push the boundaries of their creativity.

One of the most exciting features of Serato Studio is Serato Stems, which enables users to isolate different elements of their samples, such as acapella, instrument, bass, and drums, with the click of a button. This innovative technology, powered by a machine-learning algorithm, delivers unparalleled sound quality and performance, allowing users to explore new sonic possibilities and create truly unique sounds.

Additionally, Serato Studio introduces Serato Visualizer (beta), a powerful tool that allows users to create professional-looking videos for their tracks. With Serato Visualizer, producers can easily enhance their music with captivating visuals, making it easier than ever to share their creations on social media and engage with their audience.

In conclusion, Serato Studio 2.2.0 is a game-changing DAW that offers a wealth of features and capabilities for producers of all skill levels. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a novice beatmaker, Serato Studio provides everything you need to bring your musical ideas to life and take your productions to the next level.

Serato Studio 2.2.0 release notes:

New Song View Features

  • Deck MIDI information now displays in Scene Clips.
  • Scene Clips can now be resized, truncated and split by ; Dragging the Clip start/end points, Right-clicking and selecting ‘Split to New Clip’ (or CMND + E), or Dragging Clips on top of each other.
  • Song View can be zoomed with the Mac Trackpad ‘pinch’ gesture or by holding the CMND key and using a mouse scroll wheel.
  • The Song View anchor can now be set at any currently visible Song View Grid position, rather than limited to 1 beat increments.

Changes

  • Fixed an issue where starting arrangement playback part way through a scene doesn’t pick up automation.
  • Fixed an issue where when sending a licensing request to a Serato server.
  • Fixed an issue where a logged-in user has a combination of expired and valid licenses, and the license server has a problem, SDJ accidentally deletes the user’s licenses.
  • Progress is now displayed when rescanning file information.
  • Audio Clips in Song View are no longer greyed out at very small lengths.
  • Fixed an issue with Error Code #7 on Mac, which prevented some licences from being activated.

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