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Rane Sixty-Eight

$2,600.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Enables 4 deck support for Serato.

The Cons:Expensive compared to other 4 channel mixers.

The Sixty-Eight is a four-channel disc jockey mixer from the Rane company that is intended for two-person live performance in conjunction with Serato Scratch Live software. Featuring two USB 2.0 ports for real-time computer controlling, this model can be used with up to four digital or analog turntables as well as Serato's "Virtual Deck" software add-on.

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Each of the mixer's four channels includes a full-cut three-band equalizer for individual control over low, medium and high frequency levels, with high and low-pass filter available. A strip of dedicated Scratch Live controls is included for remote library navigation, as well as a number of different "Cue" and "Loop" functions. Six internal audio effects are built into the Sixty-Eight's "FlexFX" bus, which also features an automatic quantizing feature for beat-matched processing. External hardware effects can be configured via the mixer's stereo auxiliary inputs, with additional USB support for software-based effects. Two separate microphone inputs are included - one with phantom power for live vocal performance and one with line-level equalization for spoken word or narration. Live set performances can be easily recorded with a USB storage device such as a flash drive or external hard drive, with four stereo playback options for an ideally balanced mix. In addition, the mixer features a built-in universal switching power supply that prevents short-circuiting, ideal for touring DJs. 


  • Black Aesthetic
  • Optimized for Serato Scratch Live compatibility
  • 2 USB 2.0 ports
  • Real-time dual computer support
  • Supports 2-4 hardware or virtual decks
  • Dedicated Scratch Live library control
  • FlexFX with 6 internal effects
  • 2 microphone inputs
  • 3-band full-cut EQ for each channel
  • USB recording capability
  • Universal power supply

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    Enables 4 deck support for Serato

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    Expensive compared to other 4 channel mixers

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