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May 30, 2017 Rane TTM 57sl and Serato Scratch Live: Using Echo EFX Efficiently May 30, 2017 This is an archive or an article that is no longer available and describes how I set up my Rane TTM57 sl with Serato Scratch Live to automate echo / delay effect with the bpm of the beat I am scratching too. Serato just released the latest version of Serato DJ that includes support for Rane’s update of its well-loved TTM57 scratch mixer. Having pushed out a big software update last week, Serato has just released an incremental one to Serato DJ. Now at version 1.7.5, the new update includes plug and play support for Rane’s brand new TTM57mkII mixer.

Scratch

The micro:bit extension for scratch allows you to connect wirelessly with the micro:bit. There are a couple of steps to set this up and then you can use the blocks in all sorts of programs.


Ensure your device is capable of running the Scratch app: Windows 10 1709+, macOS 10.13+ , Chrome OS or Android 6.0+


For Windows and Mac OS you will also need to be running Bluetooth 4.0 and you will need to be online for Scratch Link to connect


To check your Bluetooth version:


On Mac

  1. Click the menu.
  2. Select About This Mac.
  3. Click on the More Info... button.
  4. Click on the System Report... button.
  5. Select Bluetooth from the sidebar on the left, underneath 'Hardware.'
  6. Scan down the list of information until you find 'LMP Version.'


If your Mac is equipped with Bluetooth 4.0, LMP Version will say 0x6. Anything lower than that is an older version of Bluetooth.


On Windows

  1. Right-click the Start button to open its context menu. Select the item called Device Manager.
  2. In Device Manager, expand the Bluetooth node.
  3. If your PC supports Bluetooth 4.0, you will see the item named Bluetooth LE Enumerator


1. Install Scratch Link (skip this step for Chrome OS and Android)

2. Download and unzip the micro:bit Scratch Hex file.

3. Flash the micro:bit over USB with the Scratch .Hex File, you will see the five-character name of the micro:bit scroll across the screen eg 'zutiz'.



4. Connect to the micro:bit in the Scratch editor


Here's a demonstration of how to do this



Once you're set-up, you can then try out these Scratch cards for micro:bit


Troubleshooting

If you find that your micro:bit appears to be paired with your computer but is not showing up on scratch, it may be due to the computer attempting to use a previous pairing request.


One thing you could try is to remove any previous pairings you have on the computer. Each time the micro:bit is programmed via USB it erases any previous information on pairing. However, the computer often remembers previous parings to micro:bits and tries to re-establish them. As such you will need to initiate a fresh pairing each time.


If you are using a proxy server within a school environment, you may need to exclude the scratch link URL and port from using the proxy http://device-manager.scratch.mit.edu:20110/


This is set on the client and not the firewall or proxy.


How to set up an exclusion depends on how the machine's proxy settings have been configured in the first place. This is often done through Windows Group Policy, but may instead be done through a WPAD or PAC file or configured manually on each workstation. (Source: Opendium)


Other ways to interact with Scratch and micro:bit


Scratch to micro:bit bridge

You can use the scratch to micro:bit bridge, developed by MrYslab:


Bluetooth

You can use the S2Bot App plug-in with Scratch, which allows any compatible BLE controller to interact directly with Scratch project:


Additional Information

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https://github.com/carlosperate/awesome-microbit/blob/master/README.md#scratch-extensions



Scratch Live 2.5 (Legacy)

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Note: Serato Scratch Live has been replaced with Serato DJ.

Serato Scratch Live 2.5 comes loaded with a bunch of key features including: Support for Serato Remote, free Loopmasters sample content, plug-and-play support for Pioneer CDJ-2000nexus and MIDI Output Lighting.

What's in Scratch Live 2.5?


Support for Serato Remote

Serato Scratch Live users have support to download and use Serato Remote - Serato’s first official App for iPad®.

Designed to compliment an existing Scratch Live setup, Serato Remote will connect seamlessly to your Serato laptop software and work with all supported Scratch Live hardware.

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Serato Remote lets you see and perform all of your favorite Scratch Live functions without needing to touch your laptop. Control Cue Points, Loops and Samples. Load tracks and manipulate FX in ways that weren’t previously possible. See Serato’s famous Virtual Decks and Track Overviews so you can focus on the crowd and free yourself from your laptop.

Have control at your finger tips and enhance your Scratch Live performance. Serato Remote can be connected wirelessly freeing you to move around the stage or connected over USB for ultra low latency.

Designed with real world performance in mind, using big easy to hit buttons focusing on the most important performance features.

Serato Remote is available now and can be downloaded direct from the App Store℠ for USD 19.99.

To watch Rui from Serato use Serato Remote, and for more information visit serato.com/remote.

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Pioneer CDJ-2000nexus plug-and-play support

With Scratch Live 2.5 you can throw away your control CDs and connect your Pioneer CDJ-2000nexus directly to your laptop.

Tightly mapped software controls give you low latency control over performance features in Scratch Live.

Control your Scratch Live library with your CDJ-2000nexus. See full color album artwork, waveform, cue/loop points and other important track information on the CDJ-2000nexus color display.

MIDI Output Lighting

Now supported with Scratch Live 2.5 MIDI Output Lighting enables the LEDs on your MIDI controller to light up when used with Scratch Live.

We've teamed up with our hardware partners to provide you with some presets for some of the coolest controllers out there.

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You can also read this blog post for more information on how to use the presets.

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Free Loopmasters Sample Content

Scratch Live 2.5 comes with FREE samples from Loopmasters. Get 24 of the best Beats, Hits, Loops and Sweeps, free to you when you download the Loopmasters sample content installer. Download the sample content from within the Scratch Live 2.5 download and the samples will install straight to your Serato library as a crate.

For more information on how to get the sample content have a read of this Loopmasters blog post.

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Scratch Live 2.5 Bug Fixes

Alongside these key features Scratch Live 2.5 also includes bug fixes to continue the unparalleled level of stability and performance that Serato software is known for.

Some examples of the bug fixes are:

  • Mixtape .als recordings now work with Ableton Live 9.
  • Fixed a bug where the beatgrid lock wasn't being saved and loaded to/from the file; it was only being saved to the database.
  • The Sixty-Eight record source is now correctly loaded from preferences.
  • Fixed a bug where the CDJ-350 was sending both MIDI and HID messages which meant it could possibly fire two different Scratch Live events at the same time.
  • Fixed a bug where the DJFX deck assignments wouldn't save to preferences if going from being 'on' initially, to 'off'.

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For a full list of bug fixes see the Scratch Live 2.5 Release Notes

Serato Scratch Live Rane

Read the full Scratch Live 2.5 release notes.