When it comes to unexpected product launches, Rane is the Apple of the MI world. Rane revealed two high end mixers to be positioned around the TTM-57. Still on the higher-end of the price scale (somewhere around the $1200.00 range), the Sixty-One is a mixer for those DJs who want less controls on their mixer, but don’t want to sacrifice the Serato integration and digitally-enhanced features. It’s interesting that Rane took this less is more approach, while other manufacturers continue to add a seemingly endless amount of control buttons.
If you want those extra controls, check out the Sixty-Two. Designed to go head-to-head with Pioneer’s high-end mixers, the Sixty-Two adds “hardware effects, a second USB port to share with another DJ and their laptop, dedicated controls for Library, Loops, Cues and the SP-6 sampler.”
Great to see Z-Trip still killing it at the Rane booth. His appearance coincided with the introduction of the Z-Trip Sixty-Two which features a custom colorway and custom Oyacide Japanese cabling.
check out the demo videos released today…