Dicer

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We have seen a small number of users with various Class Compliant USB MIDI Devices have an issue using Mac OS where the MIDI Devices do not appear properly to the computer. This causes odd behavior,...
No, Scratch Live will only recognise one pair (two individual controllers) of Dicers.
Novation have created mappings for Traktor Pro and Traktor Scratch which will be available to download from the Novation website to allow Dicer to be used to control cue points and loops. Hot Cue,...
The Scratch Live 2.1 Official Release, (required for 'plug and play' integration of Dicer), is now available via the Serato.com website. In order to download the software, you must already be...
Serato have two different software packages - "Scratch Live" and "ITCH". Dicer is designed for Scratch Live, but not for ITCH. Dicer cannot be used with Serato ITCH, because ITCH does not support any...
You need to analyse the BPM of the track before you can use the looping features of Scratch Live. In general, this is required for any looping features for Serato. You can analyse BPM in one of two...
The video below show you how to assign the shift modes on the Dicer to be able to navigate and load through the tracks in your library and crates and also shows you how to use the dicer to trigger...
Please do not hot plug your Dicers!! Always ensure your Dicers are connected via the 1/8 inch mini jack cable before connecting via USB to your computer. If you do not connect in this way you could...
Dicer is a class-compliant MIDI device. This means that it uses the computer's built-in drivers on both Mac and PC. No additional drivers are required.
The first set of shift buttons are pre-assigned to set and delete cue points in Serato Scratch Live as default. These can not be user defined however the second and third Shift Mode buttons can be...