Stanton Releases Version 4.0 Update
Stanton, part of the Gibson Pro Audio division, has announced Version 4.0 of the SC-IX operating system for its SCS.4DJ Complete Digital DJ System.
Stanton released the SCS.4DJ in 2011, a fully integrated solution that is capable of providing the functionality and performance demanded by today’s DJs and performers. The SCS.4DJ’s state-of-the-art processors remove the need for an external computer when performing, making it a complete digital DJ system. This fresh approach means a DJ can simply plug in a storage device and start mixing using the built-in decks, mixer and high-resolution colour display.
“SC-IX Version 4.0 looks to bring even more customizable capabilities to the SCS.4DJ,” says Douglas Landfield, Global Marketing Manager of Gibson Pro Audio, a division of the Gibson Guitar Corporation. “The new features, such as the ability to preview songs along with gain control, help provide SCS.4DJ users with all the tools they require to focus on their creative work, rather than the technology.”
Song Preview Path – The update has added the ability to preview a song directly from the song browser.
Gain Functionality for Each Deck – This allows for user-adjustable gain control, which is stored with each track.
VU Meter Source – This gives users a visual representation of Master Output or Decks A & B.
Artist Column Added – Now artists are included in playlist information.
Resort Active Playlist Capability – Now the active playlist can be sorted by artist, BPM and time.
Increased Pitch Range Options – Adds +/- 8% and +/- 15% to existing options.
BeatGrid Editing – Users have the ability to edit a track’s beatgrid in realtime, with both "Tap Tempo" and "Dial-In-BPM" functionality, for increased Sync and Loop accuracy and stability.
The new SC-IX Version 4.0 release and both Mac and PC versions of the QuickGrid high-speed analyzer are now available for download from the Stanton website.