A-Trak has teamed up with RANE on a new Signature edition of the Seventy battle mixer. The DJ and producer teased the mixer on his socials last week, which is a re-branded and re-plated version of the flagship and popular Seventy mixer. According to RANE, “A-Trak himself played an integral part in the mixer’s creation, handpicking the features, signature sound, and look of what he considers to be the ultimate mixer for the future of turntablist performance.”
The mixer is a similar layout to the Seventy, with two-channel faders, MPC-style performance pads, FX levers, three-band EQ control and multi-band filter across two channels, loop control and customisable controls on the mixer’s front with aluminium rotaries.
Where A-Trak made his mark is on the new Fader FX, where up-fader from each channel can be assigned to control FX, with the fader being used for filters and tone generators to play the mixer like an instrument. He’s also tweaked the mixer’s sonic response, adding a “deeper low-end response”. A-Trak and RANE have also added aluminium capped rotaries to the top of the mixer.
More features that remain from the Seventy include dual USB connections for b2bs, dual mic inputs and dedicated sync buttons.
The RANE Sevety A-Trak Edition comes in at £1,699 and is available now. Find out more here.
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