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Serato DJ Pro 2.4.1

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Serato DJ Pro 2.4.1 is out now, bringing support for the Pioneer DJ DJM-S11.

Pioneer DJ DJM-S11 support

The Pioneer DJ DJM-S11 is a professional two-channel, four-deck battle mixer that builds on the legendary DJM-S9. The mixer brings a host of new features and enhancements, including a 4.3” touch screen display, improved Magvel Fader Pro crossfader and powerful four-deck control. Add even more creativity to your sets with Scratch Bank, a new Serato DJ Pro Pad Mode developed exclusively for the DJM-S11 that allows easy loading of scratch samples and tracks.

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Read the full Serato DJ Pro 2.4.1 release notes.

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Hi,
I am trying to stream using OBS with a MacBook Air Catalina and a Pioneer DDJ 400 USB DJ Controller.
I have installed Soundflower and followed some guides to configure but I cannot get any sound to register through OBS.
The Mac doesn’t recognise the USB controller but there was a guide I followed to use the Soundflower tool to work around this, but no matter what I try obs won’t process it.
When I look at the sound flower Input on Mac I can see the sound bar moving and it’s recognising the input. However when I select it in OBS the sound just doesn’t work, the level doesn’t move and just looks like no sound is coming through.
can someone confirm if it’s even possible to do what I am trying to achieve on a Mac with a controller and obs?
thanks
Louis