1. Familiar interfaceSerato Studio has a specialized workflow for production that can make sense to digital DJs because its layout is harking back to Serato DJ. It offers nearly everywhere “decks” on the top bar, plus a library within the bottom. The left deck is where you edit and manipulate sounds, the correct deck is where you sequence those sounds, as well as the library section at the end is where you find and load your sounds from.
2. Compatibility with existing DJ controllersOne genius move by Serato will be the integration of Serato DJ controllers. DJs who already own a Serato DJ-compatible controller are now able to utilize same controller to build music. The performance pads for every single deck controls important elements of software program while a workflow that is similar to how DJs already utilize controller when DJing.
The standardised layout coming from all Serato DJ controllers means many different controllers work, and Serato is promising upcoming support for many controllers.