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Rane TTM 57SL Quick Start
TTM 57SL QUICK START
Install
Scratch Live
4. When the download is complete, click
Open.
a. For Mac, just double click the Scratch
Live Installer and it will install.
b. For Windows XP, opening this
downloaded file (double-clicking) should
uncompress it. A dialog will ask where
you want the files: choose Desktop.
Note: if nothing happens when you
double-click the downloaded file, you
will need to install an unzip utility to
uncompress the file. Type “unzip” into a
search engine for several options.
MAC Installation
Welcome
Before installing, visit serato.com to
be sure you have the latest Scratch Live
software update. Check back regularly for
updates, advice and tips. If you are new
to computers and installing software, read
this section first.
Insert the Software Installation CD and
double-click the installer icon. Mac
users need only connect the TTM 57SL
mixer after installing the software. No
extra hardware installation is required.
Make sure you connect it directly to
your computer and not through a hub or
splitter.
1. At serato.com, click DOWNLOADS.
2. See if the version online is higher than
the disc you have.
a. If it is the same, proceed to the Mac or
Windows installation in this Quick Start.
b. If it is higher, click the download link.
3. Do you want to open or save this file?
Click Save, and navigate to an easy
place to find it, such as your desktop.
When using Vista’s or 7’s Windows
Explorer, click Browse Folders in the
lower left corner and select Desktop.
Windows XP, Vista & 7
Installation
1. Connect the TTM 57SL to your
computer with the included USB cable.
Make sure you connect it directly to
your computer and not through a hub
or splitter. Cancel the New Hardware
Wizard if it pops up.
2. Insert the Software Installation CD.
If the CD doesn’t start automatically,
browse to the CD drive and run setup.
exe.
a. If you downloaded the installer in
Windows XP as described in the
previous section, double-click setup.
exe on your desktop.
b. If you downloaded the installer in
Windows Vista or 7, double-click setup.
exe in the compressed (zipped) folder.
If a message tells you the software you
are installing has not passed Windows
logo testing, choose Allow or Continue
Anyway.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
To change the directory you wish to
install Scratch Live into, select Custom
Install, otherwise choose Complete.
Once the installation is complete,
Scratch Live appears in the Start
Menu under All Programs > Serato >
Scratch Live.
DRIVER UPDATE TOOL
If you forgot or were unable to connect
the TTM 57SL during software installation,
you can update or install your drivers
later by using the Driver Update Tool. By
default the Driver Updater will be located
at
C: > Program Files > Serato > driver_
updater32.exe
or for Vista or 7 64-bit systems:
C: > Program Files (x86) > Serato >
driver_updater64.exe.
1. Connect the TTM 57SL mixer to your
computer with the USB cable. If the
Hardware Wizard shows up, click
Cancel.
2. Run the driver_updater.exe utility. If you
are asked whether to install one of the
drivers, choose Continue Anyway and
the utility will confirm that the driver has
been updated.
3. In Window XP, each USB port is treated
separately, requiring a separate driver
install for each USB port. Follow this
installation process for each USB port
you will connect to a TTM 57SL.
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Connections
2. Connect the turntable ground wires to
the ground post of your mixer.
3. Connect the USB cable from the TTM
57SL to your computer as described
in the previous section. Note: On some
Windows machines, each USB port is
treated separately, requiring a separate
driver install for each USB port (see
DRIVER UPDATE TOOL on previous
page).
CD player connection
1. Connect your CD players to any of the
PGM 1 and PGM 2 inputs on the back
of the TTM 57SL. By default, A1 and
A3 are selected as the control source
inputs. Set any of the little switches
with a CD player up to LINE. When
connected properly, circles will be
displayed within the scope view of the
SETUP screen while playing the control
CDs (see CALIBRATING SCRATCH
LIVE).
2. Connect the USB cable from the TTM
57SL to your computer as described
in the previous section. Note: On some
Windows machines, each USB port is
treated separately, requiring a separate
driver install for each USB port (see
DRIVER UPDATE TOOL on the previous
page).
Turntable connection
1. Connect your turntables to any of the
PGM 1 and PGM 2 inputs on the back
of the TTM 57SL. By default, A1 and
A3 are selected as the control source
inputs. Set any of the little switches
down that has a turntable connected
to it. Set all other switches up to LINE.
Note: When connected properly, circles
will be displayed within the scope view
of the setup screen while playing the
control records (see CALIBRATION).
USB
B
DUAL C
DUAL
CD
D PL
PLAY
AYER
ER O
OUT
UTS
S
PLAYER
OUTS
GROUND
GROUND
TURNTABLE OUT
PGM 1
1D
4
2
4
+12
PAN
R
10
+12
OUTPUT
LEVELS
HIGH
OFF
+6
OFF
+6
OFF
+6
OFF
+6
L
PAN
R
8
10
OL
+6
OFF
6
8
8
0
FlexFX
10
BOOTH
4
6
0
10
4
6
0
10
2
LOW
OFF
P1
10
2
8
AUX OUT
6
2
6
0
MAIN
MID
LOW
4
4
2
INPUT
GAIN
MID
FlexFX
MIC LOW
0
0
2
A
8
HIGH
MIC HIGH
4
10
1D
6
2
GAIN
10
L
-12
4
8
0
INPUT
AUX IN
-12
6
2
8
0
PGM 2
2
A
6
TURNTABLE OUT
+6
P2
2
8
PHONES
MIC LEVEL
DECK
MIC ON
1
B1
GROUP
2
B2
B3
B4
B5
PGM 1
B6
CUE
PGM 2
METER
STEREO
HOUSE
CHANNEL
SWAP
J1
SLOW
FAST
FADER 1 CONTOUR
2
MASTER
CUE
J2
SLOW
REVERSE
FAST
CROSSFADE CONTOUR
SLOW
REVERSE
FAST
FADER 2 CONTOUR
REVERSE
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+8
+4
+2
0
–2
–4
–8
–16
–24
Calibrating SCRATCH LIVE
Calibration
When setting up Scratch Live in a new
location, calibrate the software to the
background noise picked up by needles,
cables and CD players. Play music
through the system from any source.
1. Put one Virtual Deck in INT mode, load
a track, press the play button, and turn
up the mixer volume and sound system
as loud as you will be playing your
session.
Since Scratch Live is controlled by an
analog signal, there is no guarantee of
what state that signal will be in by the time
the software gets to interpret it. Therefore,
Scratch Live needs to be able to handle a
wide range of signals, and be configurable
to use them optimally. Calibrating is just
configuring the software to your situation.
Calibration is equally important for both
vinyl and CD users of Scratch Live.
2. With audio playing through your
speakers:
a. When using a turntable, place the
needle on the record with the motors off
and switch to the SETUP screen.
b. When using CD players, pause the CD
and switch to the SETUP screen.
3. Press and hold the estimate button
for each side, letting go when the
threshold setting is stable (usually about
one second). In situations with lots of
background noise, the threshold will
need to be higher.
4. Start the motors, and adjust the L/R
balance and P/A balance next to each
calibration scope to adjust the shape
of the inner ring. Use the scope zoom
slider (1x to 16x) to zoom in or out as
necessary. Note: If you have trouble
getting the rings circular, try cleaning
or changing your needles. If the image
appears as a line, then one channel
of the turntable is not working. See
examples of SCOPE READING AND
FIXES in the manual.
5. Check the percentage (%) in the bottom
right corner of each calibration scope,
indicating the percentage of readable
signal — this number should be 80% to
100% when your system is calibrated
properly.
These are the basics of calibrating. If
you run into any problems or questions,
we really recommend reading the
CALIBRATING SCRATCH LIVE in the
manual. If you aren’t seeing good circles,
refer to the SCOPE READING AND FIXES
pages in the manual.
After your setup is calibrated properly
you are ready to import music. See
IMPORTING AND PLAYING MUSIC in the
manual to get started.
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Keyboard shortcuts
KEY
ctrl - L
ctrl - R
ctrl - F
ctrl - A
ctrl - C
ctrl - E
ctrl - V
ctrl - X
ctrl - Z
shift - ctrl - 
shift - ctrl - 
ctrl - P
ctrl - N
ctrl - O
- or +
ctrl - or +
tab
ctrl - del and
ctrl - backspace
alt - del and
alt - backspace
ctrl - shift - del and
ctrl - shift - backspace
ctrl - shift - /
esc
SP-6 SAMPLE PLAYER
Load to sample slot
Play sample slot
LEFT DECK
ctrl -  or shift - 
ctrl - shift - 
shift - alt - 
ctrl - , (comma)
ctrl - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
F1
F2
F3
F5
Q
W
E
R
T
Y
U
I
O
P
[
ctrl - [
alt - Q
alt - W
alt - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
ctrl - alt - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
alt - E
alt - R
alt - O
alt - L
alt - space bar
ctrl - I
Actions Accessed Directly from the Computer Keyboard
ACTION
Locate the current track. This will highlight the track you most recently loaded.
Pressing ctrl - L again will alternate between the tracks recently loaded on both decks.
Reveal - the highlighted song is opened in a file browser.
Find - moves the cursor to the search box.
Select all.
Copy text in edit mode.
Edit text.
Paste text in edit mode.
Cut text in edit mode.
Undo last track load.
Move focus up / down through the library or crates. Note that if you have a song highlighted in the
song view, and use shift - ctrl -   you will move up or down through the library or crates. When
you release the shift or ctrl key, the focus will go back to the song view so that you can move up and
down through songs using  .
Add tracks to the prepare window.
Start a new mic recording.
Open the track in your default MP3/WAV/OGG/AIF player.
Zoom the main waveform display.
Zoom the library text size.
Alternate focus between crates or songs.
Remove track from library., remove track from crate, delete crate (does not delete the file).
Remove track from crate and from library.
Delete the file from your library and send to the recycle bin.
(Note to iTunes users: files in your iTunes library cannot be deleted this way).
Toggle the input reverse switch
Clear search string if searching, or exit Scratch Live.
slot 1
slot 2
slot 3
slot 4
slot 5
slot 6
ctrl - alt - Z ctrl - alt - X ctrl - alt - C ctrl - alt - V ctrl - alt - B ctrl - alt - N
Z
X
C
V
B
N
ACTION
Load the highlighted song to a deck.
Load the track currently on one deck onto the other deck as well (instant
doubles).
Unload the track from a deck.
Place a cue point.
Place a cue point in a slot.
Jump to cue points slots.
(rel and int modes)
Switch deck to absolute mode.
Switch deck to relative mode.
Switch deck to internal mode.
Key lock on / off.
Play / pause reverse.
Play / pause forward.
Pitch down.
Pitch up.
Bend down.
(rel and int modes)
Bend up.
(rel and int modes)
Censor.
(rel and int modes)
Go to temporary cue point.
(rel and int modes)
Set / adjust loop in-point.
Set / adjust loop out-point.
Loop on / off.
Jump to selected loop.
Load previous track.
Load next track.
Auto loop on / off.
Loop roll.
Rewind.
(rel and int modes)
Fast forward.
(rel and int modes)
Previous loop.
Next loop.
Activate the tempo tapper.
Set temporary cue point.
(rel and int modes)
RIGHT DECK
ctrl -  or shift - 
ctrl - shift - 
shift - alt - 
ctrl - . (period)
ctrl - 6, 7, 8, 9, 0
6, 7, 8, 9, 0
F6
F7
F8
F10
A
S
D
F
G
H
J
K
L
;
'
ctrl - '
alt - A
alt - S
alt - 6, 7, 8, 9, 0
ctrl - alt - 6, 7, 8, 9, 0
alt - D
alt - F
alt - P
alt - ;
alt - space bar (x2)
ctrl - K
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