This is the first in a range of videos showing you how to get started on the DDJ-SB using Serato DJ. We’ll go over everything from covering the basic controls right up until your first mix and using some of the more advanced features. So, to get started, you need to download Serato DJ. Once you’ve done that, you install it and then open it. Before you start using the SB, you need to put all of your music into Serato DJ. So, to do that, we can click on ‘Files’, if you navigate to locate your music and highlight the tracks you want and you can click and drag and once you let go, it’s going to import all those in. Before you start using any of the music in Serato, you need to analyse all it, so it can determine the BPM. So, if we highlight them all then click and drag to ‘Analyse Files’ on the top left, it will begin to analyse all of those tracks automatically. You can see the progress file here as each track is analysed. Once Serato has finished analysing all of your music, you can get started and connect your SB. So, on the back of the SB, there is a USB port and a phono output. Connect the phono output straight to the speakers and then plug in the USB to the back of the SB and then into your computer. Once you’ve connected to your computer, both virtual decks will be visible. So, that’s the SB set up and ready to go. In the next video, we’ll be showing you how to load tracks onto the SB and get started with your first mix.