Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Have you tried to uninstall serato and reinstall
It sounds like the version of serato may have issues with it.
Could be worth a try,
this seems to run well for most people that use it,
so I would be looking at the version you have and the equipment its attached to,
to find out if they are compatible,
Any issues should be reported to Serato so they can rectify,
I know an Agent in New Zealand who is a reliable source of information and may be more help if needed,Please let me know thanks
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