Before SSL 2.0, you could modify an XML to override the buttons/knobs on a controller with Native Support in Serato Scratch Live.
After SSL 2.0, it was nearly impossible until I figured you could hijack the MIDI input using the FREE MidiOX software or Bome's MIDI Translater. You would leave the MIDI output alone to get the HID and LED button lights support in SSL.Read more
I didn't know the Numark NS6 platter was motion-controlled. That would be great if the platter was for effects. However, it stops the track before you hit the platter. I first noticed this when I went to change a loop and the track temporarily stopped.Read more
DN-SC2000 is not officially supported in Serato Scratch Live. But that doesn't mean you can't program this wonderful controller in MIDI. Thanks to Konix and radikarl on Serato's Forum, there is Jog Wheel Support for Scratching.Read more