Resolume 6.1.0 Sync to the DJ

We have always been big fans of Resolume, which, in many ways, is the VJ software component of Serato. Here is their latest update about 6.1.0:

The 6.1.0 release is a major point release, which means we added a big feature. As we announced a few weeks ago, we made it a lot easier to sync a prepared video set to the audio coming from the DJ.

If you work with a DJ that mixes on a Denon setup, you can now line up every video in Resolume to every track on the players. You can read all about the what’s and the how’s in the manual. Suffice to say, this will make banging out those DJ intros and special show moments a piece of cake.

We also have a handful of bug fixes. If you’re using multiply a lot, make sure you peek the warning in the full release notes and then hit that download.

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Intro to VJing Workshop this Friday [5/23]

Are you interested in learning the basic skills, techniques, and technologies used in VJing? Then join us this Friday at Mmmmaven as Jay Medina, also known as JMVJ, gives a crash course on the art of VJing. Click here to view the event page.

VJing is a live visual performance art that combines the manipulation of images and videos with music.


Jay Medina has been VJing since 2007. He has performed at many clubs and events in and around Boston, including Uhuru AfrikaGood Life, and DISCO-NNECTION. By using software such as Arkaos’s GrandVJ, Resolume, and MadMapper, Medina creates a unique blend of nightlife, cinema, and visual art.

This introductory workshop will discuss the history of the art, basic VJ theory, and demonstrations of some of the software involved with a live VJ performance.

It will take place from 7:00 – 8:00 PM. Don’t miss out!