Connect Serato with DJ.Studio

Learn how to access your Serato library inside DJ.Studio

Noah Feasey-Kemp avatar
Written by Noah Feasey-Kemp
Updated over a week ago

The DJ.Studio to Serato integration allows you to manage your playlists, import tracks, and switch between software in one space, increasing efficiency, saving time and effort and streamlining your workflow.

If you use Serato to manage your music library, we advice you to download the DJ.Studio app to connect to your Serato database. With the DJ.Studio app you can

  • search your rekordbox library from within DJ.Studio to find the right tracks for your DJ mix via your Serato crates.

The integration of the DJ.Studio desktop app with Serato simplifies your workflow and enables you to merge your preferred DJ software to achieve the best results.

How to connect your Serato with DJ.Studio

  1. Download the DJ.Studio desktop application for either Mac or Windows.
    You can download the app from

  2. Install the DJ.Studio for the first time, like you always install apps on your pc or mac.

  3. Open up the desktop app.

  4. To connect Serato:

    1. Click the Settings cog in the top right

    2. Scroll down to Connections, click on the Library Tab, and Enable Serato

  5. DJ.Studio will locate and auto-connect to your Serato software and library.

  6. You will need to permit DJ.Studio to read the contents of your hard drive.

    If you click don’t allow, you will get to see this error when you start to add tracks to your mix:

  7. Once enabled, you will now be able to view all of your playlists and Serato music library in the DJ.Studio Library.

  8. To see your Serato Library:

    1. Click Add Tracks

    2. Select the Serato Tab from the top

  9. Add tracks from Serato using the + button next to the track names, either single or multiple at a time.

  10. Press Automix and get creative in the Studio tab!

How to Export DJ Sets from DJ.Studio to Serato

These steps show you how to create a DJ set from a DJ.Studio - which you can then import into Serato.

  1. Finish your DJ.Studio mix.

  2. Click Export.

  3. Choose DJ Set.

  4. You can tick Include Audio if you want to copy the audio files, but it isn't mandatory.

  5. Choose the destination to export the .m3u8 file.

  6. Now, open Serato.

  7. Drag and drop the .m3u8 file from your hard drive into the Serato file browser

  8. Double click the .m3u8 file in the Serato track browser.

  9. You will see all your tracks in order, as a playlist which you can instantly start DJing with.

DJ.Studio cannot find Serato library folder

If you see the message "DJ.Studio could not find your Serato library" please follow the instructions on this guide - Locating Integration Folders

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