Rane ONE Professional DJ Controller

A top-shelf Serato controller for the turntablist at heart, the Rane ONE features 7.2" motorized platters, a Mag Four crossfader, and its own loop section.

Opening the doors and welcoming more DJs into the RANE family, the ONE professional motorized DJ controller is a complete DJ solution designed around RANE's intuitive performance layout. Proudly showcasing all the trusted hallmarks of RANE's build quality and intricate DNA, the ONE continues RANE's dedication to the foundations of the art of DJing in a digital world to a wider audience of DJs.

Check out our exclusive video demo of the Rane ONE controller:

There Is No Other

The RANE ONE lands in a unique space in the current DJ market with no other controller incorporating motorized 7-inch turntable platters for that traditional vinyl feeling, complete with a customizable high/low torque setting. The ONE gives DJs authentic, tactile control over their music and performance with the foundation art of DJing at its very core, all finished off with a traditional turntable plunger style start/stop button.

Control 'n Effects

Craft your sound with RANE ONE's multi-function, independent performance pads, giving you access to Hot Cues, Saved Loops, Roll, Sampler, Slicer and Serato's Scratch Bank feature. With 6 radio-style FX buttons, instantly activate any combination of software FX with a single press, fine-tune with depth and beat parameter controls, then activate with the independent aluminum paddle controls. Finally, take full control of your sound with the 3-band dynamic EQs and high/low pass filters on each deck along with dedicated loop controls.

Get Connected

With read more all the pro-connections you need, the RANE ONE gives multiple connectivity for the ultimate in flexibility. With 3 stereo outputs, dual mic and dual USB Laptop connections, Phono/Line and auxiliary inputs. The ONE has you covered.

Precision Cuts

The ONE's crossfader features the latest MAG FOUR fader, RANE's lightest and smoothest fader, ever. With front panel controls for fast/slow contour adjustment, internal tension-adjust, reverse switch, and a new to Serato software cut in adjustment control, DJs will be able to get just the right feel they need for maximum performance.

Dedicated Loop

Featuring a dedicated loop section, the ONE allows DJ's to loop section of a track at the touch of a button with double and half controls instantly accessible. Relooping and manual in/out controls are also available to ensure complete freedom in track and mix control.

Designed with RANE's trusted solid build quality, and globally respected pro-audio quality, the RANE ONE is the DJ's ultimate controller.


- 7.2-inch Motorized Platters with Quick Release Acrylic Disks
- Trusted RANE Build Quality and Feel
- Instant Access Software FX with 2 Metal FX Paddles
- Ultra-light MAG FOUR Crossfader
- High/Low-pass Filter & 3 Band EQ
- Dedicated Loop Controls
- Independent Multi-Mode Performance Pads Including Serato Scratch Banks
- Turntable Style Start/Stop
- XLR Main & Booth Outputs
- (2) Line/Phono Inputs
- (2) TRS/XLR Microphone Inputs
- (2) USB Computer Connections
- Portable DJ Controller (24lbs / 10kg)
- Serato DJ Pro Included (paid upgrade to Serato DVS)
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Size: 26.5" x 13.6" x 4.9"
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 33.5 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 33 x 19 x 12 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ONE

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 425-355-6000

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (2 ratings)
Submitted April 15, 2022 by Al Taylor in Roosevelt, NY

"The Awakening"

Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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So, I am a turntable whisper... One that has been spinning for mostly all of my life. From Kenwood straight arms of the 80's until I was finally able to get me a pair of 1200's at the age of 12. I discovered that with belt driven turntables - if you get a rubber band that was about an inch or 2 smaller than the belt, you would gain the necessary torque to cut and scratch without the lag. You would lose much accuracy with the pitch control, actually having to put the pitch all the way up to achieve normal record speed. I only added that tidbit to let you know that I have been around the game for years. I have 8 1200's and recently sold my Pioneer turntables due to my loyalty to the Technics brand. I received my Rane Ones yesterday from zZounds. I almost called in sick today from work. I found myself cutting and mixing all night long, well into the morning. Why do I love them already? First, I am one of those guys that keeps everything in coffins. I find that a carry bag/backpack would actually work better for these. Being able to walk into a venue with a backpack and pull out a worthy device adds a great feeling of portablility. Plug and play in its true form. As a former battle DJ, the spacing of 2 1200's and a mixer on a table next to each other outside of a coffin provide that extra split second to be able to slice and dice without having any obstructions. They nailed it with the Rane One. I feel right at home with the size and spacing of the platters and fader. I thought I read more would dislike the strip at the top as opposed to my natural lifting and placing of a needle. It took me a second to get used to not moving a needle upon changing songs. I got over it quick. It works well - almost a cheat code if you know music and have producing skills. The hit point selection and software effects work as advertised. All of the bells and whistles of a controller are in tact and are great in quality. Buttons and sliders are smooth and well done. The real meat and potatoes are the ability to do what you do if you love turntables and can you rock a crowd with these? The answer is a resounding YES! I would have actually liked for them to remove some of the buttons and knobs so I can have some space to add my own flair to the device. I would love to put some snazzy stickers and such on it to make more of my own. There are many things on it that I can't really see myself using. I feel like this device was created with the turntablist in mind but added options on it to appeal to today's DJ (Digital Jerks), and truth be told, they are more likely to shy away from this device due to other options that have built in effects and stationary platters. Most of today's youth won't appreciate why this device is game changing, meanwhile, old heads like me won't really appreciate the digital bells and whistles on it because of the purity of the sport and what's actually achievable with the ability to create manually due to the size and functionality of what the machine captures. I can only see them making a slightly bigger device (something in between a 7 inch and a 12 inch) and stripping some of the unnecessary options out and really giving turntablist a true device for battling and cutting it up. This is the turning point for the sport of DJing right now. The same way Technics 1200's change the game in the 70's - This is ground Zero. In 20 years, this device will be in the Hall of Fame.

The sound quality is what you make it. There is a mechanical noise that comes from the device when you start the platter. You hear the device functioning, as you should would anything mechanical.

I feel like they did a good job with the quality of the build. The platters are 7 inches and weigh just as much as a Technics platter of 12 inches. You feel the quality of platter when you unbox and I see endless customizing options.

Ease of Use
Plug and play baby. Hook it to your speakers and go. Hook it to your mixer and go.

I feel like it will last me a while. I take care of all of my children!!

Judging by the cost of 2 Rane 12's and the mixer for it, I would say its a great deal. If Technics made a competitor to this, Only at that point would I consider moving onward.

Manufacturer Support
Rane is Rane. I have never had any issues with them. (knock on wood)

The Wow Factor
Having the ability to have such a portable device that gives me full ability to showcase my talent without boundaries is a dream come true. I was hesitant to start doing mobile gigs due to my hatred for controllers and loyalty to "wheels". Lugging around 1200's and mixer in a coffin and then bringing it back home a setting it back up became too much of a headache. That feeling is now gone.

Musical Background:
Turntable whisperer, Producer, Rapper, Actor, Handsome!

Musical Style:
I am Hip Hop. I can do other stuff as well, but my foundation is Hip Hop.
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