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CreamLord
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Re: DJs these days

Post by CreamLord » Wed Nov 19, 2014 8:14 am

My dream is to be able to mix with no pitch slider and no vinyls
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Re: DJs these days

Post by topmo3 » Wed Nov 19, 2014 4:58 pm

NinjaEdit wrote:This bitch mixes vinyl with no headphones.



Some elitism in this thread.

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Re: DJs these days

Post by Dystinkt » Mon Dec 08, 2014 4:02 am

topmo3 wrote:
NinjaEdit wrote:This bitch mixes vinyl with no headphones.



Some elitism in this thread.

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shes fit but sadly she isnt mixing properly (minus all the scratching). This thread has spanned a good 8 pages trying to tell dubunked exactly that

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Re: DJs these days

Post by xtcvsmistycold » Fri Dec 12, 2014 1:46 pm

_Agu_ wrote:My "career" as a dj lasted for about four months before I got enough of playing mainstream stuff (when I say mainstream stuff, I don't mean Skrillex, I mean something like David Guetta, Avicii, Martin Garrix etc.). I wouldn't have any sort of problem with playing any sort of tearout dubstep/dnb or underground stuff, but 128bpm mainstream house for several hours fucks you up really bad. Play something else than Vevo-stuff and *BAM* dancfloor is empty. Those tracks are also so damn easy to play it just seems stupid. Without touching sync-button ever, drinking beer with your other hand, and not even always listening to new tracks before a gig, you're still able to get things right enough for drunken teens since everything is exactly at 128bpm, has the same song structure and the same tonal color.

It was still good practice + some bonus income, but didn't really enjoy it much, apart from learning. We don't have many clubs/bars over here in southern Finland where it's beneficial to play non-mainstream stuff, and even less (if any) places where you can play dubstep.
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Re: DJs these days

Post by RKM » Fri Dec 12, 2014 2:19 pm

like fair, juicy m muuuurks my levels of djing,

but what possesses u to want to mix without headphones so bad that u write down every bpm on records and stick fucking stickers on them hahahah

apologies if this is for the benefit of people born without ears or some shit.................
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