Introducing the DJ Discussion. A brand new series hosted by DJ Lawrence James. LJ is here to discuss the issues you might face in the DJ industry and provide an insight on how to tackle them.
In this weeks Monday DJ Tips, Jamie Hartley takes a look at hot cues and how he personally sets them up for creative mixing. By setting hot cues on not only key times within a track but melodic points of interest, you can create new and interesting mixes!
Learn how to scratch in triplet timing and download our free scratch sounds, beats and tools to follow along step by step!
When you are learning to DJ, mastering the basics is essential. But performing the same simple blending technique can get boring fast and can leave your DJ set a bit stale. In this beginner DJ tutorial we are going to cover five simple yet creative ways to transition your songs.
n the modern era of DJ’ing the motor switch is quite a rare sight so we lose the ability to recreate this trick. However there is a way to recreate this trick and even take it to the next level by being able to adjust the speed of the brake.
Managing your music is a personal and unique thing to do, every DJ has their own way of doing it...
The Hot Cue behaviour on Rekordbox acts identical to that on a CDJ. However what a lot of DJ’s won’t know, there is another way!
The effect unit on DJM mixer doesn’t always automatically find the right BPM. Manually tapping can take a while to get right but did you know there is an easier way of finding the perfect BPM?