Knowing what speed to play your tracks after mixing them together is a key skill that every beginner needs to learn. Today, founder and tutor DJ Jamie Hartley shows you exactly what you need to know when it comes to the BPM’s of your songs!
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Recording mixes and sets can be one of the best marketing methods for DJ’s but there has always been confusion about the best way to actually get your set recorded. With many options available, DJ Holland breaks down the key methods and what you’ll need to get set up your sets recorded!
Setting your gain structure and controlling your levels is a critical part of every DJ routine. Often overlooked and the main cause of bad sounding audio and mixes, it’s important for every DJ to know how and when to adjust the gain. In this video our DJ tutor Jamie Hartley breaks down the essentials to make sure your mixes never suffer from unwanted distortion or compression.
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.
From 10 years ago with the original CDJ2000, the blue waveform has become a staple of the Pioneer line up. However it doesn’t have to be this way, today we show you how to change the look of your waveforms!
Did you know you can change the colour of you Hot Cues and even name them in a majority of DJ Software? Today we show you how!