First things first, you are going to need a way to DJ. A controller, a pair of turntables, maybe even some CDJs. There are so many ways to DJ now, and there’s no right or wrong way to learn; it usually boils down to cost. The prices vary, and most people just starting will be working within a budget, meaning turntables and decks/CDJs will be a bit expensive. On the other hand, Controllers are comparatively cheap; however, they do require a computer or laptop. Whichever route you decide to choose, we recommend doing your research first. There are so many units to choose from, and finding one that suits you and your budget is an individual choice. Online reviews and video demonstrations can be found on Youtube and websites just like ourselves, giving you a full breakdown of what you’re getting for your money and how capable the particular unit is. If you have a DJ store local to yourself, we recommend going down and seeing the physical unit in person as the feel and response of certain buttons, pads, and platters vary from brand to brand!