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What DJs REALLY do

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Check out my latest progressive house mix: justarman/the-dark-hour-vol-9

Or what they SHOULD be doing with their time, when they are not playing a pre-recorded set!

After the video of Laidback Luke, Steve Aoki, and Sander van Doorn from a festival went viral, where all 3 were "DJing" together, and Art Department criticized them for it, and someone made a similar video of them to a make them eat their words, I thought it would be fun to show people what DJs REALLY do, or what they SHOULD be doing instead of playing air guitar, twiddling knobs necessarily, or generally doing the same thing the crowd is doing but in the DJ booth.

For everyone that has been asking, the tracks are:

1) Hot Since 82 - Knee Deep in Louise
2) Green Velvet - Bigger than Prince (Hot Since 82 remix)

Also, some shameless self-promotion: check out my SoundCloud page at justarman to hear some tech house, techno, and dark/deep progressive mixes.



Rozz - Mixing on 4 CDJs Vol 3
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an Marley - Welcome To Jamrock
. Dre ft Snoop Dog - Still Dre
3.D.O.D - Pop Pop
e Aoki, Diplo & Deorro - Freak (feat. Steve Bays)
urd & Jauz - Rock The Party
& TJR - Mic Check
tdown acapella
tri Vegas, Like Mike & VINAI - Louder (Original Mix)
tyfools - Go (Original Mix)
- Makhor
in Harris & Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love (DIY Acapella)
beatz - Tornado
kie - Who Is Ready To Jump
Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll
ual Riot - Warm Ups
tri Vegas & Like Mike vs W&W - Arcade
Punk - Harder Better Faster


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Picking Your First DJ Setup (Budgets and More)
This video was made for the DJ gear market of 2014, for more up-to-date recommendations, subscribe to my channel: christianjackson

Which setup is right for your style and budget? I'll talk you through the differences between controllers and decks as well as the best choices for different price ranges. For certain types of DJs, turntables and serato may be the best choice. For others, a Pioneer controller or CDJs work better.

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How to DJ Part 1 | Cue Points in Serato Intro | Scratch DJ Academy
Scratch's own DJ Hapa runs down some basic DJ'ing how-to's using the new Hercules JogVision DJ Controller and Serato DJ Intro.

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Scratch DJ Academy is teaching the new wave of DJ's and Music Producers. Join the Movement.

Scratch DJ Academy, co-founded in 2002 by Rob Principe and the late Jam Master Jay of the legendary group Run DMC, has taught over 500,000 people from all 50 states and 35 countries at its five flagships and ten satellite locations.

With its copyrighted curriculum, state of the art equipment, local celebrity instructors, and emphasis on mentorship and community, Scratch DJ Academy offers introductory, intermediate, and advanced courses along with certification and professional programs, giving DJs and producers of all skill levels the opportunity to realize their aspirations.
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If you enjoyed this beginner DJ lesson.
How to Setup active crossover dbx 223XL into your PA system | DJ Setup | Live bands | Live events
This video demonstrate how to setup & wire a active crossover (dbx 223XL) into your PA system . The video explains the main function of the active crossover , the difference between active and passive crossovers. The video shows at what frequencies its best to do the crossover and explains the main functions of dbx 223XL active crossover.
Links to the books I highly recommend you guys to read :

1: Yamaha Sound reinforcement Engineering to Amazon : 0rPD8q

2: Live Sound Reinforcement - Hunter-Sark Link on Amazon : Oahx7o

3: The Mixing Engineer's Handbook: Fourth Edition
by Bobby Owsinski Link on amazon : aNraBI

4:The Recording Engineer's Handbook 4th Edition by Bobby Owsinski Link on Amazon : v9bsUi

5: The Mastering Engineer's Handbook 4thEdition by Bobby Owsinski Link on Amazon :1jIytx

6: Music Theory for Computer Musicians
by Michael Hewitt : Link to Amazon : pk3WhN

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How to Beatmatch BY EAR!
Beatmatching is one of the the first steps in learning how to mix. Beatmatching well can hide transitions from your audience and surprise them by taking them in a new direction that they didn't even notice. But it has to be smooth! Otherwise it can have the opposite effect and make you look like a noob. In this video I will show you the basics of controlling both the speed and the phase of two tracks. In this demo I am using CDJ2000Nexuses and a DJM2000, but you can learn to do this on nearly an DJ hardware/software.

Let me know what you think and stay subscribed for more info!

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Demo Tracks:
Noir- Clickit
Chris Malinchak - If U Got It (Mark Knight Remix)
How To DJ With A Laptop
As a beginner you don't need a lot of expensive equipment to get started djing. Check out how you can start to dj with just a laptop with this dj setup for beginners.

I used a 2014 MacBook Pro, but you can get by with a PC. Here's a link to the latest MacBook Pro and Mac Air if you're budget conscience but want a Mac:

11.6" MacBook Air (affiliate link)

15" MacBook Pro (affiliate link)

I don't recommend a splitter but here's a link to one:
1ZNPvO4 (affiliate link)

Must have this cable!
to rca
1ZNQ8Y9 (affiliate link)

Behringer Ucontrol
1OAl4HI (affiliate link)

USB Microphone - This is what I use. If you're not a gamer or podcaster you can save money with the DJ usb card instead.
Blue Yeti Blackout
1OAlbTF (affiliate link)

Zoom H1
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Dj Headphones
Numark Red Wave
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Bookshelf speakers. Not the same but similar to ones in video.
Edifer Studio
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Software Links

DJ'ing 101 with CDJ's, Traktor & Controllers | Lesson 1: DJ'ing Fundamentals | Pyramind
Book a one-on-one online session with Will:

Part 2 now available: owu45uwFxSc
Free 10 Lesson Series now available: H0186gr0

Learn more about Pyramind Training's DJ classes here:

Allen & Heath Xone 92 Mixer 1:32
Pioneer CDJ 2000 4:00
Basic DJ Set Techniques 6:49
Mixing Basics 15:07
Cueing with Headphones 24:40

Learn more about Pyramind Training here:

Course Overview:

Will Marshall is an in-demand DJ, consultant and coder who's worked with a who's who of top-tier talent and manufacturers. During his time as Artist-in-residence at Pyramind, he not only taught the on-campus DJing class but also found time to develop this online class, write new drivers for the Quneo (Keith McMillen Instruments), produce new tracks and consult with a dozen Intl. DJs and producers.

This ground-up look at the art of DJ'ing begins with the basic fundamentals of beat matching, followed by more advanced techniques such as 4 deck mixing, Traktor, effects, EQ, levels, stage presence and psychology, track selection, setup and more.
Mixers Amps & Loudspeakers
Music Technology - Mixers, Amps and Loudspeakers

The mixing console, more commonly referred to as a 'mixer', is used to combine lots of different sounds together.

This is what a mixer looks like.

It is arranged into vertical strips, and each vertical strip is known as a 'channel'. Each channel is numbered, from left to right. So this is channel 1, this is channel 2, this is channel 3 etc.

Each channel contains a different musical instrument sound. So let's add some musical instruments and connect them to the mixer.

First, we'll add a guitar. Then a keyboard. Then a microphone to sing into.

We connect these to the mixer using cables. The cables go from the instrument into the top of the mixer. So we will connect the guitar to channel 1, the keyboard to channel 2 and the microphone to channel 3.

We can now change all of these sounds separately - we can change the volume, and lots of other things, which we will study another day.

So how does the sound get into the mixer? What is inside the cable?

Let's have a look at the guitar. We have our guitar and we connect it to the mixer using a cable. There is no sound inside the cable, but instead there is ELECTRICITY (although a very tiny amount of electricity).

These things on the electric guitar are called 'pickups' and they turn the sound of the guitar strings into electricity.

A mixer can take many different sounds a mix them all together. We can mix a guitar, a keyboard, a vocal microphone, some drums, maracas and… anything you want! We can change all the sounds so that each one sounds perfect, and then all those sounds get sent to the MASTER channel.

This channel is where the sounds are all put together, and then they are sent out of the mixer.

They are sent as two different signals; a 'left' signal and a 'right' signal.

Remember that the electrical sound signals inside the mixer are all very tiny and weak.

Where do the signals go when they leave the mixer? They go to the AMPLIFIER

The 'amplifier', more commonly known as an 'amp' is where these weak little electrical signals are made MUCH bigger and stronger .

The left and right signals coming from the mixer might look something like this. The amplifier takes them and makes them much bigger. Notice how the two shapes are the same, but the second one is just bigger. Why does the electrical signal need to be big and strong? Because it has to move the LOUDSPEAKERS.

The LOUDSPEAKERS, more commonly referred to as just 'speakers' are where the electricity finally gets turned back into sound that we can hear.

Here is what a speaker looks like. It consists of a circular cone, which is made of thick paper or cardboard. In the middle of the cone is something called a driver. This is the part of the speaker that moves, causing the cone to vibrate, creating sound waves in the air.

How does the driver move?

Electricity comes from the amp and makes the driver move. The movement of the driver makes the cone move which makes the air vibrate and we get sound.

So let's recap. The musicians make sound, a microphone (or the musical instrument itself) turns that sound into electricity. These tiny electrical signals are mixed together in the mixer, which sends a left and a right signal to the amplifier. The amplifier makes these weak signals strong enough to move the loudspeakers and they make the air vibrate, creating sound!
Pioneer DDJ-SX I'm just screwing around electro/scratch mix or something
I got a Pioneer DDJ-SX and decided to mess around with it. It's not a proper mix, but I uploaded it anyway.

Pioneer DDJ-SX - au/products/44/1992/34209/DDJ-SX/
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DJ Ravine Facebook - RavineDJ

1. Wax Motif feat. Madame Buttons - Never Fall Again (Original Mix)
2. Topher Jones - Brohammer (Nari & Milani Dub Remix)
3. A-Trak & Tommy Trash - Tuna Melt (Original Mix)
4. Acti & Stana - Creeple (Original Mix)
5. Zeds Dead - No Prayers (Note: I used the outro only and looped it)
speaker repair in hindi (step by step guide)12in. DJ speaker repair.
Today we're repair studiomaker 12in mid bass speaker
With the help of my video you can repair your speakers
At home cheap and best.
Learn How To DJ Mix In 6 Minutes Using Only Your PC (Beginners)
To learn how to produce music, check out: watch?v=h63-qDgBHyw

This is a video to show you within only 6 minutes how to DJ mix using only your PC and without paying a penny for software, hardware or equipment. Surely, the techniques described here will be called blasphemy by many DJs but for those considering giving DJing a try, this will be a great way to get started and see where things go from there.

This video breaks the DJing process into 9 steps, some of which are dirt simple:
1. Install Virtual DJ
2. Get 2 songs, preferably dance music songs that have the words "club mix" or "extended mix" in their names
3. Launch Virtual DJ
4. Load the 2 songs into Virtual DJ, one on each deck
5. Press Synch on one of the 2 decks to get the 2 songs to be at same tempo
6. Set Crossfader completely on the side of the deck you want to start playing first
7. Play your first song
8. When your first song has about 1 minute left and its beat marker at the top is at same location as the beat marker for your second song, play the second song and the immediately hit Synch. If you don't get the 2 markers in synch, you can press stop on your second song and try again until you get it.
9. Move crossfader slowly towards the new song's deck.
DJ FITME MIAMI 2016 Festival EDM MIX #26
60 Tracks mix! No mashups No bootlegs or edits. Miami weekend mix. Check also my other festival mix watch?v=O8HKewaNZk0&t=2941s

Tracklist: DJFitme/posts/1057731494264942

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Biggest Electro House/Progressive House/Bigroom Tracks!

Pioneer DDJ-RZ
DJ Antonin live in the mix at the Ibiza Sonica Studios DJsounds Show
Full set here: 07/14/djsounds-show-7-dj-antonin-part-1

Here we have 15 minutes of DJ Antonin in the mix, on the CDJ-2000's and brand new DJM-2000, filmed live.

DJ Antonin plays for the French Pioneer Team, constantly touring France and beyond spreading the Pioneer word. He's played alongside David Guetta at the Pacha roadblock F*** Me I'm Famous and is a whizz on the brand new DJM-2000.
Cotts & Ravine - Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2 Review
Cotts & I managed to get our hands on the new Pioneer gear! Watch us go through EVERYTHING about the decks! Also check out our DJM-900NXS2 review on Cotts' channel here watch?v=UNuppIDDHFU

Tracks used courtesy of Future House Music (channel/UCXvSeBDvzmPO05k-0RyB34w)
Maiki Vanics - Vice (futurehousemusic/maiki-vanics-vice)
Tom Budin & WHTKD - Bad Vibe (futurehousemusic/tom-budin-whtkd-bad-vibe)
Tom Budin - Korra (tombudinmusic/korra)


DJ Equipment Setup For Beginner Mobile DJS
DJ Equipment Setup For Beginner Mobile DJS. In this video I show a basic light and sound system for mobile djing.

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2010 MacBook Pro (as featured)
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2015 MacBook Pro
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Numark NS7 3 (latest version)
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NS7 III Flight Case (latest version)
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2x Behringer 215D speakers
(Amazon Affiliate Link)

Shure Wireless Mic
(Amazon Affiliate Link)

Ultimate Support Speaker Stands
(Amazon Affiliate Link)

American DJ Jellyfish Lights
(Amazon Affiliate Link)

Odyssey Table
(Amazon Affiliate Link)

Odyssey Laptop Stand
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Milwaukee hand truck
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Numark Headphones
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Getting started as a DJ: Mixing, mashups and digital turntables - Cole Plante
View full lesson: lessons/getting-started-as-a-dj-mixing-mashups-and-digital-turntables-cole-plante

DJ and producer Cole Plante is only 17 years old, but he's already worked alongside industry superstars Skrillex, Avicii and Major Lazer (to name just a few). In this combination talk and DJ set, Plante shows off his mixing magic and gives tips to aspiring DJs.

Talk by Cole Plante.
Computer in your DJ set-up #1 connecting your computer to your mixer.
This is video 1 in a series of videos about connecting your computer to your DJ set-up.
This video is about connecting 2 stereo channels of audio into your mixer to use DJ software with an external mixer.

The appropriate links are bellow.

Here is the link for the Behringer UCA 202. (the place I got It from)

they do also ship world-wide.

If you cant get hold of the UCA 202 or don't want to use one than another alternative is the CITRONIC AC1, its a bit more expensive but its pretty much the same thing, also the NUMARK STEREO IO, again pretty much the same thing similar price.

Links for these bellow.



also a good place to get cheap audio cables , some links bellow.

RCA to RCA (Phono to Phono)
RCA to stereo jack (Phono to jack)

Thank you for watching, NICE ONE!!!
How long should you play a song when you DJ at a party?
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How long should you let a song play when you DJ at a party? In this Q&A i share a couple of scenario's and explain my method of playing songs in those situations. I look at it from a Hip Hop and R&B DJ's perspective, but the methods can also apply to a Dance DJ's set. These methods are not rules, just guidelines you could try out.

The first thing you should think about is what role you are playing at the party. Are you warming up the crowd? Are you headlining the event? Or are you closing the night? For me, each part of the event has it's own code:

- The first part of the night is where you set the mood. You want to get people in the right vibe and slowly build up to get them ready for the 'hype' part of the night. When i do the warm-up i usually play a song for two verses and two hooks. This means that i let the song play long enough for people to enjoy the vibe, but not so long that it could get boring.

- If I'm headlining the event my job is to make the crowd go wild. This means that i want them to 'peak' as long as possible. To make this happen i want to make the transition from one song to the next earlier so i play most songs only one verse and one hook. This way you hit them with a new tune while they are still at a real high level of energy due to the impact of the last song. If you wait longer their energy level will go down. The only exception i make is when i'm playing songs that are just so hot that i know the crowd wants to hear it longer and sing every word. In those cases i will play the song longer for sure!

- If it's your job to end the night, most of the times you will want to bring the level of energy down slowly. People just spent the last couple of hours going crazy and they are in need of some room to breathe. This is where i will go back to playing two verses and two hooks .

There are always exceptions to the rule. Sometimes you will play a party where the vibe is just so great that you just keep the energy high right through to the end. This is why you must always keep your eye on the crowd. They will be your guide. If they're feeling it, you continue. If they're not feeling it, you switch to something else. If they want more energy, you give them more and if you can tell that they need a break, you slow it down and give them a little break.

If you have any questions leave a comment in the comment section, join the conversation. Click like if you liked the video, subscribe to the channel and I'll be back real soon.

Enjoy the video and share the knowledge!

My film gear:

- Canon EOS 600D (Rebel T3i) DSLR body (camera) 2aZ3m3Y
- Tokina 11-16mm f2/8 AT-X116 Pro DX for Canon APS-C (lense) 2aDPbNo
- Sigma 30mm f1/4 DC HSM for Canon APS-C (lense) 2aDOAeQ
- Rode VideoMic Pro (mic) 2b69GHe
- Rode smartLav (mic) 2aZ2kF1
- Aputure Replacement Battery Grip BP-E8 for Canon EOS DSLR 2aF91rI
- GoPro Hero Session (camera) 2axt7nV
- GoPro 3-Way Grip, Arm & Tripod 2aOEvwq
- GoPro Jaws Clamp Mount 2azfQv5

My DJ gear:

- Pioneer DJM-S9 (mixer) 2aLoAlq
- Pioneer HDJ-2000MK2 (headphones) 2b84aDX
- Technics SL1200 mk2 (turntables) 2aUbYrp
- Shure M44-7 cartidge 2b848fx
- Shure N44-7Z replacement (needle) for M44-7 cartridge 2azfqVC
- Ortofon S 120 Single Serato Cartridge plus Stylus/needle 2aU9uJj
UDG Creator Tone Control Record Shield 2azmv8Q
Crane Stand Pro (DJ stand for laptops) 2aFa62O

My production gear:

- Native Instruments Maschine (mk1) 2azfWD3
- Focusrite Scarlett 8i6 (audio interface)
- Yamaha NS10 (studio reference monitor speakers)
- AKG Q 701 Quincy Jones Signature Reference Class headphones 2aLuqmT

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Beginners Guide to DJing - Learn the Basics of How to DJ Online - Intro Lesson
Online DJ Course - product/59/58/beginner-intermediate-dj-course

This is the first module from Producertech's Beginners DJ Course, which covers all the basic skills required to DJ on any analogue or digital setup. This lesson provides an intro to the course and gives a rundown of the different DJ formats available today and the differences between them.


For more details about the course and to signup, check out the website: product/59/58/beginner-intermediate-dj-course
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