Jamie and the guys at Crossfader have created an awesome video, 5 Rekordbox Music Management tips. All 5 are excellent, though the first two everyone should know and be practising. The one that has just rocked my world is the last one, how to make Automatic Playlists, and they are… Continue reading
The DDJ 400 has been around for 2 years and while Pioneer have shifted things around here and there, and called it something new like the DDJ-SB3, they’ve chopped things off and called it the DDJ 200, the original DDJ 400 still remains the same… an awesome starter DJ controller…. Continue reading
So finally I get to use the DDJ 1000, it’s still over-kill on me, but I feel privileged to have it, and even free from the shackles of the awesome but limited DDJ 400. I’d say it’s about 98% spot on, a couple of little mistakes here and there, and… Continue reading
I watched this a couple of years ago and it’s excellent.
Possibly the best documentary there is on House Music. 0
Many people will know that house music has roots in 70’s soul and disco, and despite it’s popularity in clubs, disco is decisive and also has a lot of haters. Sad people that they are. 🙂 I’m old enough to remember both genres back in the day, being born in… Continue reading
I’m giving serious thought to a creating a local group for people who want to learn to DJ but as a group, come to a place where we can all sit down an talk about techniques, music, gear, gigs, and learn together, you know, teach one another. I’m at a… Continue reading
I have one at last! It’s only taken 8 months to get one. Before the human malware called Covid-19, I’d looked at the DDJ 1000, but I wanted to hold off for a few months until I had more skill and experience. There’s little point in such a massive upgrade… Continue reading
First mix in a while, I’ve been busy working a new hot-cue method and it seems to be working a charm. This is maybe how olds cool house/pop/dance would sound if it were made today.