DJ LESSON TAKING YOU THROUGH A MIX TRANSITION EDM ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC

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DJ LESSON TAKING YOU THROUGH A MIX TRANSITION EDM ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC
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Two tunes are 4the of july, calvin harris re mix and , my love is free, lazy rich re mix

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arife dj says:

why there’s only one beat line on your cdj display ?o: 

prtbone78 says:

Dude. Ur good. But that’s not edm homie

prtbone78 says:

Guess ur right. .. 1st track so not even electro gay house. 

Jack Beckford says:

Thanks man.

avoigt012 says:

Will you get the cdj 900NXS

DJ carmy house music says:

Nice man 🙂

TheRealSweedie says:

I usually just loop it and use the effects like you say, just thought if
there’s some other way to do it. For some reason I don’t really like to use
effects that much (even though I do use them).

TheRealSweedie says:

Great video as always btw 🙂

kieron atkinson says:

WHeres your waveform gone?

TheRealSweedie says:

I used to do that loop thing a lot before, kind of stopped for some reason.
The kill the bass trick is a good tip for sure. Thank you!

Steve Moore says:

hey man. you may get this alot and sorry if you do. but ive been mixing a
little while now and recently started uploading mixes to youtube. if you
have the time could you listen to my mix for a few mins and give me some
tips on anything i might be doing wrong. However i have watched a few of
your videos and i know your busy so its cool if you haven’t got the time

Conkers Squirrel says:

do a trance transition please

wkndplaya says:

awesome video mate, you always give me something to think about.

Lloyd Lucas says:

Use more hotcues to jump between beats, or use the loop/cue call buttons an
make 8 count loop and manipulate the sound using your high/mid/low knobs
and/or effects

nick larrew says:

4:45 the most British thing I have ever heard.

TheRealSweedie says:

One thing I’m having trouble with sometimes is to make a completely smooth
transition once one track ends. In this video for instance, you can kind of
tell when the left track ends and you only have the right track playing –
any good tips on how to try and eliminate that in your mixes? Sometimes it
just works because two songs have very similar drum patterns, but other
times it can be very noticable even if the tracks are in key and simply due
to different drums being used in the 2 songs.

Warren Galea says:

What he’s explaining also applies to trance, I use timing a lot in my mixes

Markustim0 says:

good video !

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