DJ MIXING LESSON ON CHOPPING FROM ONE TUNE TO THE OTHER NO NEED TO BEAT MIX

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DJ MIXING LESSON ON CHOPPING FROM ONE TUNE TO THE OTHER NO NEED TO BEAT MIX
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Steven Alcock says:

you are literally the only consistent dj tutor i can find on here, i’ve
learned a lot from your videos and they have helped me excel in my dj
skills a lot since i started in december! thank you so much for the channel
and keep up the good work!

Mashruf Kabir says:

Shit that was good. 

ellaskins says:

Cant beat mix? then just chop :)

burrito946 says:

Because ive been trying to buy it or get it free but stores dont sell the
program by itself

Duilio Cordoba says:

Thank you , good Job .. !!! 

burrito946 says:

Did u buy the virtual dj program?

Kyusinx says:

Do you have any videos that explain “Picking songs with matching keys?”
People always say you need songs that are in the same key, but I can’t
imagine a 1 hour set only consisting of songs played in C major, for
example.

By the way, you deserve A LOT more views than you get. Great personality,
consistent uploads, very useful info helping people at all skill levels.
Thank you so much

Matt Cooper says:

does the songs have to be of similar key?

luka2511 says:

Beatfreakz – Somebody’s watchin’ me !!! :D

Paul B says:

Absolute fab keep it up 

Gwee says:

hey ellaskin, while the transition at 4:30 is completely clean could you
show a couple of ways to cue-sutter/crossfade at the same time, maybe
during the chorus, to let the crowd know the new track is coming? before
the final switch at the end of the chorus I mean. It’s a basic idea but
would still make a good tut video I think since there’s a lot of “wrong”
ways to do that. thanks

Mbuna Marcus - Aquariums, Cichlids and More says:

Awesome Job!

fingerdrop says:

Who do you use for videos? 

omigod420 says:

would u say the ddj sx is good piece of equipment to start djing with?

chris dwyer says:

ellaskins have you done any of your own sets on youtube or soundcloud

Marlon B says:

Is that Virtual DJ that you’re using?

Marcelo12 says:

Nice

Ian Gould says:

great vid as always

Rampage0677 says:

In your opinion Jonathan, what is the best software to use with a
controller? I have the Numark Mixtrack pro. Thanks

Jace S says:

With your second screen, how did you get virtual dj to move across to it ?
Mine always opens full screen on my laptop and then the video shows on the
second screen and I cant find a way to swap it ?

SelectaJahrusso says:

Heya Johnathan
Could you help me ( as a well others ) to keep 2 tracks at the same volume ?
Most times the value sounds the same in the headphones but as soon as I
bring the new one in, mostly it is lower.
I found the one you are talking about the LEDs and the bass but this wont
work as I play new school reggae as well as some really old ones ( <2000
). 

allstar930 says:

This is exactly how I started mixing when I started out a few years ago
because I wanted to get on with mixing before I was any good at
beatmatching. I feel that it’s worth mentioning that you should pick tunes
that are sorta close in BPM to chop this way so the difference isn’t too
jarring. Also, this style is pretty much the main way of mixing breaks,
funk, and hip hop so try it with those. I’ve evolved in my mixing thanks to
guys like ellaskins but this is definitely still in my toolbox. 

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