INTERMEDIATE DJ LESSON ON GETTING THE PERFECT MIX IN EVERY WAY

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INTERMEDIATE DJ LESSON ON GETTING THE PERFECT MIX IN EVERY WAY
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QCube says:

I do this kind of mixing since a few weeks but i have problems with the
intros sometimes. Sometimes i have an intro thats 8+16 bars long and doesnt
fit to the 16+16 bar outro of the playing track. Then if i fail the
counting somehow it happens very often that i bring in the new track a bar
or two too early/too late. And while there are noticable changes at the 16
bar points there arent in many cases at the 8 or 4 bar points. What would
you recomend in such cases, what should i pay atention on especialy?

edvinas396 says:

Could you make cdj vs ddj video, what disadvantages pc controler have?

ellaskins says:
Veera L says:

you “do not particularly like to use the crossfader” OK.
What are the advantages for not using the crossfader? I beg your response.

arife dj says:

what’s the bypass thing? didn’t get it o: could you eplan that ‘function’
in a video ?:)

EndlosMusic says:

How are we supposed to know that the first track will change after exactly
16 bars and not 12 or 20, are we supposed to memorise how many bars are in
each stage of every track?!

Conkers Squirrel says:

sometimes the bpm changes, for example its at 132.0 bpm and changes to
131.4 bpm.. how do i stop this?

dalmiwert says:

@Bridge2Brain if it already happened that you’ve put a 32 outro over a 24
intro you can try to cut the playing 32 track off by using a post fader
effect, e.g. A delay.

Jermaine Wilson says:

Nice tutorial as usual
And great choice of tracks too, Keep up the good work Jon!

Baba Enver says:

You’ve done great but I think it could be even more perfect using the
frequency mix feature on DJM-2000

Danny Eagle says:

I love your videos so much man. They really help me get my technique down.

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