Forum: Music discussion
Topic: Club Mixing - Page: 21
djme wrote :
what about people comming up to u and askin you to put them a song...isn't this very annoyin and especially when this person asks u 2 put him a song that cannot be played at thiscertain time...
after thirty years in this racket requests are a double edged sword since I am PRIMARILY a club jock I noticed recently is a sign or signs near "my Office" (DJ booth) stating NO REQUESTS. not sure if this is the same elsewhere but helps we are the entertainers, the musical adventurists, the social director for neighborhood nitwits. We should know our profession inside and out but cant hurt talking to customers and if they HAPPEN to request a song try to fit it in it certainly has helped attendandce on MY nights
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thank you Double O, this is exactly the kind of information i needed.
I will have my first Club gig soon, and I've been little uncertain about how to act there, but this gave me some real good information.
Posted Thu 22 Oct 15 @ 12:30 pm
1) I make sure i know the setup of the club as far as if they got the own sound system,mixer,and where i will be positioned.
2) I identify the crowd that i am catering to for example is its a older crowd or younger crowd.
3) If Somebody is promoting the club i ask them what type of style of music they prefer because two heads are always better then one.
4) I use which ever playlist i feel is the most appropriate and start with the main 5 song that i feel are the most supreme
5) I make sure that not only the crowd have a good time but i have a awesome time along with them
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Posted Wed 06 Jul 16 @ 4:23 pm
that's real nice but there is already a thread dedicated to these kinds of posts here -> http://www.virtualdj.com/forums/1968/Music_discussion/VirtualDJ_users_personal_mixes.html
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I am building a set up of free software to remix songs and do dj sets.
I can't unfortunately afford to buy anything at the moment.
I think of using audicity and LMMS and garage band to remix.
For dj live sets I plan to use MIXX.
Is that good?
I wonder is YouTube the best place to learn from ?
Is this the best I can get for free .
Posted Wed 09 Jan 19 @ 8:35 pm
Johncc7 wrote :
I am new to DJ world .
If you're serious... You'll find the money. VDJ is free for home use. For production DAWS like Cubase, FL, Ableton, Studio One are what you need. They have lite versions (cheaper version). Try the demos, see which you like, that will take you up to a year anyways, giving you plenty of time to save.
Posted Wed 09 Jan 19 @ 9:51 pm
Is a lot of practice needed?
Is YouTube enough to learn from?
Posted Wed 09 Jan 19 @ 11:07 pm
When you keep posting the same questions repeatedly, even after getting answers and pointers, you make it more difficult for yourself.
You’ve already been told that (likely) VDJ isn’t what you need to use and you’ve been given alternatives, and you’ve said you will use another product for live performance (which is what VDJ is meant for). So why keep posting the same questions here? Why not find another site which is more aligned with what you are trying to achieve?
Posted Thu 10 Jan 19 @ 2:10 am
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