14 Oct 2008 12:02
It's not really a scam is it? Ikea buy them at a cheaper price and sell them on at a higher one. It's just capitalism. Guess he doesn't want the bad feedback though.
14 Oct 2008 20:09
8 years ago my younger brother was DJing in his bedroom and put some of his mixes on mp3.com, then one day after hearing them some guy called him and said: "Do you want to go to South Africa to DJ for a private party?" Most people would think that is so dodgy but it wasn't and after negotiating free plane tickets and accomodation he ended up going with other known DJs and he went on safari. It wasn't all good though, he almost got shot dead in Johannesburg.
15 Oct 2008 11:23
im looking to insure my new set up is there any good insurers that insure electronical equipment ?
15 Oct 2008 22:20
as long as no one item cost over a grand it should all be covered on your house insurance
17 Oct 2008 02:57
BPM counters arent always that accurate. plus, if you want to learn how to do it, use your ears instead.
- play track on deck 1
- at the right time on deck 1 (start of bar, start of breakdown, drop, wherever) play track on deck 2
- if they are roughly the same speed they will stay in time for a couple of seconds
- when they start to go out of time you should be able to tell if the track on deck 2 is faster or slower than the track on deck 1
- move the pitch, or nudge the platter to adjust the speed of deck 2 (you want to avoid this in the future, but at the moment its ok). only adjust one deck at a time or you will confuse yourself
thats basically beat matching, but thats probably the easiest aspect of DJing imo….
20 Oct 2008 18:04
are they any good? i've never seen them but wouldn't mind, i'm a techno head though
20 Oct 2008 21:54
Is Ableton easy to use for a beginner? Just want to learn basics, nothing fancy.
Worth the investment?