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You will learn eventually. I sure did.
If you can afford to get the best, go for it. It is an investment.
Check out zipDJ because there are lots of DJs there.
Try YouTube. They have tutorial videos that can help you. :)
Technology is so fast, it's hard to keep up sometimes.
I prefer controller because they are more accessible and easier to handle.
I really prefer buying online as long as the seller is honest with the product and gives accurate details.
I use Filezilla.
That is quite a tricky but fun endeavor you are considering to venture in. I wish you good luck.
I have been DJing for almost three years and I have to admit the sub-genres of House still confuse me.
There are lots of software that are available online that let you do this but the key is to know whether the track you here in your head and want...
Wow. This is a very helpful post. Thank you for this!
I always back my files up just in case they crash.
You can use a turntable or a mixer, depends on which one you are more comfortable with.
Sometimes the age of the laptop does affect the quality of the track.
Sometimes the labels of what you read on DJ pools are incorrect. They say it's house but it's not. One really has to have a good ear to determine...
Just make sure that the settings are correct and you have the right equipment.
I use a MacBook.