Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General DJ Forum' started by DJ_AJ, Feb 13, 2009.
auto sync, auto bpm, auto key data... ok and what do you as a digital dj actually do then? ;-)
How about programming your music for your audience, according to style, mood, phrasing, etc.? Harmonic mixing merely does your homework by identifying compatible mixes. It enables you to concentrate on the artistry of mixing rather wasting time evaluating those 75% of potential mixes that are harmonically incompatible.
+1! Excellent idea, but I may be a bit biased.
Meh, to be honest its a dumb question . I personally dont use harmonic mixing but its certainly another way of arranging your set, just like by Genre or by BPM . Fortunately most people can identify what Genre a track belongs to (or rather works with) not everyone is capable of harmonic mixing by ear or wants to to do it themselves so this kind of facility is great for those who want it.
+1 even though ill never use it. More power to the DJ.
My name is AJ, and I was gonna call myself Dj aJ , and now I'm glad I didn't..
and another +1 for my friend beside me (always by my side)
good enough idea to deserve another
Pretty sure this has been proposed a number of times. A couple of years ago above and beyond were going to do this for all tunes on their label.
buttt.. chemicalrecords.co.uk already does something very similar to this.. If you own a tune in their catalogue (you don't have to have even bought it from them) you can select 'add to collection' and it'll store that tune, its BPM and its camelot keycode thing in your collection. If i'm trying out harmonic mixes i just print off my collection sheet and see what would fit together.. but having BPM and key as part of an ID3 tag would be pretty sick