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    Quote Originally Posted by JesC View Post
    I want to get to know all the new dj's on the board....so here we go!

    1. Whats your Dj Name/Real Name (optional)

    2. Where you are from (City/Country)

    3. Stlye of music you enjoy playing.

    IE:

    1. JesC (Jesse)

    2. East Los Angeles

    3. Indie/Electro Rock
    1. Spy da Man

    2. London, UK

    3. Rap, Roots, Dancehall/Bashment, R&B/Soul, Jazz Funk/Disco/Boogie

    Pleased to meet you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spy da Man View Post
    1. Spy da Man

    2. London, UK

    3. Rap, Roots, Dancehall/Bashment, R&B/Soul, Jazz Funk/Disco/Boogie

    Pleased to meet you all.
    How’s it going? Do you edit the music you spin to be more dj friendly or just buy remixes on djcity or another site like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volumetrix1200 View Post
    How’s it going? Do you edit the music you spin to be more dj friendly or just buy remixes on djcity or another site like that?
    Greetings Volumetrix1200,

    Due to time restraints and, if I'm being honest, a combination of disorganisation and laziness, the vast majority of my music is still on vinyl. I actually haven't started to transfer any of it yet, so the only digital files I have are from my small (by DJ standards) collection of CD's and, more recently, the digital files that come with new vinyl (e.g. from Bandcamp). I get sent stuff from artists and independent labels from time to time and, when I'm in a hurry, I sometimes buy stuff from iTunes.

    It's nice to be able to use technology to advance 'the art', and it certainly makes beat mixing easier if you know the tempo and key information of the songs, but not everything has to be mixed for the crowd to enjoy themselves.

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