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    Hey im really into music and have been playing guitar and drums for about 4-5 years now and i kinda want to explore and new area of music so i chose Djing. Just wanted some advice for a beginer whos just getting started like what setup would be good for a beginer and any other advice which would help me out.

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    Give us a little more information, what price range, what aspects of djing do you find interesting eg. do you want to go fully digital or do you want to use turntables etc.

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    I think you should go explore the web and do some reading. Welcome to the forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoastams View Post
    I think you should go explore the web and do some reading. Welcome to the forum!
    Also, read the forum, this question has been asked and answered a few times before, in different price ranges too.
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    Click this link read what you get and then come back and click it again, rinse, repeat.

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    well id rather go digital and for price range anywhere up to $600 maybe $700 if its worth it... i want to get into creating my own mixes and eventually it would be cool if I could do some gigs but i just want to learn and practice for now ... thanks for the info though guys

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    It really might be worth it to save until the NI S4 comes out and getting that

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