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    So i was given a suggestion to subscribe to this website, sonicacademy.com to watch the video tutorials to learn the how to's as a dj...anyone have any further advice as to how good these tutorials will help? I am a beginner, as noob as it can get. So far from what i can see, 40 bucks for as many tutorials as i want for 3 months isnt bad sounding, i just want to hear more feed back on the site. Thanks guys!

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    there are plenty of free tutorials online,that money is probably better spent elsewhere.
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    i would recommend ellaskins on youtube but his channel got suspended

    look up briansredd
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    Also on DJtutor.com and YT is DJ Angelo, for turntable tutorials.

    Too much nfo and tutorial vids online for free to pay for the same.

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    It's a very good site with some great info. Most of it is for producing music so if you just want it to learn Traktor then it might be overkill.

    If you want to learn how to make music with Ableton etc as well then its a goldmine.

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    if you want to learn to make music with ableton , go there, its alot of helpful stuff.I mean there videos you can learn from free, but you might spend that $40 and learn alot of stuff you cant learn from the free videos.

    you could download a program that records thing on your pc screen (i dont know what its called), and just record the video from sonic academy and have them forever . its manuel so you would have to start and stop each recording.but it would be worth it.

    $40 bucks isnt bad.i would do it if i was you.

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    If you want to start producing your own music i would highly recommend getting a sonicacademy account.
    They've been a huge help for over the past few months.

    And when i say huge i mean HUGE.

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