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    This is my 1st DJ mix with mostly Top 40 music. Please let me know what you think and any advice is appreciated. Thank you in advance.




    Tracklist:
    Shake a Lil Somethin 2 Live Crew
    Porn Star Dancing My Darkest Days
    Got 2 Luv U Sean Paul
    Boom Snoop Dogg
    Blow Ke$ha
    Up n' Down Britney Spears
    Don't Wanna Go Home Jason Derulo
    Raise Your Glass Pink
    In the Dark Dev
    Top of the World The Cataracs
    #1 Nite (One Night) Cobra Starship
    She Makes Me Wanna JLS
    Boomerang DJ Felli Fel
    Good Feeling Flo Rida
    Smash the Club Kardinal Offishall
    Club Rocker Inna
    Suave (Kiss Me) Nayer
    Drop it Low Kat DeLuna
    I Wanna Go Britney Spears
    Turn Around, Pt 2 Flo Rida
    C'mon (Catch 'Em By Surprise) Tiesto & Diplo
    This is What Rock n' Roll Looks Like Porcelain Black
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    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

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    this sounds like the local strip club mix. =D checking it out right now.

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    well, i gave it a chance and i didnt like it. =( i thought like 90% of the transitions were really bad, i understand this style is extremely hard to mix but still... there are clever ways to get around this (as far as ive heard from other top40 mixes). keep at it, find better ways to transition better between tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoshiExcel View Post
    well, i gave it a chance and i didnt like it. =( i thought like 90% of the transitions were really bad, i understand this style is extremely hard to mix but still... there are clever ways to get around this (as far as ive heard from other top40 mixes). keep at it, find better ways to transition better between tracks.
    Any suggestions on how the transitions could be better?

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    @DJ G-REG, I can't give you tips on how they can be better because i dont mix top 40, but i know a good mix when i hear one. I would suggest you check out other people's top 40 mixes here and if they got some good feedback, then check out what they did to make their mix sound good.

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