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    Default Are DJ's creative enough?

    DJ Angelo is.



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    I like the second one a lot better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    I like the second one a lot better.
    agreed. the first one just kind of shows how handy he is with a cross fader. you can do the same thing on a lot of controllers and ive seen similar performances promoting the s2/s4 and others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfinch805 View Post
    agreed. the first one just kind of shows how handy he is with a cross fader. you can do the same thing on a lot of controllers and ive seen similar performances promoting the s2/s4 and others.


    Whats impressive about the first one is that he's doing it on Serato Intro, and that software doesn't have many bells and whistles (think Traktor LE with less). It's great to see talent make magic happen with out much, especially with so many threads here about creative mappings, and remix decks, I think his creativity (and skill) with essentially two decks and a mixer is great to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    I like the second one a lot better.
    Me too!
    These videos just show angelo is killed on any system dvs, serato or traktor

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    No doubt - Vid 2 kicks the ass of Vid 1, but I wanted to show that creativity is not limited to set-ups with multiple pieces of equipment (blew me away, in fact!).

    Angelo is still creative on an all-in-one unit. Angelo is the future, y'all. DJTT should put his ass on the payroll, ASAFP.
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    hello,
    they both have good points and parts.has any body seen the d-styles skratch sequence on the vestax spin?...very limited controller,way way stripped down software....skills are skills.
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    Awesome skill indeed, if i would appreciate a dj doing this on a dancefloor live is something else though..

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    By far one of the best routines I've seen. I like how they all kept the groove instead of just scratching and cutting for the sake of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pancaker View Post
    By far one of the best routines I've seen. I like how they all kept the groove instead of just scratching and cutting for the sake of it.
    i love aneglo for that. hes got a really good balance of doing crazy tricks and keeping that funk in his mix.
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