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    theres a lot of debate going on about how most dj routines are cool to watch but are not bearable without the visuals. Without being able to see whats going on, a lot of routines sound like a huge mess. Anyways I think it would be cool to start a thread with routines that are technical but also sound good (i.e. you would enjoy listening to them in your car and maybe the club).

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    A-trak obviously


    I really love this. Grooving through out


    I opened up for this guy (the gaff) a few days ago, incredibly talented guy. he was VERY technical throughout his set (loads of scratching and juggling) and he had everyone grooving the whole time. (If your into this kind of music I highly recommend their soul sisters mix tape, loads of great old school tunes and amazing technical djing)



    I play my own "wub wub chop chop routine" out quite a bit and it goes down very well. anyways, lets see some of your favourite "pleasant sounding" routines (doesn't matter if they're your own or if they're by someone big)
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    Niceeeee keep them coming!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IznremiX View Post


    I play my own "wub wub chop chop routine" out quite a bit and it goes down very well. anyways, lets see some of your favourite "pleasant sounding" routines (doesn't matter if they're your own or if they're by someone big)
    Word bro!

    It is a good routine! I have it DLed and play it for my mates that want to start going digital to show em that you can still have a good sounding jam while doing a LOT, if you do it cleverly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarasin View Post
    Word bro!

    It is a good routine! I have it DLed and play it for my mates that want to start going digital to show em that you can still have a good sounding jam while doing a LOT, if you do it cleverly.

    hey thanks man, that means a lot! gona make part two sometime soonish!
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    I've always thought this pleasant to listen to.
    The MUSIC is what matters!
    Everything else is _________

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    i love these guys! also, that dj angelo routine was awesome!
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    chinese man too! nice swinging sound on some of their stuff.

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