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    Default Mixing a bunch of different bpms

    Hey guys,

    I have been working on a summer setlist for about a week now and I keep having problems getting the 75 bpm throwbacks to flow well with the mellow 128 bpm remixes I have.

    I realize this is part of the difficulties of DJing, but I just wanted to ask if you could share some of your techniques on how to do this seamlessly, as I have never dipped into this area before.

    Thanks in advance guys.

    -EC AC

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    Interested as well. The only technique I know is slamming a track in or echo/freeze.

    Maybe if you loop the 128 and tempo up to 140 and drop in the 75 bpm throwback at 70 bpm.
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    Make some Tempo Shifter DJ Edits!!!

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    with polyrhythmic mixing you could go from 125>100>75 perfectly. Just have to find the right songs that work with a 3/4 style on the fast instead of a 4/4..

    Transitioning when its just atmosphere or pads works best.

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    Guys,

    thank you for the in depth responses. I truly appreciate it and will make sure to share the setlist with you when I am done.

    You will be hearing some of those techniques

    -EC AC

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