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    Default This makes me sick...

    ...........

    I'm at a loss of words....


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    is there an in depth chapter on sync and all the wonderful things you can do with it?

    If not, I don't want a copy of this utter crap!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by haze324 View Post
    is there an in depth chapter on sync and all the wonderful things you can do with it?

    If not, I don't want a copy of this utter crap!!
    who knows. but he was sure to include flashing lights, hot girls, and random instruments on the front page...
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    i think i have a pdf of that somewhere

    edit: nvm it's something else

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    It seems the only thing you need is being prepAIred haha. Srsly tho you cant hold it against him if he wants to make a buck while the dj hype train is rolling. I wish Ive read some music theory earlier, it would have spared me a whole lot of time.

    what does rub me the wrong way is that this guy garantees your succes, when all the while I see crap about cutting corners. youd think that becoming a (succesful) dj takes some dedication

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    It's unfortunate but the nature of our society makes this kind of marketing almost necessary. A lot of people will buy into the hype. As opposed to someone who states I can teach you how to dj but it will take a while and there's no guarantee of success. However I also think there's a benefit to authentically marketing yourself as such. A) you won't get people who want results in 15 minutes or their money back. B) you'll get people who genuinely there to learn listen and are prepared for setbacks.

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    exactly, this almost sounds like one of those home shopping channels advertisments.

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