How do you remember tracks played with cds?
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    Default How do you remember tracks played with cds?

    As the tittle asks, I'm transitioning to playing with cds (LOVING IT!) and I wanted to know how do you guys remember which tracks you have already played in a set!

    I'm currently playing with a couple of Denon DNS 1000 that a friend gave me.

    I want to know your tips and tricks!

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    I just remember what tracks I've played lol

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    pretty much.

    i don't think i've had problem with it even doing a 6hr sesh

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    you'll know. If you don't know the tracks you've played, then you don't know your music well enough, or you have a crappy memory.

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    A stack?

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    this amazing piece of technology.

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    If you actually know your music then you won't have a problem.

    If you don't know it, then learn it.
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    Pretty much what everyone is saying. Just practice and practice with the tracks you have, learn different track combinations and pay attention to your music.

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    The answer is to snap the CD once you've played it.

    That's how Chad jackson used to do it with vinyl...

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    By remembering what tracks I've already played.

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