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DJ Volume - Do U Like Acid (Vinyl)

DJ Volume - Do U Like Acid (Vinyl)

  • Mugor says:
    Since we've been dedicated to selling great music on vinyl. We carry the newest Hip-Hop & Rap, Soul, Funk, Jazz, Rock, and Electronic records with over + titles in stock. Updated daily, check out our wide selection of vinyl LPs, CDs, and Cassette Tapes now shipping and available to pre-order.
  • Tygocage says:
    Mar 09,  · Or, you're not a real DJ unless you can spin vinyl! This is because the skill needed for mixing and beatmatching vinyl is slowly being lost in the modern day. Digital DJing has brought us things like bpm counters, sync, and quantize that do a lot of things for us. Vinyl DJ's find that they have very little to do when they make the switch to.
  • Sham says:
    I joined a DJ collective with now dear friends who played in various venues for fun. We mix disco/house and more dark tunes as the night goes on. I should have played with them on my first gig in a night bar in march for an all night long (pretty big step for a first time), but as you know, the lockdown killed any plans of partying in public.
  • Kagazragore says:
    May 03,  · The art of vinyl mixing is to become as one with your decks and mixer, they need to feel like an extension of you. This takes huge commitment and practice but when you get there it is magical.
  • Nilabar says:
    Sep 10,  · Renting a wide range of DJ equipment is the best option for DJs who do not have the budget to purchase all the gear they need. This is particularly advantageous for those who are just starting out in developing their skills as a DJ and may not want to invest a large amount on professional equipment until they feel more confident in their skills.

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