How to become a top DJ: An insider’s guide to DJing success
The DJ is this era’s rock star. For those interested in how to begin a career as a DJ, How to become a top DJ offers newcomers all the technical know-how needed as well as advice on how to create your own DJing style and how to make DJing work for you. With tips on equipment essentials, such as turntables, slipmats and needles, headphones, and amplifiers, as well as buying records, CDs and MP3s, this practical guide takes you through the basics of mixing, song structure, building a foolproof set, creating a great demo, and what to do when you finally face a live audience.
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