DJ hardware does the mixing for you, how to improve and individualise your setPrint
DJ hardware does the mixing for you, how to improve and individualise your set
Whilst the DJ hardware does all the mixing, you have to utilise your time improving your set. A new way of achieving this is by playing around with DJ stems. Adding and exchanging new elements gives you the option of getting something new and exciting pumping through those speakers in the club. Consumers of music love to hear variety and something new within their comfort zone.
Release your own tracks with a record deal and play them exclusively first.
The favourite and more elite option is to get a record deal and release your own tracks. Play these exclusively in your set first and brand that track as your own. For this we have ghost productions and even guaranteed record releases just a click away.
DJ names are brands and its key you generate that interest to increase your fan and follower base. Strong following is power in the industry. If you bring people to events and clubs, DJ agencies and record labels will want you under their umbrella.
Remix contests are very useful ways of getting noticed, how to remix?
We have DJ producer tutorials regarding exactly this question. It's important to note that remixing takes a lot of skill if you want it done right, so if you're not sure how to remix a song, then feel free to watch our tutorials, or hire a ghost producer to work with you.
Buy stems here at Beatport and start practicing your new concept for your DJ sets
DJ hardware compatible with stem mixing
Get your own custom made track
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Start your remix project
Good luck and make sure whatever route you choose, learn as much from it as possible as you go along. Join our forums and discuss what's important to you and help each other out. Networking is key to success. Enjoy our DJ tutorials and our community is here to help further. Thank you for reading and commenting.