Are You Too Old To DJ?-

Learn How To DJ

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  1. Said very well , I only add you must love it and love people and most of all love music . Music will always keep all of US young .

  2. best video on this topic I do high schools etc…and so on I'm 50 started almost 3yrs ago I got into it as a kj or karaoke jockey and people started hiring me in clubs..sports bars to do karaoke dance parties and private events check me out Facebook andre Bryant icon mobile music

  3. Great Advice. I am 65 and rocking. There is a 82 years old…82! in Japan. Thank you for your nice presentations. Jorge.

  4. Hi firstly I think I've found a kindred spirit. Next year I am 50 and have been DJing for 20ish years and before that always love playing music I love soul Funk and Jazzfunk I own a Denon MC600 mk2 and like you use a Bose sound system with B2 base unit and Tonematch much the same reasons as you working with singers and live acts all the singers love my Bose. Great Videos mate I will watch more and good luck and have a nice Xmas and a Happy New Year Respect Tony

  5. Veera L- The main controller I use with VDJ8 is the Denon MC6000MK2. But I love using the MC3000 and MC2000 with it as well. The Pioneer Wego works perfectly with VDJ8 also. Basically any controller you can image works with VDJ8.

  6. Hi Veera L- My main controller is the Denon MC6000-2. I also use the Denon Mc3000, the mc2000 and the Pioneer Wego. Which controller is best for you will partly depend on your application. If you are a scratch DJ, something with larger jog wheels might appeal to you. If you are mostly a Laptop DJ but would like to start using a controller for greater flexibility and control over your music, then any of the ones I use or others that are similar will work. I'll be doing a few videos on my controller shortly.

  7. Very well said sir.

    What controller(s) are you using  for Virtual dj,  Now that VDJ 8 is catching on if you have to buy a new controller what would it be?  Thx.

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