DJ ADVICE ON SETTING UP YOUR MIC VOLUME- djBJoRN.com

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  1. Ellaskins so I want to practice manual beatmacthing on my 2000 NXS but I don't want to see the beat grid traffic lights or BPM !! What's the best way to achieve this IYO

  2. Great video Ellaskins. I believe that the microphone nowadays are a bit forgotten about, especially if you are playing in clubs and play EDM. Microphones used to be the MC's go-to-tool, bit of a shame that it´s not like that anymore. I try to use it during my dj gigs but never got my head around feedback loops (or actually done a poor job investigating the cause of it haha). Thanks for bringing it up! 🙂
    //Felix Persson AKA FLX

  3. Thank for this tutorial.Please do a tutorial on active speaker level settings. I have an active speaker button labeled LEVEL. On the left side is labeled LINE  to 12 O'clock, and the right is MIC  from 12 o' clock to 5 o'clock marked 50 dB.Whenever I turn the speaker volume past 11 o' clock  I hear the speaker humming. Then I wonder why there is a mark for 12 o'clock or for louder? What the mic setting on the right side suppose to do?Can someone please explain? Thank you in advance.

  4. I DJ a karaoke night & spend a lot of time on the mic. it's hands down one of the most important skills to have as a DJ if you want to come off professional.

  5. I usually like to kill the low on the mic to get rid of all the rumbling from my low voice. 😉
    It also makes all the P's and B's less overbearing as well as reducing overall handling noise.

  6. Ha ha … when a D.J talks over the tracks at a family party… and you can NEVER understand what they say… Everybody knows what that sounds like…. 🔊🎤🙉

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