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DJ’ing for Beginners – Learning the Basics about Audio Mixers

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DJ’ing for Beginners – Learning the Basics about Audio Mixers



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This video explains the primary capabilities of audio mixers. DJ Bolivia begins by speaking about the Pioneer DJM-600, as an instance plenty of primary mixer ideas. He then goes on to clarify the variations between the Pioneer mixer and a few different DJ mixers. Additional into the video, he talks about a few “stay sound” mixers, and explains a few of the completely different capabilities on these mixers which are extra suited to a stay efficiency strategy with bands, or recording studio use. At the finish of the video, the viewer ought to have a fairly good thought of why mixers exist, and the way to perceive their common capabilities sufficiently that if you’re confronted with a model new mixer that you’ve got by no means seen earlier than, you may determine what the numerous controls are for.

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49 comments

  1. THis tutorial is everything! Thank you so much! I also have a question: at 17:45 where You are explaining the Q buttons so that when you press them you hear the music of the channel through your headphones. Let's say you have only one channel playing music in master room and you press that Q button to hear it on the headphones. Would it stop playing music at the master room and would only play at the headphones or both (if the channel's volume level is up). Thank you!

  2. Is this similar to a DDJ SX2? I'm a producer but am trying to learn how to DJ as my label is trying to put artists on sets. I am about to buy myself an SX2, would this be similar?

  3. Sir i am Garry from India. SIR I want to Become a dj person who do remixes and also able to create and introduce new music in the world of today .. i am 17 year old what should i do from now … to become …..>>>

  4. you can ajust the pivit on the crossfader, but it depends on the sound mixer. not everyone has it. Like you said. You can ajust the curve. If i am making sence. But good video. Thanks for it.

  5. Hi djbolivia… First off awesome and informative video.. Learnt a great deal in regards to DJing. I wanna be a DJ and all my friends (who aren't DJ's) keep tellin me that i gotta learn the keyboard first to become a DJ. I'm a drummer by the way. Do i have to learn the keyboard first, before trying to learn how to DJ..? And could u also please advice me on what equipment to buy? My budget is under $500.. Looking forward to your advice..!

  6. Have you ever thought about teaching a class , I go to college and it is hard for me to focus , in any of my classes
    It was easy and interesting listening the way you explain just a suggestion

  7. Thanks DJ Bolivia for making this video. Really helpful for a young DJ here myself looking for some active. Take care brother!

  8. Absolutely outstanding video! Getting into this stuff can be so technical and daunting. Before watching this I knew nothing about mixers but now I feel I've a good grasp of the basics. Thanks so much 🙂

  9. This is so good! I'm not a dj nor do I want to be. I am a cake decorator and have to make a cake for someone who is a dj. I am researching what they use and why. It helps me to determine what I will do for the cake. This really is good. I'm also going to watch your other "basics" videos and get more insight. ??

  10. audio cuts out for me too. but honestly this video was extremely super helpful thank you soooo much ive been Djing a few months on a cheap controller and i just ordered my first ever actual nice setup and so i decided to watch some tutorials and try to get a good grounding instead of just messing around, the detail you go into is so informative i now actually understand what im doing and uses for things i didnt before it was kinda like back in school when you knew how to do a math formula but didnt quite understand how it worked still, well thanks to you now i actually understand how it works XD and you have the same headphones as me so +10 cool points

  11. good afternoon… this have been very helpful…. hoping to purchase a dj console for the Christmas… thanks fir the session. from Trinidad and Tobago

  12. Thank you very much for the awesome tutorial. I for sure as an aspiring dj learnt a lot from this. Wish you lots of luck. I have one question. I have some experience volunteering for sound services in live performances. I have a Mackie pro-fx16 mixer. Is it possible to have the cue option in audio mixers ? If so then i don't need to invest in a dj mixer. Any input will appreciated. Thanks again.

  13. Dj Bolivia, thanks for the video,well explained.Just a quick question about the EQ crossover frequencies on a mixer.Two mixers with 3band EQ. The Low freq on the first mixer stands for 50hz, a Mid Freq for 1khz. On the second one Low – 300hz, Mid- 1khz. Does this mean that the first mixer's Low freq. isolates less bass when turned down. than on the second mixer? Would be great if you could shed some light .

  14. Hi, sorry if I missed this, but can I / do I need to plug 2 turntable ground wires into the same grounding screw on the back of a mixer (if it only has one)? Thanks,

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