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Utilizing the ‘Silent Cue Level Begin’ Method in Serato DJ

Utilizing the ‘Silent Cue Level Begin’ Method in Serato DJis a tutorial video to enable you as you discover ways to grow to be a disc jockey. With courses, tutorials, on-line movies, e-book articles and likewise 1 on 1 periods for individuals dwelling in or close to Vancouver British Columbia
Utilizing the ‘Silent Cue Level Begin’ Method in Serato DJ



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Trayze, a former Pink Bull Thre3style USA finalist, explains the right way to use the “silent cue level begin” method in Serato DJ. The trick permits DJs to maintain their crossfaders and upfaders open whereas mixing in new tracks. It’s essential for sure sorts of routines, particularly people who require DJs to have each palms on one deck.

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  1. Trayze, like many, I first came across you in the redbull threestyle championships. The combination of hypnotize and shook ones part 2 was one of the sickest things ive ever seen. It made a lasting impression and I've followed you ever since. Thank god for people like you and Eskei83. You guys are pasionate about what you do, you constantly outdo yourselves. Your creativity is an inspiration to many. I sincerely mean that. Thank you for sharing the knowledge. Youre keeping real DJing alive.

    Massive respect from Sydney, Australia

  2. I'm honestly just trying to figure out how you effortlessly just slowed the tempo of the first track, and dropped it right on beat with that next biggie track. In my head it's just seems like you have to be focused on so much: steadily slowing the tempo, counting beats, dropping the track from deck B. And then what about the volume fader on A? Sounded like it was just gone right when it needed to be cut but I didn't necessarily notice you adjust the volume fader and your crossfaded just stayed in the middle.. Nice transition bro. Gonna have to practice that one. This might be a dumb question but I see you continuously loading that first track to deck A and B. I see a lot of DJs doing this but I never understand why.. Anyone?

  3. Could someone with a bit of patience possibly breakdown exactly what it is that's going on here? I'm a bit retarded it would seem (doh!) ;-P
    The concept I grasp, but just can't seem to get Trayze's super slick use of it here! "( me dum-dum

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