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DDJ-SX2

Controller Clinic #34: Remix Decks vs SP-6 Sample Player

Reader Robert writes: “My question is about the SP-6 decks in Serato which I assume are the equivalent to Traktor’s Remix Decks. Traktor has a huge library of remix packs which can be bought to supplement the free stuff. I have checked out Serato’s website and I cant find any substantial material/packs.”

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decksaver

Video Review: Decksaver DJ Gear Covers

We review lots of DJ gear cases, backpacks, trolleys and so on here, but one of the big issues with protecting your expensive controller is making sure its knobs, faders and buttons are protected in transport, and it’s kept dust-free when not. That’s where Decksaver covers come in.

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Dedicated DJ Space

How To Have Better DJ Practice Sessions

DJing used to mean carefully picking out your vinyl, packing them in your bag, and spinning them on a pair of Technics turntables. Getting “behind the decks” meant you could only do one thing when faced with a mixer and the wheels of steel: DJ. How things have changed…

Angelo

Video: Bluffer’s Guide To Scratching, With DJ Angelo

Don’t know your chirp from your crab? Difficulty differentiating your hamster from your hot cue? Maybe you need to watch our pal DJ Angelo’s entertaining video where he explains the differences between some of the classic scratch sounds and techniques using vinyl.

The One Thing

The One Thing All DJs Should Never Do

Despite all the fun chaos that happens in my DJ sets, I do have one rule that I strictly adhere to night after night ever since I got really serious about DJing, and I’m going to share it with you right now in the hopes that it guides you in your DJ career, just as it continues to do so in mine.

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