Do you use acapellas in your digital DJing? They can be a great way to personalise your sets, to move past the "obvious", to be more creative, to please the crowd... but they can be tricky to incorporate in your DJing too. We're putting the finishing touches to some acapella tutorials, but I need to make sure we've got it all nailed. That's why I'm asking you a special favour today. What I'd like to know is: What's your biggest challenge when it comes to DJing with acapellas? What's the one main thing that's holding you back? Knowing which acapellas to use? When to use them? Where to find them? How to mix them technically? Or something else?
If I were with you now, giving you some "one to one" tuition on how to use acapellas, what's the one thing you'd really need to know from me that would help you the most when it comes to using acapellas in your digital DJing? This is a skill every DJ should have - so if you've tried in the past but not quite mastered it, or if it's something you've always meant to have a go at, or you're struggling right now - doesn't matter, your opinion is valuable.
Don't forget to check back here later, too, to see for yourself what your fellow DJs are struggilng with - it might give you some comfort and a bit of faith to carry on along your own path.
Please let me know in the comments below. Your input is invaluable to us and will be much appreciated.