Hi All, So i have come across this farrrrr to much as of late and its a bit of a pet peeve i guess. I see way too many DJs who consider themselves as "DJs" yet in my opinion really arnt. What i am taking about is DJs who dont really mix. I am only speaking from an EDM (125-175bpm). HipHop/Wedding DJs i can see how this would not relate as often you dont really beat match and just go from song to song as its hard to mix such a varity of tempos (Although Kudos for those of you who can). Now When someone does lets say an hour long set...I hear a total of 15 songs...that works out to 4 minutes a song...which is pretty much the whole damn song. How is this mixing?? You are litterly mixing a basic drum beat to a basic drum beat and then moving onto your next track. Now i can see how people who have been DJing for a very short period of time to be playing like this as it takes a good ear and knowing your music in and out to do more complicated mixes...but Then i see DJs who have been "DJs" for upwards of 10 years doing the exact same thing. Usually when i am doing an Hour set i have upwards of 25-30 songs that i go through...not always do i play the whole song...but usually i always have 2 songs going at the same time...using loops and cuts and cue points acapellas to keep it interesting. Now even when i was using CDJs i still blended tracks together and made my music 1 of a kind that still had the dominate track playing but i use other tracks to make it different thus making it MINE. I hear so many ppl say we are not jukeboxes, but really yes thats all you are if you are doing the intro outro mixing without spicing it up...no you are not everyones juke box...but you are your own jukebox. Am I totally wrong here?