Friday Roundup: 5 Steps To Mastering The Art Of The Warm Up

Joey Santos | Read time: 2 mins
Friday roundup
Last updated 4 August, 2017


Friday Roundup
In this week’s Friday Roundup, learn what it takes to become a good warm up DJ, among other articles we’ve curated for your weekend reading.

In this week’s Friday Roundup, we’ve got an nice article on how to become the best warm up DJ you can be (everyone does this at some point in their career), a list of the 10 best audio interfaces for DJ/producers out there today, and we find out what happens when 40 DJs get together to form a scratch circle. All that and more in our weekly muster of DJ news from around the web. Have a great weekend!

  1. 5 Steps To Master The Art of The Warm Up – The idea of a warm up DJ may be lost in the current EDM climate, but don’t believe for a second that you’ll never have to do it – it’s part of earning your stripes as a DJ. Learn more in this piece by Decoded Magazine Read more
  2. DJ/Producers Tackle Stems – Native Instruments’ latest multi-track file format has received acclaim and criticism. Find out two key opposing views in this interview by DJ Mag Read more
  3. 6 Free Sample Packs Every Producer Needs – Whether you’re just starting on your production journey or you’ve been making music already, these sample packs are essential downloads and won’t cost you a single cent. The LANDR Blog has the list Read more
  4. 10 Top Audio Interfaces – Check out 10 of the best interfaces whether you’re a bedroom producer on a shoestring budget or you’ve got cash to burn. Attack Magazine has it Read more
  5. Getting The Most Out Of Pioneer’s Pro DJ Link – Mojaxx from DJ City shows us how to set up and optimise the Pro DJ Link feature found on Pioneer DJM mixers at clubs Watch it
  6. 40 Of The World’s Best Scratch DJs Do One Epic Routine – See what happens when you put 40 of the world’s best scratch DJs in one room. inthemix has it Watch it
  7. Do Good Artists Steal? – Plagiarism is rampant in dance music, and arguably a lot of tunes in the Beatport Top 100 sound the same. So it begs the question – do good artists copy? Attack Magazine explores Read more

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