Hot cues are an important part of digital DJing because they let you jump around a track instantly. They’re useful for placing in crucial sections of a tune (eg the intro, breakdown or drop) and they can also be used as “markers” to signify mix in or mix out points. In this Tips & Tricks video for absolute beginners, we’ll show you how to label and colour code hot cues in Serato DJ for easier viewing and management.
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