For many years I have become a little bit disillusioned with the whole dj culture. Nearly everyone is now a dj. Its so easy to download a few Mp3s and purchase a cheap console and call yourself 'DJ Make Believe' or 'DJ I Just Started' without realising it really is a craft and an art form. The key is being able to read your crowd, keep the vibe going, dont just play for yourself and many more attributes. So before you give yourelf a DJ title, get some experience and earn the right to your name. If there was an official Dj course and you had to study for years and pass the exam - would you pass?
in 2004 . 5 turntables (3 Technics, 2 CDJ1000's), a Tascam X-9, Samson monitors, Sony Professional headphones, a Kaoss Pad, Ortofon Pro needles, and enough cables, stickers, and good tunes to last a lifetime!! . . .