Just need some thoughts on the way i'm approaching 3 deck mixing. The way I've been doing it is for example:- Tunes on 1st and 2nd deck, double them. Let that mix roll out for 16 bars, and on the 3rd deck cue up the next tune from 16 bars from the drop. Bring in the tune on the 3rd deck and as i'm bringing that fader in trying to bring one of the other tunes out to make for the idea that there is consistently two tunes in the mix at one time. The only other way I have got comfortable with on 3 decks is having 1 tune rolling out, then on the 2nd deck use a tune that has an initial 16 (or 32 bar) breakdown, switch to that, then on the 3rd deck doubling a tune with what you have just switched to...hope this is making sense, its been confusing the hell outta me How do you guys approach 3 deck mixing? Feels like a lot of preplanning goes into 3 deck mixes, or from my point of view it seems like you need to be 1 or 2 steps ahead of what your doing, which I am struggling with a little. I feel quite comfortable beatmatching; but being early days on 3 turntables my eqing hasn't been up to scratch as i'm seemingly concentrating on the next tune I want to mix or digging records out etc etc. Anyone have any thoughts/advice? I appreciate going from 2 to 3 decks is a big move, but feel I have the technical ability to do it well with practice.