DnB Vinyls To Learn On

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Hi i am in the process of buying a set of turntables and am wondering what drum and bass vinyls would be good to learn with or could i go out and get any selection of drum and bass vinyls and just start practicing with them?

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Just buy tunes you like, although it helps at first if you get a few that start on a kick drum (rather than a pad or something), with a nice long intro, like the ones below:

Taxman - Scan Darker
Original Sin - Don't Be Silly
Q-Project - Credit Crunch
Sub Focus - Airplane
Break - Submerged (Calyx & Teebee Remix)
Calibre - Fire & Water/Interphaze
 

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Just buy tunes you like, although it helps at first if you get a few that start on a kick drum (rather than a pad or something), with a nice long intro, like the ones below:

true..
the ones I used much for learning to beatmatch were
nu:tone- system (m&f rmx)
shimon & matrix - slipstream
brookes brothers - F-zero / dawn treader
 

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most liquid tracks are simple and ease to understand, i learnt to beat match on Hanging Rock - L.E and Racing Green - High Contrast :)
 

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Buy some nice rollers. Check out anything on Shogun Audio or stuff by Break, Spectrasoul, Calibre or Alix Perez. Sub Focus tunes are also nice n easy to mix.
 

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I would have to say jump up mate,

Just look for anything with a drum beat for the whole intro, get a couple of tunes by the same artist, generally pretty similar and similar speed so easier to mix just to practise locking the beats.
 

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Buy the Break - Subversion EP and just practice mixing with that.

all the tunes on there are TASTY especially Destiny Comes Ringing and Lead the Way (y)
 

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Yeah i wouldnt recommend disco dodo as a beginners tune.

Warhead remix has a looooooonnnnnng intro havent seen it mentioned yet.
world of darkness
bandwagon blues
puppetwalk
Thats what i learnt with.
 

DJ ZAMBI_420

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GANJA..all the same speed. I helped my friend get the basic understanding of it all by having him mix Original Sin's "Say/All I Want" b2b with "Don't Be Silly/Cheater Cheater" over and over.

Same with Propaganda UK to my understanding...
 

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anything jump up that start imediatly with the drum beat. oringal sin - dont be silly/ cheater cheater.

most taxman tunes

krust - warhead (tc remixs)

many more mate!
 
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