ok, so i've been watching the recording of crissy criss @ warning cambridge trying to figure out how he gets his mixes done on 3 decks and can't seem to get my head around it. sometimes he mixes tunes so closely together that by mixing from 3 cdjs it is simply not possible, almost like there would be a 4th hidden deck somewhere but there isn't, here is the vid Sometimes he would do the traditional doubledrop + teaser tune on the 3rd or 4th phrase but then after the bridge he would bring in a tune (or two different ones) at the right cue but without having to search for it before so it would be rightly cued for the second double drop. i am almost certain he doesn't mix already homemade mashups of tunes, so there's gotta be another way. maybe saved cuepoints and/or pitched cds, sliced tunes. the reason i'm asking is i'm trying to learn to mix from 3 decks, but i dont play vinyl(i know, i'm a horrible person, i just can't afford it in eastern europe with our wages) so the traditional andy c technique is just a guideline and i wanted to check crissy to see how he does it since he also uses cds. So any ideas, anybody who has been close enough to the man to have a look at his technique?