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Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by Fade, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Fade

    Fade New Member

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    Hey wanting to get into DJ'in drum and bass what would you reccomend i get? Is it worth using CDJ's or strictly vinyl? Mixer? hit me back thanks
     
  2. Lily Allen

    Lily Allen I've been naughty, I'm banned

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    Completely down to you mate, I suggest trying both before you buy tho.
     
  3. Fade

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    i definately will and when i decide on which one which will prob be vinyl I'll get back to you to ask which turntables to get
     
  4. emy

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    Cool, I love vinyl, I recommend it and you can always then learn on CDJs later

    If you can try out a bit of each first, to see what you prefer, before investing in the equipment that would be good :)
     
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  5. robzy

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    The main thing that decides whether you buy CDs or vinyl is you budget, years ago I bought a pair of turntables and have stuck with them... only problem is records are so expensive and you need to collect alot before you can start doing any decent work, I've spent thousands over the last few years on my record collection.

    However with CDs or turntables and a digital vinyl system, you can play MP3s which can be bought for a couple of quid now off beatport and dnb arena.

    The things to think about are do you have a decent record shop nearby? and do you have the cash to be paying between 5 and 8 quid a record.