Hello experts. So I have a gig tonight doing the closing set at a local club. I've DJ'ed out 4 times already, but I've only used my controller at the shows. (No Sync buttons) Inside my home studio, I have one Gemini 1800 CD player (super old, with a small jog wheel) and a Stanton C304 (with a more normal sized platter). I also have 2 1200's, but I know for sure the club I'm spinning at tonight has 2 900's. So, my question is as follows, and thank you for any and all replies. How fast should I be spinning the platter in order to speed up/slow down my tunes being mixed? I ask this because on my older Gemini CD player, I feel like I have to spin the platter faster, but the platters a lot smaller thus making it hard to fine tune. I mean should I be expecting a dramatic difference in the performance of the jog wheel on the 900's compared to my older units at home? I plan on keeping the pitch range on the 900's at 6% and I guess I should mention that all my tunes are between 87 (174) bpm's to 87.5 (175) bpm's. After I've made my pitch adjustments do the tunes stay matched throughout or will I be adjusting throughout the mix? (one good thing about controllers, they keep the beats locked) I already know how to beatmatch, but sometimes I feel like I over think it and thus sometimes resulting in going in and out of matched beats. Plus, I have to resort to using a shitty pair of headphones because my good ones kind of expired and stopped working. So thanks for your time, and I anticipate hearing from you.