Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Jungle for life, May 16, 2011.
Do cdj's take any skill ?
If so who is better the modern DJ or the old school DJ
DamageCase7 do you lack the ability to reply with any thing other than unfunny pictures?
The pic is actually quite relevant!
Pepsi or coke? They are both cola so it's down to personal preference!
Yeah but you know we all prefer coke really!
Pepsi is the best for me stop deciding for people TROLL.
There's alway one...
I mix with a live orchestra....try beat matching that shit...real skill right there
That is one of the most compelling questions facing mankind today. You sir are some kind of sorcerer.
I would also like to know about this and the cost/quality factor of both vinyl/cdj both with a good decent set of decks price and factoring in mp3/vinyl cost
Oh my lord this forum is fucked up on so many levels, every time a legitimate question is asked every one replies with fucktard pictures, butthurt replies such as "i herd dis asked b4" or they accuse the OP of being a troll seriously the guy has asked a simple question why can't you give them a simple answer?
And no doubt some fucking idiot will reply to me with an outdated and unfunny internet meme.
go on then.
Say, Do you like fishsticks?
I rest my case.
of course CDJs take skill. Sure they can pretty much beatmatch for you (top range stuff anyway), but thats only a fraction of what DJings about.
And there are many old school vinyl DJs who couldnt mix then and cant mix now on CDJs *cough Dillinja cough Grooverider*. I think modern DJs are better because technology allows them to do more
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