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Three CDJ2000 features I couldn’t live without

Three CDJ2000 features I couldn’t live without

The three features on a CDJ2000 I couldn’t live without by SOS DJ Course tutor Katie Drover 1 – Tagging What it is A feature that allows you to tag up to 100 tracks or playlists on the fly. The tracks/playlists you tag are added to a separate playlist that you can...
Choosing a Major or Minor Key

Choosing a Major or Minor Key

The Key of a Track can have an important effect on its emotional impact. Choosing whether to use a Major or Minor scale will determine which notes sound “in key” and will define how you write the elements of your track. Music in a Major key is traditionally associated...
Inside Ableton Live

Inside Ableton Live

When our students first explore Ableton Live, there’s always a healthy discussion about “what’s this?” and “what’s that?” and we generally agree that an explanation of terms and a kind of ‘road map’ would be useful...
Davide Carbone Demystifies Audio Compression

Davide Carbone Demystifies Audio Compression

Compression. In my experience it’s probably the most misunderstood dynamic effect in music production. What is it for and how do you use it? I’m going to explain the basics but I’d also like to explain compression in practice rather than just in...
Basic Music Theory in Electronic Music

Basic Music Theory in Electronic Music

If you’ve ever wondered why certain chords work well together or why particular notes seem to just sound ‘correct’ in a bassline, you’re thinking about Music Theory. Right now, if you started to write a bassline, which note would you start on and how would you decide....