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Want to know what it feels like to play a perfect DJ set to a full dancefloor, using just your iPad (or iPhone)? In this, the first book of its kind, Phil Morse of Digital DJ Tips—the world's biggest DJ training website—shows you step-by-step exactly how you can do just that, using Algoriddim's powerful djay 2 DJ app.
From helping you to choose, organise and prepare your music (including using djay 2's Spotify integration), to showing you how to beatmix like a pro, to giving you the low down on powerful techniques such as DJ effects, loops and keymixing, Phil shows you how to DJ properly with this software, in 172 feature-packed pages and across 21 pro HD videos.
The book serves as a standalone and complete guide to DJing as a hobby or profession, aimed at both complete beginners and those new to digital DJing. It covers all aspect of the craft, from standing out through your music choices, to how to get booked, even how to deal with pre-gig nerves - plus lots of ideas for furthering your DJing after you've successfully played your first public set. Once you know this stuff, you'll be able to transfer the skills to any DJ set-up you like.
Whether you want to be a club-style DJ, play mobile, or just spin at parties for your friends, and whatever your music style, everything you need to do to truly impress your audiences is here. Far beyond an instruction manual, How to DJ on your iPad (& iPhone) is more like an iPad/iPhone DJ's bible.
So if you've yet to start, or you've downloaded djay 2 and got stuck, wondering what to do next or what you're doing wrong, this unique book and video package is exactly what you need to kickstart your digital DJing career!
Very helpful and highly recommended ebook for beginning DJs and bedroom mixers like me. My only gripe is that Mr. Morse should get the help of an editor, as the errors distract from his awesome instruction. Spellcheck doesn't catch everything!
Regardless, thank you Phil.
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Amazing book. Lots of tips and tricks in circa 200 pages. A fun read.