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  1. Mar 21,  · Music Habits: How to make your best DJ mix in less time - Kindle edition by Timothy, Jason. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Music Habits: How to make your best DJ mix in less benvititorniwidwasimymercaupha.coinfos: 3.
  2. Jul 30,  · There is no immediate feedback loop and you have a lot more time to prepare, but before you hit record, here are ten helpful tips to keep in mind: 1. Mix A DJ Set Live Or In Ableton? The answer is simple, purpose. If your mix is going to be used to get a gig, mix it live. You want the mix to represent what you can do live.
  3. Feb 05,  · 5. Judge your mixes when you listen to the recording, not when you actually do them. You do record your mixes, don’t you? If not, you must start – now. It’s one of the fundamentals of improving your DJing. When you listen back to your mixes, that’s the time to judge how well they went.
  4. Oct 21,  · 7. Make an end-of-mix checklist If the mix sounds good compared to a reference mix at the same level, and it does so consistently over a few trusty playback systems, your mix may be done. If it holds up the next day, it’s more than likely done. However, you must also have a personal set of goals for this mix.
  5. Mix Into A Limiter. This one is a personal preference. In my opinion, when you mix into a Limiter, you get a sense of how your mix will sound after the mastering process. It changes the whole dynamic behavior of your mix and pushes you to make different and better decisions during the session.
  6. Mar 15,  · If it is for my friend's project (Non-paying, hyper-picky, "make me sound great", "one more time") guy. (3 years, no kidding!) MORAL OF THE STORY: Make them pay for studio time by the hour, and you'll be amazed at how quickly mixdowns can be completed.
  7. Aug 13,  · Today I’m starting a 6 week series called “The One Hour Mix” where I will be mixing a song in front of you, 10 minutes at a time, for a total of one hour of mix time. Why one hour? To leverage the power of something called Parkinson’s Law in order to get better sounding mixes in less time.

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