Category: Classic Rock

  1. Grokus Reply
    Jul 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - DJ S EDIT & REMIX FUNK SOUL & DISCO MIX BY STEFANO DJ STONEANGELS YouTube; Classic Funk & R&B Rework Mix - Duration: Cliff Townsend , views.
  2. Taum Reply
    Again, vinyl only DJs are left in a position where they can only get their hands on less than a third of the available songs on the market. To briefly summarise my findings so far, if you are going to be playing current mainstream songs, then ‘keeping it real’ may not be your best option.
  3. Voodoomi Reply
    Oct 21,  · dj feel. bobina. ran d. zomboy. noisecontrollers. kryder. carl nunes. adaro. djs from mars. infected mushroom. atmozfears. flume. merk & kremont. ftampa. moti. vintage culture. tony junior. alvaro. chainsmokers. jamie jones. maceo plex. felguk. wasted.
  4. Tygogrel Reply
    |th_Element_-_Warp_(Inc_X-Press_2_Remix)-Promo-Vinyltronik.
  5. Akilar Reply
    Nov 13,  · 5 Reasons Why Vinyl Beats Digital DJing DJ Chackey, spinning with two decks and a mixer. Pic: FUZIKEN. Sound quality. If people think that music played off of a CD or MP3 sound the same or better than vinyl, I recommend they get their ears checked. Vinyl is fuller, rounder, and has deeper bass. There is no warmth from an MP3.
  6. Mosho Reply
    Ultimate Sound DJs is a wedding entertainment company based out of Mineola, NY. This business is passionate about their clients, wanting them to hear the music that they desire. They make a point of listening to couples’ requests and delivering the services that they want. This business has been offering exceptional services since
  7. Vigul Reply
    Browse Vinyl by Music Genre A quick and convenient way to browse the many musical genres we have on the site. The below list which is in alphabetical order covers every style of music thinkable, as well as all popular sub genres we use, such as special dj charts & limited edition product lines.
  8. Basho Reply
    The other main section will deal with how to be a digital DJ, but many of the techniques and skills covered in the vinyl DJ section are also used when DJing in the digital domain. The main difference really is in the equipment you use – so even if you plan on being a laptop, CD or timecode vinyl DJ, you should read the info in this vinyl.