It's more important to bring in the next track clean, preferably after the sound effect has "cleared the stage" for the big chune coming in next. Your phrasing is decent, but make sure you distinguish the tracks with 8 bars from those with 4 bars use the comments field! Every lead-in to reggae tracks always has the artists talking, dropping their signature saying, etc. Busy yelling over a TOK chorus.
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For example, sometimes the chorus finishes "past" the 8th bar, so try to make the next track a song that starts on the 2 beat.
Busy yelling over a TOK chorus. As for buying this fiddim, I got it given to me by a studio I work with, they constantly send me new music, try downloading it on dancehallzone. In your first mix, the volume dropped significantly This isn't always possible of course, but knowing how the track finishes and the next one starts will help make smoother mixes that don't even require a sound effect.
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Ganja Farmer or She's Royal would be 2 tracks I just slam mix 2. If this isn't possible or you can't be bothered, use the sound effect to "fade out" the last track so the next track comes in clean.
It's more important to bring in the next track clean, preferably after the sound effect has "cleared the stage" for the big chune coming in next. You really need to know your tracks for this.
Every lead-in to reggae tracks always has the artists talking, dropping their signature saying, etc.
Please remember the community riddum when posting and try to be polite and inclusive. A couple mixes had an extra 4 bars of "intro", which can lessen the impact of the track being dropped.
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Ideally every time you switch tracks you're straight into the first verse or chorus. It doesn't matter if you cut off the last couple beats of the playing track and drop a sound effect. Your phrasing is decent, but make sure you distinguish the tracks mkx 8 bars from those with 4 bars use the comments field!
This area is for discussion about DJing in general. When juggling riddims, it's VERY important to have your levels the same as you transition tracks. rididm
To participate in this discussion, we need a few basic details from you. A few suggestions to keep improving: This was actually my first attempt at this recording so nothing was practiced or pre recorded.
Again there are exceptions, but generally you only need to have one track at a time playing when juggling riddims. The riddim is the same, so a quick smooth transition from one song to the next will get it done, you don't need to show everyone you can mix two tracks together.
When blending in the next track, try to keep the volume low so you don't have overly loud talking mixed in with the chorus riddim.