Making Music

  • Daniel James


A DJ isn’t a human jukebox—skill is required to play the right records in the right order and to be creative with the mix. Ask any DJ about the industry-standard tools of the trade, and they’re still a pair of the Matsushita Electric Industrial Company’s high-end hi-fi turntables from the early 70s, repurposed as club decks in the disco era and known as the Technics SL-1200s, or 1210s (see Figure 8-1).
Figure 8-1

The Technics SL-1200 Mk 2. Many DJs still prefer vinyl, but it can be hard to find new music in the format


Free Software Main Window Sound Card Virtual Keyboard Qwerty Keyboard 
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© Daniel James 2009

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