How you can be a good DJ with MonsterGODJ
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How you can be a good DJ with MonsterGODJ

Learn DJing with Monstergodj
4.0 (45 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
2,908 students enrolled
Created by Monster Godj
Last updated 11/2015
English
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Price: Free
This course includes
  • 31 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What you'll learn
  • Students will learn the advanced tips and tricks on how DJ'ing works. Users will be able to create their own mix and experiment with their own sounds at the end of the course.
Description

"Monster GoDJ Advanced Tutorial" is 10 video lecture series that is instructed by Pinnacle TheHustler. In this tutorial, Pinnacle goes further in depth regarding how to use the Monster GoDJ with more advanced techniques such as counting time signatures, advanced mixing, scratching and transitional techniques. Also you could learn general how to be a better DJ such as cutting, fading, EQ mixing, back spin etc.. For this course, listeners will need a Monster GoDJ and/or speakers or headphones. Enjoy this 'How you can be a good DJ with MonsterGODJ' tutorial series! At the end of this course you will realize that you already be a good DJ!

Course content
Expand 10 lectures 30:42
+ How to DJ like a Professional with Monster GODJ
10 lectures 30:42
  • How to count measures (bars) in 4/4 time and apply to most songs.
Breakdown of a standard song / counting measures
02:24
  • How to identify the appropriate time to mix a new song into the currently playing song
When To Mix
02:17
  • How to know when you’re scratching too much and showing how to use the stab scratch and the chirp scratch to introduce a new track
When To Scratch
04:30
  • How to use the “cut” technique to introduce a new track
Transitions - Cutting
02:15
  • How to use the “fade” technique to introduce a new track
Transitions - Fading
01:49
  • How to use the equalizer to introduce a new track
Transitions - EQ Mixing
02:34
  • How to use the “back spin” technique to introduce a new track
Transitions - Back Spin
02:02
  • How to use the “rewind ” technique to introduce a new track
Transitions - Rewind
02:18
  • Understanding how to choose the right playlist
Choosing The Right Playlist
06:48
  • How to “drop the bomb” properly and how to choose the right song to “drop the bomb”.
Dropping The Bomb
03:45