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New York City House

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Masters At Work, Todd Terry, Strictly Rhythm, Danny Tenaglia, Junior Vasquez, The Sound Factory, Tunnel, Twilo, Limelight: Michaelangelo Matos charts how Gotham
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Why dance music will boom, not bust

Why dance music will boom, not bust | DJing | Scoop.it
Integrity. It's a word that's going to determine the course of this music over the next few years.
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Ryan Davis: "Messages and feelings"

Ryan Davis: "Messages and feelings" | DJing | Scoop.it
Germany's Ryan Davis makes his first trip down under, and gives us an insight into where music has taken him.
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Are traditional DJs a dying breed?

Are traditional DJs a dying breed? | DJing | Scoop.it
Scene veteran John '00' Fleming writes for inthemix about the divide between 'entertainer DJs' and their 'traditional' counterparts.
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How Chicago house got its groove back

How Chicago house got its groove back | DJing | Scoop.it
Chicago house music is the sound of global pop today. In the 90s, though, it was on life support—until a new wave of producers got its groove back.
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How Do You Think Digital Has Changed DJing?

How Do You Think Digital Has Changed DJing? | DJing | Scoop.it
Just the quickest of glances at the posts around this one here on Digital DJ Tips will show you just how advanced DJ technology is nowadays.
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Is Music Worse Than It Used To Be?

Is Music Worse Than It Used To Be? | DJing | Scoop.it
Dance music’s recent mainstream acceptance as "EDM" has brought about a fury from certain elements in the artistic/underground scenes, which is nothing new in itself - it happens whenever anything "underground" finds love from the mainstream. So...
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2 years on: The post-Technics age - DJWORX

2 years on: The post-Technics age - DJWORX | DJing | Scoop.it
If you're reading this, then the predicted end of the world didn't happen when Technics shut down. But what is the DJ world like in the post-Technics era?
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About those Traktor Remix Decks... - DJWORX

About those Traktor Remix Decks... - DJWORX | DJing | Scoop.it
NI's Remix Decks are allegedly the next big thing in digital DJing. Chris Cartledge has a look and offers his thoughts and ideas.
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Is America killing dance music?

Is America killing dance music? | DJing | Scoop.it
It's a concern that we've been wailing about for ages now, and it's one that's starting to be heard in the States: will North America’s embrace of dance music ultimately be a bad thing for the scene worldwide?
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Think Sync Is Killing DJing? Look Away Now! | Digital DJ Tips

Think Sync Is Killing DJing? Look Away Now! | Digital DJ Tips | DJing | Scoop.it
So you think “sync” is killing the art of DJing? That without a DJ manually matching the tempos of two pieces of music, the skill has gone and the doors have been opened for the unwashed masses to trample all over your sacred ground?
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Louis Lovacheff's curator insight, August 17, 10:37 PM

I almost couldn't finish this article. It literally goes against everything that I'm about. This article shows the development of a new mashup software, giving users a one push-one stop button that beat matches and tunes two tracks at the same time. This is comparable to a sync button on steroids. This idea not only takes away the need to manually beat match or manually match the pitches of two tracks in order to make a mix or mashup. While this software makes it possible for anyone to be a "DJ" and mash two songs together, it also throws away any respectable form of art involved in the skill of DJ'ing