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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» anima replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 2:45pm
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» DynV replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 5:49pm
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tell me, if you don't give a shit about mixing, just move real quick the slider from 1 player to the other, how can you teach someone to make his/her own track selection and figure out how to tweak it according to the crowd reaction/feel in 1 summer. please let us know!

I bet there's packages where a real DJ make selections with some side-selections. so that's it, the course should be called: how to take credit for real DJ work. or is there some courses about lame DJ formulas?
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» anima replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 6:24pm
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We teach everything for A to Z.

How to beat match, how to scratch, how to put some effect, the history of dj, the frequency, recording, promoting yourself, work with tractor, midi controller, cdj, vinyls and very more than that.... Well its very complete, there is 3 levels. 42 hours total.

If you wanna know more about us plz visit our web site:
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» Screwhead replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 7:14pm
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Well that's just insulting. "IN 42 HOURS WE'LL TEACH YOU WHAT TAKES YEARS OF DEDICATION FOR CEREAL GUYS GIVE ME YOUR MONEY!"

YOU are what's wrong with electronic music today. Fucking get-rich-quick tourist assholes.
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» Nathan replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 7:29pm
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Originally Posted By DYNV

tell me, if you don't give a shit about mixing, just move real quick the slider from 1 player to the other, how can you teach someone to make his/her own track selection and figure out how to tweak it according to the crowd reaction/feel in 1 summer. please let us know!

I bet there's packages where a real DJ make selections with some side-selections. so that's it, the course should be called: how to take credit for real DJ work. or is there some courses about lame DJ formulas?


I learned by myself over a short period of time, enough to play out to then pick up the necessary experience and additional skills ... but I still, after 12 years, learn something new every month, like you would in any discipline.

For people who aren't patient enough, or want to start on the right foot right away, this kind of school is probably a good idea ... and I'd rather people went to school than fuck up in public for years before learning proper technique.

Song selection, though one of the most important aspects of mixing, remains fairly personal. Play what both you and hopefully the crowd would like, that's my motto. You can teach people about getting ready for a gig, to research what music should be brought etc, but you can't teach someone to have good taste in music, and I don't think at the school they tell people ''this is a good song, this is a bad song'' ... and if you can't tell what peole like in your prefered style, you probably shouldn't be DJing anyway xD

And no matter how good the tunes you have are, if you can't play 'em right, you still suck.

Anyway, with people often complaining about older DJs not teaching, or DJs being incompetent, or noobs not learning properly; DJ courses are a decent idea.
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Good [+2]Toggle ReplyLink» Masa replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 9:04pm
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Originally Posted By SCREWHEAD

Well that's just insulting. "IN 42 HOURS WE'LL TEACH YOU WHAT TAKES YEARS OF DEDICATION FOR CEREAL GUYS GIVE ME YOUR MONEY!"

YOU are what's wrong with electronic music today. Fucking get-rich-quick tourist assholes.


Yeah, well, wonder why no one posted this one yet

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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» DynV replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 9:11pm
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Originally Posted By NATHAN

you can't teach someone to have good taste in music, and I don't think at the school they tell people ''this is a good song, this is a bad song'' ... and if you can't tell what peole like in your prefered style, you probably shouldn't be DJing anyway xD


that's my point. why would I learn about painting if I have no artistic vision? I could technically be the best painter in the country with no idea what to do, what good would that be? I guess taking commissions...

so learn DJing then go take requests and play what's popular. @.@
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Good [+3]Toggle ReplyLink» basdini replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 11:22pm
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i think lessons to learn isn't a terrible idea, it's good for people who want to give it a try before they decide if they want to sink two or three thousand dollars into something they may not be good at or even like.

remember:

the fantasy of DJing (lots of chicks, tons of free cocaine, paid for flights to exotic locations)

is different from:

the reality of DJing (Setting your alarm for midnight to go play a gig at 1 am, promoters telling you 'people don't really listen to that kind of music anymore', drunk and high people talking to you while you try to hold a mix together)
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Good [+2]Toggle ReplyLink» rawali replied on Tue Jul 3, 2012 @ 11:48pm
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Originally Posted By DYNV

that's my point. why would I learn about painting if I have no artistic vision? I could technically be the best painter in the country with no idea what to do, what good would that be? I guess taking commissions...

so learn DJing then go take requests and play what's popular. @.@


but if you do have an artistic vision than wouldn't you want to have access to art school to get some techniques down and be able to put your ideas on canvas...

honestly you guys are being cunts here... pete and the crew have been working their asses off since this thing started and it's not like their making stacks of cash either... they put a lot of effort into creating a class and training their teachers to give out the proper information to get djs started and on the right path... this means less posers with X1s and traktor doing fuckall on stage and more people in general who truly understand the difference between a shit dj an a good one and strive to be the latter

some people have a natural talent to be able to learn things on their own... others get more out of proper classes... you know that's why we have universities and shit... I really wish I'd have had this help when I started because I made a friggin fool of myself on the first couple of tries
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Good [+3]Toggle ReplyLink» BonusBeats replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 12:44am
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J'aurais sûrement skippé la fois où j'ai littéralement pris un dancefloor plein et vidé le Blizzarts au complet en moins de 15 minutes aussi :) Qu'est-ce que ça peut faire de mal qu'une école ait été fondée pour transmettre la technique, surtout que la technique en tant que telle est la partie facile de la patente. C'est sûr qu'il n'y a pas de cours pour t'expliquer exactement COMMENT choisir tes tracks (car c'est ce qui fait le style et la touche personnelle, les choses qui séparent les bons des mauvais), mais peut-être que ce n'est pas fou d'apprendre POURQUOI les choisir avec un soin borderline maniaque. Pourquoi pas aussi apprendre le côté objectif de la chose, comment downgrader à plus smooth (beaucoup de DJs ont du mal avec ça) et autres trucs techniques pour savoir blender correctement/se servir du crossfader correctement/changer de style de façon drastique ou smooth? Moi je trouve que cette école est plutôt une bonne idée. Je ne sais pas combien de temps ça m'a pris tout seul dans ma tête avant d'avoir un niveau assez bon pour que ça vaille la peine de me présenter devant du monde et encore, avant qu'on me remarque assez pour me donner 20 000 watts ca a pris plusieurs années. Et je dis ''tout seul dans ma tête" c'est faux car j'avais tous les gars de 64hz pour me coacher quand je mixais dans les afterpartys.

Même avec l'oreille de faucon de Nicolas et Jean-Simon qui ne manquaient pas un glitch et ne manquaient pas de me faire remarquer que mon mix chiait totalement lorsque l'occasion se présentait (assez souvent au début) par exemple en me bumpant des decks.
Tsé, je l'aurais peut-être pris, le cours.

Cette formation peut sûrement aider un bon DJ à débuter et elle n'empêchera en rien un DJ de marde de faire des sets pas écoutables de musique générique à 2c, même que ça va le démasquer avant même qu'il atteigne un vrai party et qu'il force le monde à s'emmerder

Non?
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» DynV replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 12:49am
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Originally Posted By RAWALI

but if you do have an artistic vision than wouldn't you want to have access to art school to get some techniques down and be able to put your ideas on canvas...


good point!

I just wonder about those that will actually spend the $, how many will be like what was just mentioned and how many will be like I assumed: listened to a dozen albums, then either grandma offering a present or increasing his/her credit limit.
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» BonusBeats replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 12:53am
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True. I completely agree but the important ones are the ones that will grow from it. It's like real school. Everybody should have full access, because some of them will be able to develop their potential harder/faster/better/stronger ;) The others will find something else.

You can't pick which one will become the next Adam Beyer from the next DJ Fred 2000 just by looking at them when they get through the door. Would be nice to be able to do so, but, no. You can't tell :p
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» Max_x2 replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 1:58am
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Honestly, i don't know why you guyz are bitching so much. The guy's making a living teaching the basic of djing. Indeed, nothing buys experience. Mais kek bases, ça aide à bien partir. J'me vois pas trop demandé au djs dme montrer comment faire pendant son set... J'pense pas nécessairement devenir dj, yen a djà tellement... Mais ça serait bien pour mieux comprendre cke j'entend quand jvais dans un event.

Sans blague, on dirait que vous faites juste ça dans vie, bitcher. En fait, vous bitcher plus que la plupart des filles que je connais (exception faite de Basdini, Nathan, Rawali et Bonusbeats).
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Good [+2]Toggle ReplyLink» Blisss replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 3:07am
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Originally Posted By MAX_X2

Sans blague, on dirait que vous faites juste ça dans vie, bitcher. En fait, vous bitcher plus que la plupart des filles que je connais (exception faite de Basdini, Nathan, Rawali et Bonusbeats).


Very true lol...

Originally Posted By basdini
remember:

the fantasy of DJing (lots of chicks, tons of free cocaine, paid for flights to exotic locations)

is different from:

the reality of DJing (Setting your alarm for midnight to go play a gig at 1 am, promoters telling you 'people don't really listen to that kind of music anymore', drunk and high people talking to you while you try to hold a mix together)


yeah like you would know. You've played a total of 3 gigs in your life, thats one more than Paris Hilton

For your information, you do meet a lot of girls, do get offered TONS of drugs for free, never pay to go anywhere, always end up on the guestlist, and yes if you're so inclined you can get your airfare paid for to go somewhere exotic if you feel like it.

Djing is hard work yes, but it does have its perks ;)
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» basdini replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 4:19am
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Please continue, whatever you're saying is quite fascinating
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» Masa replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 10:04am
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Originally Posted By BASDINI

Please continue, whatever you're saying is quite fascinating


Actually, it is; now we can be sure Blisss is in it for the groupies, the drugs and the not paying at events
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» DynV replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 11:01am
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Originally Posted By MAX_X2

Sans blague, on dirait que vous faites juste ça dans vie, bitcher. En fait, vous bitcher plus que la plupart des filles que je connais (exception faite de Basdini, Nathan, Rawali et Bonusbeats).


si pour eux c'est important d'avoir un bon sentiment communal, c'est leur droit. moi j'me plis pas en 4 pour les sentiments ; je sors pas de mon chemin pour faire chier non plus.
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Good [+2]Toggle ReplyLink» databoy replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 12:08pm
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Originally Posted By RAWALI

honestly you guys are being cunts here... pete and the crew have been working their asses off since this thing started and it's not like their making stacks of cash either... they put a lot of effort into creating a class and training their teachers to give out the proper information to get djs started and on the right path... this means less posers with X1s and traktor doing fuckall on stage and more people in general who truly understand the difference between a shit dj an a good one and strive to be the latter


What he said.

Besides, You would take dj lessons for the same reasons you would take piano lessons. To get better, faster.

Anyone who doesnt get that, should go back and finish kindergarten.
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» Masa replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 12:35pm
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Aight aight, in all seriousness, I have no problems with there being a DJ school. I'm pretty sure I know a few of the instructors too.

And I don't really have any problems with anyone wanting to learn a skill, obviously.
I do have a problem with the motivations some may have for becoming one, as stated by our resident superstar wanker:

Originally Posted By BLISSS

For your information, you do meet a lot of girls, do get offered TONS of drugs for free, never pay to go anywhere, always end up on the guestlist, and yes if you're so inclined you can get your airfare paid for to go somewhere exotic if you feel like it.


.. Or by Moog's latest advertising.

There's a shitton of good DJs in Montreal, and a shitton of wannabe-poser-famehags too.
I let my feet be the judge.

Hopefully this DJ school WILL turn some lame DJs into proper ones.
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Good [+1]Toggle ReplyLink» Nathan replied on Wed Jul 4, 2012 @ 6:01pm
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Originally Posted By MASA

I let my feet be the judge.


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