October 2011

DUBturbo Review: I Was Wrong!

by admin on October 30, 2011

in Reviews

I’m a bit embarrassed about this, so I’ll give it to you straight. A few months ago I told you guys about how to make beats with Sonic Producer, a beat maker software I’ve been using to make beats for my mixes. I wasn’t lying, I really do use it and I do think that it’s a good program for beginners to get started in making their own beats. Or, at least, I did. After I wrote that post, one of my readers (who shall remain unnamed) emailed me in an outrage. He couldn’t believe that I was using Sonice Producer when there was a much better beat making program out there, with higher quality sound samples and a ton more features. He was right. I’ve been using that program for the last 2 months and it’s awesome. I wanted to tell you about it earlier, but I’ve been too embarrassed to go back on what I had said just a few months ago. But now I’m finally ready to give you my DUBturbo review. If you’re still interested in making studio quality beats, read on…


The Facts of Learning to DJ

by admin on October 23, 2011

in DJ Tutorials

When I was learning to DJ it was with a big bag of records that you’d have to lug
over your shoulder. Times have change but there are a few time-hardened facts that
remain the same when it comes to learning how to DJ.

Whats funny about “the facts of life” for DJing is that so many beginner DJs tend to
make the same mistakes as I did when I was starting out as a DJ. I wish that an older
veteran DJ showed me the ropes so I could become a great DJ that much quicker.

I didn’t have money for DJ Lessons but I wanted to learn how to DJ so I just sort of
stumbled my way through the learning process.

So to help you get ahead with your DJing and save you some time and pain through
mistakes, I’m going to share with you some of the time-hardened DJing facts:


Break out your turntables and get ready to mix a masterpiece because OurStage, Rolling Stone, New Era and DJ Irie have teamed up to host a great competition for DJs looking for their big break! The New Era “Fly Your Own Flag” DJ Competition, powered by OurStage, offers aspiring DJs from across the U.S. to guest DJ at a New Era sponsored party featuring DJ Irie. This is a great opportunity for up-and-coming DJs to launch their careers.

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