<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by m..m:
I've seen a video of some DJ at the DMC championchips in the early 90's do a hand stand on one turntable and spun around on the platter while scratching a record on the other deck. Now that's a trick!</font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by The Kid:
I just thought of a cool trick!
Check this out, if a DJ is playing music with lots of build-ups, they could just mix each build up into each other and have a set that's just one big crazy build up! I think I'd be so excited I'd drop my glowsticks...
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Subsonic Chronic:
I've played around with some tracks just at home and have done that, but only with two consecutive buildups. I think any more would be overkill... but if the two tracks go together nicely it can work out.
It's the kind of trick that you need to know exactly where to start the mix though, and if you hand slips, or the record jumps when you're queueing it it all goes to shit.
Pete <- knows how to do a rewind. SELECTA! SELECTA!</font>