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rhetski

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  1. Hey guys and girls, After years away from the decks I decided to brush them off and have a play again... Lots has changed, lots of new tech stuff to learn! Where do people buy their music from now?? So out of the loop!
  2. http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Pioneer-CDJ-500- ... 785wt_1139
  3. Thanks guys! Out of interest, where you playing at?
  4. OK, so here it comes....I am gay, well, lesbian, but generally have been at the same clubs as the boys for the last 13 years...Here's a list of artists I know get played heaps at the clubs and on floats etc at Mardi Gras... Cher, Celine Dion, Steps, Darren Hayes, Mika, Sugababes, Bonnie Tyler, Bette Midler, Cyndi Lauper, Dolly Parton...Then the usual poppy top 40 artists like Katy Perry, Britney, Christina Aguilira etc... Mardi Gras parties are fucking awesome, I think even though you will be in the company of a massive group of homos you will have a good night, they do like to party! Especially on their night of nights!!
  5. Thanks - it was Chillout sessions 3!
  6. What is the name of the album Ministry of Sound put out where there were 2 discs, one named Beach and one named Pool? Im being way lazy I know!
  7. LOL - Could also include Management, Marketing, Legal and Logistics experience!!
  8. I spent a bit, could have easily spent a shite load more!! Personally, for me, I am only newish to the whole DJ scene so my mixing skills are still in need of improvement, so I try to do a bit of a mix of both...Sometimes gets a bit hard to mix songs like YMCA into Black Eyed Peas...Also depends on your gig
  9. My set up from a Disco themed 50th I did on the weekend... Pretty cruddy pics, took them on my iPhone..
  10. Can someone please tell me how to do it? Thanks
  11. rhetski

    wedding tips

    These are most the important songs imo, that's all the Bride cares about, that her songs she has spent 6 months discussing with all her friends are played at the right times. It's mainly the Bride you have to keep happy, unless you get some new age sensitive guy...Easist bit is, the Bride should tell you what she wants played at these times... My tips for toilet break songs... - A Jivebunny mix for the oldies - Definately grease megamix And your typical crowd pleasers that everyone can dance to - Nutbush, Bus stop etc...cheesy but they love it! Hope it all goes well!
  12. Looks like the all in one midi controller market is going off, here is another one only days after Pioneer released their version... Store DJ has them retailing at $1099
  13. Hey Funky Steve, do you have a pic of what it looks like from where you stand?
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