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This is the third building block to creative DJing. Instead of letting a CD or record play at normal speed, you stop it with your hand and play a short section (called a sample) backwards and forwards to create a unique sound. This also helps with the mechanics of using your equipment when DJing. People are taught to be scared of touching their records, or don’t have the gentle touch needed to work with vinyl or a CD controller properly. Scratching soon sorts all that out, leaving no room for excuses.
DJing isn’t a bargain basement pursuit; set aside as much as you can and avoid going for the cheapest deal out there. Remember the saying ‘Buy cheap – buy twice’ when it comes to this kind of thing because if you get really cheap, unsuitable equipment now, you’ll need to buy better equipment in a few months’ time when you get better at DJing. Save yourself money by only shopping once for your DJ setup. indd 30 6/30/10 10:37 PM Chapter 3: Shopping for Equipment 31 If you do have a very small budget to work with, the best way to make it work for you is to split it into two chunks: one large chunk for your turntables or CD decks (if they’re the format route you’re taking) and a smaller chunk for your mixer.
Out of those three things, a sense of rhythm can be the best secret weapon you bring when first finding out how to DJ. I’ve played the drums since I was ten, which gave me a very strong sense of rhythm and a sixth sense for beat and song structure. Don’t worry if you don’t know your beats from your bars, or your bass drums from your snare drums; I explain all in Chapters 14 and 15. You need to dedicate some considerable time to developing a feel for the music and training your brain to get into the groove, but with time and concentration, you won’t get left behind.