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mixing with 7 % technique

polly
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Posted : Aug 11, 2009 22:44
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On 2009-07-08 01:10, psydraulix wrote:
.7 is the percentage change in bpm's
If you want the exact number and know the BPM, you can divide the # of beats per minute you want to change your incoming track by by the BPM of the incoming track. So if you're playing a song at 130 BPM and you want to mix a track at 145 in, the difference is -15 beats per minutes, so -15/145 will give you the precise percentage change you need to make the 145bpm track run at 130bpm.
the plus/minus ratio is easy, if the track currently playing is 130, well you'll obviously have to slow the 145 track down to make it match, so it's minus 15.

There, I just killed the magic.




what the f*** are you talking about?
145to130= -15/(145/100)=10.34
130to145= 15/(130/100)=11,54
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dirtyphreak
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Posted : Aug 26, 2009 19:10
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On 2009-04-19 17:39, x-rayz wrote:
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On 2009-04-19 15:40, polly wrote:
now tell me how you do it better without 0,7 rule?


1. u listen
2. u adjust the pitch
3. repeat few times

10-15 seconds and its done, u dont need no mr. james 007 or whatever, u just listen and slow it down or speed it up, its that simple..




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rich
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Posted : Aug 28, 2009 02:26
So would it be easier to train your hearing with the displayed numbers or without?

polly
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Posted : Aug 28, 2009 09:05
IMO first its good to use counters to practise hearing but after u can hear it do yourself a favour and block all counters.

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elastic_plastic
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Posted : Aug 28, 2009 13:15
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On 2009-08-26 19:10, dirtyphreak wrote:
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On 2009-04-19 17:39, x-rayz wrote:
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On 2009-04-19 15:40, polly wrote:
now tell me how you do it better without 0,7 rule?


1. u listen
2. u adjust the pitch
3. repeat few times

10-15 seconds and its done, u dont need no mr. james 007 or whatever, u just listen and slow it down or speed it up, its that simple..




hahaha great response bro I agree with you



u forgot to mention!!!

4)use the jog dial
elastic_plastic
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Posted : Aug 28, 2009 13:17
donot follow the counters man.... follow ur ears!!! trust me jus a lil practice and its not all tht difficult!!!
somarobotics
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Posted : Aug 29, 2009 02:22
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On 2009-07-01 02:10, full_on wrote:
Beatmatching is the easy part. Choose tracks that will fit well and making the transitions in a smoother way or any other appropriated way is the real challenge.

Of course, making a fast and perfect beatmatch will leave you much more time to concentrate in EQing and making the transition itself.
Respect!




I agree completely... beatmatching is a skill anyone can learn if seriously practices for a pair of weeks or just figures out the mathematics of BPMs etc...

The real art behind djing is creating that perfect journey to make people trip and stay in the dancefloor! I believe it does have more to do with the selection of tracks and combinations you make, being creative and also keeping the right energy for the moment.

Something from an interview with Richie Hawtin aka Plastikman

“People say that beatmatching is the art of DJing, but I’m sorry, beatmatching isn’t really creative, it’s just a skill”

“Sure, you can be pretty creative just by beatmatching and cutting up records, but I prefer to spend my time in the DJ booth thinking about the construction of an interesting musical journey and less about timing two records together.” - Richie Hawtin

http://www.beatportal.com/feed/item/richie-hawtins-dj-setup/


netrox


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Posted : Dec 14, 2009 20:58
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what the f*** are you talking about?
145to130= -15/(145/100)=10.34
130to145= 15/(130/100)=11,54




Little dude. Let me explain to you the very basics of math. You learn this at high school ffs.

The basic of percentage: You are going from 146 to 144. The bpm diffrences is 2 bpms. It means you have to pitch 2 bpms down to reach 144. The cdj's pitch controller is shown in percentage of the actuall track bpm. So to the math... 2/146=0,01369863... You multiply that by 100 becouse % is a hundredth. So rounded out its 0,0137*100 = 1,37%.
1,37% of the track bpm (146) is 2. So when you've moved the pitch untill it shows -1,37% you have pitched 2bpms down and it will be in 144 bpm. Very easy and basic math.

And when you pitch from 144 to 146. It will not be the same. Becouse 1,37 is the percentage of 146 and not 144. 2/144 = 0,0139*100 = 1,39. So to pitch from 144 to 146 you will have to move the pitch untill it showes 1,39%.

For those of you who are to retarded or lazy to learn the very basics of math here is a list that will show you the full pitch % from 125-160bpms. It will show you how mutch you have to move the pitch controll to reach up to 5 bpms up or down from the actuall track bpm.

Link: http://www.2shared.com/file/9989222/bbbf8b7/PitchBPM.html
Pls try it out, its totally bulletproof!
Dennis the menace
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Posted : Dec 14, 2009 21:08
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On 2009-12-14 20:58, netrox wrote:
For those of you who are to retarded or lazy to learn the very basics of math here is a list that will show you the full pitch % from 125-160bpms. It will show you how mutch you have to move the pitch controll to reach up to 5 bpms up or down from the actuall track bpm.

Link: http://www.2shared.com/file/9989222/bbbf8b7/PitchBPM.html
Pls try it out, its totally bulletproof!



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netrox


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Posted : Dec 14, 2009 21:12
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On 2009-12-14 21:08, Dennis the menace wrote:
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On 2009-12-14 20:58, netrox wrote:
For those of you who are to retarded or lazy to learn the very basics of math here is a list that will show you the full pitch % from 125-160bpms. It will show you how mutch you have to move the pitch controll to reach up to 5 bpms up or down from the actuall track bpm.

Link: http://www.2shared.com/file/9989222/bbbf8b7/PitchBPM.html
Pls try it out, its totally bulletproof!



http://lexin2.nada.kth.se/sve-eng.html




lol
polly
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Posted : Dec 14, 2009 22:09
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On 2009-12-14 20:58, netrox wrote:
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what the f*** are you talking about?
145to130= -15/(145/100)=10.34
130to145= 15/(130/100)=11,54




Little dude. Let me explain to you the very basics of math. You learn this at high school ffs.

The basic of percentage: You are going from 146 to 144. The bpm diffrences is 2 bpms. It means you have to pitch 2 bpms down to reach 144. The cdj's pitch controller is shown in percentage of the actuall track bpm. So to the math... 2/146=0,01369863... You multiply that by 100 becouse % is a hundredth. So rounded out its 0,0137*100 = 1,37%.
1,37% of the track bpm (146) is 2. So when you've moved the pitch untill it shows -1,37% you have pitched 2bpms down and it will be in 144 bpm. Very easy and basic math.

And when you pitch from 144 to 146. It will not be the same. Becouse 1,37 is the percentage of 146 and not 144. 2/144 = 0,0139*100 = 1,39. So to pitch from 144 to 146 you will have to move the pitch untill it showes 1,39%.

For those of you who are to retarded or lazy to learn the very basics of math here is a list that will show you the full pitch % from 125-160bpms. It will show you how mutch you have to move the pitch controll to reach up to 5 bpms up or down from the actuall track bpm.

Link: http://www.2shared.com/file/9989222/bbbf8b7/PitchBPM.html
Pls try it out, its totally bulletproof!



and how your math is any better than mine?
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Chemogen
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Posted : Dec 27, 2009 10:49
A good technique I've been using lately is to pitch the next track as high it will go, then slowing it down with the jog wheel and and the pitch shift at the same time till the beats stick. Quick and easy and no need to know which track is going faster or slower.
Djones
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Posted : Dec 28, 2009 20:44
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Link: http://www.2shared.com/file/9989222/bbbf8b7/PitchBPM.html
Pls try it out, its totally bulletproof!



Great find, thanks!
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Posted : Dec 28, 2009 21:56
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On 2009-07-14 07:03, Shiranui wrote:
At the festival this past weekend I was watching someone DJ and he was obviously having trouble beatmatching.

I went up, hoping that the problem was that he didn't know how to use the mixer (DJM-707) or that the monitors were messed up or something.

So I ask "What's the problem?"

"I can't see the BPM counters because it's too bright out!"





And then, a good dj knows the music he is playing at parties, after some time you get to memorise a lot of bpm, or just print the BPM on some paper along your cd wallet (Vynil dj's used to put a sticker with the BPM on each sleeve)           "The dedication to repetition — the search for nirvana in a single held tone or an endlessly cycling rhythm — is one of electronic music's noblest gestures."
soulfood
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Posted : Dec 29, 2009 01:52
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On 2009-12-27 10:49, Chemogen wrote:
A good technique I've been using lately is to pitch the next track as high it will go, then slowing it down with the jog wheel and and the pitch shift at the same time till the beats stick. Quick and easy and no need to know which track is going faster or slower.



That's where I was at with vinyl, except that I didn't pitch it as high as it would go, but estimate then correct from there.
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