I want to buy dj equipment

But I think I’m too old to become a dj. And don’t have cash atm. Only could buy next year, but I have iPad I can try mixing on iPad for sure

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My dad became a DJ at 35. He loved it. Why don’t you try it out with what you have now, and then you’ll know if you should save up to buy some better gear next year.

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Did he started at 35? Was he working full time?For sure I will be playing music on iPad or pc apps. I want to play on vinyl.

now i need to find good djing APPS @lekkerhondje you are DJ maybe you know some

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I have also started Djing at home. I bought Serato software and it a lot of fun. I am still learning how the software works and how to mix.

Good luck on your musical journey :+1:t4:

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is it free ???####@@@221

oh yeah serato lite is free, thanks man i am downloading

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Not full time. It was just a hobby for a while, then he started doing gigs on the weekends. He took me along and taught me the equipment, and we became a team. He would do all the parts that involved talking to people, and I would maintain the equipment and do real time adjustments.

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so you are DJ too @NinjaComet ?

no serato lite dont have eq

I had a mobile DJ biz up until COVID. I would still be running it if not for the fact I can’t take many more rounds of the rona - it seems to do more damage each time. My daughter is trying to decide if she wants to keep it and have the biz or sell it.

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Not anymore. He died when he was 40. After that, I tried to keep doing it, but it was just depressing.

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Why would you need a software EQ? Practically any board you’ll be running through has one or you can put a hardware one in the audio chain for cheap.

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