I care more about what's coming out of the speakers than how it gets there. Track selection & the ability to read a crowd & build a set properly are more important than the ability to beatmatch anyway. A shitty generic set that's mixed perfectly is still shitty & generic.|
Of course, the ease with which you can beatmatch now has led to a lot of extremely weak DJs getting weekend jobs based on who they know, pumping out the latest Aviici track 7 times a night to a group of fist pumping 18 year olds, but there are still some great DJs out there.
#9343199, By MrE26 is the dj dead?
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