Label: Not On Label (DJ Ed White) - none • Format: CDr Mixed • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Deep House, House
I need some advice on how to mix deep house. What are some staples of mixing deep house tracks? When I listen to deep house tracks on beatport, I like some of them but playing it for the entire evening seems boring. As I know its more a warm up music. Here in my country its extremely popular and some clubs and bars are playing deep house for the whole night. And sometimes DJs Get Back - DJ Ed White - Special Technics (Deep House) to keep people on the dancefloor until the end of their gigs.
Shall I speed it up a little? Just sayin…. That way, you keep it fresh for the crowd and more entertaining for you to play. I would never do that.
And usually when I try playing I vary the genres. And I always start with deep house. But the thing is when I listen to separate deep house tracks in beatport charts, it gets boring after mnutes, when I try playing it just fx here and there and Get Back - DJ Ed White - Special Technics (Deep House) it gets boring, but when I hear the music in the club I kinda like it and think that DJ is the one making deep house sound more interesting.
I want to learn some tricks. I get what you are saying. Subtle layering and gentler transitions and raise the energy levels over a longer time period. What you mean by subtle layering. And how can the energy levels be raised while playing deep house? I know DJs manage to raise it, but I have no clue how. The genre itself and the tracks are usually so relaxed.
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