I Have Come Here To Kick Ass And Chew Bubblegum, And I Am All Out Of Bubblegum!
I learned how to beatmatch on vinyl but I honestly don't enjoy vinyl that much. If I never knew what a CDJ was I would continue DJing yes, if CDJs were suddenly zapped away from the planet and I had to continue with vinyl I would be annoyed but would continue DJing.
2x CDJ 2000, 1x CDJ 1000 MK2, 2x Technics 1200 M3D/Shure M44-7, Denon DN-X1500, 5" KRK Rokit G2, Polk PSW10, Sennheiser HD 25 II straight cable, 64 gig Crucial C300.
https://soundcloud.com/connormgs/one-try Breakbeat and freeform hardcore.
I learned on vinyl and I'm going to finish on vinyl
contra x2 vinyl from start to finish
If I have the current love for house music, I'll still be doing it. However, it took me a while to get into house so I'm not sure I'd have gained the same interest if not for the ease of use with a laptop. However, if everyone were magically forced to use vinyl tomorrow I'd love it. Itd weed out a ton of casuals and make room for talented DJs. It's be awesome. Only downside is that it'd cost a shit ton to press my Originals, edits and mashups to vinyl
Of course. It's not about the medium, it's about the music.
- Nick Cecchi - soundcloud.com/npc