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    double dropping is alot of whats its about.... know you're tune tooo.

    if you go three deck you don't have to play all three at the same time, use the third to mixer quicker.... drop tune 1 and 2 together * make sure there tight, then get the track 3 mixed in on the headphones on the breakdown get ready to drop tracks 2 and 3 and cut out track 1

    always keeps two tracks playing and defo keeps you busy.

    I'm not sure how well i explained that though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skware View Post
    How to mix DnB:

    Play Airhorn sample
    Backspin
    Yell "Lighters up!" (You can alternately yell "Big ups to x crew!")
    Drop next track in
    Pissed myself laughing at that
    It also reminds me of the Major Look podcast I listened to a while back
    http://www.mixcloud.com/itsmajorlook...ook-podcast-1/

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    On a serious note, 2 mixes I thoroughly recommend you listen to and learn from are Danny Byrd Hospital Mix 7 and Cyantific's History of Hospital Mix. Should give you a good idea of how it's done

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    Trei DOA mix is a good'un, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelgianJungle View Post
    On a serious note, 2 mixes I thoroughly recommend you listen to and learn from are Danny Byrd Hospital Mix 7 and Cyantific's History of Hospital Mix. Should give you a good idea of how it's done
    Danny Byrd - Nuff Said

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelgianJungle View Post
    On a serious note, 2 mixes I thoroughly recommend you listen to and learn from are Danny Byrd Hospital Mix 7 and Cyantific's History of Hospital Mix. Should give you a good idea of how it's done

    Listening to Hospital mixes won't get you very far imo. Most are a bit lacking in technical skill.
    Last edited by Doppelganger; 07-05-2012 at 02:51 AM.

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    When I was saying Danny Byrd all cheesy faced. I was thinking more in terms of production but I guess I should have made that clear.

    Edit: Check out some of cutlines mixes too.

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    I'm new to d'n'b so I need to keep trying. If you know any thing else could you please tell me.

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    If your mixing liquid or tracks with big musical intros etc then mixing in key is very important. Not really important for jump up. Selection is paramount not everything goes together so well thought out tracks makes for a better flow in the mix. And then its just loads of practice!!

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