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    Scrap off the dust... looking to think about starting again...

    Hello fellow music junkies!

    I used to frequent these forums many many (many) moons ago but sort of fell away from doing anythign roughly like DJing (not that I did much anyway!)

    Anyhoo... just wondering what, in 2019, is the best option for me with regards to my set up of CDJ-500(small) DJM-400 and a TON of CDs... I was looking at serato all those moons ago and thinking about moving all my CDs to a few data banks etc. Never got around to it though.

    Would prefer to not buy new decks etc. (might look for some old CDJ-1000 MKIIIs or 800s given they're probably not TOO expensive these days).

    This is mainly for me messing around at home... maybe the odd party...

    Cheers everyone!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ap9 View Post
    Hello fellow music junkies!

    I used to frequent these forums many many (many) moons ago but sort of fell away from doing anythign roughly like DJing (not that I did much anyway!)

    Anyhoo... just wondering what, in 2019, is the best option for me with regards to my set up of CDJ-500(small) DJM-400 and a TON of CDs... I was looking at serato all those moons ago and thinking about moving all my CDs to a few data banks etc. Never got around to it though.

    Would prefer to not buy new decks etc. (might look for some old CDJ-1000 MKIIIs or 800s given they're probably not TOO expensive these days).

    This is mainly for me messing around at home... maybe the odd party...

    Cheers everyone!!!!
    A good way to get with the times is to pick up some kind of controller, connect it to Rekordbox and start buying some new music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveryan View Post
    A good way to get with the times is to pick up some kind of controller, connect it to Rekordbox and start buying some new music.
    Good suggestion. Since the OP does not seem to have his music in a format that he can play from a computer yet, ripping his CDís might be a good first step... opens up a world of opportunities.😊


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