So let's get started: understand your DJ environment, filter your library, analyze your tracks thoroughly, add surprises to your DJ mix, create hot signals, loop signals and markers, practice your mixes, experiment with sounds, and take your audience on a journey. A good DJ set is like a story with ups and downs and twists and turns. Here are some tips to help you create and achieve an attractive set. So now you know the basics of being a DJ and you're thinking about recording a set.
You want to do this to promote yourself and get gigs, or you're about to play your first concert. There are no absolute hits or misses in DJ sets. They'll be different depending on the genre or type of event you're playing at. A good DJ set is like a story.
It has ups and downs and twists and turns, all while taking the listener on a journey. Here I want to make a small detour and tell you how DJs usually do it. Most DJs pre-select the required number of tracks and organize them in the order in which they plan to play them. Of course, these pre-planned sets may sound great at home, but they can be completely inappropriate on the dance floor.
Once you've chosen your playlist, it's useful to find out the tonality and tempo of each of the songs you've chosen. This makes it much easier to organize fluid mixes, since you can easily see what BPM and what tonalities match in the playlist. In the end, you'll have to buy your own music, because you can't create mixes with songs in streaming. If you're new, you might want to consider checking out some tips on how to start your DJ business before going deeper and creating ideas for DJ playlists.
From understanding the keys to combining BPM and finding the best new music, most DJs need to spend years perfecting their mixing skills through trial and error before creating incredible DJ sets.