In order to become a better psytrance DJ, you need to know what you’re doing. That’s where this blog comes in. I’m going to explain everything you need to know about becoming a better psytrance DJ, so that you can get there yourself and start playing all the amazing music.
The only way you can become a better psytrance DJ is if you practice, practice, practice. There is no other way around it. You have to try new things out on your own and see how they work for you. If something doesn’t work for you, then don’t worry about it too much because there are plenty of other things that will work for you as well.
The first thing that I recommend doing is making sure that your setup is set up properly before starting anything else. This means having all of your equipment in place and ready to go when you start playing music. The last thing you want is something breaking down halfway through your set or worse yet during it!
I suggest having at least two speakers set up with one being used for each channel of the mixers inputs (i.e., left channel on L & R). Another option would be having three speakers set up; one speaker per channel plus another speaker dedicated just for
We live in an era of unprecedented technological development, and with that comes a lot of change. For the most part, I think this is a good thing. Progress is progress and change is inevitable, especially when it comes to music.
With the rise of technology, musicians have begun to embrace new ways of creating music. One such musical style that has emerged from this is psytrance.
But what exactly is psytrance? Well, it’s a form of electronic music that was invented in Goa, India in the late 80s. It’s been around for over 30 years now and still hasn’t lost it’s popularity yet!
If you’re a fan of electronic music then you’ve probably heard of psytrance before; but if not then don’t worry! Psytrance has gained popularity over the last few years due to DJs like Skrillex, Bassnectar and Zomboy who have all played psytrance at some point during their careers (and continue to do so).
You may be wondering why I’m writing about how to become a better psytrance DJ when there are already so many articles out there telling us how important it is? Well let’s face facts – being able to make your own music isn’t just something
How To Become A Better Psytrance DJ
When I was in high school, I had a friend who went to every rave. He spent every weekend raving and then coming home to write music. He was actually pretty good and had a few tracks released by a label. But he still wasn’t happy with his music. It sounded just like everyone else’s music. He didn’t know what he was doing wrong or why his tracks weren’t standing out. People loved the tracks but they weren’t really his own creations unique to him.
I have another friend who is a professional studio producer. He’s worked with some of the best artists in the industry and is an absolute master of sound design, song writing, and mixing. He can look at any track and tell you exactly why it sounds the way it does and what you can do to make it better. But that’s because he’s spent years studying his craft, practicing, and making mistakes. There is no way around it; if you want to be great at something you have to invest time in learning how to do it well and then practice until your fingers bleed (metaphorically speaking).
I’m not saying this is easy or quick, but there are a few things you can do right now that
Since the rise of psychedelic trance music in the early 2000s, more and more DJs are entering the scene. Some of us are passionate about psytrance and psyculture, wanting to make it a part of our lives, while others are just looking for a quick way to make money. But no matter what our motivations for starting out as a DJ, we all share one common goal: to become better at what we do.
So how can we become better DJs? How can we grow our skills and improve our performance? This article is going to give you some tips on how to become a better psytrance DJ.
Get a mentor: Find someone who is already doing well as a DJ and ask them if they would be willing to mentor you. This could be someone from your local scene or even someone from an online forum. Don’t just pick anyone though; find someone who has been doing this for awhile and has good reviews from other DJs.
Practice: Practice makes perfect! Make sure that you’re practicing every day so that you’re always improving your skills. You don’t have to spend all day every day practicing but try not overwork yourself either; aim for around 30 minutes of practice time each day or 60 minutes if possible.
In this article I want to share some of my experiences as a DJ and discuss how you can become a better psytrance DJ.
Becoming a better DJ is an ongoing process. You will never stop improving, but you also need to be aware that there are times when you should be more mindful of your style and sound.
For example, when you first start out you may find it difficult to make the transition from playing techno to psytrance.
When people hear the word “psytrance” they think of that weird hippie trance music which has been around for decades, but actually it’s not like that at all – it’s just a different type of electronic music.
Nowadays there are many styles of psytrance, ranging from deep progressive house, to full-on psychedelic trance and everything in between!
I am writing this blog so I can share some of my experiences with Psytrance DJs and give you an idea of what you are getting into as a DJ.
Psytrance is a type of music that has been in production for over 20 years. It was created by two students from the University of California, who were looking for something new to play. They wanted something that was easy to listen to and would be fun to listen to while they were doing things like studying or playing games.
The first official release of the genre was in 1996 and the genre is still growing today. The name “psytrance” comes from the word “psychedelic,” which means “of or relating to hallucinogens.” These are drugs that cause people to have hallucinations, like LSD or mescaline.
The first Psytrance DJs were using synthesizers, but today there are many different styles of psytrance music. You can find anything from dark techno, to dark ambient, to trancecore and even house music. Some people even refer to psytrance as “electro-funk.”
Psytrance DJs have been known to use a wide variety of electronic equipment, including laptops, computers and tablets, as well as analog instruments like guitars
Hey guys, I’m a new DJ here. I want to share with you my experience. After I bought a new Pioneer S-DJ60X pair of speakers, I started listening to psytrance and also got interested in DJing. The first thing that came to my mind was “how can I become as good as the professionals?”. So, after some time reading and practicing, I found out that there are some things that you have to do if you want to be a good DJ:
1. You have to practice a lot. The best way is to buy a lot of music and just listen to it and memorize all the songs. There are also different music genres that you can work with.
2. You should create your own playlist so that you can play whatever you want in the clubs or parties whenever they ask you to play something (I usually use Spotify).
3. If possible, try playing in front of people at least once before performing live in front of thousands of people (this will help your confidence).
4. Learn how to mix songs together seamlessly without any gaps or pauses between them (this takes time but it’s worth it).
5. Last but not least – don’t lose your passion for this amazing art form called