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    ***Programming is THE most important role of the DJ

    The religious world has superstar ministers that successfully cultivate a following (Creflo Dollar . . ) House music also has superstar DJ's who's fans follow them religiously (Danny Tenaglia . . .

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    I just want to say to you: go on witcha baaaad self!
    I've watched you work hard for so long and don't think I've ever said it: I admire what you do and how you do what you do.

    It's my hope that 2010 will be a wonderful year for you, professionally and personally.

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    edit...and...cool article!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrazenMuse View Post
    I just want to say to you: go on witcha baaaad self!
    I've watched you work hard for so long and don't think I've ever said it: I admire what you do and how you do what you do.

    It's my hope that 2010 will be a wonderful year for you, professionally and personally.

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    I agree. Good guy too
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    Wasn't Chuck Roberts on "My House" - Rhythm Controll? That Can you feel it came later with the Chuck Roebrts acapella laced over it. Anyway kool read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrazenMuse View Post
    I just want to say to you: go on witcha baaaad self!
    I've watched you work hard for so long and don't think I've ever said it: I admire what you do and how you do what you do.

    It's my hope that 2010 will be a wonderful year for you, professionally and personally.

    Peace & Progress
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    edit...and...cool article!
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Timmy Richardson View Post
    Wasn't Chuck Roberts on "My House" - Rhythm Controll? That Can you feel it came later with the Chuck Roebrts acapella laced over it. Anyway kool read.
    My bad. I stand corrected.

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    too bad a lot of younger dj's dont learn this aspect of dj'n

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    Thumbs up Programming

    I've said "Programming from a DJ is important to one's set!"

    Didn't last 34 years w/o it!

    Great point!

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    Programming is very much important. When Playing, programming is on the mind first, rather than Beat-Matching. To program, one must be ready and willing to take the risk of breaking the momentum of the floor with various tempos Have an awesome day

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    Quote Originally Posted by rissa View Post
    too bad a lot of younger dj's dont learn this aspect of dj'n
    true dat.......i am sure most of them find out the hard way though...
    there's nothing like finding out the hard way.......

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    Programming is very important

    Its funny a lot of djs out here want to break new music and play unreleased jams,but when they play this stuff it doesnt have the impact it should have because they dont understand PROGRAMMING,setting up that song,so it has it time to SHINE,also even jams that have been out or on regular rotation..........and TRUST,when u program ur set and read the crowd u earmark certain jams as your own..........THE PRESENTATION...ITS AN ART

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    I'd rather listen to a dj that can't blend, but can program the hell out of a set.
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    a lot of this has to do with having ten DJs on a bill........you can;t break music in a one hour set....its impossible......takes hours or weeks to break a tune..........

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    It's all bullsh*t, the most important roll of the DJ is to make sure Mo'Fo's get laid that night. F*ck da dumb sh*t!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    It's all bullsh*t, the most important roll of the DJ is to make sure Mo'Fo's get laid that night. F*ck da dumb sh*t!
    that too and to make sure that he gets enough head in the booth.........form the managers wife........

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    Quote Originally Posted by DARYLLMELLOWMAN View Post
    Its funny a lot of djs out here want to break new music and play unreleased jams,but when they play this stuff it doesnt have the impact it should have because they dont understand PROGRAMMING,setting up that song,so it has it time to SHINE,also even jams that have been out or on regular rotation..........and TRUST,when u program ur set and read the crowd u earmark certain jams as your own..........THE PRESENTATION...ITS AN ART
    bang on.

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