How to setup a play list using VDJ?

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MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Got a gig coming up in the future where I'm looking at 2 hours before the actual event starts. Doors open at 5pm. 6-7 is the buffet hour and 7pm the event starts. I was thinking of setting up a play list for the the time 5-7pm. I use VDJ and needed to find out how to do it since I I never did it before. Please help just in case I decide to do it.
 

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Just roll the toilet paper a few times around your forefingers... excluding the thumb which should be extended to the far right to avoid any contact with the fecal matter.... place paper on the taint and wipe front to back.

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MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Just roll the toilet paper a few times around your forefingers... excluding the thumb which should be extended to the far right to avoid any contact with the fecal matter.... place paper on the taint and wipe front to back.

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What did I tell you about trying to be a comedian. STOP IT IMMEDIATELY!!!!!!!!! What did your wife see in you? It couldn't have been your good looks or sense of humor.
 

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What did I tell you about trying to be a comedian.
The same thing we say to ourselves every time you post about trying to be a professional mobile DJ.

(Tip your waiters! Try the veal!)
 

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Just so I'm contributing something useful to the conversation... this is for Mix. It can be done at home, at your kitchen table.

1) Take out your laptop. Plug it in, if you can find the adapter. Turn it on.
2) Connect your hard drive.
3) Start Virtual DJ.
4) On the right side at the bottom where it says "Automix", click that.
5) Search for the songs you want to include in your playlist and drag them to that little Automix area on the side.
6) There's a little dot in the top right of that little Automix window... click on it and then choose "Save". Save your playlist.
7) To the left of that little dot, there's a square button with a couple of arrows, like a sign on the GSP where the express lane merges back with the local lane. Click it to play your playlist.
8) Walk away.

See also:
 
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MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Just so I'm contributing something useful to the conversation... this is for Mix. It can be done at home, at your kitchen table.

1) Take out your laptop. Plug it in, if you can find the adapter. Turn it on.
2) Connect your hard drive.
3) Start Virtual DJ.
4) On the right side at the bottom where it says "Automix", click that.
5) Search for the songs you want to include in your playlist and drag them to that little Automix area on the side.
6) There's a little dot in the top right of that little Automix window... click on it and then choose "Save". Save your playlist.
7) To the left of that little dot, there's a square button with a couple of arrows, like a sign on the GSP where the express lane merges back with the local lane. Click it to play your playlist.
8) Walk away.

See also:
Thanks.
 

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Subscribe to “echo papa” on YouTube, there is a ton of videos on all the different operations of virtual DJ. But the question you asked is so easy & beginner level, thats why you are getting flack.

VDJ also has a instruction manual you can download as a pdf. But searching the videos is easier
 
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. But the question you asked is so easy & beginner level, that why you are getting flack.
It took me about a minute doing scroll overs with the mouse to find it and figure it out.

Thanks for the Youtube tip I'll have to check that out I normally use Mixmeister but I use VDJ for Video I have learned the basics because that is really all I use but knowing it better would be good