Building a DJ setup requires a heavy-duty X-stand, a road case (also known as a coffin) to use as a base, turn tables and a line mixer. Make sure everything is hooked up correctly when setting up to scratch with information from a professional DJ in this free video on music production.
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Hey this is DJ Hurricane here in South Beach, Florida. In this clip we're going to talk about the DJ set up. There's a basic few elements that you're going to need. A heavy duty X stand, such as this one by ProLine. And a road case or coffin, just pop this right up here. Alright. Now we've got a base and a platform to set up your turn tables and mixer. Now you're ready to set up your turn tables and mixer. Alright, so we set up our base and platform and now we've got our line mixer, and two turn tables. First thing I'm going to do is hook up the grounds. You always want to make sure they're hooked up properly. Alright just make sure that grounds nice and sturdy and that the wires not touching any of the other outputs on the mixer. Now that you've got that, your inputs. Bank number two to the right, bank number one to the left. Always phono in from the turn table. Once again it's been DJ Hurricane.