MONKEY TENNIS GROUP

The idea of the group is to create multi-DJ mixes. The first DJ starts off with 15-20 or 30 minutes, leaving the last track to run to the end, and then send your mix (using SC, SendSpace, Dropbox etc) to the next participant and they re-record and mix into your last track with another 15-20 or 30 minutes, after which he/she sends it to another dj of his/her choice and so on creating an unpredictable mix. (This is a basis for MTG mixes as the finished sets can be 2 - 6 Djs or whatever you choose).

The playlist is sent to the next person to copy and paste which is repeated as the set grows. This idea is good for anyone using dj software such as Traktor, Serato, Ableton etc. You can record in wave format to maximize record quality, but MP3 320 will make uploading/downloading your file quicker.

Editing is fine but not too far back in the last person's mix. Also track listing is optional, but please make sure all dj's involved in the set are listed in order. Keep in contact with the other guys/gals in your mix and decide who's going to do the Artwork and what breaks genre it's going to be, either Nu skool, old skool, Psy, funky, 140bpm, D&B or even mixed.

The final mix will be uploaded on one of the participants soundcloud page (after which it is shared with the Monkey Tennis Group soundcloud / hearthis page). It makes things easier if each dj chases up the dj they have chosen after themselves.

MTG mixes stimulate healthy competition, bring out the best in dj's, expose you to other fan bases, help promote you and give you a chance to use genres out of your usual box! Who knows, you could end up creating a mix with a well known dj or producer!!

Go to the official website mtgdj.com
check out our facebook page facebook.com/monkeytennisgroup
Or my Facebook profile (Neil Thompson/BREAKNECK) facebook.com/neil.thompson.35

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The idea of the group is to create multi-DJ mixes. The first DJ starts off with 15-20 or 30 minutes, leaving the last track to run to the end, and then send your mix (using SC, SendSpace, Dropbox etc) to the next participant and they re-record and mix into your last track with another 15-20 or 30 minutes, after which he/she sends it to another dj of his/her choice and so on creating an unpredictable mix. (This is a basis for MTG mixes as the finished sets can be 2 - 6 Djs or whatever you choose).

The playlist is sent to the next person to copy and paste which is repeated as the set grows. This idea is good for anyone using dj software such as Traktor, Serato, Ableton etc. You can record in wave format to maximize record quality, but MP3 320 will make uploading/downloading your file quicker.

Editing is fine but not too far back in the last person's mix. Also track listing is optional, but please make sure all dj's involved in the set are listed in order. Keep in contact with the other guys/gals in your mix and decide who's going to do the Artwork and what breaks genre it's going to be, either Nu skool, old skool, Psy, funky, 140bpm, D&B or even mixed.

The final mix will be uploaded on one of the participants soundcloud page (after which it is shared with the Monkey Tennis Group soundcloud / hearthis page). It makes things easier if each dj chases up the dj they have chosen after themselves.

MTG mixes stimulate healthy competition, bring out the best in dj's, expose you to other fan bases, help promote you and give you a chance to use genres out of your usual box! Who knows, you could end up creating a mix with a well known dj or producer!!

Go to the official website mtgdj.com
check out our facebook page facebook.com/monkeytennisgroup
Or my Facebook profile (Neil Thompson/BREAKNECK) facebook.com/neil.thompson.35

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