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Hello, in this video, I'm going to be giving you a general idea, of what's going to be
going over in this series, so the most important thing I want to convey to you, in this whole
series, is that I treat the turntables, like a specific instrument, and any instrument
at all, whether you learn the piano, or the drums, or the saxophone, or the oboe, or any
instrument, it requires a lot of practice, so the results that I have on this, are because
of lots of hours of practice, so you're going to need to start thinking like a musician.
Start thinking of what kind of music you want to come out of this, and we're going to be
going over all the different concepts, such as how you treat a sample on the record, how
you work with the crossfader, how you work with the channel faders, and anything else
you're going to need to remember, but most importantly, anything you learn in this video,
is going to require lots and lots of work, after the fact, to get these results, because
you don't really learn the piano, through a couple of small videos on the internet.
You learn concepts from the video, and then you take them back, and you practice them
a real lot.