Good stuff, great selection dude, but it's far from "perfect".
Some tips, if you don't mind:
- Use your headphone more (or not), to check the volume of each track at different sections separately and together too, cuz you have some huge gaps between your vinyls, and your transitions sound really "poor", if you miss this part out regularly. Don't be afraid, i'm still fuk it up sometimes after 20 years of djing, but not all the time..
Switch off from cue, when the tracks are synchronized and check the master channel to hear this volume gap easier.
- Choose your entry points wisely, cuz it seems you are too late all the time, and with vinyl, you don't have loop to correct it, so you have to learn your tracks more to do this.. it's not a long mix, so you should try out different ways, before you go for a record.
- Use the moment right before the "first" 4/4 not just for entry point, use it for EQ changes aswell, to get a smoother fade, so you could blend your tracks together nicely, and pay attention to mid and high section with the same method, to avoid messy transitions.
Keep up the good work bro!
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