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Lets start with the obvious: you will do better with a teacher than without a teacher. This is for many reasons but two of the main ones are that it will bring structure to your learning and development and you will get regular feedback on how you are progressing. If you cannot get a teacher then you are going to have to be very disciplined. If you were ...


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This is too long for a comment, so I'll submit it here as an answer. Without hearing how you are actually using these chords, (the rhythm, if you've written a melody then what that sounds like etc.) it's impossible to give an answer to this question. If I heard the context and how you are actually playing the chords, I might suggest some specific changes ...


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@YourUncleBob is of course correct. Will accept the answer if posted. Realized though that the reason I felt like my colleagues' settings were "backwards" was something totally unrelated, and kind of interesting and a good lesson for beginner DJs. tl;dr - Yet another reason not to rely on visual cues! It turns out I didn't have a different setting than my ...


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First of all, I recommend not thinking about your age or the "elasticity" of learning now. I got interested in music when I was 14, and in the country where I lived at the time I would not be accepted into anything but percussion, because I was considered too old (and even that came with noticeable displeasure from my teacher). I had played percussion (...


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As you say, you don't really need something like the jamhub, which provides multiple headphone outs. You're correct that all you really need is a small analogue mixer - like the one you linked to, but there are many, many models available. If your guitar amp really only has a speaker out, you won't want to plug that directly into the mixer, as it will be ...


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