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  • November 12, 2016 22:05
    David Greene
    Change in reply by David Greene to Have you tried slip cueing? Slip cueing is great for dropping songs in on the 1.<br /> <br /><br />Another trick would to start a "Roll" you can select the length, get matched up prior to the transition and just let play, fine tune with pitch. Prior to transition make sure you're in the right part of the pharse (setting up a cue points for the length of the roll will help) and everything is still lined up. Then make the transition and then turn the roll off.<br /> <br /><br />Hope this helps..
  • November 12, 2016 22:04
    David Greene
    Change in reply by David Greene to Have you tried slip cueing? Slip cueing is great for dropping songs in on the 1. <br /><br /> Another trick would to start a "Roll" you can select the length, get matched up prior to the transition and just let play, fine tune with pitch. Prior to transition make sure you're in the right part of the pharse (setting up a cue points for the length of the roll will help) and everything is still lined up. Then make the transition and turn the roll off. <br /><br /> Hope this helps..

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