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How To: Set cue points on the Pioneer CDJ1000

Interested in jockeying discs? Compact discs? If so, you'll want a CDJ, which will permit you to do with your CDs what your turntable permits you to do with your records. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to set cue points using the Pioneer CDJ1000. For more, and to get started setting cue points on your own Pioneer CDJ1000, take a look!

How To: Use the Pioneer CDJ400 versus the CDJ800 mixer

Want to mix and scratch like a professional DJ? To be a good DJ you need to understand the concepts of mixing tracks, adding cool effects, and of course you need a good sense of rhythm to line up the beats. This how to video explains the difference between the Pioneer CDJ400 and the CDJ800 mixers. Is there a difference? This video shows you the two CDJ's side by side to try to see if there is any difference between the two regarding the use of the platter for scratching. Watch this DJ tutoria...

How To: Create a buzzy sound effect on the pioneer CDJ-800

Interested in jockeying discs? Compact discs? If so, you'll want a CDJ, which will permit you to do with your CDs what your turntable permits you to do with your records. In this DJ tutorial, you'll learn how to create a buzzy sound effect with the Pioneer CDJ-800. For more, and to get started creating your own sound effects on your own Pioneer CDJ-800, take a look!

How To: Pimp up your Pioneer CDJ-400 mixer

Want to mix and scratch like a professional DJ? To be a good DJ you need to understand the concepts of mixing tracks, adding cool effects, and of course you need a good sense of rhythm to line up the beats. This how to video explains how to pimp up your Pioneer CDJ-400 mixer. Just follow the simple step by step instructions: remove the two small screws and take off the see through piece of plastic, place a picture down on top of the platter and replace the cover, and re-screw the two screws. ...

How To: Use the visual effects on the SVM-1000 Pioneer mixer

Want to mix and scratch like a professional DJ? To be a good DJ you need to understand the concepts of mixing tracks, adding cool effects, and of course you need a good sense of rhythm to line up the beats. This how to video explains how to use the visual FX on the SVM-1000 Pioneer mixer. This video goes through each effect and how to change each effect. Watch this DJ tutorial and you can learn how to use the visual effects like ripple, zoom, blur, distortion, and the block effect on the Pion...

How To: Use the audio FX on the SVM-1000 Pioneer mixer

Want to mix and scratch like a professional DJ? To be a good DJ you need to understand the concepts of mixing tracks, adding cool effects, and of course you need a good sense of rhythm to line up the beats. This how to video explains how you can use the audio FX on the SVM-1000 Pioneer mixer. You can use these with a conventional CDJ or vinyl T-table and with the DVJ-1000 player. Remember all effects are good, but not if you use them all the time! Watch this DJ tutorial and you can learn how ...

How To: Scratch on the Pioneer CDJ turntable

To scratch on a pioneer CDJ turntable, first select the sound you are going to use. Observe the position of the black line on the turntable in relation to the sound you've selected. Understand how much room you have to manipulate the sound and position your fingers accordingly. The platter will move in accordance to the black line and your finger. You can also lift your hand off the platter in the play and pause mode to let the sound move itself by its own accord and at its own speed. Move yo...

How To: Talk to your child about sex

The producers of this film should be applauded for their sensible approach in teaching parents how to talk to kids about sex. The awkward reading of cue cards and embarrassing situations will produce nervous giggles among even the most jaded audiences. This film was produced by some of the pioneers of sex education whose ideas are still being challenged by school boards today.

How To: Use a square lashing

Square lashing is a knot-making technique that has been made famous by the Boy Scouts of America's massive pioneering projects, and is really integral to any structure made out of poles like the one you see in the thumbnail. This video will teach you how to use square lashing to bind two poles together perpendicular to one another. You will need to know how to tie a clove hitch to make this work.

How To: Make cable knits

Cable knits are sometimes considered too complex for hobbyist knitters to attempt, but this video tutorial from the folks at Make Magazine will introduce you to this classic technique. Pioneered in Ireland by the wives of fishermen, the look of cable knits actually reflects fishermen's ropes and other aspects of their lives. While cable knits look complex, in this video you will see that they really don't have to be that much more complicated to create then the patterns you're used to working...

How To: Use the loop function on a CDJ turntable

Interested in jockeying discs? Compact discs? If so, you'll want a CDJ, which will permit you to do with your CDs what your turntable permits you to do with your records. In this DJ tutorial, you'll learn how to use the loop function on a Pioneer CDJ turntable. For more, and to get started creating loops on your own Pioneer CDJ-800, take a look!

How To: Get Frontierville bonuses visiting neighbors (6/19/10)

Popups citing every little detail of your friends' online lives get pretty bothersome, but you can actually learn how to make them beneficial - and profitable - for yourself by watching this video on hacking Frontierville (06/19/10). You'll learn how to use the popups (the publish screen) to stop the bonuses from fading while you're visiting neighbors for maximum coins.

How To: Upgrade the Pioneer MEP-7000 Firmware 2.02

Go to DJTUTOR computer where you can download the latest firmware for free. Once downloaded you need to either burn it to a CD-R or use a USB key. Unzip the file and download it to a fat formatted USB key with nothing else on it. The firmware upgrade consists of two files. Eject any disks from the MEP and remove any USBs and make sure the unit is turned off. Next insert your USB key and push and hold USB 1 and USB 2 and turn on your unit. The MEP will then tell you when the firmware is comple...

How To: Measure cooking ingredients

Learn how to measure cooking ingredients. Some home cooks approach cooking as an art form, a splash of this, a dash of that, and soon each culinary creation is deliciously unique. Bakers are more likely to appreciate the scientific side of cooking, relying on the careful measuring of ingredients to ensure consistent results every time they prepare a recipe. To measure cooking ingredients, you'll need a glass measuring cup for liquids, and a dry measure for powders.

How To: Set the pattern on the jog wheel of a CDJ-400 mixer

Want to mix and scratch like a professional DJ? To be a good DJ you need to understand the concepts of mixing tracks, adding cool effects, and of course you need a good sense of rhythm to line up the beats. This how to video explains how to set the pattern on the jog wheel of the Pioneer CDJ-400 mixer. Nothing in this tutorial is provided as legal advice. It is provided for informational purposes only. Watch this DJ tutorial so you can learn how to set the pattern on the jog wheel of a CDJ-40...

How To: Get 3 music sources out of the DJM-400 mixer

Want to mix and scratch like a professional DJ? To be a good DJ you need to understand the concepts of mixing tracks, adding cool effects, and of course you need a good sense of rhythm to line up the beats. This how to video explains how you can get three separate audio signals from a two channel mixer, focusing on the Pioneer DJM-400 mixer. Watch this DJ tutorial and you can learn how to get three music sources out of the DJM-400 mixer.

How To: Make a creamy chocolate oatmeal non-dairy milkshake

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a creamy chocolate oatmeal non-dairy milkshake. This shake has low fat, low calories and contains cholesterol. The ingredients are inexpensive. The ingredients required for this shake are: oatmeal, cocoa, banana and soy milk. Add all the ingredients into a blender and add 5-6 ice cubes. Then turn on the blender and blend it until the mixture is creamy and smooth. Users are also able to add in their own ingredients or substitute some of the ing...

How To: Make a king ranch chicken casserole

There are so many things that can be made by using chicken as the main ingredient. Things from chicken soup to fried chicken, it is a main dish that can be prepared with anything or left on its own. In this tutorial, you'll be focusing on combining the chicken with several other ingredients to make a king ranch chicken casserole. Enjoy!

How To: Make Japanese maki

This is a healthy and easy recipe. Ingredients include seaweed, wabasi, cucumber, avocado, precooked rice and salmon. The ingredients should be purchased at a Japanese specialty store.

How To: Make a Midori based "Green Iguana" cocktail

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a Midori based "Green Iguana" cocktail. The video lists all the required ingredients to make a "Green Iguana" cocktail. The ingredients include: an ounce of Midori, half an ounce of tequila and 2 ounces of homemade sweet sour mix. To make the "Green Iguana" cocktail, follow these steps: mix all three ingredients in a cup, mix ingredients by shaking and add ice. This video will benefit those adult viewers who enjoy alcoholic beverages and are w...

How To: Make your own soap like the pioneers

This is a clever video that teaches you how to make a craft that is both fun to make, and also a useful item to have around the house- soap! This is from Living a Simple Life Blog and details how to make soap, just like the pioneers. To do this, you will need some equipment, a scale, scent, colorant, lard, lye, coconut oil, plastic containers to hold ingredients while you weigh them, a stainless steel pot, safety glasses, rubber gloves, a miter box, scraper, curing racks, a funnel and a plast...

How To: Make homemade ricotta gnocchi pasta with only three ingredients

Wow. You won't believe how easy this meal is to prepare. No more sweating over a hot kitchen stove. No more waiting. This is heaven. Ricotta gnocchi. Only three ingredients. Amazing. Join Robin Benzle on her Chow Time cooking show to learn how to make this easy, homemade ricotta cheese gnocchi pasta, which is browned in butter and topped with your favorite sauce. There's only three measly ingredients for this recipe!

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