David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren… All of them are the most popular DJs in the world. However, what would you say if we offer you to join the ranks of these stars?
Still think that it’s impossible? We will prove you wrong!
Most professionals are made, they are not born. That’s why everything is possible if you have a strong desire to become a popular music star. However, the only desire isn’t enough. If you really want to join the celebrity circles, you have to develop and improve your DJ skills on a daily basis.
It is possible to say that you don’t have special equipment for DJing and don’t want to spend much money on it. However, you don’t need to buy it, as in the 21st century you can buy cheap DJing apps with one click.
Just look at this list of DJing apps:
- Cross Dj;
- Serato Pyro and so on.
All these apps were created for both amateurs and professionals. Taking this fact into account, you shouldn’t meet difficulties while using them.
They have really easy algorithms of work which is consisted of 3 simple steps:
- Download the app;
- Add songs from Amazon Music, YouTube, Tidal, or SoundCloud playlists;
- Make a mix.
The only problem which may occur while using such apps is an inability to transmit songs from Spotify. You may think that it’s a joke. However, it’s the real truth. On the 1st of July 2020, Spotify stopped supporting all third-party DJ apps.
We also thought that it was a joke and decided to check the veracity of the information. We have asked Google: “Does Spotify still work with DJay?”
Unfortunately, we have received a negative response.
However, don’t be upset if all your playlists were created on the Spotify platform. You can use a special service named MusConv to transport all songs from one music streaming service to another. Never let the hardship of the journey overshadow the glory of the destination!