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Learn to DJ with Traktor: Color Coding Songs | DJ Tips & Tricks | Beginner | Music Production | ENDO

 In Electronic Music, Music Production, Performance

If you’re a DJ and you’re using Traktor, color coding the songs in your collection will be very helpful when you need to find a track quickly. Simply choose the song you want to color code, and pick your own creative color system for each track. You can then search by color and Traktor will organize your tracks. Color coding your songs will help you visually during your set. If, for instance, you organize your songs by energy level, and you want a club banger, you know which pool of songs to choose from, and with color coding, you’re halfway to picking out a well thought out Traktor setlist on the fly.

About Mike Henderson
Mike is known to many as ENDO, a DJ who has no problem holding down a 12-hour set. But he’s also the guy who created the most widely-used Maschine mapping for Traktor Pro. Currently the tour manager for Dubfire, he’s also acted as tour manager for Pete Tong, Deep Dish, Sasha, Felix Da Housecat, and many other top DJs. He’s a certified Native Specialist for Native Instruments, the founder of the DJ booking app AGNT, and MIDI Monsters, where he sells his custom Traktor mappings. ENDO has unleashed his patented brand of harmonic mixing at events across the globe: Pacha, Marquee, and Cielo in New York, Sound in Los Angeles, Guvernment and Coda in Toronto, Stereo in Montreal, Spybar in Chicago, Heart in Miami, Sands in Ibiza, Club Vertigo in Costa Rica, as well as BPM Festival in Mexico and Electric Festival in Aruba. He has played alongside John Digweed, DJ Craze, Roc Raida, Victor Calderone, Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, Chus & Ceballos, Eric Prydz, to name just a few.

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