How-To Guide from Harmonic-Mixing.com. The Basics Harmonic mixing consists of two elements: knowing the key of every song that you play and knowing which keys are compatible.
To get started, find the keys of your songs. You can detect keys with a piano, a good ear, and a background in music theory. To save time, you can use professional DJ software such as Mixed In Key. Mixed In Key scans your MP3 and WAV files, and shows you the key of every song. The First Mix To help DJs learn harmonic mixing, Mark Davis created the Camelot wheel, a visual representation of which keys are compatible with each other: On the Camelot wheel, each key is assigned a keycode number from one to twelve, like hours around a clock. For the first mix, we recommend mixing two songs that have the same keycode, like 8A and 8A. The Professional DJ Approach Many professional DJs move around the Camelot wheel with every mix. To select a compatible song, choose a keycode within one "hour" of your current keycode.
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