Develop your DJ skills
Find out how to set up the controller and software, play tracks,
and express yourself by putting your own spin on the music.
Become a master of the DDJ-200 and WeDJ with this tutorial series.
Set everything up and start playing tracks.
Unboxing the DDJ-200
Take a look at what comes in the box with your DDJ-200.
Find out how to install WeDJ and connect to your DDJ-200.
Get to know the layout, controls and functions of the DDJ-200.
Familiarize yourself with the layout, features and controls of the WeDJ app.
Select and Load Tracks
Get to grips with selecting and loading tracks, and explore the Track Suggestion feature which recommends a suitable song to play next.
Create the perfect mix by monitoring tracks on your DDJ-200 via your headphones.
WeDJ Settings Menu
Explore the settings in the WeDJ app.
Using Pad Modes
Get creative and put your own spin on each track using the DDJ-200’s Pad Modes.
Get to grips with the basics of DJing.
Using Streaming Services
Connect to platforms such as Beatport Link and SoundCloud Go+ to choose from millions of tracks available online, then drop them into your mix.
Using CFX and Transition FX
Easily perform professional-sounding mixes in various styles with the help of Transition FX and add texture to your sound with CFX.
Activate the Automix feature in WeDJ and the software will seamlessly mix in the next track automatically before the end of the one you’re playing.
Record and Share Your Mix
Capture your performance and upload it to SoundCloud, Mixcloud, and other platforms, then share it with friends – and the world.
Sync the BPM of your next track with the one that’s playing and mix smoothly from one to the other.
Set markers at key points in your tracks to make your mixes more precise, creative, and impactful.
Create your signature sound and express your creativity.
Using Phrase Sync
Easily perform professional-sounding mixes with the help of the handy Phrase Sync feature.
How to Perform a Drop Mix
Instantly transition from one track to the next when you want to keep the energy up or switch to a different genre of music.
How to Perform a Long Mix
Use the channel faders and EQs to blend two tracks together and smoothly mix from one to the other.
Learn 3 essential scratch techniques to take your skills further.
The Baby Scratch
Use the jog wheel to perform the Baby scratch – the technique at the heart of all scratching skills.
The Tear Scratch
Add variety and texture to your Baby scratch to create a more interesting sound.
The Transformer Scratch
Build on the Baby scratch and bring in the crossfader to cut up the sound and create a stuttered effect.
Stream. Create. Experience.