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A disc jockey, also known as a DJ, is someone who entertains an audience by playing recorded music. Radio DJs, party DJs (who work at a nightclub or music festival), mobile DJs (who are employed to work at public and private events such as weddings, parties, or festivals), and turntablists (who use record players, usually turntables, to manipulate sounds on phonograph records) are the most popular forms of DJs.
Originally, the "disc" in "disc jockey" applied to shellac and later vinyl records, but nowadays, DJ refers to people who use a CDJ, controller, or even a laptop to mix music from other recording media such as cassettes, CDs, or digital audio files. DJs may adopt the title "DJ" in front of their real names, adopted pseudonyms, or stage names. DJs use audio equipment that can simultaneously play at least two sources of recorded music and blend them together to create smooth transitions between recordings and create special song mixes. This frequently involves aligning the beats of the music sources so that their rhythms and tempos do not clash when played together and a seamless transition from one song to the next is possible. To blend or switch from one song to another, DJs often use specialized DJ mixers, small audio mixers with crossfader and cue functions. Mixers are also used to change upcoming tracks to mix with currently playing music and pre-listen to sources of captured music in headphones.
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