A few points about the gradual increase and decrease of sound that every DJ should be aware of in order to do his job, by DJ ALEX AliDAD, a famous Iranian DJ
In fact, most songs no longer have a gradual decrease or increase in volume, which used to be the rule. The last thing I remember about the gradual decrease or increase in volume in recent pop songs was the 2013 song by Rubin Tex, who performed “Blurred Lines”, you may remember other things as well. Still gradually decreasing or increasing as one of the DJ tools is one of the best ways to move from one song to another. This is your “release from prison” card. If you know how to turn down the volume of your song and move on to the next song, it means that you will never have trouble playing the next song and this assurance that it gives you is very valuable.
Gradually lowering the volume of one song manually tells the audience that the current song is over, so expect another song as soon as possible, which usually removes a large volume from the previous song, so that at the moment the next song starts, that song Is that it overshadows everyone. When the sound is reduced slowly and confidently, the control of the next song is in your hands and it tells everyone that you are in control. If you plan your songs well, you will find a perfectly acceptable way to move towards different types of DJs.
Decide where in your song the volume should gradually increase or decrease
Sometimes you do this because you played the wrong song and you want to apologize (hey, it happens), but it ‘s usually because you feel like there is not enough song that is not over yet. And this is especially common when you are playing older music that everyone knows. The best way to gradually increase or decrease the sound (feed) is when a choir is performing, or even better, when the choir has a solo (a common way for composers to end their songs. Gradually reduce to finish). Everything will be better if the band, which also has a solo performance, makes a fundamental change in their performance (for example, getting out of the mood of “outdated” classical songs).