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Originally Posted by Whip26

Yeah I found that they can almost stop with a little to much pressure!! i have been riding the pitch pretty well and think i have the tracks beat-matched but then when I stop riding the pitch it tends to wander a fraction. How long should i ride the pitch for??? all the way until I have completely bought in the new track??



I don't know if i can do anything else but pile the weight on with the t.60's. They have no anti-skating or height adjustment and when i set the tone arm to "float" then adjust the weight for the cartridge it skips like anything

ride all the way until the end if you need to! one hand on the pitch, the other on the mixer. this is how a lot of house DJs do it, but i mean if you can get a perfect match really quickly (which you will with a lot more practice) then no problemo!
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