From Hanoi to New York, Vietnamese model, DJ, and music producer Angie Vu Ha is a busy bee. But that didn't stop her from sharing her DJ'ing secrets with Team Stuff.
Angie, what music do you mix?
I listen to everything and have love for all of the sounds that I play, but more so for house music. I mix with CDs and MP3s but really love old-school vinyl the most.
What do you play on?
Traktor or Serato?
Are you a sync button basher?
I'm flexible. The button is there to use. Sometimes if I'm mixing fast or mixing more than two tracks, the sync button comes in handy. But trust me, beat matching is the most simple task of being a DJ. I think anyone can learn to do it.
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How about production software?
There’s so many great DAWs available. Cubase, Ableton, and Fruity Loops are my preferred programmes. I want to dig deep in to production, take it to the next level by producing hit tracks.
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What's your favourite gig so far?
The countdown on New Year's Eve 2013 in front of more than 150,000 people in my home city of Hanoi, Vietnam, with millions more watching it live on television. I've only played in Vietnam a couple of times so that was very special for me - I was honoured and felt so much love and energy from the crowd.