Cookie Policy


What is a cookie?

Cookies aren’t just the sweet little delights that make you fat – website cookies are basic text file that are stored on your computer or mobile device by a website’s server. Every cookie is unique to your web browser. It will contain some anonymous information such as a unique identifier and the site name along with a few digits and numbers.

Most websites you visit use cookies to improve your user experience by allowing the website to ‘remember’ you, either for the time you’ve spent visiting the site (using a ‘session cookie’) or for repeat visits (using a ‘persistent cookie’).

Cookies may be set by the website you are visiting (‘first party cookies’) or they may be set by other websites who run content on the page you are viewing (‘third party cookies’).

What do cookies do exactly?

Cookies play lots of different roles, like letting you navigate between pages efficiently, keeping track of your preferences, and improving your overall experience of a website. Cookies make the interaction between you and the website faster, smoother and easier. If a website doesn’t use cookies, it will think you are a new visitor every time you move to a new page on the site, for example, even after you “log in,” if you move to another page it won’t recognise you and it won’t be able to keep you logged in.

How does Music Giants use cookies?

Music Giants uses various types of cookies to enhance and improve your experience. Music Giants uses cookies for:


We use cookies to enable and support our security features, for example: to authenticate Members, prevent hackers and fraudulent use of login credentials, and protect Member data from unauthorized parties.


When you are signed in to your account, cookies help us display the correct information and make your experience more personable, by providing you with cool features, insights, and customized content. They can also help you fill out forms more easily, e.g., RFI forms. Loss of the information stored in a preference cookie may make the site experience less functional, but should not prevent it from working.

Session State

We gather information about how our users and visitors use and interact with the site. This may include the pages people visit most often and when and where visitors get error messages. We use these “session state cookies” to help us improve our site and of course our services. Blocking or deleting these cookies will not prevent the site from working as it should.


These cookies help us learn how our site performs in various different locations. We use cookies to understand and improve our services and features.

What third-party cookies does Music Giants use?

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What should you do if you don’t want cookies to be set?

We understand some people find the idea of a website storing information on their computer or mobile device to be a bit intrusive, particularly when this information is stored and used by a third party without them having any knowledge.

Although cookies are generally quite harmless, you may not, for example, want to see advertising that has been targeted to your interests using your browser history.

The good news is, you may choose to block some or all cookies, or even to delete cookies that have already been set according to your preferences; but you should be aware that you might lose some functions of the website. If you want to restrict or block the cookies that are set by our site, or any other site, you can do so through your browser setting. The ‘Help’ function in your browser should explain how to do this.

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Different types of DJ equipment

DJ Headphoes

You can’t DJ properly if you can’t hear what you’re doing or gauge what the audience is hearing. This is why a top-class pair of headphones is essential in any DJ setup. There are hundreds of great headphones on the market, but what you need to factor in when buying is whether they will be in-ear or over-ear, the cup size, orientation, comfort, and durability, among other things.

Different types of DJ equipment


 If you haven’t got some already and need to add speakers to your shopping list, you’ll want to avoid cheap brands and opt for some which are powerful but suitable for your DJing environment. You wouldn’t go out and buy a huge PA system if you live in a cupboard under the stairs, and you wouldn’t invest in some tiny desk speakers if you are mixing in a large room with thick walls and high ceilings. A set of speakers that fit somewhere in the middle is best.

Different types of DJ equipment

DJ Software

If you’re looking to play solely digital, you’re going to want to invest in some good software. Some DJs who play from USB still do not use software, but the truth is, it can seriously help you stay organized. Software not only allows you to prepare your tracks into neat and tidy playlists, but it also detects the BPM and key of all your tunes, lets you set hot cues, make loops, mashups, and other really cool stuff that wouldn’t be possible if you simply stuck all your tunes on a USB stick or burned them to CD. If you’re just starting out as a DJ, there’s no question that using a high-quality software program will make mixing easier and your sets sound better.

Different types of DJ equipment


 DJ controllers are highly convenient because they are an all-in-one setup that you can carry around with you, then plug in and play right off the bat. They also eliminate the need to spend thousands on individual pieces of gear. There are many different types of DJ controllers that are ideal for beginners, each with different functions, personalities, and more. Some are fantastic for multi-deck mixing, changing the volume, tempo, track settings, looping, panning, playing drum pads, and even scratching.

Different types of DJ equipment


For any analog DJ setup, a mixer is an essential bit of kit. Besides being used to make seamless transitions from one song to another, they also have a wide range of other functions. The crossfader can be used to make epic scratch performances, while the vertical sliders control the volume levels, panning, and can be used in conjunction with effects. They also act as a soundcard to process the music signal you’re sending out to your audience, and let you cue up your next track in your headphones while the current song is playing.

Different types of DJ equipment


As mentioned, mixing on turntables is the classic way of DJing, and even some digital DJs still have a vinyl player or two in their repertoire. Turntables are ideal for those who want to get into scratching. They also allow you to switch between songs and albums, slow down tempos, alter the pitch, and do other creative tricks. While laptops and digital DJ setups are the most popular in this day in age, we still recommend learning how to mix on vinyl, even if you don’t plan to buy turntables or use them in your setup. The saying is true – if you can play on wax, you can play on anything.