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At 08:10 AM 7/3/00 -0400, RWalker653@aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated 7/3/00 12:11:48 AM Eastern Daylight Time, Jibguy@aol.com
> > True.  All DJ's excepting overnight and most weekend shifts, were dual
> >  efforts.  Club DJ's doing the mixing, and DJ's speaking once every 20
> >  minutes.  Got pretty boring for the DJ's, especially me, the 10-to-2-guy.
> >
>I'm curious to know more about how the club jock did the mix on the air. I
>know the technology was a little less advanced than it is now, weren't there
>just awful mixes on the air? Did the turntables even have an adjustable pitch
>Rob @ WXLO

Didn't the bird's beaks get dull?  Just how long ago do you think this was? 
Sometime around the Flintstones? The Technic turntables did have pitch 
controls *and* even timing marks on the perimeter of the platter. It was a 
real bitch cueing up those wax cylinders though... ;-)