Mix Master 2021 Explained

Mix Master was created and structured to be the biggest DJ mixing competition the UK has ever seen. Utilizing the latest technology, Mix Master allows DJ's to produce live sets from the comfort of their own homes, in front of a panel of industry professionals and an audience. The benefits of online streaming allows DJs to enter the competition from all over the UK without the presence of logistic problems. The competition has no bias. We have seen DJ's mixing on the entire spectrum of DJ equipment and several different types of music genres.

 

Heat's

Each DJ that has made it into the competition will have a 15 minute live time slot to show the judges and crowd their skills. Each DJ will be allocated a heat number. There will be four judges watching and they will give the DJ’s feedback when they have finished. They will also be scoring them out of ten. Ten being the highest mark. DJs have a chance of scoring a maximum of forty points from the judges. They will also be subjected to a public vote system, the public can add points to the DJs score by submitting a vote on the website, one vote = one times the judges score. For example if a DJ scores 32 from the judges and receives 10 public votes the total score will be 10 x 32 = 320. The scoring system will remain the same throughout the competition. The top two highest scorers of the heat will progress in the competition!

Second Round

Sixty Four DJs will make it through to the second round. There will be eight heats of eight DJs battling it out for a place in the quarter finals. Each DJ will perform a 15 minute set, scored out of ten by the judges and subjected to a public vote. The top three highest scoring DJs of each heat will progress to the quarter finals.

Quarter Finals

Twenty four DJs will make it through to the quarter finals. There will be four heats of seven DJs battling it out for a place in the semi finals. Each DJ will perform a 15 minute set, scored out of ten by the judges and subjected to a public vote. The top three highest scoring DJs of each heat will progress to the semi finals. The six Finalists from the Mix Master 2020 competition will be automatically offered a quarter final position. There will be a live draw prior to the start of the quarter finals to place DJs into their allocated heat. 

 

Semi Finals 

Twelve DJs will make it through to the semi finals. There will be two heats of six DJs battling it out for a place in the Mix Master 2021 final. Each DJ will perform a 15 minute set, scored out of ten by the judges and subjected to a public vote. The top three highest scoring DJs of each heat will progress to the Mix Master 2021 final. There will be draw prior to the start of the semi finals to place DJs into their allocated heat. 

Final

Lots of challenges and extended sets times await the Mix Master 2021 finalists. Who will be crowned Mix Master 2021?

The public vote will start soon as all DJs of the particular heat have performed and will remain open for two days. The Final will have a live vote and will be decided on the night.