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This commentary responds to some of the debates and issues raised by Alinka Greasley and Helen Prior’s paper on DJing and musical shape. In particular, I focus on the use of technology by DJs, and how shifts within this domain are redefining the concept and associated skills of DJing. Technological change is having a significant impact on music production and distribution within contemporary electronic dance music culture. Tangible formats and their playback platforms are increasinglydoi:10.18061/emr.v8i1.3923 fatcat:ynzejhd35vcvfm5ppy376a46ka