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DJ Pools are incredibly useful when you’re a DJ. The big question is what DJ pool is best and meets your needs. Today we’re going to look at Digital DJ Pool. In this Digital DJ Pool review, we’ll look at the most important aspects of a DJ pool and what Digital DJ Pool has to offer in that regard. We’re going to take a look at the website, the genres, and all other aspects.
Table of Contents
- Likes and Dislikes
- Digital DJ Pool Review Key Takeaways
- For Who is Digital DJ Pool the Right Fit
- What Kind of Music is on Digital DJ Pool
- Digital DJ Pool Website
- Music Catalog
- The Digital DJ Pool App
- Subscriptions with Price
- Digital DJ Pool Review Final notes
Likes and Dislikes
|Great looking website||No mainstream music|
|Easy to use website|
|A lot of new releases every week|
Digital DJ Pool Review Key Takeaways
This DJ Pool is a little bit different from all the other DJ pools. This DJ pool is not for DJs that want to DJ with mainstream music. This record pool is full of unknown and undiscovered artists and DJs. Digital DJ Pool is not just a DJ pool, with the ability to follow DJs and labels is has a social aspect added to it as well.
For Who is Digital DJ Pool the Right Fit
Digital DJ Pool is especially for you if you like to DJ with Hip-Hop.
I do have to add that Digital DJ Pool doesn’t have any mainstream music, just remixes of mainstream music, so DJs that like remixes and edits created by undiscovered DJs and artists, this DJ pool is perfect for you.
What Kind of Music is on Digital DJ Pool
The entire Digital DJ Pool music collection is spread across 8 main categories.
- Hip-Hop & R&B
- Twerk, Trap, Dubstep
- Spanish, Latin
Let’s take a look at newly added tracks for the main categories over the course of 5 weeks.
|Main genres||Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Totals|
|Twerk, Trap, Dubstep||6||3||2||2||2||15|
|Spanish / Latin||5||15||4||4||0||28|
What we can take away from the above results is:
- Hip-Hop and R&B are by far the most dominant category
- Digital DJ Pool releases 256,8 new tracks per week on average
Here are the top 5 categories for new releases on Digital DJ Pool.
- Hip-Hop and R&B (629)
- Electronic (208)
- House (183)
- Pop (144)
- Caribbean (77)
To create a more accurate image of the genres on Digital DJ Pool, here are the genres that belong to each category.
Hip Hop, R&B
- Trap Hip Hop
- Progressive House
- Tech House
- Future House
- Soulful House
- Deep House
- Nu Disco
- Big Room
- Drum & Bass
- Bass Music
Twerk, Trap, Dubstep
- Trap Electronic
Digital DJ Pool Website
Look and Feel
The website looks really nice. It has a very simple layout, which I absolutely love. There’s not too much going on except necessary things, the things that I came for, music.
When you log in to your account the first thing you’ll see is a list of new music with the search filters on the left side. Again, it looks really simple but I really like the simpleness of it.
Unlike other DJ pools’ websites, this one does not have a light mode or a dark mode.
The website is easy to navigate because the menu structure is very simple. You can find what you’re looking for very easily and quickly.
The search feature is very impressive. Not because of the filter types but it looks simple and it’s very easy to use. Something that can be said about their entire website so far.
The filters you can use are pretty much the basic filter. You can filter by genre, BPM, version, key, and upload date.
I will go over the music catalog in the way Digital DJ Pool has structured it on their website.
According to my research, Digital DJ Pool releases, on average, 256,8 new tracks every single week.
With a heavy focus on Hip-Hop and R&B, almost 49% of the total new releases go to that music genre.
16.2% is going to Electronic music and 14.3% is going to House music.
The Feed area is an impressive area where you can follow DJs and Labels. When you follow a DJ or a label, you can keep track of their song uploads, and when that DJ or label likes a song on Digital DJ Pool.
In the featured area, you can find new handpicked tracks that earned a spot in the spotlight. It’s a place for inspiration and discovery.
The trending area is once again a very organized place where you can spot the latest trends. All of the trends are categorized by the main genre categories.
Trends are calculated by the number of downloads in a set time period. You can check in here a few times so you’ll never miss a potential hit.
In the charts area, you can find the top 50 of every genre for every month. You can go back to the top 50s from way back in January 2015.
A good area to find some classics and throwbacks.
You can find the top 50s for every main genre category.
Music Downloading Limits on Digital DJ Pool
Digital DJ Pool doesn’t have a download limit. You can download as many songs as you like. There’s also no limit to how many times you can download 1 song version, like other DJ pools.
The Digital DJ Pool App
The Digital DJ Pool app has all the features, lists, and charts that the website offers. The only advantage to the mobile app is that it’s very useful to search, discover music and add it to your crates.
When you’re back on your computer you can download your songs from the website.
Subscriptions with Price
|Trial||Monthly billing||Yearly billing|
|5 days for $1||$20||$190|
Digital DJ Pool Review Final notes
Digital DJ Pool distinguishes itself from other DJ pools by focussing on artists and DJs that are not (yet) discovered. They’re fairly unknown, yet create very cool remixes and create their own music.
It reminds me a little bit of SoundCloud, but smaller.
Digital DJ Pool offers a lot of music. The new music releases on their website every week are probably the most I’ve seen on DJ pools so far.
Something that can’t be overlooked though is that there is no original music from more familiar artists in the music business.
If you like to DJ with music from more familiar artists and DJs you’re better off choosing a different DJ Pool.
If you’re looking for more ways to improve your music library I recommend reading my related article: Where DJs get Their Music