Saw “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” last night.

Loved every minute of it.

Made me wish I still had my Ninja Turtles van I had as a kid. (Remember that thing? It shot out little plastic pizzas like a cannon. Epic.)

Anyway, aside from lots of things blowing up and tons of great one-liners (I haven’t heard “Cowabunga!” in a looooong time), the movie did a good job of teaching teamwork.

Each turtle is insanely skilled (and could beat me up any day of the week), but only when they worked together were they actually able to even stand a chance against Shredder.

Reminds me of Dueling Mixes.

Graham and I are kinda like middle-age mutant ninja mixers. We both can mix well, but the real value in Dueling Mixes comes from our combined powers.

I might approach a mix using a sword or nunchuks.

Graham might opt for a bow or maybe those little fork-looking things Raphael uses.

At the end of the day, we both produce good mixes, and YOU get to learn three ways to mix a song.


Yep. My way, Graham’s way, and YOUR way.

And when you put all those together, you find yourself storing up all sorts of fun little ninja mixing moves that you start using on your own mixes.

Suddenly your own mixes sound better and better.

It’s a beautiful thing.

Cowabunga, indeed.

So come on outta your shell and click here:

Joe Gilder
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