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By Stu Chisholm, “The Complete Disc Jockey” Once a mobile DJ accumulates a good sized amount of gear, they often find themselves really having to consider the “mobile” part of the mobile DJ equation. How do I get my show to the venue? And how do I get my gear from my vehicle to the…

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Denon DJ MCX8000 Talkthrough Video

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DJ Tips in under a minute: Modern client emails

I find that younger clients email the way they text or even carry a conversation, one line questions seem to be the majority of their emails. I think it's professional and appropriate to respond in kind, but also to always try to ask a question back so as to get reply answer.
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