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The Return of Vinyl – Chapter II


By Dave Austin, “Music Professor” I’ve recently had a new studio built in the hope of having sufficient space to house my (not small) vinyl and CD libraries, my office operation and, in the not-too-distant future, a broadcast facility.  Already, I’m wishing I had opted for a larger building, and as with most such undertakings,…

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ADJ Jellyfish IR

The ADJ Jellyfish IR is a unique Moonflower effect with a clear plastic case that offers two effects in one. It produces bright colorful beams and a glowing case. This fixture is compatible with the ADJ UC IR wireless remote and the Airstream IR App (sold separately). There are plenty of built-in high energy programs on the Jellyfish to create pure lighting excitement for any event.
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Calculating a Fair Price For DJ Services

There are several ways to figure out pricing. This is how DJ Brian S. Redd does it.
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Three reasons

By Stacy Zemon, Publisher & Chief Scribe If you’re a mobile DJ business owner, you’ve likely heard these reasons why a prospect isn’t booking your services: • I/We don’t have have the budget. • I/We need to consult with family, partner, Ouija Board • I/We have been using my family, friend, drinking buddy for years….

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Some advice from Brian S. Redd on putting together a clean, quality mobile DJ PA system. Why go better than just a budget PA? What components matter most? Why use DJ programs instead of iTunes or Winamp?

November 16th, 2015 by Stacy
Client Feedback

By Stacy Zemon, Publisher & Chief Scribe Here is a list of my top five cool things that you can spin off with client feedback, to wow both them and your DJ employees: 1. Drive product roadmap with feedback. Your clients are the stars because they are the ones who book your services. No matter…

November 13th, 2015 by Stacy

By Gregg Hollmann, “Party Professional” Based on my survey of DJs, most don’t create forecasts or budgets. Whether you own your own company or work for somebody else, I strongly recommend that you take the time to create a forecast. The good news is that you don’t need to be a numbers jockey to create…

November 11th, 2015 by Stacy

By Doug Sandler, “Nice Guys Finish First” A challenging morning can be made less difficult by reading a few inspirational or motivational quotes. Sources for inspiration can be found in the quotes of former presidents, successful business people, inventors or even your parents. A deeper meaning for each quote can be determined by what is…

November 9th, 2015 by Stacy

The Intimidator Spot 455Z IRC is an extremely bright, 180 W LED moving head spot designed for large events. It features dual gobo wheels that allow for gobo morphing and amazing mid-air projections. The motorized zoom is perfect for short- or long-throw situations.

November 9th, 2015 by Stacy

These are Classic Rock DANCE SONGS for a USA mobile DJ mainstream audience. Most are 60’s & 70’s, with some 80’s & even a 90’s track. They are all up-tempo. These are for a mixed audience (not a Biker bar) & most should appeal to people other than Classic Rock.

November 9th, 2015 by Stacy
Social Media Books

By Tony Schwartz, “The Social Media DJ” There’s a plethora of social media knowledge on the internet; just Google “social media tips” and you’ll find thousands, if not millions, of articles on the subject. And while that’s great and all, most articles offer the same generic tips. Unless their is a change in a platform…

November 5th, 2015 by Stacy
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By Stu Chisholm, “The Complete Disc Jockey” A question arose in my never-ending source of inspiration, the online DJ forums, about how a DJ might break into the nightclub scene. These days I’ve given up nightclub work, more or less, but get yanked back in from time to time when a club calls because a…

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