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Filling the Well or How to Restore the Creative Juices

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By Julie Oshins – Play It Forward The other day I found myself playing with music and feeling kind of blocked, and not in the zone . . . it just wasn’t flowing. . . I am in the process of moving, and honoring a bunch of other commitments and felt exhausted and uninspired. Mixing…

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NAMM 2017: Two New Lights From ADJ


José at ADJ and Digital DJ Tips gives you a first look at the Boom Box FX 1 and the Boom Box FX 2 at NAMM Winter 2017.
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CHAUVET DJ NAMM 2017 New Product Tour


Welcome to the CHAUVET DJ Booth at NAMM 2017 where Senior Product Manager Allan Reiss helps you discover all the amazing new products launched at this year's show.
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