Best Practices

Sell It Before You Buy It

A true entrepreneur and business owner are always seeking new opportunities to increase revenues and improve the cash flow of the business.  The primary objective is to organically grow your customer base by doing more events and increase the cost…

THE CASE FOR MONO!

by Neil Smith – The Dandy DJ Can we all agree that a live event situation is not an ideal listening environment? There’s usually tons of ambient noise (conversation and other environmental factors), the lion’s share of our audience is…

600 Mhz Spectrum Sold – Problems for Wireless Microphones Coming

Early Ignition: New Spectrum Users Light Up 600-MHz, Take Wireless Mic Users by Surprise Broadcasters must face reality sooner than many expected, as the spectrum repack ramps up quickly By Dan Daley, Audio Editor Tuesday, June 27, 2017 – 8:00 am…

Truss and How to Use It

By Chase Jewell One of the major things in the mobile DJ community is how to use truss in my mobile gigs?  There are many different options and it is almost as infinite as the imagination how you can use…

DJ Tip In a Minute: Security for Your Gear

DJ Jay Brannan says, “I make a habit of keeping my laptop/hard drives/headphones/chargers together and away from my gig until the last minute after setting up everything else. I also tear down my laptop/hard drive/headphones first when the gig has…

Your DJ Vehicle and Rig

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…

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