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Mixxx: A free DJ software option!

In my travels as a mobile DJ where I do teaching seminars and workshops. One question asked is are there any alternatives to Serato, Tracktor,...

Serato VS Virtual DJ: Should you switch? From DJ Lou Paris

Photo and Video Courtesy: Paris Creative and Lou Paris

Event Planning Software for DJs

By Chase Jewell For DJs, there are so many options for a planning system. A lot of DJs are still using paper documents for their...

Music Bee is a Powerful, Easy-to-Use Music Manager

Despite the many great media players out there, MusicBee earns itself a spot high on the list with super tagging, managing, browsing, ripping, syncing...

Software Review: Jammtext by Mixcity for the Mobile DJ

By Chase Jewell – Sound & Lighting Tutor For the past few months, I’ve been doing a test run of the DJ software Jammtext from...

Your First Day With: Virtual DJ 8

DJ Joey tells you how to install, set up and use this popular software program.

Dive Into Traktor Video 1 – Installation And Set Up

This video covers the full process of setting up the free demo version of TRAKTOR PRO for Mac & PC using only your laptop....

New Gear: Need vs. Want

By Dave Austin, "Music Professor" Everyone who attended the Mobile Beat in Las Vegas recently is still buzzing – particularly about all the dazzling new...

Choosing DJ Software

This video is part of the course materials for our Learn To DJ email course. The course is delivered in 50 weekly parts, and...

Latest articles

Tip or No Tip?

Recently in an online forum, a fellow DJ asked this question. “If you don't get a tip when the bride's parents pay you, do you...

Phenyx Pro PTU-52 Dual Wireless Microphone System

We as mobile DJs have a lot of time using microphones in events.  Often, we are not only the DJ entertainment for the event,...

DJ JESS’S TOP TEN REASONS YOU SHOULD ATTEND A CONFERENCE

Flashback to last year at this time: I was setting up my DJ equipment in my kitchen, and instructing my kids to throw broccoli...

Now that I’ve ripped all this music what do I do?

Let's say you have a 200 Gigabyte hard drive and and it is 90% full thats 180 Gig and about 45,000 songs (ripped at...