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5 Reasons All DJs Should Learn To Produce Music

Back in 2011, we published an article about how music production was becoming less an option, more a necessity for the modern DJ. In the time since, that has only become more true. Certainly if you want to have a jet-setting DJ career it's taken as read nowadays that you produce, but even for mobile DJs and hobbyists, production is more and more becoming just part of what us DJs do. Here's why...

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Review & Video: DJ Player Pro 9 for iOS

Developer iMect boldly touts DJ Player Pro 9 as the “Formula 1 car for the DJ world” and a quick look at the features tells you why – you get four decks, full support for any DVS system, full mapping capabilities for any Midi device, dedicated cloud storage, support for the Stems audio format, and more. Here's our full review.

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Make Your First Track In Just 7 Days - Free Video Course Starts Today

Want to not only know how to make a dance track in seven days, but to actually do it - all for free? If so, read on, because launching today, our Dance Music Formula free video training course will show you exactly how. You don't need to be able to play an instrument, you don't need any musical training, and you don't need any gear...

How Copying Unlocks Creativity For DJs & Producers

One theme that comes up again and again across our community - whether it's DJs, musicians, producers, DJ business owners, or whoever - is: "Is it OK to copy?" We're not talking about copying your mate's entire music collection, but rather imitating, emulating, trying to perfect your version of what someone else has done.

What To Post On Your DJ Facebook Page

You're living in the 21st century, so you know you need to be using Facebook to promote your DJing and help you get more gigs, right? Thing is, it's all well and good knowing you have to use it, but what exactly are you meant to be posting? You don't want to spam people, but you want results, and you want your profile to grow.

How To Charge More for Mobile DJ Gigs

Do you want me to tell you know what makes a client pay you what you're worth as a mobile DJ? What it is that means that some DJs can charge hundreds or thousands for gigs, while others seem to splutter and fail at the price part of the conversation, and always feel they're not being paid what they're worth?

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