New DJ Streaming Site Lets The World Watch You Play

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A new live streaming site for DJs launched recently, called Chew. It’s a free service that lets you broadcast both video and audio of your DJ set, whether you’re in the club or in your bedroom. You can use a laptop with a webcam or a professional camera set-up to stream your DJ sets, and soon you’ll be able to stream using your mobile device too.

Case Study: How One Of Our Students Is Smashing SoundCloud

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I’ve got something cool for you today, a real success story we want to share. One of our students, DJ Bella Cuts, is absolutely smashing it on SoundCloud – she’s managed to get 14,270 plays of her mixtapes and 1,097 real followers, growing by 176% in just one year! We were so impressed we got her to tell all…

The First Mixtape I Ever Made

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I just had to interrupt our usual Sunday posting schedule to share this with you. I was clearing out a bottom drawer this morning when I got a massive jolt of nostalgia, as I came across one of the very first mixtapes I ever made! It’s a promo for a club night I co-founded – “Tangled” in Manchester, England – way back in 1995.

Mixtapes: 5 Ways To Screw Them Up

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In our ongoing “making a mixtape” season of articles, today we move on to something that’s close to my heart – all the different ways it’s possible to screw up a recorded DJ mix!

Mixtapes: 5 Excuses DJs Always Use To Avoid Making Them

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We asked: “what’s stopping you getting started on your mixtape?” Here are the top five answers.

Mixtapes: 5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Hitting Record

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Mixtapes, while not the be all and end all of promoting yourself as a DJ, are still a great “this is what I can do!” handout. Here’s some tips for planning a great one.

Over To You: How Do I Get People To Listen To My Mixes?

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Digital DJ Tips reader Westage asks: “My problem is to get my audience listen to my sets. I mean, I am constantly producing new mixes with a big time investment but many of my followers are only listening to parts of them, something my stats show.”