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Prime Announcements by Denon DJ at NAMM!

Next generation DJ solutions: The pro-mobile focused PRIME 2 and the rechargeable battery-powered PRIME GO, fully-featured 2-deck smart DJ consoles for ultimate creative DJ performance at any event

Fort Lauderdale FL, USA (Jan 13, 2020)—Denon DJ (www.denondj.com), a leading manufacturer of premium DJ products and solutions, today announced the introduction of their new PRIME 2 and PRIME GO smart DJ consoles. They share the ultimate touchscreen interface experience, standalone Wi-Fi music streaming and are powered by the lightning-fast ENGINE OS platform. PRIME GO adds a rechargeable lithium-ion battery to provide extreme portability. Together, they represent the pinnacle of fully-featured, no-compromise pro-level gear for mobile and club DJs.
Along with their 7” HD touchscreen UI experience, PRIME 2 and PRIME GO bring feature-rich, premium-level control and creative workflow for DJs. These include a class-leading timestretch and key-shift algorithm, the ability to play uncompressed music file formats plus on-board music
management, track preview, internal file analysis and ‘direct to media source’ set recording too.

PRIME GO—Ultimate Portability
Prep your set on the move, throw PRIME GO in your backpack, then rock any gig with a fully-featured, pro-grade DJ performance workflow. Keep the music flowing at any event imaginable, powered by an internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery. PRIME GO is the best, no-compromise unit for any event.

PRIME 2—True Mobile Powerhouse
Delivering multicore-powered standalone performance, portability and expressive playback features, PRIME 2 is the epitome of future-facing DJ tech to accommodate any mobile or club-based gig. Able to access and play back digital files from multiple media sources, including a built-in internal HDD bay, PRIME 2’s compact footprint ensures that pro/mobile DJs can carry their musical world everywhere.

Innovation Reinvented
• Stream Music Standalone – Both PRIME 2 and GO have built-in Wi-Fi and wired internet connectivity, enabling DJs to play music from partnered music streaming services, Beatport*, Beatsource*, SoundCloud* and TIDAL (customers receive a FREE 3-month trial subscription to TIDAL)

• Touch and Feel Music – Both PRIME 2 and PRIME GO empower DJs with the world’s most innovative user interface with 7” color HD touchscreens handling music library navigation, easy-search, crate management and track load – all with the touch/swipe of a finger.

• Ever-Evolving software – ENGINE OS is the performance power inside PRIME 2 and PRIME GO. With a proven track record of continuous feature upgrades, ENGINE OS is unmatched in the DJ industry. Denon DJ, the company that listens!

• Lights, Video, Action! – Expanding further on their no-compromise feature set, the PRIME 2 and GO have StagelinQ connectivity to command impactful AV elements via SoundSwitch lighting and Resolume video control.

Creatively advanced and technologically fast and nimble – for those that live, breath and know ‘DJ,’ PRIME 2 and PRIME GO is their gear!

PRIME GO Features
• Fully-featured, backpackable 2-deck smart DJ console
• 7-inch HD touchscreen with gestures
• Rechargeable lithium-ion battery for up to 4 hours of unplugged performance
• Built-in Wi-Fi and wired internet connectivity for music streaming
• Dual-bank performance pads for triggering hot-cues, loop and roll
• No-compromise, pro-grade audio and connectivity
• RCA aux input for media players, tablets, phones
• Capacitive-touch jog wheels
• Internally analyze music files & RekordboxTM collections direct from USB
• Standalone Track Preview
• Assignable FX module, 3-Band EQ and Filter/Sweep FX
• (2) dedicated XLR (1⁄4” combo) mic inputs with EQ/Level/talkover
• USB and SD media source inputs

PRIME 2 Features
• Fully-featured, 2-Deck standalone, smart DJ console
• 7-inch HD touchscreen with gestures
• Built-in 2.5″ SATA drive bay to store music onboard
• Built-in Wi-Fi and wired internet connectivity for music streaming
• Capacitive-touch jog wheels with HD central display
• Internally analyze music files & RekordboxTM collections direct from USB
• Standalone Track Preview
• Independent FX units, 3-Band EQ and Filter
• [8] Multi-function performance pads for triggered audio manipulation
• (2) dedicated XLR (1⁄4” combo) mic inputs with EQ/Level and Talkover
• RCA aux input for media players, tablets, phones

U.S. retail for the Denon DJ PRIME 2 will be $1399 and PRIME GO $999 PRIME 2 and PRIME GO will be available Q1 2020

“With the introduction of PRIME 2 and PRIME GO, we’re beyond excited that the Prime Series, powered by ENGINE OS, is now truly open to the widest demographic of pro-mobile DJs” said Denon DJ’s Creative Director, Paul Dakeyne. “Both units are Wi-Fi enabled and more than compact enough
to be carried to any location, but workflow feature-packed to handle any small, medium or large mobile/club gig or event. Together, PRIME 2 and PRIME GO usher in an exciting new era of accessible, no-compromise, tech-powered DJ performance!”
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About ENGINE DJ
• ENGINE OS is a purpose-built platform to power cutting-edge DJ hardware, expand workflow and performance creativity plus enable flexible collection management directly from the hardware.
• ENGINE PRIME software diversifies collection management and preparation workflows from the comfort of a desktop or laptop computer.
ENGINE, the most technologically advanced, standalone DJ software! Find out more at (www.enginedj.com) The forthcoming version of Engine PRIME software will bring Sync Manager, macOS Catalina support and more. Public beta will be available later this month.

About Denon DJ
With over a quarter-century of creating innovative, ground-breaking technology, Denon DJ (www.denondj.com) is committed to the betterment and growth of the creative DJ’s workflow. A prioritization to engage and interact with the global DJ community, added to world-class customer support, shows Denon DJ further defining the future of professional DJ performance.
*available in a future free software update

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Rane’s SEVENTY wows at NAMM!

Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA (January 14, 2020)—RANE, the established innovator in the DJ industry, noted for their standard-setting solutions coupled with unequalled reliability and customer service, today announced the introduction of their new SEVENTY mixer, the latest edition to their solid steel, battleready Serato DJ mixer family. Built from the same intricate DNA that makes every RANE product a standout, the RANE SEVENTY’s intuitive layout takes a forward-thinking, yet familiar approach to performance possibilities. The RANE SEVENTY is ready to take DJ performances to the next level in a portable, travel-ready battle mixer.

Your New Battle Companion The SEVENTY completely changes the battle. It’s so big, DJ Craze had this to say about the SEVENTY:
“If you want to be the best, you gotta **** with the best! The new RANE SEVENTY mixer is no joke. I don’t play the game, I change it” – DJ Craze
In addition to a new intuitive layout, the SEVENTY introduces three new ultra-light MAG FOUR faders. This new design is our lightest yet and delivers all our high-quality patented technology, along with an external crossfader tension-adjust. The six radio-style FX buttons give DJs instant access to RANE’s internal post-fader Flex FX as well as Serato DJ Pro’s software FX. The SEVENTY’s dedicated loop sections and Instant Double buttons are intuitively laid out for the most demanding of turntablists, while the dual-layer performance pads give inspiring and creative options for any routine. With 180˚ rotatable metal paddles, dual microphone inputs and an industry-leading signal-to-noise ratio of 114 dB, the RANE SEVENTY raises the standard of DJ performance to new heights in its category.

SEVENTY Winning Highlights

• Intuitive High-Performance Layout
• (3) MAG FOUR contactless faders
• External crossfader tension-adjustment control
• Solid steel construction & front guard handle protection
• (6) Dual post-fader internal FLEX FX engines
• Serato DJ FX controls • Independent pad modes for each channel
• (32) Midi-Assignable Pads
• Browse and track select controls
• Intuitive Instant Double buttons, toggle as Sync On-Off or Silent Cue mode
• Dedicated loop controls
• Dual diecast aluminum 180˚ rotatable FX paddles
• RANE TWELVE Connection Hub
• Dual microphone inputs
• Industry leading signal-to-noise 114dB
• Dual USB connections for DJ handoffs
• 16 Akai Professional MPC performance pads

Packed into a solid, portable mixer, the SEVENTY has the toughness for week-in/week-out touring, satisfying even the most demanding DJs who insist on no-compromise durability, functionality and expressive creativity.

Take Your Next Step The RANE SEVENTY will be available in Q2, 2020 at a U.S. Retail of $1499.

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About Rane Corporation Rane Corporation is an established innovator in problem-solving DJ and commercial audio tools, professionally engineered with a focus on science, price/performance, and not frills and hype. Designed exclusively in the United States, Rane’s product distribution is worldwide. Marketplaces are DJ (performance, club, mobile & recording), Live Sound (FOH and monitoring) and Commercial (music & paging, networked systems) featuring innovative analog and digital audio products for each category. For more information, visit www.rane.com

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Rane’s SEVENTY wows at NAMM!

Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA (January 14, 2020)—RANE, the established innovator in the DJ industry, noted for their standard-setting solutions coupled with unequalled reliability and customer service, today announced the introduction of their new SEVENTY mixer, the latest edition to their solid steel, battleready Serato DJ mixer family. Built from the same intricate DNA that makes every RANE product a standout, the RANE SEVENTY’s intuitive layout takes a forward-thinking, yet familiar approach to performance possibilities. The RANE SEVENTY is ready to take DJ performances to the next level in a portable, travel-ready battle mixer.

Your New Battle Companion The SEVENTY completely changes the battle. It’s so big, DJ Craze had this to say about the SEVENTY:
“If you want to be the best, you gotta **** with the best! The new RANE SEVENTY mixer is no joke. I don’t play the game, I change it” – DJ Craze
In addition to a new intuitive layout, the SEVENTY introduces three new ultra-light MAG FOUR faders. This new design is our lightest yet and delivers all our high-quality patented technology, along with an external crossfader tension-adjust. The six radio-style FX buttons give DJs instant access to RANE’s internal post-fader Flex FX as well as Serato DJ Pro’s software FX. The SEVENTY’s dedicated loop sections and Instant Double buttons are intuitively laid out for the most demanding of turntablists, while the dual-layer performance pads give inspiring and creative options for any routine. With 180˚ rotatable metal paddles, dual microphone inputs and an industry-leading signal-to-noise ratio of 114 dB, the RANE SEVENTY raises the standard of DJ performance to new heights in its category.

SEVENTY Winning Highlights

• Intuitive High-Performance Layout
• (3) MAG FOUR contactless faders
• External crossfader tension-adjustment control
• Solid steel construction & front guard handle protection
• (6) Dual post-fader internal FLEX FX engines
• Serato DJ FX controls • Independent pad modes for each channel
• (32) Midi-Assignable Pads
• Browse and track select controls
• Intuitive Instant Double buttons, toggle as Sync On-Off or Silent Cue mode
• Dedicated loop controls
• Dual diecast aluminum 180˚ rotatable FX paddles
• RANE TWELVE Connection Hub
• Dual microphone inputs
• Industry leading signal-to-noise 114dB
• Dual USB connections for DJ handoffs
• 16 Akai Professional MPC performance pads

Packed into a solid, portable mixer, the SEVENTY has the toughness for week-in/week-out touring, satisfying even the most demanding DJs who insist on no-compromise durability, functionality and expressive creativity.

Take Your Next Step The RANE SEVENTY will be available in Q2, 2020 at a U.S. Retail of $1499.

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About Rane Corporation Rane Corporation is an established innovator in problem-solving DJ and commercial audio tools, professionally engineered with a focus on science, price/performance, and not frills and hype. Designed exclusively in the United States, Rane’s product distribution is worldwide. Marketplaces are DJ (performance, club, mobile & recording), Live Sound (FOH and monitoring) and Commercial (music & paging, networked systems) featuring innovative analog and digital audio products for each category. For more information, visit www.rane.com

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An Insight into Musician Kenny Rogers

One musician who dramatically influenced sports betting is Kenny Rogers, with his signature “The Gambler” country hit. Don Schlitz wrote the song, and various musicians recorded it. However, Kenny Rogers is the one who brought out the tune perfectly and left a lasting mark in the lives of many since releasing it in 1978. Though Schlitz wrote the song in memory of his deceased father, it has had a considerable impact on the sports betting industry.

In the song, Ken and the Gambler are on a boring train trip, playing poker, when The Gambler breaks the ice by claiming to read Kenny’s face. According to the song, the expression on Kenny’s face indicated that he was out of aces. The Gambler offers to give him some advice for a taste of his whiskey.  Below are the lyrics to the song “The Gambler” and their significance to the sports betting world.

“If you’re gonna play the game, boy, you gotta learn to pay it right.”

The line is the introduction to The Gambler’s rule book. It implies that betting has rules that every player has to abide by to survive. According to The Gambler in Kenny’s song, these are the basic rules of gambling:

  1. “You’ve got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em, know when to walk away, and know when to run.”

This first rule may refer to the gambling budget. Experts advise every gambler to have some fixed amount of money that they are willing to spend. Their bankroll should determine when to fold, call, or raise a hand.  Also, there is a time to keep off the game, especially if your bankroll is low.

  1. “You never count your money when you’re sittin’ at the table. There’ll be time enough for countin’ when the dealing’s done.”

Casino gclub owners design their gambling houses, research shows, to ensure that gamblers do not leave the table, and this is perhaps the reason the song discourages bettors from counting their money at the table. Once a gambler wins, their hope for a bigger win increases, tempting them to place a bigger bet. The gambler will most likely use the money they won to place another bet repeatedly until they lose everything, eventually becoming addicts. One thing every gambler must know is that casinos exist to make money and not to sustain gamblers. Since getting consistent wins is hard, the gambler must leave the table as soon as they get the first win.

  1. “Every gambler knows that the secret to survivin’ is knowing what to throw away and knowin’ what to keep ‘cause every hand’s a winner, and every hand’s a loser, and the best that you can hope for is to die in your sleep.”

In gambling, you need to come prepared for a win or a loss. No game has a sure bet ever, and so anybody can win or lose. Furthermore, no prediction can ever guarantee a win. It is good to gamble only as much as one can comfortably lose. This strategy will leave enough room for another game the following day, without leaving adverse effects of the loss on the gambler. Therefore, because sports betting is a fun activity, every bettor must have a loss threshold.

Knowing what to throw away and knowing what to keep can also imply the ability to make hard choices as far as gambling/life balance is concerned. Many relationships have suffered for impulsive gambling issues, so the gambler must know what to prioritize and what to abandon. It is not wise to invest the time and money in the game at the expense of a family or career.

Kenny Rogers has used music to give invaluable advice to gamblers. When gamblers follow the advice, his award-winning masterpiece “The Gambler” can help prevent addiction to sports betting.

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Professional vs Amateur DJs – What’s the Difference?

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When it comes to DJs, there are a variety of DJs in the DJ business. There are club DJs, mobile DJs, radio DJs, and everything in between. Many people mistakenly think that all DJs are the same. We know that this is certainly not true. However, for brides, grooms, and any client who is considering hiring you, you need to be able to easily explain why this is not true for you!

Think about it. DJs post the same photos of their guests dancing, the same photos of their setups (and most people have similar looking equipment), and even write nearly the same thing on their websites, social media, and marketing materials. How can any bride, groom, or client who is not in the business possibly tell what the difference is when everything is so similar? It’s not easy.

What Makes You a Better Pro DJ?

We have to admit that we do very similar things. Are you the only DJ that offers uplighting or a monogram? Are you the only DJ that includes a ceremony system with a lapel mic, a “state of the art” sound system? I’m going to take a guess that you are not the only DJ who says these things. The point is that you need to differentiate yourself to stand out against the competition. What makes you better than your competition? Can you remove your logos and name from your website, and add your competitors’ name(s) or logos, and it has the same information as their site? If the answer is yes, you definitely need to change your info!

Ask yourself what makes you the better choice? If you honestly don’t know, it’s time to take a hard look at your business and find out. Your competitors likely already know their answer, do you? I’ve created a handy infographic (in the photo above) that has 5 key points about the differences between pros and amateurs. If you want to see the entire infographic and read more about how I explain each of the 5 points, visit my article The Difference Between Professional & Amateur DJs. Feel free to share the infographic and info. Please just credit Austin’s Best DJs website as the source. 🙂 Looking at this article should be a great starting point for you to figure out what truly makes you different and the best choice!

 

Feel free to comment. I always love hearing from the readers!

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No New Year New Me Baloney

The other day I went outside to finally start taking down all the Christmas lights I put up. It’s no small task. I’m “that guy” in my neighborhood. I have a simple philosophy when putting up the lights each year. If you can’t see them from space you need more. I like to think of my house as the Griswolds, but classier. The way I see it is if I can’t make my house look spectacular, then why would anyone hire me to do lighting for their event?

Taking down the lights gives me plenty of time to think. Of course I do everything the “DJ” way. All light strings get wrapped a certain way. Colors are separated in tubs and all the extension cords get wrapped and put in a different tub. Projection lights and lasers go in another tub. All of the other decor gets put in a section of my storage trailer. I have a 32ft storage trailer in my yard. two thirds is Christmas stuff the other third is Halloween. My wife doesn’t go in there. It saves a lot of arguments and needless questions like, “When did you buy that?”

As I spent the next three hours on autopilot taking the lights down I started focusing on what I wanted out of 2020. Personally, professionally, spiritually where was I going with this year. As I formulated my game plan and strategy for success my mind shifted to the topic of relevancy and authenticity. To really be successful I have to learn to be me ( the real me) and not a version that I think my clients or others want me to be. It’s a common trap we all fall into.

No matter how many pairs of skinny jeans I buy or if I dye my hair blue or get a man bun (never) that’s just not who I am. I always enjoy the eye rolling from my 17 year old daughter every time I try to be “hip”. She almost had a heart attack when she found out I was the DJ for her junior prom this year. On top of that her mom (my wife) will be there running the photo booth. I didn’t know a jaw could drop that far.

Where does that instinct to blend come from? Is it a fear of disconnect between you and your clients. Fear of being aged out of the game and no longer being relevant. I get it. I’m 51 and the average age of my bride’s is 29. Not to mention all the gigs I do for schools. I was born before men walked on the moon. How do I relate to kids and clients that have lived their whole life in the digital age?

By listening to them. Simple enough. I really believe that people can see right through our charades of wearing clothing styles they wear or using catch phrases from their generation to try and blend in. That instantly comes off as disingenuous. By the same token constantly referring to TV shows from the 1970’s isn’t going to help either. The trick is to use common phrases and be yourself when communicating. Identify their problems and offer solutions that solve them.

This year and moving forward, I want to work on being the best me I can. True happiness starts within and moves outward to embrace and touch every part of your life. Nothing or no one can “make” you happy but you. Everything else is just temporary feelings. You’ve got to learn to fill any voids within. Your family and friends will see that and your clients will see that. This is how you succeed.

 

PS I still have two more big trees full of lights to take down!

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No New Year New Me Baloney

The other day I went outside to finally start taking down all the Christmas lights I put up. It’s no small task. I’m “that guy” in my neighborhood. I have a simple philosophy when putting up the lights each year. If you can’t see them from space you need more. I like to think of my house as the Griswolds, but classier. The way I see it is if I can’t make my house look spectacular, then why would anyone hire me to do lighting for their event?

Taking down the lights gives me plenty of time to think. Of course I do everything the “DJ” way. All light strings get wrapped a certain way. Colors are separated in tubs and all the extension cords get wrapped and put in a different tub. Projection lights and lasers go in another tub. All of the other decor gets put in a section of my storage trailer. I have a 32ft storage trailer in my yard. two thirds is Christmas stuff the other third is Halloween. My wife doesn’t go in there. It saves a lot of arguments and needless questions like, “When did you buy that?”

As I spent the next three hours on autopilot taking the lights down I started focusing on what I wanted out of 2020. Personally, professionally, spiritually where was I going with this year. As I formulated my game plan and strategy for success my mind shifted to the topic of relevancy and authenticity. To really be successful I have to learn to be me ( the real me) and not a version that I think my clients or others want me to be. It’s a common trap we all fall into.

No matter how many pairs of skinny jeans I buy or if I dye my hair blue or get a man bun (never) that’s just not who I am. I always enjoy the eye rolling from my 17 year old daughter every time I try to be “hip”. She almost had a heart attack when she found out I was the DJ for her junior prom this year. On top of that her mom (my wife) will be there running the photo booth. I didn’t know a jaw could drop that far.

Where does that instinct to blend come from? Is it a fear of disconnect between you and your clients. Fear of being aged out of the game and no longer being relevant. I get it. I’m 51 and the average age of my bride’s is 29. Not to mention all the gigs I do for schools. I was born before men walked on the moon. How do I relate to kids and clients that have lived their whole life in the digital age?

By listening to them. Simple enough. I really believe that people can see right through our charades of wearing clothing styles they wear or using catch phrases from their generation to try and blend in. That instantly comes off as disingenuous. By the same token constantly referring to TV shows from the 1970’s isn’t going to help either. The trick is to use common phrases and be yourself when communicating. Identify their problems and offer solutions that solve them.

This year and moving forward, I want to work on being the best me I can. True happiness starts within and moves outward to embrace and touch every part of your life. Nothing or no one can “make” you happy but you. Everything else is just temporary feelings. You’ve got to learn to fill any voids within. Your family and friends will see that and your clients will see that. This is how you succeed.

 

PS I still have two more big trees full of lights to take down!

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25 Point Landing Page Checklist

Wedding Marketing

At the beginning of each year, I set one big goal. In 2011 it was to improve the appeal of my website so brides and grooms would:

1) Hang around longer, and

2) Click my call to action to enquire.

The big question back then was “How could I do that?”

Wedding Marketing

Wedding Marketing

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD FREE 25 POINT CHECKLIST

It took years of trial and error, but I never gave up, and today I’ve honed it down to a 25 Point Landing Page Checklist that gets me booked at national and destination weddings, and I want to share it with you.

If your website is not drawing in as many couples as you’d like it to, and your 2020 goal is to boost enquiries from your website, download your free 25 Point Landing Page Checklist today. You’ll discover what copy and imagery to change, so your site speaks directly to the wants, needs and desires of the brides and grooms you want to book.

The 25 Point Landing Page Checklist will make your shop window ‘stickier’, and reduce the number of couples who disappear from your website without clicking your call to action, get yours here: www.weddingmarketingmastery.co.uk/25-Points

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25 Point Landing Page Checklist

Wedding Marketing

At the beginning of each year, I set one big goal. In 2011 it was to improve the appeal of my website so brides and grooms would:

1) Hang around longer, and

2) Click my call to action to enquire.

The big question back then was “How could I do that?”

Wedding Marketing

Wedding Marketing

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD FREE 25 POINT CHECKLIST

It took years of trial and error, but I never gave up, and today I’ve honed it down to a 25 Point Landing Page Checklist that gets me booked at national and destination weddings, and I want to share it with you.

If your website is not drawing in as many couples as you’d like it to, and your 2020 goal is to boost enquiries from your website, download your free 25 Point Landing Page Checklist today. You’ll discover what copy and imagery to change, so your site speaks directly to the wants, needs and desires of the brides and grooms you want to book.

The 25 Point Landing Page Checklist will make your shop window ‘stickier’, and reduce the number of couples who disappear from your website without clicking your call to action, get yours here: www.weddingmarketingmastery.co.uk/25-Points

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MB #213 – ONLINE NOW

Looking Ahead with 20/20 Vision

So here we are diving into a new year and decade. Get ready by reading some great advice and practical tips, and get motivated by stories of personal improvement and passion-based businesses building. Also get a look at some fresh wedding music. All this and more inside this MB issue…

~ Dan Walsh, Editor-in-Chief

CLICK HERE OR ON THE COVER TO THE RIGHT TO READ NOW

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PLAYLIST:

LOOKING AHEAD
Reset for Next Year – Joe Bunn
Showing Up: Scratch or Bust in 2020 – Staci Nichols
Body Mechanics for DJs: The Basics – Stu Chisholm

CORPORATE EVENTS AND MORE
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year – Kevin Freese
Versatility – DJ Dayna

MUSIC
Wedding Songs to Watch in 2020 – Matt Campbell
Future Plans / Yacht Rock – Jay Maxwell

BUSINESS
What Makes You a PRO? – Troy Adams
Building a Brand… Part 3 of 3 – Matt Martindale

PEOPLE
Danny Koker & Kevin Mack of Counting Cars – Mike Cordeiro

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