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ISSUE: 102(JUL/AUG 2020)
The July/August edition of Pro Mobile is packed with the usual mix of articles, news, views and reviews all linked to the wonderful world of mobile DJing.

You can read all of the reviews and the first part of every article by following the links below, but to read the articles in full and get the complete Pro Mobile experience you’ll need a copy of the physical magazine – click ‘Subscriptions -> Magazine’ above to get hold of one!

Until next time, keep ‘em dancing!

Eddie Short, Pro Mobile Editor
IN THIS ISSUE
Strap yourself in, this is a (not so) little story about my journey of being a DJ!
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During these strange times, we are all adapting our daily routine to ensure we remain active... both physically and mentally. Whilst the live events are currently on hold, I'm personally kept busy with my job as Label Manager of Mastermix, child-minding my two young sons and the usual home duties that have resulted in the tidiest garden in the world and the cleanest my car has ever been!
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Greg Cartwright explores the mobile DJ marketing potential of Instagram Stories and offers up a few need-to-knows for before you tap that share button...
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After what has felt like a lifetime of fussing over what system I wanted to replace my ageing Numark equipment with, I finally plumped for an ex-demonstration Denon MCX8000. Having sorted out a version of Engine that actually worked, I was off and running. I’m very happy with it and the main reason I chose it is because I wanted something simple and user-friendly that allows me to beat mix my music.
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WHAT WILL WEDDINGS LOOK LIKE IN THE NEW SOCIALLY DISTANCED WORLD AND HOW CAN DJS ENSURE WE REMAIN AN IMPORTANT PART OF THEM?
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In the late ‘80s I worked at a famous jazz club called Jaylins in Berne, Switzerland. Every fortnight they booked in different musicians to work together for the two weeks, i.e. a drummer, sax player, bassist etc. Most of these guys weren't world famous but were well-known to jazz aficionados and were mostly old black dudes in their 50s, 60s and 70s.
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Over the last 10 years or so, my wedding DJ business has morphed from an evening only disco service to focusing on ‘all-day’ affairs where I’m entertaining couples and their guests from before the ceremony until the last ‘one-more-song’ of the night. I’ve introduced many ideas into my services: some inspired by other DJs and entertainers, and others that have appeared in my head out of necessity or just random thought.
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As the music world pays tribute to Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider, Greg Cartwright explores how four German art students with a penchant for home-made drum machines pioneered electronic music for the digital age.
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REVIEWED
REVIEWED: DENON DJ PRIME GO!
REVIEWED: Q-AUDIO QWM 1950 HH+BP
REVIEWED: PIONEER DJ REKORDBOX 6.0
REVIEWED: SARAMONIC SMARTRIG+
CONTRIBUTORS
ADVERTISERS
DJ Kit, Mastermix, RCF, Bose, Yamaha, Pioneer, Alan Berg, Adam Hall, Peavey (B & M), Ohm, Pro Mobile Conference, DJ Superstore, BPM DJ Show, WestEnd DJ, Nicolaudie, QSC,
Mobile DJ Network, Lotronic, Bishopsound, Tronios BV (Beamz), DJ Event Planner, NADJ, American DJ, Novo Pro, Saramonic (Q-Audio), CD Pool, Vortice AV Distribution (DAS),
Phase One DJ Store, Mobile Entertainment Expo & PBX & Chauvet DJ