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ISSUE: 103(SEP/OCT 2020)
The September/October 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
I’m sat here in my office thinking, well how did it all happen? What were the key moments that lead me to my current position? Everything has been moving so incredibly fast up until now that I’ve never really sat back and thought about it all. In fact, I’m having to look through my photos to remind myself of the timeline!
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At about 3am on Sunday the 26th of January this year, I was tired, aching, emotionally exhausted but enjoying a much-looked-forward-to pint with Carl (Hirst – we often work together).
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Could you add down-tempo sets to your repertoire of DJ services?
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As we all hung up our headphones in March 2020, nobody would have thought we would still be staring at rooms full of equipment gathering dust in September!
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When was the last time you gave yourself permission to put yourself first?
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Are we in a Golden Age of sad but completely dance-able pop music? Greg Cartwright explores a trend that’s not so modern after all... and picks a selection of ‘sad bangers’ that every DJ needs in their collection.
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"While I know that parties with DJs haven’t yet been permitted to resume in the UK, some are taking place here in the States"
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Does the mere mention of ‘accounts’ fill you with dread? Are you terrified of numbers and prefer to leave ‘all that stuff’ to your accountant? Well, I’m here to say that it’s crucial – especially in these tough times – that you understand your accounts if you run a mobile DJ business. You need to have a good idea of which figures to keep an eye on so you can plan your next steps effectively.
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Can I do it in the mix? Yes, it's a play on words from the Indeep classic track, but it's also a really valid question. An unprecedented six month lay-off from work really does give us all time to think about how we can improve the experience of a gig for both out clients and ourselves.
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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: HOW IT CAN STOP RACISM AND IMPROVE YOUR DJ BUSINESS!
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It all started with a simple compliment. A simple moment where I took the time to give a little praise. To say something nice and genuine. That’s how a sad situation turned into a positive opportunity.
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REVIEWED
REVIEWED: CHAUVET DJ FESTOON 2 RGB
REVIEWED: HERCULES DJCONTROL INPULSE 500
REVIEWED: ADJ FOCUS SPOT 6Z
REVIEWED: BEAMZ BBP96 & BBP96S
CONTRIBUTORS
ADVERTISERS
DJ Kit, Mastermix, RCF, Yamaha, Pioneer DJ, Alan Berg, DJ Superstore, BPM DJ Show, WestEnd DJ, Nicolaudie, QSC, Mobile DJ Network, Lotronic, Bishopsound, Tronios BV (Beamz), DJ Event Planner, American DJ, Novopro, Q-Audio, Vortice AV Distribution (DAS), Mobile Entertainment Expo & PBX, Bose, Hercules DJ, JHS (Kam), Headstock Distribution, Chauvet DJ, Phase One DJ Store, Glasgow Sound Centre, DJ Supplies Sound and Light, Inspiration Sound & Light, ElectroMarket, DJ Dealer, Light and Sound Centre, Cumbria Sound & Lighting, Terralec, The DJ Shop, Southampton, RSD Music, Discotechnology, Simply Sound & Lighting & HW Audio