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ISSUE: 73(SEP/OCT 2015)
In the words of Europe, "it’s the final countdown!” Now that September is upon us, it’s only a matter of days until the DJ industry converges on the Birmingham NEC for the annual BPM and PRO exhibitions. As we all prepare to de-camp to Brum for a few days, this issue of Pro Mobile should hopefully whet your appetite for what to expect this year.

We have a bumper edition of reviews featuring new products that will all be on display at the NEC. We were pleased to get one of the first ever demos of the highly-anticipated new Bose F1 flexible array loudspeaker system and I had lots of fun testing out Showtec’s FX Shot confetti cannon firing system. We’ve also got a review of CHAUVET DJ’s distinctive SlimBEAM Quad IRC up-lighting effect, amongst a number of others.

This issue is also packed with mobile DJ-related articles covering everything from school discos to organizing a music collection; daring to be different to the history of the microphone!
IN THIS ISSUE
Scottish wedding host and DJ Hugh McGuiness shares his story: from early DJ experiences to his current position as sought-after professional.
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Following his recent quest to find the ultimate method for organising digital music for DJing, Mark Walsh explains why knowing your DJ software and getting creative with your track-tagging are the keys to keeping things fresh behind the decks.
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Richard Lee, well-respected mobile DJ and label manager for Mastermix, shares the story of how he came to be a DJ and identifies a lesson to be learnt from his experiences back in the 80s.
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Richard Welsh explains how primary school discos can be very challenging, but also rewarding, and divulges his tips for keeping the children engaged throughout.
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In the latest installment of his 'Adventures of a mobile Disco Pioneer', Roger Squire recounts a story of his close brush with gangsters back in the late 60s.
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Derek Pengelly documents the history of one of the DJ's most important tools - the microphone, also explaining why it is so important to make the right decision when choosing a mic.
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In the first part of a new article series, 'Ian D' Smith recounts the story of his rise to prominence in the 90s dance scene, applying the lessons learnt to the modern mobile DJ business.
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In this installment of his regular article series, Richard Linton talks about gear and getting paid.
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