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50px 0; width: 200px;" />The Amazon Cloud Player debuted yesterday, and by
enabling users to stream and download music stored in the newly launched
Amazon Cloud Drive to virtually any Web-connected device—iPad and iPhone
excluded, naturally—it’s a solution for any DJ who has encountered what DJ
Chris encountered this past Saturday night.
There’s little doubt that social gaming will play a key role in the future of music promotion—they already have for food and clothing companies on Facebook games like FarmVille.
Is Deadmau5 the new Cascadian Farm Blueberries?
We just returned from the always-satisfying Ovum Party at The Shelborne. This year’s bash featured Josh Wink, Steve Bug, Nic Fanciuli, Davide Squillace, Shlomi Aber, and Manik, all part of the Ultra Music Fest, which has developed a reputation for shaving years off one’s life expectancy.
This year is no different… Read More >>
Morgan Page earned a Grammy nomination last year for Best Remixed Recording (Nadia Ali’s “Fantasy”), but there is no rest for the house-music weary, as they say.
Page has been issuing studio and DJ setlist advice on his Twitter account, and they are simply gleaming gems…
Can using Shazam on another DJ’s set be considered cheating?
Is the music ID app a coward’s way of trainspotting?
“Today’s DJs are cheaters,” said DJ D-Nice on Twitter. “Most dudes Shazam songs from other DJs and then add it to their set that night.” keep reading… Continue reading
Last we checked, more than 55,000 DJs have Facebook accounts—-who doesn’t, really, even our mother has one.
But how many DJs use Facebook to its full potential?
DeeJay Woody, (aka Eric Woodland) focuses on the key to effective Facebooking: establishing and maintaining a place in the news feeds of your fans, or… Continue reading
Can shadowing potential customers on Twitter pay dividends for DJs by opening up the spigot and allowing more bookings to flow into their coffers?
DeeJay Woody from Louisville thinks so.
“With Twitter, it’s a little different ballgame than Facebook,” he says. “It’s about harnessing the…
Dress is Miami casual chic. Think Pat Riley. Or Dwayne Wade—off the court.
And it’ll be at Tom Lord-Alge’s mansion, on Wednesday, March 23, at 1 pm.
Oh, and BT will be providing the blissful soundtrack.
DJs dispense wisdom at a Winter Music Conference seminar Continue reading
Owsley Stanley, dead at 76, changed live sound mixing. Continue reading