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About DJ_Ajay

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  • Birthday 16/01/1987

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    I'm abit of a techno kid, work for a tv station as a editor atm.<br>Djing at Isobar as a Retro dj (go figure)
  1. The weird world of abstract, need i say more....
  2. "Amazing how many phone numbers you can get in one night...."
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  4. I'm still doing stupit things, because I am a kid http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/tongue.gif
  5. Start by getting your school to pay you to do a social for them. (uses the money to rent the gear). Much as its very hard to start in a nightclub at the age of 16, don't give up hope. I started working in a nightclub at the age of 17, but I was a lighting tech. Even tho I wanted to be a dj, it was a step in the right direction and I was able to learn of the djs that worked there. Now I have my own concert system and work as a dj in a nightclub at the age of 19 and I'm not from a rich family, just work hard for what I want. So I would look at getting work in a club, aka glassie, bar tende
  6. Can I say a big thing everyone over looks is 'o-zone gas'. Strobe lights produce a toxic gas if run for a long period of time, more noticable in smaller venues. http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/huh.gif
  7. been no.1 is oz 4 a while
  8. Watch Australia fluke its way to the top !!!! http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/fish.gif
  9. One of my cdjs (1000mk2) stopped spinning cds oneday, it was about 3mths old. Had it looked at and a piece of dust had gotten into a micro-swtich, which caused the problem..... There a highly tuned piece of kit, but its scary to know a piece of dust can bring them down....
  10. Yeah its the same guys that were behind Turbosound, before it was sold. There pricey but the quality is un-matchable. But much as you and I would notice the quality differnce, would the average punter? and would they pay the extra money. I have a Martin Audio Wavefront Sys and much as it is very nice sounding and very powerful not every person is willing to pay the money to rent it.
  11. 18inchs can handle more power, but heres a tip for a sub of any size, sit them aganist a wall. Subs shoot just as much force out the back of the bin as the front. Sitting them aganist a wall will allow that lost force to be revrbarted back at the audiance. Hope that makes sense...... http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/tongue.gif
  12. mmm a big sound system.... i would def look at systems with atlest 4x18inch Bass drivers... http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/biggrin.gif
  13. FUNKTION ONE!!!!!! http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/rolleyes.gif What model have you got and are you rich? lol
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