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    Just Starting & Looking for Advice
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    I sell Disco Equipment (Retailer)
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  1. Obviously a little (a lot) biased here, but I'd wholly recommend subscribing to a legitimate music pool. Often the 'pools will offer many different discs in varying styles on a regular monthly basis, whilst providing affordable back catalog and themed 'collections'. Just my 2ยข :nbow:
  2. Yup, I can recommend Vista Print, good quality, fast turnaround with express delivery if needed. If you're looking for something a bit more top-end (and expensive) then I can recommend Moo.com, very nice premium quality cards.
  3. I would recommend staying with your original quote. Offering a discount like this often sets a bad precedent - especially if a lot of your business comes from referrals. It's a slippery downhill slope!
  4. Yeah I'd seriously recommend using an automated, incremental backup system. I've had great experience with Time Machine on the Mac and Todo Backup on my XP system. Never underestimate the need for a good, reliable backup. I would also recommend something like Crashplan for a complete last ditch safety net. Good luck!
  5. Hey Derek, Like many others have suggested I would recommend a CD backup at all times. Laptops will work 99% of the time but s*ds law dictates that they will break at some point. I would even go so far as having an iPod or similar hooked up with a few longish mixes loaded up to fall back on in case of a huge emergency. Good luck! :wall:
  6. Yup I'd really recommend Traktor with a decent (sturdy) control surface, ideally and S4 or something similar. Traktor really is a brilliant tool once you start digging deep into it. Remix decks and multiple cue points are very inspirational and useful if you're looking to spice up your sets.
  7. I'm afraid I can't be more help but I can definitely recommend that you play Panjabi MC - Mundian To Bach Ke. It's a classic that will most likely make the floor 'pop off'.
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