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Dj_Kray

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About Dj_Kray

  • Rank
    Sorry about my spelling!
  • Birthday 07/06/1976

Previous Fields

  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Level Of Experience
    Professional - I D.J as a full time occupation
  • Associations
    Not Currently a Member
  • Areas of cover
    hampshire
  • Reason for Joining
    I work in broadcasting / media
  • DJ Category
    Roadie

Profile Information

  • Location
    Hants
  • Interests
    Music, football (pompey), clubbing, traveling, video editing. I'm also a bit of a friends tv show fan.
  1. Thats just wrong, and the client is stupid to think size matters tongue out icon
  2. Ha ha yes done this plenty of times, in the club i work i get loads of birthday shouts so i just add the fake song request to there name.
  3. I do understand why if you do a gig at the same place a lot you would do it at or near the normal gig price but i normally do a fair few different places over xmas and would rather be with my wife and friends nye so thats why im working for 700 quid.
  4. Well done on how you handled the situation. I always when faced with this type of thing just say i will happily play what they want as they are paying me. but i would not be able to Guarantee the guest will dance. this normally make the list less rigid and normally let me take a bit more control over the music. but again well done. you delt with it well!
  5. lol i wish i was that young still. it must be a new feature added since my last visit.
  6. Hi i hope you have all been well. Its been a while. Just thought id pop by and say hi. tongue out icon
  7. You are right in thinking that good headphones will help with beat mixing, that and lots of practice i remember at first thinking i would never get it, but now its as easy as walking in fact easyer as i can still mix drunk http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/pepsi.gif the headphones marky marc mention are great i find them a little too light weght for me i have been using the pionner hd1000s but are also quite expensive but they are the tool of my trade and only the best will do .
  8. season ticket holder at portsmouth and yes we are going down http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/014.gif
  9. 8% thats crazy http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/censored2.gif
  10. i have now 8 on cd the second ever 1 on cd after the very expensive now 4
  11. you can pick some peavey hi sys 2 on ebay quite cheap that is what i have just brought and had before hevey but good value for money i would had gone for the fbt's if i giged more but most of my stuff now is club so you will have to weigh up whats more important to you
  12. QUOTE (C.S @ Feb 16 2006, 12:43 PM) Come on guys lets leave play school level and be adults again. This thread went childish to the extreme. I agree its turning in to the new vinyl over cd debate which i still get at the end of the day it personal preferance and the original question was 800s over 1000s
  13. either have a mix or tidy my music up as my cd books can get messy quick http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/biggrin.gif when im in a club i have to warm up first any way as hate going on cold
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