Are you a frustrated club DJ, who wants to make great money playing mobile? Do you already have a part-time mobile DJ business, but you're struggling? Are you a complete beginner, ready to learn how it's done today?
It is a complete course to help you set up a profitable part-time mobile DJ business. Designed for both complete beginners and existing DJs, it is LESS about technical skills and MORE about building an easy-to-run "hobby business" that's loads of fun, and gives you a great second income.
This course has trained hundreds of busy people, with families and "day jobs", how to earn thousands extra per year as part-time mobile DJs. It comprises 80 video lessons50 downloadable handouts and worksheets13 "Case Study" DJ interviews, plus 12 hours of record classroom sessions - all you need to do this!
Step-by-step, with clear tuition and all the resources you need to "lock in" the learning including questionnaires, checklists, "homework", a student assessment and more, it covers all of this:. What's REALLY important to know from the start not what you think Mindset is everything - you'll learn what's really important to build a successful mobile DJ business we can almost guarantee it isn't what you think. We'll show you how to identify the skills, experiences, networks and assets you already have that can help with your mobile DJ business.
This will build your confidence and belief that you can do this, right from the off - and get you off to a flying start. How to AUTOMATE the boring stuff so you can do what you love Whether you're a new or struggling mobile DJ, the crux of this module is to help you "set and forget" the tedious parts of your business, leaving you to concentrate on the fun stuff.
Here you'll learn how to get your branding right, how the "sales funnel" works in mobile DJing, and the truth about how to charge more. We'll help you build a website and Facebook Page, plus you'll learn how to conquer Google for free.
We'll show you how smart DJs are using business cards, leaflets and brochures, and you'll also be coached in exactly how to conduct "sales conversations" to close bookings every time - plus how to maximise referrals and repeat bookings. How to QUICKLY build a mobile DJ music collection right for ANY gig Learn how to go from zero to the perfect music collection quickly and cost effectively, using all the tricks including: Legally using streaming services for Untitled (Blueprint BP014-A1) - Claude Young - DJF 1100 - DJ Friendship (CD) accessing "secret" sites, services and apps to uncover the gems other DJs can't find; properly preparing, formatting and "packing" your tracks for gigs; and sorting, searching and filtering your music while DJing to find the perfect track to play next, every time.
This module on its own will likely save you many times the cost of the course! Learn how to avoid expensive mistakes when choosing your gear for mobile DJing. Discover what to spend your money on to get the best "bang for your buck". Find out how to choose the right software. Plus all you need to know about PA systems, lighting rigs, DJ furniture - and everything else to complete your modern DJ set-up.
Other things covered include how to ensure you get paid, doing your in-gig marketing, and what you need to know to do a great job at weddings and corporate gigs. Once your DJing becomes a success, we'll show you how to increase profits while staying as a "side hustle", or even how to launch a fledgling full-time business. The "success accelerators" covered here for once you've mastered what's in the rest of this course include: Expanding your partnerships; implementing quarterly progress audits and goal-setting; and leveraging external help.
They're all covered here. I've hand-picked over a dozen mobile DJs from around the world who are doing exceptional things, many of whom have taken this course to get to where they are. They Untitled (Blueprint BP014-A1) - Claude Young - DJF 1100 - DJ Friendship (CD) only share their secrets with you as video, audio and transcriptionbut you'll find many of them in the StudentHub Facebook Group as "ambassadors" too, able to answer your questions as you learn!
The New Mobile DJ Blueprint is an interactive online coursedelivered in full HD video, viewable on your computer, tablet or smartphone, so you can learn anywhere. There are no time limits on when you choose to take it; it's yours to keep for life. Pay now, learn at your own pace, and refer back to it whenever you want—even all future upgrades are yours for free! Direct tutor access There's direct access to your tutors that's me and the team at every step of the course, so you can ask questions when you need help, Untitled (Blueprint BP014-A1) - Claude Young - DJF 1100 - DJ Friendship (CD) speed up your learning.
Direct tutor access. There's direct access to your tutor at every step of the course, so you can ask questions when you need help, to speed up your learning. Supporting materials. All materials that can help you succeed at your business is provided. Over 50 resources designed to maximise your income FAST! Profit and loss projector. Pre-filled with figures to show you how to calculate, predict and track how much you're projected to earn each year, based on gig fees, bookings, marketing expenses, fixed costs and more.
See how small changes can lead to big profits! Unique training portal. Our custom-built training portal lets you mark lessons as complete to track your progress, bookmark lessons you want to come back to and be notified of answers to your questions, by tutors and fellow students.
Supporting materials All materials that can help you succeed at your business is provided. Profit and loss projector Pre-filled with figures to show you how to calculate, predict and track how much you're projected to earn each year, based on gig fees, bookings, marketing expenses, fixed costs and more. Unique training portal Our custom-built training portal lets you mark lessons as complete to track your progress, bookmark lessons you want to come back to and be notified of answers to your questions, by tutors and fellow students.
Of course we've got the stuff you'd expect, for instance:. TTR: The mastering used on the issues cuts off the very short segment of the Beatles song, Ticket to Ride, that appears for a brief instant at the end of the master tape. It is not heard on these CDs. Front cover, back cover: The front and back covers remained the same for pressings during the second and third year. The back cover continued to have perforations along the fold lines.
And the price of the CD remained at Y3, which was still printed on the back cover. Case spines: The text and color on the left and right case spines remained the same as on the issues. Beginning sometime inthe obis came with rounded corners. However, some CD have been found with an obi with square corners. The jewel case changed a bit in the middle of There was no longer any imprint on the back of the clear case. Additionally, the top and bottom spines were changed.
Jewel case spines. Jewel case spines: Sometime in midthe top and bottom of the jewel cases changed. While the and early cases were smooth sided with a circular hinge, late and cases had ridges added to the top and bottom.
Additionally, the hinge changed from a circle to more of a squared extension of the rest of the spine. A CD label. The compact disc label: The compact disc labels featured the same design in the second and third year pressings, with a black triangle on a silver label.
Jewel Case: Smooth top, bullet stops, nothing imprinted on back of case cover. Obi: Grey obi with square corners. The price of the CD remained at Y3in lateand this price was shown on the obi, on the back page of the CD booklet, and on the back cover of the CD. Top of jewel case. Jewel case: The jewel case remained the same as the late case, with the top and bottom spine having the ribs. The back cover continued to list a price of Y3at the bottom.
Back cover inlay perforations: The back cover inlay found on the Toshiba-EMI issues had a right angle fold where the spines connect with the back cover, with perforations along the fold lines.
The compact disc label: The compact disc labels featured Untitled (Blueprint BP014-A1) - Claude Young - DJF 1100 - DJ Friendship (CD) same design, with a black triangle on a silver label.
However, there were a couple of minor differences from the Sony pressings. Matrix band: The matrix band on the early Toshiba-EMI pressings had a Untitled (Blueprint BP014-A1) - Claude Young - DJF 1100 - DJ Friendship (CD) wider matrix band than the Sony pressings.
Also the matrix information was put on in a different way, and it is much harder to read. It is necessary to tilt the CD at a 20 degree angle to see the matrix information. Jewel Case: Ribbed top. The reason I am listing this release separately from the other issues is that this issue had a unique Sony matrix and hub imprint. Front and back cover: The front and back covers remained the same as the earlier pressings. The initial price of these issues was Y3, although copies were later sold when the price had decreased and thus were sold with a later version of the obi with a different price on it.
Jewel case spines: The top and bottom case spines have ridges, and the hinge is a squared extension of the rest of the spine.
Case tray: The back of the case tray changed a bit in The Sony label. Compact disc label: The compact disc labels featured the same design as the earlier Sony issues, with a black triangle on a silver label. Late hubs. Plastic hub imprint: Two different hubs have been found on these CDs.
Here is a list of the known late Sony pressings of Dark Side of the Moon, listed by matrix information. Jewel Case: Ribbed top, long case stops. Hub: Nothing printed on the hub. Mastering: The late Sony Records issues still had the same mastering as the first issues.
TTR: These mastering used on the issue cut off the very short segment of the Beatles song, Ticket to Ride, that appears for a brief instant at the end of the master tape. It is not on these CDs. Jewel case: The jewel case remained the same as the one from the previous year, with the guides the same length, and the top and bottom spine having the ribs. Label variations. Compact disc label: The compact disc label basically did not change, with a black triangle on a silver label. However, there were a couple of minor differences in the manufacturing process.
Matrix band: Untitled (Blueprint BP014-A1) - Claude Young - DJF 1100 - DJ Friendship (CD) matrix band on the early Sony pressings was slightly narrower. Toshiba-EMI Records matrix fonts. Looking closely, it appears that the first part of the matrix CP U was added at a different time than the latter part of the matrix 1A1 TOas they appear to be a different size and reflect differently when viewed at an angle also note the dots underneath the 1A1 TO, which do not appear underneath the rest of the matrix.
These dots, which are nearly invisible to the naked eye, and the corresponding 1A1 TO appear to have been added at a different time than the rest of the matrix.
The matrix information on the Toshiba-EMI pressing was:. Both the EQ and levels have changed from the prior Sony mastering. This segment was not included on the Sony mastering. So although the CD basically looks identical to the earlier pressings, there was a substantial change in the sound of the CD. And the only way to visually differentiate between the Sony pressings and the Toshiba-EMI pressings is to check the matrix information on the CD. Nct Sticker -ltd.
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