Music is the lifeblood of a DJ’s career, and if you fail to keep up with the latest trends in music, you can easily lose out on gigs and opportunities that were amenable to you only months ago.
Not only does the modern DJ need the hottest Top 40 tracks, but they also need to be prepared for special requests and even “Throwback Thursdays.”
That’s why record pools exist – to ensure you’ve got a steady supply of old, new, and exclusive content to get the party bumping. Joining a record pool just makes sense! And in this guide, we look at the best record pools or DJs.
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BPM Supreme isn’t just for DJs but also producers and artists. Not one to over-explain their services, BPM Supreme keeps it tight with a minimal website. It’s a pro and a con, to be honest. We’d appreciate a little more guidance ourselves.
But here are the key facts we’ve gathered from their website:
- BPM Supreme is partnered with over 100 partner record labels. New music is added daily.
- When you join, you get access to top tracks, exclusives, libraries, and playlists. BPM Supreme also offers personalized recommendations.
- You can follow your favorite artists, “favorite” top songs, and get notified as new releases arrive.
- Tracks come in multiple versions – instrumentals, a cappella tracks, radio edits, and the like.
- Their library includes top Open Format genres like pop, hip-hop, R&B, dance, and house. They also cover Latino genres like tropical, reggaeton, cumbia, and bachata.
- They have a built-in visual waveform mini-player and maxi-player for previewing tracks.
- Their advanced search feature lets you search by song title, artist, album, playlist, or even filter via key, genre, version, or bpm.
- They have apps for iOS and Android devices. You can use BPM Supreme from your desktop, laptop, or mobile devices.
Pricing / Plans
BPM Supreme has two types of plans – Standard and Premium. Overview below.
- Standard (Open Format): $9.99 per month.
- Standard (Latin): $9.99 per month.
- Standard (Open Format & Latin): $14.99 per month.
- Premium (Open Format): $19.99 per month.
- Premium (Latin): $29.99 per month.
- Premium (Open Format & Latin): $54.99 per month.
The main difference between standard and premium plans is that with premium plans you get access to playlists and curated sets.
While we are primarily concerned with what BPM Supreme can offer DJs, some of their other services could certainly apply. These include:
- Royalty-free samples and sound packs. Samples and sound packs can be used for creative DJing, beat-making, and music production. BPM Supreme works with over 80 partner labels to deliver one-shots, loops, FX, vocals, and other sounds. They have thousands of sample packs to choose from for an array of genres. Plans start at $0.99 per month.
- For artists. Unsigned artists can upload their music to BPM Supreme to have it played by DJs. You can set up an artist profile, and track your progress with analytics (impressions, plays, downloads). You must apply and be accepted into BPM Supreme’s Artist Network to be able to share your music with top DJs.
BPM Supreme has got a slick website. But they do make you work for your info. We get that attention spans are short, but sometimes too little website copy is just too little website copy.
This is fine for experienced DJs, but those just getting started may find themselves scratching their heads to get the kind of breakdown we’ve just offered.
That said, where BPM Supreme’s front end leaves something to be desired, the back end is where they truly shine. With simple navigation, solid search functionality, and high-quality tracks, they might just be worth writing home about yet.
You can download high-quality MP3s from their site (320 kbps) and export them to DJ software including Traktor, VirtualDJ, Serato, and Rekordbox.
BPM Supreme’s mobile apps are also supreme, and if you’re the type that feels inspiration coming on in the oddest of places – on the train, at the mall, by the river, etc. – you can pull up the app and start making your playlists on the spot.
Overall, BPM Supreme is considered one of the leading DJ record pools and is more than worth a look if you need access to more music.
ZIPDJ calls itself “the world’s best DJ pool” (you’ll find this a repeating theme among record pools). No, that doesn’t make them insecure at all.
It’s not all just hype, though, because ZIPDJ boasts:
- Advanced search functionality. You can search their database via artist, track, genre, key, bmp, and label.
- Large music selection. ZIPDJ specifically says “largest” though this point could likely be argued. That said, they do have over 400,000 tracks in over 60 genres. You’ll find pop, R&B, hip-hop, dance, house, Top 40, Latin, and the biggest electronic EDM catalog out there. ZIPDJ is said to be the best record pool for house music too.
- Curated playlists and packs. Don’t want to start from scratch? No problem. You can take advantage of curated playlists that are going to bring the sizzle to the dancefloor without all the worry.
- Unlimited downloads. Once you’ve joined, you get access to ZIPDJ’s entire library, and you can even start downloading from their catalog immediately.
Pricing / Plans
ZIPDJ is a little pricier than most, but it’s worth it if they’ve got the goods you need.
- Silver: $25 per month.
- Gold: $30 per month.
Pro Unlimited plans:
- 1 Month: $35 per month (first month special – normally $50 per month).
- 3 Months: $45 per month.
- 12 months: $35 per month.
The main thing the Pro plans offer that the Intro plans don’t is unlimited downloads and curated essentials packs / playlists.
ZIPDJ does not have additional services as BPM Supreme does.
The main features you get when you sign up for ZIPDJ are music from over 3,000 top labels in over 60 sub-genres, ID3 tagged files, high-quality MP3s (320kbps), access to the full music library, preview, search, one-click downloads, and advanced music discovery.
Unlimited downloads, curated essentials packs, and playlists are only available with Pro Unlimited plans.
With the biggest electronic catalog of any DJ record pool, ZIPDJ has got a portion of the record pool market on lock.
Their website is simple, sleek, and most importantly, easy to understand. Their navigation and search functions are also solid, and they continue to add new music discovery functionality to their platform to improve customer experience.
While ZIPDJ does not have a mobile app like BPM Supreme, their website is good enough that it’s not much of a detractor from the value they offer.
DJcity prides itself in offering the following benefits to its users:
- Bulk downloads. You can download multiple songs simultaneously from your browser or phone.
- Curated playlists. Don’t worry about trying to reinvent the wheel – take advantage of DJcity’s curated playlists, featuring the top music of the day, including House and Afrobeats.
- Enhanced search. Utilize search and built-in filters to find what you’re looking for faster.
- Day / night mode. Don’t sacrifice your eyes (or sleep) while browsing for music. Take advantage of the day / night modes to adapt to your environment and preferences.
- 5 record pools in one. DJcity has access to tracks sourced from the UK, Germany, Japan, Latin America, and the US.
- Desktop and mobile apps. Browse the library using the device of your choice.
- Exclusive releases. DJcity’s remixers and producers offer up exclusive tracks.
- DJ software integration. DJcity integrates with Serato DJ, VirtualDJ, TRAKTOR, and Reckordbox.
Pricing / Plans
New users can subscribe for $10 per month (introductory offer only).
DJcity is primarily focused on its record pool service. That said, they do have a YouTube channel with plenty of useful information.
One of the best things about DJcity is probably its exclusive releases created by their in-house remixers and producers. You truly won’t find these anywhere else. They also have a formidable selection of curated playlists.
DJcity’s catalog is somewhat small, especially compared to other DJ record pools out there. Their electronic music selection is limited, and so is their back catalog. So, this is a factor you will want to balance alongside all others while shopping for the ideal DJ record pool.
Both the desktop and mobile versions of the DJcity app are nicely set up, with the ability to search via artist, track name, or genre, bpm, and key, as well as filters for version type (intro, clean and dirty versions, a cappella tracks, remixes).
Crate Connect offers the following key features:
- Responsive design. With Crate Connect Go, you can take advantage of Crate Connect on all devices – desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone, or otherwise.
- New music added daily. More and more music is being added to Crate Connect daily.
- Over 100 genres and sub-genres of music. A variety of styles and genres to choose from.
- Hi-res audio. Download high-quality WAV files.
- Advanced preview. Preview songs with a visual waveform.
- Create your playlists. Organize your music.
- Exclusive intros and remixes. Access a large library of exclusives.
Some of the genres they cover include acoustic, Afro house, Amapiano, country, dance-pop, midtempo, rap, hip-hop, indie rock, pop rock, reggaeton, rock, a cappella, Afrobeats, dancehall, electro house, indie dance, instrumental, and more.
Pricing / Plans
Crate Connect’s unique pricing model (which we assume they’ve tested) is as follows:
- 30 Days: $22.
- 90 Days: $55.
- 180 Days: $99.
Crate Connect has tutorials showing how to use the desktop and mobile versions of their website. They also offer custom Crate Connect merch.
Crate Connect’s website is relatively basic, but as its walkthrough proves, its back end is on par with its competitors.
They’ve got solid search / filtering functionality, with the ability to sort by artist, title, genre, bpm, key signature, or song year.
In terms of exclusives, Crate Connect offers radio and club versions, remixes, and transitions. You can get everything as a high-quality 320 kbps MP3, but you can also get your tracks in WAV format, which may well factor into your plans.
As you may have noticed, Crate Connect does not have a mobile app specifically, but they do have Crate Connect Go for use with tablets and smartphones.
Some DJ record pools remove tracks from their website, but Crate Connect does not, which I honestly think is the smart way to do it. This makes it possible to find tracks that may have gone out of style long since. You can find material from the 70s onward.
MyMP3Pool offers unlimited MP3 downloads for DJs. Their library features over 2.1 million tracks in 444 genres. Their key features include:
- High-quality tracks. You get 320 kbps MP3 files.
- Track versions. Clean, dirty, remixes, instrumentals, a cappella, and more.
- ID-tagged files. Tracks are tagged with genres and bitrates. Tags are verified. Tracks are Serato ready.
- Official promotional releases. Provided by the record labels themselves.
- Curated playlists. Made by professional DJs.
- Charts. Stay on top of trends in the DJ world.
- Bulk downloads. Create a playlist and download it in its entirety.
Pricing / Plans
MyMP3Pool offers the following plans:
- Free: Full access to the site with 30-second track previews. Downloads disabled.
- Monthly: $19.95 per month. Unlimited tagged MP3 downloads, multiple versions, and pre-set cue points.
- Annual: $16.63 per month. Everything in the Monthly plan plus 20% off all items in their merch store.
MyMP3Pool also has a merch store with T-shirts, sweaters, zip-ups, hats, slipmats, and stickers.
As a go-to for hip-hop and radio DJs, MyMP3Pool features a two-million-plus library spread out over more than 400 genres. As with most record pools, MyMP3Pool gets promotional releases from various labels to offer its users exclusive content.
With MyMP3Pool, you can create your playlists, but you can also access an array of professional playlists.
The search function lets you filter by version, bpm, or key. For those who like to stay on top of the latest DJ trends, the charts should prove a valuable discovery tool.
As with BPM Supreme, you can view MyMP3Pool’s catalog for free. So, if you’re not sure whether MyMP3Pool would be right for you, you can try it before you buy it.
Digital Music Pool
Digital Music Pool boasts the following features:
- Mobile ready. With their mobile-ready website, you can save tracks for later and download them in bulk to your desktop.
- Enhanced interface. You can search for what you’re looking for using the advanced sorting options, which include exclusives, genre, and top downloads. The dashboard also features day and night modes.
- Digital Music Pool exclusives. Access exclusive early releases, a cappella tracks, edits, and remixes.
- Unlimited downloads. Download entire crates or one track at a time. Digital Music Pool users can download every track on the website up to three times.
Digital Music Pool’s genre offerings include Afro-house, bass house, deep house, future house, progressive house, tech house, dubstep / trap, hip-hop, R&B, holiday, Latin, reggae, DJ tools, and much more.
Pricing / Plans
Digital Music Pool either offers month-to-month subscriptions or multi-month deals, as follows:
- Month-To-Month: $27.99 per month.
- 3 Months: $69.97.
- 6 Months: $134.94.
- 12 Months: $249.87.
Most if not all record pools have partnerships with record labels, but Digital Music Pool is one of the few promoting partnership opportunities right on their website. Digital Music Pool partners get access to:
- Advanced analytics. Keep track of how your tracks are doing using Digital Music Pool’s built-in system. Keep an eye on your stats and data.
- Feedback system. Get actionable feedback from DJs, producers, and radio stations.
- Choose when your tracks are released. Music is released to artists and radio stations across the world.
- Get more exposure. Digital Music Pool offers various promotional packages.
- Reach top DJs. Radio and club DJs alike are always looking for new music.
Digital Music Pool also hosts contests with cash rewards and other benefits. Their current contest is the Summer 23 Mashup Contest.
Digital Music Pool uploads new 320 kbps MP3 files to their site daily. Users get unlimited downloads and access to exclusive edits, remixes, a cappella tracks, and early releases from partner labels and artists. Reportedly, Digital Music Pool releases over 75 exclusives per month.
Again, we find no issue with their user interface. It is easily navigable, and it has day and night modes (a feature that is often emphasized in record pools).
The search function lets you sift through genres, exclusives, and top downloads, and you can also check out Digital Music Pool’s new releases, DJ top 10 picks, exclusive site picks, as well as the USA & worldwide top 40 charts.
Digital Music Pool does not have an app, but as with Crate Connect, it is mobile-ready.
In terms of versions, you can expect to find clean, dirty, “quick hitters,” a cappella tracks, intros, and remixes. Digital Music Pool also offers DJ and music production tools.
Digital DJ Pool
Digital DJ Pool calls itself the “world’s best” record pool and DJ network – a claim most record pools like to make in some way, shape, or form. Unique marketing, guys.
Said Digital DJ Pool offers:
- Daily updates. New music is added daily to the website. You can scan the Digital DJ Pool charts, trends pages, and daily hand-picked lists.
- High–quality downloads. 320 kbps MP3 files with perfect tags (artist, title, genre, bpm, key, version), as well as cue points. Files are drag-and-drop ready for Serato.
- Multiple versions. Intros, clean, dirty, a cappella, and remixes, along with song mixing recommendations.
- Unlimited downloads. Download a single track or download crates full of tracks. It’s okay, it’s unlimited.
- Over 40 genres. Includes hip-hop, R&B, electronic, house, twerk, trap, dubstep, pop, remix, mashup, and Caribbean, among others.
- DJ network. Supposedly the “world’s largest.” You can follow artists, DJs, and labels, create a personalized feed of music, and get notifications when there are releases in your network.
Pricing / Plans
Digital DJ Pool keeps it simple with monthly and yearly billing schemes, as follows:
- Monthly billing: $20 per month. You can try Digital DJ Pool for just $1 for the first five days. Subscription includes access to the record pool, DJ network, and mobile app.
- Yearly billing: $190 per year. You can try Digital DJ Pool for just $1 for the first five days. Yearly access to Digital DJ Pool is the same as monthly access.
Digital DJ Pool offers a music promotion service for artists, managers, and labels, giving them the option to submit music to DJs and radio stations across the world.
Digital DJ Pool says their 10,000+ DJs reach clubs and FM radio stations in over 300 countries worldwide, with 49,207 clubs and bars reached, and 2,935 radio stations reached.
Artists, managers, and labels can also get feedback from DJs, as well as which DJs are using your music, and where the DJs are located. You get to see which clubs and radio stations the DJs work at too.
You can also promote your music on the Digital DJ Pool trending pages and charts.
Those interested in promotional services can get started with Digital DJ Pool for free, with access to a global DJ network, club and radio exposure, analytics, and feedback.
Digital DJ Pool’s library has 150,000 songs in over 40 genres. You can find multiple versions, song-mixing suggestions, and even DJ tools.
It is one of the few DJ record pools that has a built-in DJ social network, which means you can follow and interface with your favorite artists, DJs, and labels, and receive notifications when they’ve got something new.
Overall, Digital DJ Pool has a simple and easy-to-use user interface, a great search tool (note – the one downside is that different versions of tracks don’t always appear together), and perfectly tagged MP3 files.
Their mobile app is worth writing home about, with an equally superb search function. Building playlists on the go has scarcely been this fun.
Is Digital DJ Pool the right selection for you? Well, you only have to pay $1 (for five days of access) to find out. It might just be worth a look.
Direct Music Service
Digital Music Service has one of the funniest and weirdest consumer-facing websites we’ve ever seen – and that’s saying a lot, because we’ve seen a lot of websites.
Having landed on their site for the first time, you’re asked whether you’d like to enter or exit, with the disclaimer that if you enter, you’re acknowledging that you’re a professional DJ or industry professional.
Then, when you enter the site, you are promptly brought to their blog. I’m not saying people don’t want to visit your blog, Direct Music Service, but I have a feeling that’s not what they’re coming for when they first come to your site.
When you finally manage to navigate to the “join” page, the page does not scale horizontally properly (forcing you to scroll left to right), with what looks like an ad covering the right-hand side of the page (it follows you around too).
It seems Direct Music Service has received praise for its website in the past, but I think someone ought to tell them what I’m sharing here instead of buttering them up all the time. Even their signup forms look old…
Funny business aside, Direct Music Service is one of the most popular DJ record pools out there and is used by some of the top names (like DJ Jazzy Jeff) in the business too. Their genre selection is also impressive.
Their primary features include:
- Quality DJ edits. DJ-friendly intros, re-drums, short edits, hype edits, a cappella outs, DJ tools, samples, loops, transitions, and more.
- Mobile app. For Android or iOS. The mobile app syncs with Dropbox.
- Updated five days per week. Monday through Friday.
- Submit requests. Get the edits you want.
- Exclusive edits. Thousands of edits you won’t find elsewhere.
- Huge variety of edits. Spanning all decades of popular genres.
- Advanced search. With simple navigation, a preview player, and top downloads charts.
- Added benefits. Pro Monthly and Pro Yearly users get a complimentary PRO membership of SmashVidz.com.
Pricing / Plans
- Monthly: $29.95 per month. One month of access and 40 downloads.
- Yearly: $269.95. 40 downloads per month.
- Monthly: $44.95 per month. One month of access and 80 downloads.
- Yearly: $359.95. 80 downloads per month.
- Monthly: $64.95 per month. Unlimited downloads.
- Yearly: $449.95. Unlimited downloads.
Direct Music Service has an online shop with hats, T-shirts, hoodies, and more.
The Direct Music Service website is chock full of exclusive content, including edits and remixes you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Their genre selection is also expansive.
As noted, Direct Music Service has been around for a while, and its layout / design was in vogue somewhere around the turn of the millennium.
You do pay a premium for access to Direct Music Service, so you’d probably expect a little more in this regard. In case you’re wondering, their mobile app is of similar quality.
Some industry leaders still like Direct Music Service, and it’s understandable. Some people like sites with older designs, and some marketing experts would even say making money doesn’t have anything to do with slick design.
My only suggestion would be to cover the basics like mobile optimization.
Promo Only DJ Music Pool
Founded in 1992, Promo Only DJ Music Pool is one of the few destinations for DJs and VJs, and just as you would expect, you can get access to both audio and video content through their service.
Like Direct Music Service, their website is a little dated, and it makes you work for the information you need too.
Promo Only serves Top 40, country, urban, dance, modern rock, contemporary Christian, electronic, and Latin, among other genres. Their music files come in high-quality MP3 format, and their video files are broadcast quality. Files are tagged and include essential information like artist, title, bpm, and genre.
Pricing / Plans
Promo Only offers many plans, and we can’t possibly cover them all here, but the following are some of their most popular:
- Top 40: $12 per month.
- Country: $12 per month.
- Urban: $12 per month.
- Dance: $12 per month.
- Modern Rock: $12 per month.
- Contemporary Christian: $12 per month.
- Electronic Dance: $20 per month.
- Latin: $20 per month.
- Club Video: $25 per month.
- Hot Video: $25 per month.
- Urban Video: $25 per month.
- Country Video: $25 per month.
- Dance Mix Video: $25 per month.
- Modern Rock Video: $25 per month.
- Latin Video: $25 per month.
- Pool Audio Silver: $40 per month.
- Pool Audio Gold: $50 per month.
- Pool Video Silver: $50 per month.
- Pool Video Gold: $75 per month.
- Pool Platinum: $100 per month.
- Audio Silver Plus: $60 per month.
- Audio Gold Plus: $70 per month.
- Hot Video Classics: $25 per volume.
They have a custom app simply called POOL. POOL lets you manage your music files, preview tracks, play your music, organize your files, search, change tags, and more. POOL is Windows and Mac compatible.
Promo Only is certainly a unique service, thanks in part to the fact that it has been around since the early 90s. Those requiring audio and video content, however, may very much enjoy the benefits of membership.
Access to files is to be managed via their custom POOL application. It has a decent search function, along with three main tabs, including the “charts” tab with pre-curated playlists and weekly updated top 20 genre charts.
Promo Only may be well worth a look if you need video content for the types of events you’re putting on, but otherwise, you might want to explore the other options mentioned in this guide.
Like Direct Music Service, iDJPool forces you to agree to their terms before entering their site. Neat!
Their “DJ-only” service offers music for DJs of all types – radio, club, bar, mobile, mixshow, roller rink, ice skating rink, or other types of entertainers.
Their exclusive content includes remixes, edits, and re-drums.
iDJPool also boasts the following benefits:
- High quality MP3s. 320 kbps industry standard quality tagged MP3s. Files are compatible with popular DJ software, including Serato, VirtualDJ, and PCDJ.
- Unlimited downloads. Grab as much or as little as you need. Bulk downloading is also available.
- New music added daily. Along with the latest hits.
- Multiple versions. Original and remixes with clean and explicit versions.
- Mobile ready. Can be used with a web browser or smartphone.
iDJPool largely covers urban, dance, country, pop, and rock genres. They also offer access to about 90% of the leading hits across the world.
iDJPool was also nominated by the Winter Music Conference as the best DJ MP3 record pool in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.
Their consumer-facing website, best we can tell, is not mobile responsive.
Pricing / Plans
iDJPool’s plans are relatively self-explanatory, and are as follows:
- Urban DJ Pool: $25 per month.
- Country DJ Pool: $15 per month.
- Radio DJ Pool: $30 per month.
- MP3s for DJs: $30 per month.
- iDJPool: $50 per month. Access to all music styles, remixes, intros, quick mixes, bonus beats, DJ tools, holiday, website download version, and FTP download version.
iDJPool also has the option for record labels to submit their music on their site.
iDJPool was originally established in 1985, making it the oldest of all DJ record pools. It is considered one of the best resources for wedding DJs, and some of its genre-specific pools are reportedly excellent as well.
As a result, iDJPool also has one of the best back catalogs available, for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and more. If you need access to older tracks, this just might be the right place to look.
DJ Pool Records
DJ Pool Records isn’t exactly set up to welcome new visitors to their site. At least they’ve got the latest updates on their homepage!
Like Promo Only, DJ Pool Records is one of the few services offering video content in addition to audio content.
Their track selection includes pop, club, hip-hop, reggaeton, and much more, and they appear to have a relatively developed Latin section too.
They also have multiple track versions – intro, clean, dirty, re-drum, and so on.
Pricing / Plans
DJ Pool Records’ plans include the following:
- 1 Month Full Access: $19.99.
- 3 Months Full Access: $49.99.
- 6 Months Full Access: $89.99.
- 12 Months Full Access: $149.99.
None to speak of.
DJ Pool Records is a no-nonsense DJ record pool. We cannot confirm or deny the legitimacy of their operation, but they do appear to be adding new music to their site daily.
Heavy Hits claims to be a “reinvented” record pool and offers a mix of exclusives, tools, and curated playlists to DJs, producers, and more.
- Versions. Edits, remixes, a cappella, ins, outs, mashups, transitions, and more.
- Genres. Pop, hip-hop, R&B, Latin, electronic, dance, international, reggae, and dancehall (with many sub-genres covered).
- Straightforward interface. Use it to find what you’re looking for. Comes with a powerful search function (you can search by title, artist, genre, decade, key, bpm, and the like).
- Personalized crate. Save to your crate even while you’re on the go on your mobile device.
- Curated playlists. For all types of events – includes the likes of TikTok Trends, 2010s Party Starters, Nu Disco, Heavy Soca, Sorority Slaps, Latin House, Yaniss, Heavy Dancehall, 90s Rap To R&B, and much more.
Pricing / Plans
You can join Heavy Hits for $7.99. After the first month, the subscription costs $24.99 per month.
Not much, but Heavy Hits does have a blog and a dedicated email for promo and submissions.
All signs point to Heavy Hits being a relative newcomer, and yet what they’ve been able to accomplish in that time is noteworthy.
We’re not sure about them “reinventing” record pools (at least not yet)…
But their interface is stylish and easy to navigate. In addition to a search function (that allows you to search via artist, title, or tag), you can also freely navigate playlists, new releases, charts, “Heaviest Hits,” and “Heavy Picks” from the back end.
We’re not sure about the exact size of their library, but it appears to cover huge swaths of popular music, including Drake, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Young Thug, The Weeknd, and much more.
Top Record Pools For DJs, Final Thoughts
And there you have it – the best record pools for DJs. You probably won’t need more than one or two subscriptions ever to cover your needs, but it is nice to know what options are out there and what each of them offers, isn’t it?
Now you should be prepared for just about any occasion, no matter what kind of DJ you are. You could probably expand your operations into new venues and territories if you wanted to!
We hope you got everything you needed. Best wishes on your DJ journey.