In today's review, DJTT's resident record pool expert Nick James takes a closer look at BPM Supreme. Since the last round up, their service has gone through major updates that make it even better for working DJs. It's also one of the only record pools with audio and video files for download. Keep reading for a comprehensive review.
Record pools continue to be one of the most popular ways for working DJs to get their music – and today we’re taking a closer look at one in particular, zipDJ. This site is one of the more diverse and exciting pools online for DJs – but how does it fair in real-world everyday use? […]
Every time a holiday like Halloween rolls around, DJ forums are flooded with posts asking for holiday-specific music for themed gigs. There's a lot of value in sharing gems among DJs, but too often these posts imply or state they have no music that fits the theme and have no idea where to look. Instead of looking for handouts from others, this guide aims to arm DJs with the tools to contribute their own finds to the discussion.
Back in May we discussed four record pools in the article Top Online Record Pools for DJs: 2013 Edition and based on your feedback we’re back with Part II to round out the list with some of your suggestions. In this edition, we feature five more pools, from the exclusive low-profile ClubKillers to the extensive Direct […]
If you’re passionate enough about music to become a DJ, you likely love it enough to get your tracks legally. But what is a DJ to do when money is tight and they want legitimate music? Simple! Sign up for a record pool. We last reviewed online record pools over three years ago, so today […]
We all too often see DJs on our forums and other online DJ communities asking for advice for an upcoming gig in a brand new genre or style than they normally play. While playing loads of gigs will give you some great experience, it’s also true that not every gig is right for every DJ. […]