Here you will find more about out mobile DJ rig, setup, maintenance, programming and testing. Check out the articles if you have an interest in how it all goes together and the time we put into making it all hum.
I was hired to provide a full nights music for an 18th birthday party (May 13 2017) which saw approximately 80 people attending so it was quite a good night and I was able to test out properly my newer Beamer 8 lights and some refined programming of the lighting setup.
I was hired to play a 30th party which was held outdoors at a sporting club. I knew the person through friends and the night was a casual affair but offered me a chance to test drive my new setup and see how well it could fill a large outdoor area.
I started DJing when I was just 12 years old. While I loved the craft and enjoy making and playing music I placed my passion on hold for years to raise kids. Now i'm back and building the mobile DJ party system I always wanted when I was younger and it looks to be turning out better than I could have expected!
One of the components of the lighting setup is my trusty old PAR light chaser which I built from a kit back in 2002. It simply sequences 4 lights (80W PAR Flood Lights) either via an oscilator or via music. I have always loved this chaser because it's simple, rock solid and it fills a room with light. It was pretty much the single effect I could count on...
The updated lighting rig that we have been designing is now pretty much complete and undergoing programming. We initially spent a few weeks programming and testing the lights but have now decided to completely reprogram the lights to fit a number of different moods.
We have just started to rebuild our DJ service for the South Australian area and a friend of mine was having an outdoor party on a large property in the country so I decided to see if he would like me to test out the system. This was a perfect test as I needed to travel to the location and the party area was completely outdoors so sound wise it was a challenge.