From $64,000 Turntables to Personalized Remixes
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Implications - Being a Disc Jockey once meant toting around heavy crates of vinyl records, sweating underneath huge headphones all night and calloused hands rough from scratching records. In today's digital age, however, software and apps exist to help anyone become a DJ, resulting in a mass consumer demographic of DJ wannabes. This niche demographic has a set of needs to be met, calling companies to create quirky products for the DJs.