IPod DJ Party Trend

Posted: Oct 22 2004, 1:36am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:05pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

iPod DJ Party Trend
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We received a press-release from the netherlands, where this November the first iDJ iPod Party is going to happen.

The iPod party in the GEM museum The Hague is based on the iPod Party concept from American duo Andrew Andrew DJ from New York and the guys from noWax. Basically anybody with an iPod can connect to the sound system and be the DJ for a short time.

The iDJ party works like this:
The iDJ's are the persons with an iPod, or any other mp3 jukebox who registar by email. They have to name the genre that they will play on the night, to order a T-shirt with a personal number, this is also the number for their turn on the turntable. The iDJ's plug their own iPod into the 2000 Watt mix-set, operated by the iHost and can play, always together with the next iDJ, 3 times about 3.30 min. per song. This will end up in a possible playlist of a total unknown song, or a self composed number, mixed with a oldie from 20 years ago or a hit from the present. This can bring harmonie or battle between 2 total strangers.
More details on the idjparty site.

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