Layne wrote:I know for us, we have 16 in camp dj's who contribute year round to the success of the camp by building and contributing sound, as well as their talents for fund raising.
We also try to incorporate other dj's from sound camps but there
are only so many hours in the day and we really didn't get started
until Tuesday afternoon.
Each of us only got around 2 hours on the decks total - give or take.
My advise is to get in with a camp and contribute as much as you can
before Burning Man. That is the one way to ensure you some playing
dragonfly Jafe wrote:That would be best (fits the self reliance theme also). It is hard enough babying a stereo on the Playa, keep drinks out of it, keep the volume at a point where the speakers won't blow, etc. Having a "guest" come into that mix is just asking for trouble. However, if you spent a few hours getting to know the people behind the setup, you might have better luck. Too many people seem to want top just waltz up and start messing with a $2000 DJ system like it's a tape deck...
playasnake wrote:a little bit later we figured out it was freq nasty, 10sui and tobi. they had been wandering around trying to find systems to let them play, but since they didnt play trance, they were having a hard time... ahhaahaha
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