March 24, 2016
Winning gigs over your competition is tough. Most brides and grooms haven’t seen you perform. They don’t know that you’re better at reading the crowd. They don’t know that a party with you DJing will be the best of their life. So how can you hook them?
JammText is a solution. At your next bridal expo, use the TV screens you already have to show an interesting and engaging display. JammText allows you to show pictures of the bride and groom all night long, along with pictures and messages submitted by their friends and family. Don’t just use the TV for a short 15 minute slide show. Use it all night long to give the bride and groom an opportunity to engage with their wedding guests, capture candid moments, and share memories all in real-time.
March 22, 2016
Aside from the basic ability to play music and transition from one track to the next smoothly, what is it that separates a mediocre wedding DJ from a great wedding DJ? It’s their ability to play the right song at the right time, it’s how they engage with the audience to create memories that last a lifetime, not just for the bride and groom, but for all the guests sharing the special day. JammText gives DJs the ability to do that in more than one way.
March 14, 2016
JammText is a solution for DJ’s who want to boost their engagement with audiences. As DJs, we at Mixcity Inc wanted a tool that would allow us to connect with our audience, both at our gigs and later.
JammText Text To Screen Software
March 12, 2016
A DJ’s marketable skills begin with their talent and sound, but what really sets apart a great DJ is their ability to engage with the audience. Reading and interacting with the crowd is what carries weight with fans, hosts, and helps the DJ build a brand.
But as the culture has evolved, so have people’s expectations. Music is only a part of the draw for the audience. To hold their audience’s attention DJs have to stimulate not just ears but eyes, using elaborate light shows, dry ice machines and more recently video screens. Video DJs offer the added bonus of creating a mood with both sound and sight. But, without a video for every song, there are going to be gaps where visually rich videos are replaced by randomly generated graphics lazily bouncing across a screen. It can crush the mood. For the creators of JammText the solution was simple: why not take advantage of the opportunities offered by social media to tap into this unexploited engagement opportunity?