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Francine learns how to DJ
Francine learns how to DJ
DJ Bootcamp

DJ Bootcamp

Thursday, June 17, 2004
Always wanted to be a DJ? Well now’s your chance to mix it up a little and have fun with some tunes.

The DJ/MC BootCamp School launched its first training course in 1997. It was started by Donte D'One from Las Vegas Nevada (USA) and the concept behind the BootCamp was to bring together, retailers, distributors, and professionally trained students across Australia.

At the BootCamp/Universal Beat mixing Schools, there is no political agenda (they don't play favourites to a particular company). They believe that the more choices you have, the better DJ/MC you'll become.

Because of this policy, across Australia at any of their 14 locations you will find equipment from Numark, Denon, Technics, Stanton/Shure, Roland/Boss, Omnitronic, Allen & Heath, Nightlife Music Video and SBA/Pulse Music Systems. The main objective is professional training. They have the latest in DJ Weaponry (Equipment) from the best Music/Equipment distributors and retailers in Australia if not the world!

There are courses for everyone from beginners and hobbyists to the advanced and courses are:
  • Beat Mixing Only
  • Universal Beatmixing School
  • Complete Industry Course
  • How to start your own DJ business
  • Premium DJ Club Course
  • Video DJ Course
  • Institute of Scratching- Scratching 101, Scratching 102 and Scratching 103.
  • School Holiday DJ Camp
  • Location


    More information

    DJ Bootcamp DJ School
    PO Box A2140
    Sydney South, NSW 1235
    Phone: (02) 9267 3655
    Fax: (02) 9267 4852

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