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Looking for high-quality DJ kits and musical instruments? You’ll find it all here at Gearooz. Whether you’re a professional or a hobbyist, we have all of the essential DJ gear you’ll need. In our dedicated DJ equipment range, you’ll find everything from controllers to mixers and headphones from the industry’s biggest and best brands. Don’t forget to check out our range of DJ stands and cases too, which are designed to keep your kit safe when transporting it from A to B and during a set itself. As well as our incredible lighting range, we also offer a selection of music equipment. With all the essential instruments and studio gear, you’ll find everything you need to make music. With free UK delivery and easy pay monthly options, buy DJ gear and more online with Gearooz today!

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FROM THE BLOG

  • How to Handle Rejection within the Music Business
    How to Handle Rejection within the Music Business

    We’ve all been rejected, it part of the business but you’ve got to make the most of it. Most simply move on and never come back but a rejection doesn’t take away the opportunity forever, it just may not be the right time for you or the company. If you want to make it in the industry you have to be persistent, and follow a few common ‘rules’ of handling rejection.

    The obvious first step, one you’ve probably done a few times is to show your appreciation for their time and effort. You’d be surprised how many people forget or simple don’t want to send a follow up email thanking them, sending a quick email will instantly make you stand out amongst the other applicants. We’ve spoken a lot about networking and making contacts and although we instantly think of doing this in bars and clubs it’s actually a great time to connect with professionals during the interview process. Within your email its worth mentioning how you’d love to stay in contact and work together sometime, they may

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  • Staying Positive: Your Music Career Mishaps
    Staying Positive: Your Music Career Mishaps

    We all have our low points in our career, its part of the journey. But trying to pull yourself back from a disaster or major rejection is easier said than done. Being a part of the music industry means you have to come to terms with the fact that you will encounter a lot of setbacks, but if you genuinely have a passion for music you can always get back on track. The best thing you can do is to stay positive and be prepared, obviously something’s are out of our control but if you can try and prepare yourself for what may come then the blow will be less destructive.

    Something that is inevitable is opinions on your music, you have to expect people to just not like your music but those people simply don’t matter. You’re making music for those who resonate with it and take something positive from it so stay focused on them and the bad reviews will soon not matter to you. If you find people are giving you constructive criticism then turn it into a learning curve, see if anything t

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  • Reflecting on your Music Career
    Reflecting on your Music Career

    We are just over half way through the year and its getting to that point where many start to rethink their goals and expectations of 2018. It’s only natural to start thinking about how the year has panned out so far as it starts to quickly draw to a close. This is the time to take a step back and reflect on your music career and where it’s taken you this year. We are going to be letting you know why slowing down and reevaluating things will increase your productivity and get you back on track to achieving those goals by the end of the year.

    The year may have been a huge success so far but if it’s not gone totally to plan then it’s worth taking some time to look back and go over the good, the bad and the unexpected. Although we want to move forward, to be able to do that we need to understand why certain things didn’t work out during the year and what we can do to make sure we don’t make the same mistakes. Sometimes things are completely out of our control but its best to try

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  • Tips for Recording your First Demo
    Tips for Recording your First Demo

    Recording your demo to send out to labels has been a topic we’ve spoken about a lot, the dos and don’ts, how to send it out and where to and how to cut the costs. But for those who haven’t had the experience of recording you probably need to learn a little bit before figuring out costs and eventually sending it out to the labels so today we are taking it back to the basics to give you tips on how to record your first demo.

    Choosing where to record has the ability to determine the quality of your demo, it’s not a huge issue but it’s something to think about. If you feel that you have the right equipment then there’s nothing wrong with recording from home as long as you understand how recording at home can affect your sound. If you have the budget I recommend you hire out some time at a studio, this gives you the ability to make the most of the professional equipment and better quality sound. It can be expensive but as mentioned in our cutting costs post if you use your time w

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