Want to know how you can take your DJ setup further?
Is saving set up time, personalization, and gear portability important to you?
In this video, I spotlight my DJ friend, DJ Kanoya, in San Diego and he shared with me some of the gear he uses to perform and some customizations that he made to help make his work more efficient.
Watch to learn the following:
- Why use different DJ controllers? Denon MC4000 & Denon MCX8000
- Chroma Caps
- Why Use a Furman Power Conditioner
- Rack Cases Configuration
- Custom-Built Rack
- Custom Cables
- Faster set up time
- Digital Mixer - QSC Touch Mix 8
- Portable Ceremony Setup
- Audio Technica System 10 Microphones
DJ KANOYA GEAR LINKS:
- Denon MCX8000: https://amzn.to/2NpJgnE
- Furman M-8DX: https://amzn.to/2RBbevm
- Audio Technica System 10: https://amzn.to/2LnCn3B
- QSC Touch Mix 8: https://amzn.to/2XacVWz
- Chroma Caps: https://store.djtechtools.com/products/chroma-caps-knobs-and-faders
- Custom Cables: https://www.redco.com/
ABOUT DJ KANOYA:
Facebook Group: Business Coaching for DJs
"Justin Kanoya, who has a lifelong passion for music, began DJing in 1990. He DJs events throughout the U.S. ranging from yoga events, fitness gatherings, corporate meetings and of course weddings.
With hundreds of weddings and events worked over the past decade, Justin has traveled all over San Diego. He has also worked events in New York, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, Vancouver and Las Vegas.
Justin began his DJ career when he was hired to work for TKO DJs in St. Louis, Mo. The company was DJing Justin’s high school homecoming, and managers on-site realized there was something special about a 15-year-old kid who preferred working a crowd into a frenzy.
TKO managers were impressed and asked Justin to interview for a DJ position. During his two years with TKO, Justin DJ’d school functions, weddings, country club events and private house parties all around St. Louis County. In college, Justin was the house DJ in the Student Union Building at Truman State University and hosted his own evening radio program on KNEU, “The Swinging Velveeta Lounge.”
Justin has traveled around the U.S. and Japan performing the art of taiko drumming since 1986. He graduated from Truman State University (Kirksville, Mo.) with a with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism. Before becoming a full-time DJ, he worked as a marketing and public relations professional for the Upper Deck Company and the Port of San Diego."
Just for DJs: http://www.djkanoya.com/just-for-djs
Thanks for watching! Hope this video helps out some of the DJs out there. If you have any thoughts or questions, please leave them in the comment section below.
Thanks and have a great day!
Saving the City, One Party at a Time