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New Technology Means DJs May No Longer Have To Show Up To Clubs

by   Jun 13, 2014 09:28 AM EDT

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New technology is making just about anything possible.  

You can see your favorite late performer rock out one last time via hologram and now your favorite DJ can spin any club from any location. 

According to Pulse Radio, advances in technology have made it so DJ's no longer have to show up to the club. 

A new way to experience the party scene, Clubcast, was founded by live-streaming service Mixify. 

The service aims to broadcast HD video in real-time from a DJ anywhere in the world directly into a club's venue. 

Clubcast uses a two-way viewing system allowing the DJ to see the crowd and vice versa. 

Mixify's founder David Moricca says Clubcast is the future of electronic music. 

"Clubcast is the next frontier in live events for the music industry ---- for fans, artists and venues," he said. "With Clubcast's technology, we are not only breaking geographic barriers, but also creating a way for artists to reach new markets and for venues to maximize their offerings to party goers, while adding new streams of revenue to their businesses." 

According to the Clubcast site, upcoming streams include sets from DirtyloudFirebeatz and The Cataracs

Interested in streaming an event via Clubcast? They've got you covered every step of the way. 

"The Mixify team assists with every aspect of your Clubcast experience, including artist booking, production support, event marketing and streaming. Your event success is our priority," the site reads. 

Visit here for more information on how to get started.

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