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Definition: A Mobile DJ is a professional disc jockey who travels with their own equipment to provide music and entertainment at a variety of events. These events could include weddings, parties, corporate events, and festivals among others.

What is a Mobile DJ?

A mobile DJ, also known as a disc jockey, is a professional music entertainer who provides music services for a variety of events.
The role of a mobile DJ includes playing and mixing music tracks to entertain guests, making announcements, and ensuring that the event runs smoothly.

Mobile DJs typically bring their own sound equipment, such as speakers, microphones, and mixers, and are able to adapt to different types of events, including weddings, parties, corporate events, and more.

They often work with clients to create customized playlists that reflect the tone and theme of the event, and may also offer additional services, such as lighting and special effects.

A mobile DJ’s primary goal is to provide a fun and memorable experience for guests through the power of music and entertainment.

Related Terms: Disc Jockey, DJ, Party DJ, Wedding DJ

Usage or Example Sentence: “The mobile DJ set up his equipment quickly and had everyone on the dance floor in no time.

Pronunciation: Mo-bile DJ /ˈmoʊ.baɪl ˈdiːˈdʒeɪ/

Cross References: Event Planning, Sound System

Translated terms: French: DJ Mobile, Spanish: DJ Móvil, German: Mobiler DJ

Sources or references: DJing For Dummies, by John Steventon

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