New York, NY, November 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- President/CEO of DJMixTools.com, along with staff of experts introduced the "DJMixTools.com" website to the world complete with the Slamin' DJ Guide as a free downloadable ebook.
DJMixTools.com is a robust website to serve as a hub for up and coming disc jockeys to stay on the cutting edge of hot trends in the music industry as well as cutting edge techniques and cutting edge equipment.
Their new website is chock full of informational videos. DJMixTools.com differs from most of the other DJ Sites on the web in the sense that the majority of the content is actually created by hip DJs that are up to speed with current industry trends.
In addition to the unique style, DJMixTools announced that they would be making a cool resource available to the public at no charge. "The Slamin' DJ Guide" can be downloaded by entering your name and email at the site. This 20 page guide covers, DJ Tips, DJ Equipment, How To Become A Night Club DJ, How To Become A Radio DJ, and even a DJ Dictionary so you can be up to date on all the freshest lingo.
Since the introduction of DJ Software platforms world wide, the advent of becoming a proficient DJ in record time is becoming more and more prevelant. This demand coupled with the speed of technological advancement in the industry called for a dedicated website where DJs can turn to learn more about there trade and find good advice on products to purchase.
"So many jocks are turn to the web to learn about the industry, tips, tricks and equipment and we just got tired of seeing them be misled." says djmixtools.com CEO of New Yourk City, NY, USA.
The "Slamin' DJ Guide is available for free while supplies last at: http://DJMixtools.com You can instantly download this ebook from the landing page without having to worry about shipping and handling.
All in all, it seems like another huge win for djmixtools.com as they have put their own financial interests aside to give today's up and coming DJ enthusiast a head start. DJMixTools.com is their own unique way to "give back" and stimulate the planet's current shaky economy. A noble gesture and job well done.