Salt Lake City, UT – April 2015… More than three decades after joining his first band, keyboardist Lee Sebel has led a wide and varied career. Coming of age during the nascent days of the synthesizer, Sebel cut his teeth working with many of the legends of electronic music, including Bob Moog, Ray Kurzweil, and Ikutaro Kakehashi, founder of Roland and inventor of the drum machine. His own accomplishments include programming the sounds for Roland’s…
Joe Bunn has been making people dance for nearly three decades. The North Carolina native, who started spinning records as a teen, founded Joe Bunn DJ Company in the late 1990s. Since then, the company has grown to a staff of more than 17 mobile DJs, covering around 400 weddings and another 200 events per year, including weddings, graduations, corporate events, and a host of other celebrations.
As Bunn explains, the key to his company’s success and longevity is professionalism, on all levels. That includes the obvious – showing…
Dave Tutton is one of the Bay Area’s veteran professional DJs. In nearly three decades of spinning a regular schedule of weddings, graduations, and other social events, Tutton points to some of the many ways in which the game has changed.
“I have been DJ-ing fulltime since 1984,” says Tutton. “One thing I have noticed in the last few years is that people are asking for more in terms of what they want their DJ to provide for an event. It used to be a wedding meant dinner and dancing….
Systems Electronics & Engineering Sdn. Bhd. (SENE), in their role as the official distributors for Mackie in Malaysia together with partner Melectron hosted a “Mackie Demo Day” featuring the latest product introductions from the brand.
The full day event commenced with the introduction of the latest products from Mackie, followed by a listening test and a demo for the attendees at Melectron’s Motivity outlet at Jalan Pasar, Kuala Lumpur. Amongst the products featured were the Mackie DL1608,
Since 1935, the Comet Tavern has been a fixture of Seattle’s storied Pike/Pine corridor. The well-worn wood bar of this venerable Capitol Hill pub has bent the elbows of generations of locals and visitors, and its stage has played host to multiple decades of Seattle music and culture.
When the Comet was shuttered late last year, many long-time Seattle residents feared it was another nail in the coffin of what local entrepreneur Dave Meinert refers to as the city’s “black hole of gentrification.” But thanks to Meinert and partner Jason Lajeunesse, the Comet has opened its doors once again.