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|Posted by Albuquerque DJs - Red Sapphire DJ Entertainment - NM DJ Music on November 17, 2017 at 9:20 AM|
We had so much fun doing this event. These high schoolers were going haam. Fully customized system with dual subwoofers, dual fog fury machines, and video mixing. I can't believe we are toward the end of the forth quarter. Got some more new things for 2018; I see a mirror in your future (just a little hint). Only the very best to all of you for next year, and God bless!
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|Posted by Albuquerque DJs - Red Sapphire DJ Entertainment - NM DJ Music on July 31, 2017 at 10:40 PM|
I've been wanting to do backdrops for years because they add so much elegance to an environment. As Red Sapphire has begun to grow I've been able to take on additional assistants to help with setup of larger events. Our backdrops are much more stable than the typical pipe-and-drape stuff out there. My system is solid as a rock. Contact me for more information on this new mid-year option.
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|Posted by Albuquerque DJs - Red Sapphire DJ Entertainment - NM DJ Music on May 1, 2017 at 8:20 PM|
I just finished with school, and prom events for the second quarter of the year. I had a blast with these amazing young adults. I met so many that have so much on the ball. This customzied setup included some concert quality moving heads, and rear projection video mixing. I call this package "animal style." It's off the menu, but if you know the right guy you can order it. LOL
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|Posted by Albuquerque DJs - Red Sapphire DJ Entertainment - NM DJ Music on February 13, 2017 at 6:35 PM|
I’ve been DJing for about twenty years now, and there was a golden era in Albuquerque, NM between 2005 and 2010 when people were having tons of events in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. There were excellent, and terrible DJs at that time. If the bad DJs didn’t fix what they were doing, they either got phased out, or they learned from other top DJs in the industry how to properly do things. It was sort of a right of passage; newbies would give respect to...Read Full Post »