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    Quote Originally Posted by mccoy View Post
    Do you happen to have a link to the bag you use or[ brazzers pornhub xhamster one similar?
    What you describe is pretty typical for Mobile DJ’s... When you get ready to pack up at the end of an event, the venue staff are often anxious to go home and often pressure you to pack up so quickly, it’s REALLY difficult to do in such a way to keep things organized. As OCD as I am, I’ve come to the realization that I can not to get too caught up in an attempt to pack everything back the way it was before I set it up.

    The key, however, is to take some time AFTER the event (the next day or so) to reorganize all your cables or anything else you wrapped up too quickly to do it properly. I keep my cables in a large gig bad like this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mccoy View Post
    Hi everyone! I'm not a DJ but I need advice from everyone here who is. My fiancť is a DJ who does mostly weddings and some proms. He's really good at what he does (in my biased opinion), but he always throws all his extension cords and other cables into an old backpack after each gig, and when he goes to set up roblox music codes next time, it's not very organized at all. I want to help him and get him some stuff that will keep his stuff more organized as a wedding present. What are your suggestions and must-haves for keeping your cords wrapped neatly and organized? Is there a certain kind of bag that can hold a bunch of them more neatly than a backpack? Please comment and suggestions you have! Also I'm on a budget so preferably cheaper ideas.
    When you get ready to pack up at the end of an event, the venue staff are often anxious to go home and often pressure you to pack up so quickly, itís REALLY difficult to do in such a way to keep things organized. As OCD as I am, Iíve come to the realization that I can not to get too caught up in an attempt to pack everything back the way it was before I set it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nouriavan View Post
    When you get ready to pack up at the end of an event, the venue staff are often anxious to go home and often pressure you to pack up so quickly, itís REALLY difficult to do in such a way to keep things organized. As OCD as I am, Iíve come to the realization that I can not to get too caught up in an attempt to pack everything back the way it was before I set it up.
    Totally agree. The venue employees are always anxious to leave after an event, so thereís usually pressure to pack up quickly. The key is to take whatever time is necessary AFTER each event to reorganize. Thatís difficult if you have gigs on consecutive days, but that happens so rarely for me.

    I used to try to pack up neatly, but it was exhausting trying to do it in a rush. Not worth the effort. In the next day or two after an event, I unpack all the cords and cables I used, and repack them neatly.

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