Check Out Photos from the Roland DJ x BPM Supreme Fall Tour
BPM Supreme is hot off of a nationwide tour with Roland DJ, the leading manufacturer of electronic instruments used by professional DJs and producers worldwide. The tour was centered around Roland DJ’s newly released DJ-505 and DJ-202 controllers and hosted eight free workshops in cities like Las Vegas, Chicago and Miami. Each workshop gave attendees a chance to interact with Roland gear, connect with other DJs in their community and check out special performances by top talent.
“Our Roland x BPM Supreme DJ tour this month was a smash, allowing us to reach a broad and diversified audience both in person and via our live streams, pull in a range of artists to demo different creative approaches on the DJ-505 and DJ-808, and spread the gospel of both the Roland DJ concept and the power behind BPM Supreme’s platform. AND it was a ton of fun! Shout out to Raj and the BPM Supreme crew, all our artists, hosts, dealers, and fans who made this a success,” said Matthew ‘Recloose’ Chicoine, Roland’s DJ Sales Manager of the Eastern U.S.
Workshops in each city had great turnouts, averaging around 30 attendees each. The vibes were energetic and productive. BPM Supreme’s Manager of Artist Relations & Partnerships, Raj Thomas said you could hear chatter coming from all corners of the room, with discussion about the Roland gear, tips and tricks, and networking among attendees.
“The Roland winter workshop tour was an amazing opportunity to meet DJs in their hometowns. We not only were able to educate them about our record pool, but also got valuable feedback directly from the source on how to make BPM Supreme even better in 2018,” said Thomas.
Attendees had the chance to cop gear from Roland, and with a product registration they’re eligible to receive a free 90-day membership to BPM Supreme’s record pool. Special performances included Marley Waters, DJ Ease, Miles Medina, Fast Eddie, DJ Jaycee, DJ Tone Arm, DJ D-Ill, Mell Starr and DJ Brace.