• Darle Desmond

    Are you kidding me ! I need a big gig and support ,tours are not cheap these day ! E- mail me anyone who whant’s to help me !!!!

  • Rafael

    I am moderator of the largest Brazilian djs community of orkut  and have great experience in web marketing. I have experience with sales and midi controllers.

    ps: I have one of the vci 100 in Brazil!

  • Steven Lam

    I’m your ninja. Professional photographer: stevenlam.com and stevenlamphotography.com. Also a DJ. 10 years of running my own photography business and studio. Been a on the dance music scene and have in depth knowledge of dance music since the early 80′s at the beginning of the transition of disco to the evolution and introduction of house music. Additionally, I was with UPS regional headquarters as customer liason so I have excellent customer service. I am also an graduate of Art Center College of Design so I am fully qualify with extensive knowledge of art, design, branding, graphic design. I also ran a boutique graphic design agency for a few short years. I am very creative and artistic yet very analytical which allows me to solve issues effectively from both side perspectively. I am self motivated and can work independently yet I work passionately in any collaborative effort. Lastly, I love, love, love, love dance music…check out my mix: http://soundcloud.com/soundspacelab/laminlove-spring-mix. Cheers!!

  • http://www.djteeoh.com/ Djteeoh

    It’s simple DJTT….Japan is the land of the lost art of DJing. The true artform still exists in this land and (that being said) I think it is imperative to help this place expand. Japan is very segregated when it comes to equipment. Everything has to be ordered and no one has a clue what is out now. When I show up to gigs with 2 Technics 1200s, a midifighter, dicers, and an Ipad…..they are all drooling. There is amazing potential here and I see it daily!! Problem is, all the great products are usually made outside of Japan. Unfortunately, most of the djs here speak very little or no english, and they can’t order because they cannot read the websites. Even worse, just about none of them have credit cards. You wouldn’t believe how many times I’ve helped djs by taking cash in exchange for ordering gear for them. So here I am, with my krew of DMC vets and pro djs, making a difference in Japan. What better way to do that than with DJTT.

  • Saucekingston

    uk, young designers/djs/promoters/journalists from SouthWest of London. 

    • Saucekingston

      we’d love to work with you guys

  • Asignorelli

    Español, English, Deutsch, architect, 33 years old.
    Turntble dj , home base Santiago Chile.
    unoccupied for Partime Ninja.
    gratings.

  • http://twitter.com/dynamicscholar dynamic scholar

    Any interest in South East Asia?  Specifically Saigon and Bangkok? I work with DJs and electronic musicians in both cities and we drool over the DJTT store and really value the videos, however most of us don’t speak English well and would love to see vital content in other languages.  

  • http://blog.audyolab.com/ Mohamed Kamal

    Have been following you for 2 years now and happy to know you are growing. Make sure the new recruits are insanely passionate about dj’ing and the ecosystem thats surrounds it. Best of luck guys!

  • Phi

    This is incredible news for the entire industry!

    Increasing innovation in DJ technology is absolutely beneficial to music and culture associated with music.  I am certainly not alone in my excitement while watching the development of DJ TechTools as it fills an increasing niche on the edge of the emerging live-performance controller industry.

    From both the perspective of an adoring  DJTT fan, and as someone who has the singular focus of being involved in the production of fun, and unique, performance DJ controllers, I am thrilled by this opportunity.

     I will be sending my own credentials and designs to the DJTT team as soon as possible.

    -Vincent

  • Elvio

    I have a blog based in Brazil named 130bpms.com if you want some partnership let’s talk about it http://www.130bpms.com, or at FB http://www.facebook/130bpms

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Grant-Reynolds/748309866 Grant Reynolds

    This sounds like my dream job and Im also very qualified for the position.. Is there enough work but? 

  • Casper

    I speak English, French, Dutch and German… And I have DJ stuff at home… Pick me! :-p

  • Anonymous

    Are you guys kiddin’ me?!? Is there really no awesome italian fellow interested in this stuff, who speaks fluent English, German, Spanish, decent French and, of course, Italian since he’s a professor, who is a trance and progressive dj, really into music, wines and women except me?!?

    c’moon guys…get a life…

  • Ross

    I’d like to be the site’s proof reader. I’ve got a crazy eye for detail, and I can do the work fast. For example, on your marketing ad you state: “Details:

    Full or Part timeRemote or Local (SF)Salary consummate with experience, bonus and equity also possible.” The last line should read “salary commensurate with experience”.

    In your case, the salary and experience would be cementing their relationship by “bumping uglies”, whereas in my case, the salary and experience would be in proportion.

    Just send the articles to me, and I’ll check them for errors for a minor fee.

  • eklectic1zm

    I think this is a wonderful opportunity to those who have the qualifications.
    I would definitely apply if I had experience in one of those two fields

  • Yaz2198

    RETURN OF THE NINJA   all the way!!!  You will not be disappointed in my skills!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=633966242 Samuel Hedgcock

    the Australian digital scene is about to explode .. just needs a little push.  would you be interested in hiring someone to push (marketing/sales etc)

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=782115386 Ewan Matheson

      The Australian scene is already amazing!

      (Missing Aus and NZ…)

  • Dimigo

    I am a ninja that speak greek and english… passionate about my music-sword… can i have a mission?

    • Grengo

       speak me grenglish – hya!

  • http://twitter.com/Lylax_Dubs Lylax

    Sent my info into you.
    Hope to hear back from you promptly.
    Thank you for this opportunity.

    –Steve

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002215379136 John Garza

    I would love to work for you guys, but I’m still in school and have to go through another 2 years to finish sooo…. :( Maybe some day, the conch has spoken.

  • http://twitter.com/gameshack_ gameshack

    well, i speak english, german and polish, so… ;)

  • gizmo75

    BLACK BELT NINJA HAHAHAHAHAH. You guy’s are foolish, you have nothing to do with beings ninjas. just average people re marketing products and selling people a dream.

    • http://twitter.com/protocollie late-model haterbot

      yeah guys stop pretending to beings ninjas and get back to selling dreams on your dream clouds, ean golden you’re a world-class average guy who simply remarkets products and you would not last a day in ninja school

      +1 for strangest comment in history

  • Slazed

    If ur searching someone with french, german, english and luxembourgish language skills for the european market, I’m search I’m your man.

  • http://twitter.com/aoterou alfredo otero

    I think you need people that speaks Spanish, German and Portuguese for the “Customer Experience” job, just my humble opinion…

    • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

       good point

      • cionniasd

        Well, i’d like also in Italian

  • Paco Romano

    Since you will have people worldwide how about shipping to the UK for less than $30??

    • Ed

      Not only to the UK but to anywhere in Europe for that matter…

    • guilty

      They would have to maintain stock in Europe, DJTT would either need a warehouse, or the most likely a distributor. However its unlikely a distribution process would be best for DJTT since its so small.

  • Manish

    Thanks for that, any information on the deadline for applications, will be brainstorming straightaway.

  • cionniasd

    I can make the original italian pizza, total win for me.
    Ninjaaaa

  • Stewe

    Traktor MIDI mappings ninja cyborg returns. I need some new “swords” in a case  :)

  • Filitico

    i’ll do it! bilingual english/spanish journalist, DJ for over a decade, love digital evolution in djing/producing and work in marketing (eww i know!) sign me up!

  • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

    first! on my own article! totally beat you guys. 

    • flatangus

      k.

    • Mavis Concave

       Nice move! You’ve out-firsted the masses.

    • http://www.facebook.com/djgstefan Stefan Lindblom

      How do we know you didn’t cheated? Maybe you did the Comment before the article :-D

    • Nick Sarge

      Hey Ean,
      Completely off topic but oh well, are you releasing a mapping for the midi fighter 3D for Traktor some time soon?
      Love ya stuff!

    • http://www.facebook.com/4P1ay Tomii Forsythe

       I call First on the first of the first time Ean threw out the first tag!!!!