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djmablemusic

I'm a DJ and aspiring EDM producer in Upstate NY, hoping to make and mix music full-time one day ✨ Streaming M+W+F ~ mostly tech house and bass house, but not genre-committed ✌ I'm a sensitive soul and care about mental health, so please keep this a kind space 🌞

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!commands !lurk !followers !subs !uptime !schedule !followage !discord !instagram !mixes !gear !visuals (how I make them) !hug !love (if you need a little extra love from chat) !support (if you would like mental health resources privately messaged to you in a whisper) !thankyou !losingit (signify Mable has lost her mind... again) !map (what is the community map?) !mablesmap (who's on the map?) !twitchtips (etiquette) !newbie (my Twitch DJ FAQ)
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Click the "GEAR" image to open my linktree with Amazon links to most of my DJ/streaming gear! If you're curious about any equipment you do not see here, shoot me a whisper and I'll add the link. ~CURRENT GEAR GOAL~ Stream Deck
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Click "Tips" to donate through PayPal! Cash App: $DJMable Venmo Biz: @DJMable All donations are INCREDIBLY appreciated and go towards paying my bills as well as buying new equipment to improve the quality of the stream! I have so much respect for your hard-earned money and thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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My Discord server is where I post updates FIRST! It's also the best place for our community to connect off stream, and the easiest way for me to share track IDs. Join the server and introduce yourself!
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Hi! Thank you for wanting to learn more about me! I'm Mable (she/her) and I'm a DJ and aspiring EDM producer in Upstate New York. I mostly mix tech house, bass house, techno, dnb, acid... anything with a great beat, interesting vocals or sassy instruments... I select songs simply based on what I like and don't stay genre-committed. I was previously a community manager for Femme House -- a 501(c)(3) and educational platform created to address the lack of representation and equity in electronic music. The non-profit's goal is to create and foster more equitable opportunity for womxn and non-binary people in the technical areas of music, seeking to uplift the future producers, mixers, and engineers of the industry by offering educational workshops, building community, propagating visual representation, and offering professional development resources such as networking, mentorship, and more. I organized the weekly Femme House Friday raid train on Twitch. I'm also a proud member of the Freak Fam (Sofi Tukker's community) and Daybreaker (a never-ending dance party and movement for holistic health and joyful wellness practices.) Suffering from both chronic physical and mental health issues, dance music became healing for me. Late 2020, looking for a new career and sense of direction, I decided to try my hand at the decks. A few months later, I played my very first set live on Twitch on April 28, 2021. Since then, 5,000+ friends have joined me on the journey! Thank you for being here. It's the support of my viewers/listeners that makes it possible for me to pursue this passion. I also plan to produce, so stay tuned for remixes and originals! I hope you leave my sets with a smile on your face! ~MILESTONES~ First DJ set/livestream: April 28, 2021 Affiliate status: May 18, 2021 1K Followers: November 29, 2021 2K Followers: February 16, 2022 3K Followers: April 13, 2022
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Meet the squad! Yes, you can TOTALLY sit with us. Just be cool. They have swords. https://www.twitch.tv/josephrey009 https://www.twitch.tv/tweetesa https://www.twitch.tv/bonedaddy_p7 https://www.twitch.tv/djdahminator https://www.twitch.tv/nikkiddj https://www.twitch.tv/moon_fire_water https://www.twitch.tv/itskayyluhh https://www.twitch.tv/minibearmusic https://www.twitch.tv/cherrypaige https://www.twitch.tv/LittleSassilie https://www.twitch.tv/internetqueenx Ah, the cornerstones of the stream... These remarkable humans will greet you when you enter the channel and ensure you have a safe, fun, and often hilarious experience while you're here. They keep it a kind space, remind me to eat, track how many times I've lost my mind, and give their time and energy to nurture this growing community! BIG shoutout to anyone who mods for other channels as well. You are so appreciated!
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One of my most commonly asked questions: How did you make that?!? Whether it's my animated emotes, my different scene and redemption graphics, Instagram flyers, or special videos for the channel -- I almost exclusively use a website called Canva. I've even designed several job-landing résumés with this program. I have a couple other tools I use, but truly, I've found the Canva Pro subscription to be well worth the price and it's become my go-to. When other streamers started reaching out to me about how I made my visuals, I thought to myself -- does Canva have an affiliate program, because I'm referring a lot of people to them right now! They sure do. Now I'm an official Canva affiliate partner, and you can click the image above to get a 30-day free trial of Canva Pro. If you like it and decide to sign up at the end of the free trial, I'll earn a small commission, and you'll gain an amazing resource!! The platform is super user-friendly. You do NOT need any sort of graphic design/editing experience, especially with the templates Canva has available. Aside from templates, the site is loaded with stock photos and videos available for personal or commercial use. That means you can find a cool background for your green screen or overlay and use the footage, no strings attached! However, if you're using the free version of Canva, certain design elements will be watermarked and you can pay $1 to unlock individual elements for a one-time-use license. Or just subscribe to Canva Pro and use what you want, when you want! Take advantage of their stock footage, or upload your own, then tap into their special effects, filters, animations, and other features that will help your visuals look so much more fun and professional. Pro features that I've found really helpful as a Twitch streamer: Background Remover ~ No need for Photoshop skills to mimic one of my flyers with my portrait cut out -- the "background remover" tool literally finishes the job in a matter of seconds, and I rarely need to tweak the final result. Emotes ~ For regular emotes, create a 500 x 500 px canvas and design away! Just make sure to select "png" and "transparent background" when exporting if you want your emote to look like an object without a background. For animated emotes, create the same size canvas, then upload a video and cut it down to about 0.5 seconds. Tinker with it until the motion is just right, then export as a GIF. Boom, I give you a hair whipping emote! If you aren't going the video route, you can also take a word or object and animate it then export. You won't be able to make it a transparent background with animations though. Videos ~ While it isn't nearly as advanced and intuitive as a stand alone video editing software, I've been able to make really simple clips using Canva's video editor which is so helpful when Premiere ages to boot up on my computer. I wouldn't go to these lengths to endorse anything I don't truly use/believe in! I used Canva long before streaming and have only found more and more ways to use it. Happy designing!
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