Turntable.fm now provides DJs with an entertainment channel where they can keep track of what mixes are successful based on crowd reaction.

If you've ever checked out Turntable.fm, you'll know that many of the users are chatter boxes (it is a social platform after all). The growing real-time DJing platform recently added a private messaging system as a feature to connect users in a way that enables them to get chatty without disrupting others' experiences in the room. The feature can easily be turned on and off and users do not need to be in the same DJ room to chat together, which enables users to communicate to each other which rooms are “happening” and which are dead.

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