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Mmmmaven Project seeks to boost Boston’s DJ scene

Take a music fan to see a DJ perform and you entertain him for the night. Teach him to DJ, and he’ll entertain the rest of us for years.

That’s the philosophy at work behind the the Mmmmaven Project, a DJ and electronic music production school set to launch in August in Central Square, Cambridge. The school is an offshoot of the promotions and management company Mmmmaven, run by David Day and Alex Maniatis, two of the founders of the annual Together electronic music festival. They’re currently in the middle of a fund-raising initiative on the crowd-funding site Indiegogo.

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