If Q were to set James Bond up with a DJ booth, no doubt it would look something like the one at Adoré.
The new South Beach nightclub features the first-ever Emulator Elite, which took three years and a million bucks to create. It's got a see-through touch screen and an HD projector. And it's stored in an aircraft-grade honeycomb aluminum case.
DJ James Bond, indeed.
Adoré opened Tuesday, just in time for the Winter Music Conference. It tied the Emulator into a nutzo sound system. We're talking 100,000 watts of Funktion-One speakers blasting through a 12,000-square-foot venue with cathedral ceilings, like a church to the art of DJing.
Figuring anybody who cares about DJ booths will be in Miami this weekend, the Emulator's creators will be on hand to give demos.
The best time to stop by for a demonstration will be during Saturday night's Blurred party, with an all-star DJ lineup including Arty, Kryderm, Sem Thomasson, and Rebecca & Fiona. Door prices of $60 for women and $120 for dudes will get you bragging rights to see that DJ setup in action.
If you miss the show, just give Q a call.
Maybe he can put an Emulator Elite in the back of your bulletproof Aston.
Parking: Valet; garage; street
Hot Seat: High rolling in one of the 40 VIP tables.
Nearby: The W South Beach; Mokai; Bâoli