So you’ve managed to get yourself a couple of regular bar gigs, or maybe even a set in a local club. Did you know there are ways you can add to whatever you’re being paid to DJ?
Do you ever wish you had the opportunity to DJ with live musicians? To get your crowd just as excited as when attending a live concert? Here’s exactly how to go about DJing with musicians.
In-depth review of the Hercules DJ Console RMX2, looking at the hardware and the supplied software. Plus a video talkthrough.
Answers to some of the questions that come up again and again among people learning to DJ. What gear should I buy? What about scratching? What’s the minimum I need to start? Where can I get help choosing DJ gear? Should I be learning to DJ on “pro” DJ gear?
Last week, I shared with you what it’s like to be a cruise ship DJ – how it differs fro other types of DJing, and the particular challenges of playing to a disparate yet fixed audience for each seven day holiday cycle in your typically month-long contract. This week I’m going to share with you some hard-won advice, tips and tricks both for landing a cruise ship DJing role, and for making the most of it once you have.
To DJ warm-up sets, you need to know the rules. Find out how to DJ warm-up sets, what warm-up DJs are expected to do, and when you can ignore the rule book…