Over the past two weeks, we’ve been running daily posts, videos, resources, links and worksheets based around our Ten Commandments For Better Digital DJing. Now, to bring the whole series together, we’ve prepared a special e-book containing a full resume and explanation of the ten commandments.
It’s great for new digital DJs who want to make sure they’re learning the right skills, and also a good read for experienced DJs, especially those switching to digital for the first time.
The Ten Commandments
If you haven’t seen The Ten Commandments, here are the original posts for each of them:
- Be in it for the music
- Respect the history of DJing
- Play in front of an audience as soon as you can, and as often as you can
- Only play music you like, but which you also believe your crowd will like
- Know how to use at least CDJs and preferably records, as well as your digital gear
- Understand how a complete DJ PA system is set up, from mixer to speakers
- Learn to beatmatch without your computer’s help
- Know how to deliver great sound quality
- Don’t steal music
- Remember that DJing is about people and music, not gear and tricks
Get your free copy…
Already seen the posts and just want the book? Just visit the Digital DJ Tips Facebook Page, become a fan if you’re not already, and click on the PDF to view, download or print it.
What did you think of our ten commandments? Any you thin we’ve left out, or we shouldn’t have added? How have they made you think differently about oyur DJing? We’d love to hear your thoughts on the commandments and the book, in the comments below.