Category: How To Guides

Looking to improve your DJ skills? Our How-To Guides are the ultimate resource for DJs of all levels. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, our step-by-step guides and tutorials will help you master the art of DJing. From beatmatching and scratching to advanced mixing techniques, we’ve got you covered. Our team of expert DJs and instructors share their insider tips and tricks to help you take your sets to the next level.

  • 15 Fun and Interactive Birthday Party Games for Kids

    15 Fun and Interactive Birthday Party Games for Kids

    Hey there, party-starting DJs! If you’ve got a children’s disco gig lined up, you’re in the right place. Hosting a successful kids’ birthday party isn’t just about spinning tunes; it’s about creating unforgettable memories with interactive party games for kids. In this guide, we’ll dive into 15 fantastic games that cater to a range of…

  • How To DJ Kids Parties: The Ultimate Guide

    How To DJ Kids Parties: The Ultimate Guide

    If you’re looking to start playing events for the younger generation, this article on how to DJ kids parties is the best place to start. Whether you are planning on being a kids’ DJ, or just the occasional school disco, there are some key points you need to know before you book your first event.…

  • How To Price Your DJ Services

    How To Price Your DJ Services

    Setting the right price for your DJ services is a critical element in the success of your DJing career. Whether you’re an experienced DJ looking to expand your business or just starting in the world of music mixing, understanding how to price your services effectively can make all the difference. It’s not just about numbers;…

  • Sound Limiters at Wedding Venues: What You Need to Know

    Sound Limiters at Wedding Venues: What You Need to Know

    If you’re planning a wedding, you may have come across the term “sound limiter” when researching potential venues. Sound limiters are devices that monitor the volume of music and other sounds during events, and automatically cut off the power if the noise level exceeds a certain limit. While sound limiters can help prevent noise complaints…

  • How Many Songs Do You Need for a Wedding?

    How Many Songs Do You Need for a Wedding?

    How many songs do you need for a Wedding? The simple answer is… It depends!  There are different parts of a wedding that require various types of music playlists. For the reception (the dancing section in the evening) would need about 15-20 songs an hour. So, for a typical 5-hour Wedding Reception, allow for 75-100…

  • Choosing Songs for a Wedding: Dos and Don’ts

    Choosing Songs for a Wedding: Dos and Don’ts

    When it comes to choosing songs for a wedding, the task can seem quite overwhelming. With an abundance of options available, knowing where to begin can be challenging. However, selecting the right music is essential as it sets the tone for your special day and creates cherished memories that will endure throughout a lifetime. In…

  • 5 Different Types of DJ: A Comprehensive Guide

    5 Different Types of DJ: A Comprehensive Guide

    There are a variety of different types of DJs, each with their own unique style and approach to music. Some DJs specialize in spinning vinyl records, while others prefer to use digital software to mix and manipulate tracks. Some DJs focus on specific genres of music, such as hip-hop or techno, while others are more…

  • Maximizing Limited Stage Space: Tips for Mobile DJs

    Maximizing Limited Stage Space: Tips for Mobile DJs

    As a mobile DJ, you know that sometimes you have to work with limited stage space. Whether you’re performing at a small wedding reception or a cramped nightclub, it’s important to make the most out of the space you have available. Fortunately, there are several techniques you can use to maximize your stage presence and…

  • Can You Be A Shy DJ? Here’s How

    Can You Be A Shy DJ? Here’s How

    Can a shy DJ thrive in the spotlight? It may seem like an oxymoron, given that DJs are often the life of the party and the center of attention. However, the truth is that shyness can affect anyone, regardless of their profession or personality. Being a DJ requires a certain level of confidence and charisma…