So many people are interested in being Mobile DJs. Why not? You can travel to the city seeing beautiful places and rooms full of people and energy, and if you live in the subway area you can make a lot of money doing it! If you are building a DJ shop or just a hobby DJ that needs to attract someone to workload, you need to take important steps to train your DJ.
There are many questions that arise when a DJ is working as a mobile DJ under the company name, because you have a lot of responsibility as you give them equipment, not as a supervisor and alcohol while working. There are a lot of bad habits and features that DJs could get early, which could have been avoided by explaining the right training and training.
First, you want to make sure that the DJ participating in the training comfortably talks with a microphone and is comfortable with people; the focus of attention. You can easily train with a good DJ with a full horn and you do not really want to talk on the microphone or Emcee to become a DJ.
Make sure you are confident and comfortable in this situation. One of the most underrated things a DJ and Emcee have to do is speak on the microphone. When you talk to an audience, you are confused by being a jukebox and a DJ. Something as simple as "Ladies and gentlemen, please ask for this song", not only the audience to acknowledge the requests, but also receive a part of the energy of a subconscious in the conversation on the microphone.
Experienced DJs and Emcees not only announce the announcement comfortably to audiences, but often sound as if they were in a room that they even did not. The mild escalation of ton and intensity in the evenings almost injects the energy into the audience where they entertain and dance the evening. Make sure the training DJ understands the importance of building your microphones from the start or the DJ will never be a professional or favorite DJ and Emcee.
Second, be sure to talk to your trainee and BPM. Beats Per Minute is a number used to calculate the pace of a beat used in beat-mixing and mixing and plays a very important role. When on the dance floor, if you were a very nice song in the 120 BPM range, where there are a lot of disco and hip hop and then fade for a song in the low 70 range, kill it on the dance floor.
A gradual increase or gradual decrease of the pace through the evening. Sometimes you find yourself and there will not be many hits at a certain pace and the dance floor is dying. The right solution is to open a dance floor with a special dancer or group dance music. There are many slides like "Cha Cha Slide" or "Electric Slide" that will definitely recall people for dancing and dancing.
Third, the difference between decent DJs and great DJs is the understanding and use of EQ. It is important for the DJ to know the difference between the different frequency carriers and what kind of tones they tend to fall into. For example, the lower end or bass is where a kick drum and a bass are found, and by rotating this button you can increase the JUST pace without any high pitch and cymbals. High or high, in fact, is the frequency range that can damage the hearing aid.
If you need more volume for people to dance and get into music, but do not want to hear your voice, you can only show bass and midgets. Sometimes you just close the high tones and add up the full volume to get good sound. Many songs mix differently, so you want to listen to each song and make sure you have the right bass and the center of the dance. This skill may last for years, but you have to start the trainee in the right direction.
Finally, make sure your DJ feels good and enjoys your work. People will realize whether or not the DJ feels good or not, and if they do not enjoy this job they should not do this. It is not important to everyone, and it is important to strive for excellence.
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