The Digital DJ – How to Get Started the Correct Way
The world of DJing has changed dramatically since its’ early days of vinyl. Today, you can get started with your own DJ career by investing less than $200; way cheaper than $2,000 back and in the day. The reason for this is the DJ midi controller which gives you full control over your mix but in a digital environment.How to Hire a DJ for Your Party
The date is set, you’ve sent out the RSVP’s and your big day is coming up but what are you going to be doing about entertainment? A board game can only go so long when you are holding a big party which is why hiring a DJ can bring some real excitement to a party or wedding.How to Find New Music for DJ Mixes
People want to hear new music all the time; they don’t want the same tracks over and over again. I’ve put together a simple guide on how you can find new music for your DJ mixes that won’t require you to dig through musty, old crates…Leased and Exclusive Beats/Instrumentals
If you are an artist and you want to start a new musical project like an album or a mix-tape, you know that getting the right beats for you is essential. Now as a lot of artists nowadays buy their beats from the internet, they get the same questions from the producers they get in contact with, ad I’m sure that you heard of it: “Do you need the beat Leased or Exclusively?”.Should We Pay to Play Our Live Music Performance?
Once again, the other day I received a nice email from a music venue offering me a gig in my local city of Manchester, UK. And of course, as a female solo artist that creates somewhat experimental electronic music mixing music and poetry, I should welcome the opportunities to share my music live and perhaps expand my niche audience. They explicitly admitted they do not pay for live music performances. And this got me to thinking I really am not sure about this approach.