In the good old days every DJ used 2 x turntables (most likely Technics 1200 – industry standard) and a mixer to play their music. This involved DJs going out and buying Vinyl / records and then turning up to shows carrying their records in crates.
Pioneer already have market monopoly when it comes to providing Club Standard DJ gear for the majority of clubs throughout the world, but does Rekordbox DJ have what it takes to compete with industry heavyweights, in the DJ Software scene, Serato.
Grand Opening Party this Saturday – and it’s FREE!
This event is kind of a big deal! Due to the popularity and growing success of Sydney DJ School, and with the goal to provide more opportunities for our DJs, we are launching a new event, which will operate monthly on Saturdays in Newtown. The event will be predominantly house music: deep house, future house, tech house, bass house.
One thing many new and fresh professional DJs wonder about is money. After all, you’re getting paid to do what you love – mixing beats, getting a dancefloor rocking and enjoying the limelight for an hour or two. But everybody’s got to eat, and DJs are no exception. Let’s take a look at how to set your rates as a professional DJ.