In truth I am a little nervous about this one as I like preparing playlists and to release a raw mix like this without rehearsing or knowing the tracks in advance makes me feel a little exposed. However I share it and make public because I feel it's important for people to know - even more experienced DJs make mistakes when rehearsing - that's how we learn about new genres and get ideas. They say if you wish to completely master something, you have to first be a disaster. Either way, despite what people may say - I had fun and if you lace your jamming sessions with a sense of fun and enjoyment then, in my opinion, this is the first rule of success - fun and play - it's the only way!! Thank you for your support! Personally I like preparing and if you would like a free mini course on how to prepare the perfect playlist (which includes videos on:
- where to set cues - using DJ software - mixing harmonically and so much more) check out this link: https://www.clubreadydjschool.com/free-videos/
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Ok first and foremost, never underestimate the power of setting goals or even intentions. I know I have said this before but life without goals is like putting together a jigsaw puzzle without the boxtop, and if you have no direction to head in then you are merely going through life reacting to what you see and experience and I'll be honest...
Many people wonder what it will be like for DJs post covid. I assure you and know for a fact, venues will be very eager to open again, but at first this may be at a reduced capacity, which means smaller parties, which means, from their perspective, keeping their expenses down.
Handling request and drunk people can be the catalyst for a bad night so in this video I will give you tips and insights on how to squash the issues before they arise...
In this video I will give you some tips on how to get out of sticky DJ situations like a seasoned pro.