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Ensure Get Best From Your DJ

1. Confirm the date, hours and fee. This may sound obvious, but it’s important that both you and your DJ are on the exact same page when it comes to date, time and fee and that you clarify this information on the final contract that both of you will sign before the event.

2. Go over the equipment and setup carefully. Will the speakers provide enough sound to fill your space? Will they need to bring along any extra lighting, fog machines, video equipment, etc.? Make sure your DJ is bringing a backup system in case they experience any kind of equipment failure during your event and don’t forget to provide them with enough room to assemble everything they will need without impeding on the space you will use to set up the rest of your event.

3. Provide them with a general style of music you would like to have played at the event. If you have any specific song requests, mention them up front. If your disc jockey does not have all of your requests, they will get them, but be sure to provide them with a CD or MP3 copy of songs unavailable to them on iTunes, Amazon, CD or Vinyl. Also, clarify songs to stay away from or styles of music to avoid. You may even want to come up with a strategy for handling guest requests. For example, if you want to discourage requests from your guests, you will want to do it in the most positive manner. Your disc jockey will know right away to say something along the lines of “Sure, if time permits…” etc.