Mistakes A Party Dj Should Avoid
A party should be a lively event, not all energetic but it should keep the energy of the audience up.
Djiing at a party can sometimes be a hard task especially when your playlist as a dj does not wow the audience.
Well, there are some few things you may be doing wrong. To make the best of a dj in a party, here are some few mistakes that you should avoid:
-Not coordinating with the organizer.
A party has so many sections, for example, there may be the speeches, gifts, proposal etc. it’s very discouraging as a dj to be stopped in the middle of your favorite track because another session within the party is about to start.
To avoid this, you should be in contact with the party organizer so that they give you a lineup of all the events that are bound to take place. It should happen before the actual party day so that you have a good time to organize your playlist since each session will definitely need a unique song.
-Being energetic before time.
Different parties have different styles of playing music. But one thing they all have in common is that there should be a good warm-up time. It’s always a huge mistake when a party dj plays full-blast at the very beginning before even the audience has warmed up. This can be frustrating to the dj and to the audience.
Talking to your audience is a very important part of a party that most djs don’t realize. The audience needs to be set at ease and you also need to have that connection with them. To do this, use the microphone to engage with your crowd. But don’t make it too much as if you are broadcasting the event. The best points to use the microphone is when introducing a different section of the party and when introducing a different genre of music that will only appeal to a select section of your audience. Finally...
-Don’t forget to have a variety in your playlist. Monotonous songs are always boring. And since you need to add fun to the music, a playlist with a variety to choose from will be good. Sometimes the audience may request a song and it would be very embarrassing if you don’t have it.
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