Micro-Managing the Music

It has become very easy to get access to just about all the music in the world. This is not only true for professional entertainers, but amateur Djs, and any common person. Although an $800 DJ or Ipod wedding is initially alluring, they are sure ways to ruin your wedding entirely.

It isn’t the amount of songs the DJ has that makes the party, it’s the songs they choose to play. If you give someone with no carpentry experience all the tools in the world, they still won’t be able to build you a mansion. They will even lack the foundation to build you a proper shed. The same is true with your DJ, so be careful with who you choose. A professional DJ is trained to read the audience. This involves diligently selecting and adapting the set to what your guests are reacting too.

An experienced DJ has their hands tied when a bride provides a list of 30 must play songs. This will always alter a fantastic entertainers performance, and lower the success rate of your function. Yes, your musical preference matters. However, an equal balance is important. Don’t forget that your guests will differ greatly in age, and musical taste. Trust in your professional DJ’s music ability and you won’t be disappointed.

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Posted on December 17, 2011, in Weddings. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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