When a new DJ comes onto the scene it’s often they’ve had little exposure to the world of turntables, laptops and other DJs outside their bedroom. This can be a very annoying experience for seasoned DJs when unskilled or untrained wanna-bee’s step into the booth. This lack of experience can potentially damage the respect other DJs have for you but even worse it can potentially damage the reputation of DJing as an art form.
I came across this very helpful article outlining “DJ Etiquette” with some very helpful tips for up-and-coming DJs just getting into the biz. Veteran DJ Ean Golden shares his insight about the common mistakes and pitfalls made by newbies.
So if you are just getting into the world of DJing then this “How-To” guide is a must read for you and will definitely help you avoid some of the common mistakes and pitfalls made by other start-ups and will give you a leg up and help you accelerate your rise to DJ stardom.
“A word to the wise… There are many ways to leave a bad impression in the club and just a few ways to leave a good one so the best policy is to keep your profile low and professionalism high. Even in the biggest of cities, the nightlife scene can be small and full of gossip so keep your reputation clean by treating [everyone] even better than you would hope to be treated by them.”
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