Tips On Starting A DJ Business In Nigeria
I am DjMondo and i want to share some tips with fellow DJs out here. For those of you who already know a lot about BPM and are experienced DJs, this last advice is for you. Just because your party crowd is high on drinks or just because you feel you want the party to be more vibrant, doesn’t mean you have to set the BPM to neck breaking speeds of 140 and above. A decent BPM to use is 137 and even this is too fast but at least it doesn’t mean your party people have to dance like their on fire and also because most Nigerian afro pop, afro beat genre songs have BPM close to this range. On average most songs have a BPM of 131 or 132. That’s all for now.
watch out for more soon, where I will talk about the use of cue in mixing.
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- When you create your mixes, make sure all your songs are set to the same level of gain, mid, treble & bass. this ensures that your mix doesn’t have various levels of volume and makes your mix better.
- When deejaying at a party, don’t keep the best songs for last. If possible start with the new hot jamz, this will make your party crowd love you. At least start with the top twenty trending jamz.
- When mixing at a party, going a bit old school is not a bad idea at all. in fact, lots of party folks clamour for old jamz just to spice things up a bit. Also don’t stick to just one genre.
- Before going to a party that you have been given, a little rehearsal helps calm your nerves down if you are a newbie in the DJ biz.
Start a DJ Business in Nigeria
Start a DJ Business in Nigeria – Are you into music and know how to get a party rocking? Being a disc jockey or DJ could be your dream job. It is a flexible job that you can run from your home and work on part time basis. Starting a DJ business in Nigeria can be quite profitable as well as thrilling.