The 3 p’s of the DJ Service process.


My service is based around a service plan process involving preparation, presentation and performance which means you can get involved as much or as little as you want in the music selection and other aspects of the service such as lighting. You also have peace of mind knowing that the music will be delivered in a suitable fashion with Quality sound and lighting equipment. When the preparation is done and all the sound and lighting is in place, it’s up to me to use my experience and DJ intuition to create the best possible atmosphere for you and your guests to happily express yourselves.

During the preparation phase, we mainly discuss music policy. The do’s and the do not’s are a common topic. We chat about your expectations and I ask some research questions to get to know more about you and your guests. At this stage you might know 50 songs that you want played. Others will only have one song and will leave the rest to me. I don’t mind either way.

During the presentation phase we discuss important aspects such as sound and lighting and my own attire which all need to reflect your event whether it be a private party, wedding or corporate function. Sound and lighting help to create atmosphere and so colours and sound levels are discussed. I have lots to suggest around these topics and will go through it in more detail when the time arises.

During the performance phase we concentrate on communication and timing. We have everything in place and the music is playing beautifully. Everyone is relaxed. I am watching the crowd, taking requests and adhering to the playlist. I am ready if you want to hear a song or need me to make an announcement. All you have to do is ask. Somebody might even want to sing!   The party will flow naturally as we have everything in place for a successful night. Guaranteed.

 

 

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