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What a DJ should not do: 


Concretely, it is difficult to improvise as a Disc Jockey. Liven up an eveningis a profession. The skill of a good DJ entertainer is acquired with experience. Nowadays, DJing is a passionate activity and more and more young people are interested in the subject. Without going so far as to explain how to host a party because this is specific to each host, we detail everything that a DJshould definitely not be done in the evening.

Smoke at a dance party

The use of a smoke or fog machine is appreciated in the evening. All mobile disco machines have this device which diffuses an opaque or lighter mist depending on the models and the liquids used. The primary advantage of diffusing smoke is that it allows the light beams projected by lighting (dynamic moving lights, lasers and other light effects) to appear. However, the use of the smoke machine must be done with the greatest moderation. Some mobile sound DJs tend to fall asleep on the remote control. Which is very regrettable. To liven up an evening, the smoke machine is a big plus but you should not overuse it or you risk not seeing anything in the photos taken.

Do not broadcast music that only he knows

A DJ is not there to disseminate his musical beliefs or the music that he is the only one to appreciate or even know. The latest bootleg which is playing in a loop on the trendy beaches of Novalja in Croatia, let me tell you that we are not enjoying it and that the guests present will not have fun with it. The role of a Disc Jockey is to look up and take your nose off your decks. He must be able to adapt to the dance floor without having to impose his musical style. It is important to have a wide repertoire of popular and danceable music. Please note, I wrote “popular”, I did not write “cheesy”.

Do not sing over the music and do not overuse the microphone.

“The sirêêêêêêênes du port d’Aleeeeexannnnndriiiie” No, NoN & NO !!! Under no circumstances should a DJ sing over the music. In fact, he’s just not here for that! If the organizers of the event had wanted to use the services of a person capable of singing a song, they would have directly contacted a singer so that he could come and accompany his dancers, choirs and orchestra. And I'm not talking to you about the party hosts who take advantage of having an audience in front of them to do their self-promotion on the microphone like "I'm DJ Mix, the entertainer of the night, for wedding entertainment" !!! … I leave you my 06! It’s gone!»

The use of strobe.

Unless you are hosting a youth dance, a free party, a discotheque or an electro club, using a strobe is not really suitable. I'm not sure that Mamie Huguette, who makes the effort to enjoy the party, appreciates being hit with 3000 watt flashes in the face. Remember that a mobile disco installation must be adjusted according to the audience present. On the occasion of a private evening such as a wedding or birthday, the guests present are generally of different generations, it is therefore important to respect people who would have difficulty adapting to the use of a strobe light deemed too aggressive.

Do not choose for the bride and groom the music that accompanies the arrival of dessert or their entry into the room.

Although the role of the deejay is to direct the couple towards effective songs which will contribute to the good atmosphere of the evening, he must in no case impose the music played for entry into the room or the presentation of the dessert brides and grooms under the pretext that he always does it like that. Once again, he is not here to broadcast his musical preferences! No, there is no compulsory music for entry to the room. The couple should also not be forced to choose between a flagship title from Jean-Michel Jarre's discography or the famous music Happy by Pharrell Williams. Yes, the choice of this music is up to the bride and groom! These moments of the evening are important, we must be careful not to neglect them.

Do not intervene with an oversized sound system.

The role of a DJ is not just to make noise. He must know how to respect the framework provided to him to work while preserving the hearing of each guest. Regulations on sound levels in places open to the public require that the sound pressure level does not exceed 105 dB (A) on average. Unless you are providing sound for an open-air dance or a Teknival stage, there is no point in using a subwoofer the size of an American fridge. It is necessary to favor sound quality over power provided that it obviously remains consistent with the event, the size of the space to be sound-enhanced and the number of participants.

Do not play music too loudly during the meal.

At the table, guests must be able to communicate with each other. There is nothing more unpleasant than not hearing yourself speak. The music played must be calm and low in bass in order to create a musical atmosphere in harmony with the theme of the event in continuity with the aperitif. We judge that the volume of the music is high enough during the dance evening so it remains low during the meal and thus avoid tiring the ears of the guests present too quickly. This is an opportunity to broadcast songs that the organizers enjoy listening to but which cannot be danced.

Do not tell the caterer the duration of the entertainment organized between courses.

The host of an evening must respect the work of the caterer. There is a time to party, have fun, dance... and there is another time to eat while spending a little time at the table. This requires a certain flexibility, especially when there are numerous activities organized by the DJ or guests. Because we all want the meat to be served hot but also for the dessert buffet not to arrive at 3 a.m., it is necessary for the Disc Jockey to coordinate with the kitchens before the evening even starts . Establishing a catering program is essential.

Do not play the same music twice in the evening.

One thing is certain, no one wants to use the services of a deejay who gives the impression of having come with only 3 CDs and who allows himself to play the same titles several times during the dance evening. In the event that a guest possibly requests music that has already been programmed, often under the pretext that he was busy elsewhere at the time of its first broadcast, it is not preferable to give in. The only deviation that can be made is when the organizers authorize it (we are thinking in particular of the bride and groom in the context of a wedding for example).

Do not improvise choreography on the dance floor.

Yes, you read that right! It's worrying when we know that some party hosts are capable of transforming themselves for a moment into a dance teacher, thinking that it is useful to teach the choreographies of certain music to the people present on the dance floor. . There are providers who go even further by using accessories like hats, wigs, glasses, etc. Yes, it’s scary! If the organizers were looking for this type of performance, they would have contacted a comedian directly or possibly a clown whose job it is to make people laugh. Keeping it simple is the best presentation.

Not saying “yes” to all the music ideas requested by the guests.

Of course, the DJ must remain accessible and satisfy his dance floor. However, there are certain requests from guests that it is better to ignore at the risk of seeing the track suddenly empty. You should not feel obliged to respond favorably to all requests made by guests. Some requests may not be appropriate at the moment. If a guest asks for Dubstep at the opening of the ball, we know in advance that there is little chance of it working. We also know that if we accept a dancer's musical request, they risk asking for a second piece of music, then a third, even offering to connect their smartphone to the sound system. It is therefore important not to let yourself be overwhelmed.

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