DJ & performance

The Four DJ Set Types Explained

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Opener, Support, Headliner and Closer, but what are they? No matter how many shows you or I play, there are certain expectations that come with different set times throughout the night. Failure to understand them could result in not being booked again..

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5 Secrets to Actually Reading a Crowd

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Crowds can seem fickle, but there is a science behind how they act and how to get certain reactions from them. I have been playing shows as a DJ for crowds varying from 5 to 500, and have come up with these 5 proven steps that have worked for me, every time..

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Audio Production

5 Habits to Improve Your Production Skills

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If you are just learning to produce (or have been for awhile), there are several habits that can not only make you a stronger producer at a technical level, but speed up the rate at which you crank out quality tunes. This guide is not DAW specific..

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Four Tools to Monitor your Mix

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Four stock Ableton plugins I recommend using to monitor your mix and get a cleaner, wider, sound.

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Industry Related - Branding, Marketing and More

5 Questions to Identify Your Unique Artist Brand

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Your artist brand is your business. When someone comes across your social media or catches your peformance at a show, they make a choice to either learn more about you or walk away..

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Complete Guide to Instagram for Artists

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Good old Instagram, home of multimedia content and excessive hashtag spamming. Instagram is the virtual runway for you as a music artist. It is your professional scrapbook, but the kind of scrapbook that your mom wants to share with everyone that comes over. First things first..

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