Written by a working DJ who's been there and done that, The DJ Handbook is an essential read for every DJ. You'll find advice on choosing equipment (microphones, decks, cartridges, headphones, speakers and the rest), as well as setting it all up and getting the best sound out of it - whatever the venue! But there's more to being a successful DJ than just playing records don't forget you're putting on a show. Charles Slaney gives some hands-on advice on transport, setting up your sound system at the gig, dealing with punters, looking after safety and troubleshooting your equipment. And don't forget to take care of business - be organised. DJ contracts help avoid disputes - we show you how with some sample contracts you can use for your own gigs. But, hey - DJ'ing is supposed to be fun, and it is - wow those clubbers with some creative DJ mixing - follow our step by step guide to producing killer mixes. You'll also find a resources section to help you locate DJ master mixes, websites and DJ information, as well as lists of equipment suppliers. Book jacket.Figure 4.09 Early top loading Technics SL-P 1200 Fig. 4. ... All turntables are slightly different, so you will need to consult the accompanying manual to ensure that you are following the correct procedure. ln general, however, the principles thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||The DJ Handbook|
|Publisher||:||PC Pub - 2002|