DJ Lessons in Las Vegas

by admin on March 13, 2012

in DJ Tutorials

While Las Vegas is primarily known for those wanting to gamble at a game of poker and for Broadway style shows, night life in Vegas is a big business. Party goers from all around Vegas and around the world are always looking for the most happening clubs. The market is competitive and those looking to DJ need to stand out from the crowd. Professional training can give you that edge when competing for gigs in Vegas. If you are considering professional training, you should check out the DJ4Life Academy in Vegas.

DJ4Life Academy is a two part school for those looking to either learn how to DJ or take your DJ skills to the next level. Training is offered both online and with private one on one instruction. The online training essentially gives you some of the basics. It covers everything from what type of equipment you should have to beat matching and
equipment key functions.

After you complete the online training, you can begin a three part live one on one training session. In the first part, you work with a personal tutor who gives you the basics behind equipment setup, the proper use of EQ’s and Phasing, developing your own style, what works and what doesn’t in DJ’ing, and much more. The tutor will customize your training based on your needs and knowledge and skill level.

The second part of your training gives you advanced training like perfecting beat-matching, common tricks, using special effects, and more. In addition you will get training on how to land gigs and even help you make some demo mixes. The final part of the training brings it all together as you get the chance to become part of the night life in
Vegas. You will be given two opportunities to actually DJ in events setup by the DJ4Life Academy.

As you can see from above, aspiring DJ’s can learn a lot from the DJ4Life Academy. Very few course offer their students the chance to use those skills in a live setting prior to training. So if you want some professional training that not just teaches you the basics, but also allows you to put your new skills to the test, consider DJ4Life Academy.

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deathbat March 21, 2012 at 1:14 pm

Love the post. Have you used EZdrummer software? you can get some wicked beats out of it. I generally use my midi keyboard with it. Got some great results for my DJ work.


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