Receiving your first job as a DJ, entering a DJ competition, performing as a Dic Jockey at some club may well be among your ambitions why you are interested in enrolling in a DJ school. Training schools for DJ’s are quite varied in the programs taught. Most DJ schools teach skills such as music mixing, scratching, beat mixing and juggling among others. These schools are especially popular with young people and Disc Jockeys who want to develop their ability. There is much to learn from these training schools although it can also mean additional costs that you need to set aside for this training program. The most exciting bit is that the training only takes a maximum of 3 months,then you are ready to go!.
Don James: Some Final Words On Why The Dawgfather Meant So Much
The past week brought an outpouring of grief over the death of Don James, the former Washington football coach who died Oct. 20 at age 80. I’ve rarely received more emails, letters and phone calls on one subject than I did about James. And while it’s impossible to reprint all of them, he
ABC Announces November Sweeps Programming
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Hot Tickets, New Shows
Scott Regan has been a morning DJ on WRUR-FM (88.5) with his show Open Tunings for nine years now, so perhaps it’s easy to forget that he has also been a musician on the local scene for decades.