Being awarded your first role as a Disc Jockey, entering a DJ competition, DJing at some club may well be among your goals why you are interested in enrolling in a DJ school. There are various training schools for aspiring DJs. Many DJ schools teach skills such as music mixing, scratchy-scratching!, beat mixing and juggling among others. Disc Jockey schools as you would imagine are pretty popular with younger people and DJs who want to develop their skills. You can learn a lot from these training schools although it can also mean additional budget that you need to set aside for this training program. The best part is that the training only takes 2-3 months,then you are qualified & ready for action!.
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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
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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.