Having worked in such a wide range of venues I have built up a wealth of musical knowledge and an ability to change my style as required. During a typical 4 to 6 hour performance a DJ will only have time to play about 60 to 80 songs so it is important to play the right ones. A good DJ learns to read his audience and play the appropriate songs incorporating some requests along the way. I have been called upon to do specialist music nights and as I am a real music enthusiast with a massive and varied collection I enjoy the challenge.
Unlike most other DJ's, the music which I use is from my own CD collection, not illegally copied from the internet or other sources. I therefore have full control over its quality. It is played from a bespoke computer and sound card for crystal clear sound.
I have always used top brand equipment such as Bose, JBL, Denon, Abstract, Sennheiser, Allen & Heath, NJD and QSC. I have found that high quality equipment will not let me down. I have recently added some of the latest L.E.D. lighting which produces spectacular effects without huge power consumption or heat which is important particularly when working in marquees. I have lasers and LED moving heads. Lighting is fixed on an overhead truss with a starcloth drape or on a T-Bar depending on how much room is available. This keeps all of the associated wiring very tidy and safe.
I can also provide the latest LED uplighting to flood any required colour up the walls of your event.
All equipment is P.A.T. tested for safety every year and I have Public Liability Insurance (PLI) which is required by most top hotels. I also believe it is vitally important to carry back-up equipment because although breakdowns are unlikely, accidents with drinks can happen and bring a night to a disastrous end.
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