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Rock the Dancefloor: The Proven Five-Step Formula for Total Djing Success

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If you want to know how it feels to be the DJ, to share the music you love with other people, to receive the adulation of packed dancefloors night after night, this book will show you exactly what to do to get there.

Whether you're brand-new to this, a DJ who wants to finally break out of the bedroom, or you just want to improve your game, the five-step formula in Rock The Dancefloor! will help you to become a truly great DJ.

This clear and practical guide will enable you to:

Understand modern DJ gear, in order to avoid expensive mistakes Assemble the best music collection, so you can fill any dancefloor Quickly master all the techniques, so your DJ mixes sound amazing Perform like a pro at any type of gig: parties, bars, night clubs... Promote yourself effectively, for more and better paid bookings

294 pages, Paperback

Published August 10, 2016

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Phil Morse

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March 9, 2019
I found Rock the Dance Floor to be a very enjoyable read. It is not overly technical, so even someone just starting out gets a good idea of what kind of equipment to buy; how to collect, sort, and create crates of music to play; how to get gigs; even reminders of how to, as we used to say in the old days “make friends and influence people.” I felt after finishing the book that is was something that I am very likely to return to as I learn more about DJing. Also, some parts might be better understood once one purchased the necessary equipment and that equipment is right in front of the budding DJ as they read. Morse really writes as if he’s talking to you, and that makes the pages turn easily. The last section on “Promoting Yourself” was great, but again that’s a part to read after one gets the equipment and plays around with it for a few months. The book is a good companion to Morse’s website Digital DJ Tips, an online DJ website and school for all levels. The first three parts or steps (Gear, Music, and Techniques) are best for beginners; the last two parts (Playing Out and Promoting Yourself) might be best saved for when one is ready to rock the dance floor for real. It’s the appropriate reading level for a young person too, so if you have a teenager who wants to DJ, this is a great starter book for them to read. Make them read it before you buy them any gear!
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