Everyone wants to learn how to DJ these days. Don't be one of those idiots who noodles around on Virtual DJ for two hours and suddenly thinks he/she's the second coming of Christ (or Tiesto.) Let me teach you as much as I can in one hour.
I'll teach you all the fundamentals of DJing: what the equipment consists of, how to beat match, mix, loop, edit, cue/hot cue, and other important stuff while discussing other important things like track selection, track analysis, crowd reading, and the argument of software v hardware. I'd also be happy to give career advice about how to market yourself and break into the industry. I'll teach you on 2 Pioneer CDJ - 2000s and a mixer.
This class is meant for mostly beginner DJs who have had little or no experience DJing. Likely, this will mean that at most, you've played around with some sort of DJ software for fun, have yet to play your first gig for more than 20 people, and want to learn more. The class size is kept intentionally small so that I can give each student enough individual attention and answer any questions they might have.
If you'd prefer a 1 on 1 lesson, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Kevin Wang is a student at Boston University and a self-taught DJ, spinning everything from top 40 to dubstep. He has gigged at various places in Boston including Estate, VENU, Caprice, Club RISE, and the Middle East. He also has played with various acts, including Animal Collective, RJD2, The White Panda, Le Castle Vania, and Passion Pit.