What types of Music do you have?
We have everything from Top 40, Hip Hop, R&B, Country, House, Electro, Trance, Dubstep, Trap, Jazz, Swing, Big Band, Classical, Instrumental, Oldies, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, Disco, Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Latin, and much more. We would be lying if we said we have "everything" but as we are DJs we have a great sense of what works across multiple genres. So we have some of the best tracks from the best artists. This relates to about 45,000 songs and is still growing. However, to ensure that you and your guests will hear what you want we always sit down and make sure we have what you want, even if that means that we have to go out and acquire it.
Can I pick my own songs for the wedding?
We encourage it but it isn't required. We often will sit down with you and your fiancee in our initial planning to see what taste/style of music you want for the many different parts of your wedding. We will want to know what you would like for the ceremony, cocktail/mocktail hour, Dinner, and Dancing. We also take time to find out what you don't want to hear that night. Some choices may seem obvious, but others we wouldn't know right away that's why we prepare ahead of time to find out what you and your guests will love hearing!
When do you need to know my music choices?
We don't require your music choices to be turned in until two (2) weeks prior to your wedding day. That gives you plenty of time to make decisions and still leaves us time to prepare your play-lists prior to your wedding.
Can you play music for the ceremony?
Yes, we can coordinate the music for the ceremony and also provide you with a separate sound system custom tuned for wedding ceremonies. This often included a hands-free microphone for the pastor and a hand-held microphone for your vows, as well.
Can't I just use an I-pod or I-phone for my wedding?
The Quick answer: Sure of course, but we don't recommend it and here's why...
Although Ipods and Iphones can seem tempting for the budget minded couples. They tend to have their flaws as well. Here are some of the cons that we thought of. Ipods don't mix songs together so you will always have an awkward pause between songs, especially when it comes time to dance. Ipods, can't read a crowd and have a sense of timing. Ipods can't take requests. A Live Professional DJ on the other hand can still take your playlist and know when to play what song, can mix songs together for a seamless dance-mix, and can react and take requests on the fly. A polished DJ that knows how to do all of this and more is exactly what we provide.
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