Myth # 1: A DJ talk too .
You have probably heard (or been to weddings ) , where a DJ, in a misguided attempt emcee , spoke more than it should , with embarrassing results . However, an experienced wedding DJ will only speak when appropriate. ” Every time a DJ speaks , must have something important to say, you already planned beforehand.”
Myth # 2: The Bands take plenty of breaks .
A common concern about hiring a band is that every 40 or 45 minutes of music is established that will have 15 or 20 minute break , and music from an ipod Ref . Ask members of the band that their breaks are interleaved so there will be live music throughout the night . This way the guests will be entertained and the dance floor will always remain full, or interleaved with a good Dj to touch the genres that the band did not play .
Myth # 3: A DJ will be playing cheesy songs.
Worried that your DJ has his mind set on “YMCA ” and the Electric Slide, when you are thinking more along the lines of ” Brown Eyed Girl” and ” Unforgettable “? You do not have to be this way – your DJ wants to play what they want to hear , but you have to clearly communicate their tastes . Do not rely on words , as terms like ” dance music ” “rock ” and ” slow songs ” are vague and can be easily misinterpreted. To make sure you’re on the same page of music style , give you a play list and a list that does not want to play . ” Brides and grooms should be able to customize the playlist ,” says Dr. Drax . “People today have grown up with the choice and customization , and good DJs understand that. ”
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