Mobile DJs – What Are Your Audio Objectives

July 30, 2018 by Brian S. Redd

Here’s a question going out to all of you wedding DJs. But having said that, if you’re doing school dances or corporate events or company parties or something else, you can chime in as well. When you’re designing an audio system, what are the kind of things you’re looking for? What do you want your audio system to do? What are you objectives? Because I think everybody has different objectives, and I don’t know that they’re right or wrong, they’re just different.

So if you’re designing a system for, let’s say, a wedding reception, what do you want it to do? How do you want it to perform? What types of characteristics should the system have that might be different than a system you’d use for another kind of event? Or is there a difference? Let me know in the comments section.

Kind of doing a research video here to see if I want to go a little further with this, because I have some ideas, but yeah. I want to see kind of where you guys are at first before I start throwing them out there. I have my own objectives and I’d be happy to share them with you and I’ll do so in another video real soon.

So until then, thanks for watching. Feel free to like this video, comment, and of course, subscribe to the YouTube channel. Practice and enjoy.

 

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Although he can be seen Djing in places like Los Angeles, Las Vegas, or even the UK & Europe, DJ Brian Redd is proud to call Milwaukee home. Brian specializes in mobile events such as wedding receptions, corporate events, quinceañeras, parties and special occasions. He has also been a resident DJ at several major Milwaukee night clubs and also performs at Summerfest, the world’s largest music festival. From the beginning Brian has had a passion for music. His talent emerged at the young age of 13 when he was asked to DJ at a local skating rink. After realizing his calling he progressed on to weddings and mobile gigs and by age 18 he was DJing regularly at nightclubs. He understands people & what motivates them music wise, which helps keep them on the dance floor. Brian has been recognized for his work in various DJ publications both domestic and abroad. He has made a name for himself in the DJ community where he is known and respected as an industry consultant. This recognition has led to his contributions as a writer for Disc Jockey News. A true international DJ, Brian travels worldwide to not only perform but to educate and share industry ideas and concepts with DJs everywhere. His career has gone to the next level working with industry leading manufactures bringing new products and services to his peers helping them become better DJs.


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