House / Electro / Trance / Techno / Progressive /Urban / Hip Hop / R'n'B / Drum'n'Bass / Soul / Ragga / Funk / Alternative / Chill Out
Part-time evening course with unlimited practice time
The DJ108 course is designed for people with little or no experience of mixing. Taking place on one evening a week for six weeks, the sessions are mostly practical hands-on mixing and also include instructions on how to record a mix CD to help you get work. Particular attention is given to those critical elements that make the difference between just mixing and being a great DJ.
You will practice on the industry-standard Technics SL1200, learn about different mixing techniques, get essential technical knowledge and troubleshooting tips, and experience a few of the things you can use to spice up a DJ-act including samples, CD mixing and using laptops on stage.
Arrange a visit today to see what makes a course at the London School of Sound different from any other.
• Technics SL1200, SL1210
• Pioneer CDJ1000
• Pioneer CDJ800
• Pioneer CDJ900 ( NEW !! )
• Pioneer CDJ400
• Allen & Heath Xone:3D
• Serato Scratch
• Native Instruments Traktor
• Korg Kaoss Pad MkIII
|Schedule||19:00 to 22:00|
Once you've completed the DJ108 course, you should possess the technical skills to start creating mix CDs and approach club promoters for gigs. While we cannot guarantee you a job (in the end it's going to be your talent and musical taste that makes the difference), we're often approached by promoters looking for DJs and we can also offer practical advice that will help you turn DJing in to a full-time job.
When you feel ready to make the transition between playing records and making your own tracks, you can progress on to remixing and production with our short courses in Ableton Live and gain extra credits to qualify for the DJ Remixer Certificate.
Due to the small size of our classes we recommend booking as early as possible.
To apply call
+44 (0)20 7720 6183 or email email@example.com