Category Archives: Training


Chase Jewell
Chase Jewell

By Chase Jewell            As a mobile DJ, it is a requirement to know how to properly select and use your equipment and system.  The hardest things to learn in the beginning is proper equipment selection, proper setup, and proper mixing and equalization of your audio system.  If you do not…

Create a Secret Facebook Group for Your DJ Company

Secret Facebook Group

By Gregg Hollmann, “Party Professional” As the owner of a multi-system DJ company, it’s important to stay in close communication with my staff of twenty performers. In the past I’ve found that sending group emails was not particularly effective. Because people’s email inboxes were clogged (I receive about 200 of them every day), few of…

#AskJasonJani | Ep 41 | “Single Vs Multi- Op”

Jason Jani from the SCE Event Group is now ready to answer your questions! Just use the #ASKJasonJani on twitter and he might even video respond to you.

The Las Vegas DJ Show – It s Gonna Be F king Great

Multi-Op expert Mike Walter talks about his seminar and workshop at The Las Vegas DJ Show

How to destroy your career in 3 easy steps

Johnny K Boston DJ and Professional DJ Trainer

By Johnny  Kelly, “MC Mastery” Are you the best MC in the country? If you answered yes, the next 550 words could be some of the most important words you will read. Everything I am about to reveal comes from 21 years of experience and If you do what I did, you will succeed in…

Jesus As A DJ

DJ Jesus

By Mike Walter The Holidays are a time when Christians the world over celebrate the birth of Christ. And whether you believe in Jesus’ divinity or not, few question the historical figure named Jesus Christ. So, if you will allow a bit of a stretch of the imagination, I thought this would be a good…

DJ Spotlight: Mike Walter

Mike Walter

By Stacy Zemon, Publisher & Chief Scribe When Jerry Rice was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame, he said in his induction speech that throughout his entire career he was motivated by fear of failure. DJ Mike Walter admits that the same is true for him. “I’m certainly not trying to compare myself to…

Practice Makes “Perfect”

By Mike Walter, “Multi-Op Corner” Most people who know me know I am motivated by great sayings. I find inspiration in words that are so powerful they become a mantra. One of my favorite quotes appeared in Runners World magazine a few years ago: “You don’t train to be good in training; you train to…

The Importance of Staff Meetings

by Mike Walter – “Multi-Op Corner” A good friend of mine owns a pretty big Multi-Op. We were talking a few years ago and he said something about communicating an idea to his staff and how tough it can be. I said, “Do it at your next staff meeting.” And he went, “What staff meeting?”…

Learn to Walk Before You Run

by Mike Walter Happy New Year dear reader! Hope your Holidays were joyous and your 2012 is already off to a flying start. A little while back I wrote an article about making sure your trainees master the basics before they move on to anything else. I used the Beck song “Where It’s At” and…