WHAT’S THE DJJ DIFFERENCE?
We are a DJ group that wants to set a better standard. We strive to be the entertainer that makes it harder for our competitors to meet your expectations.
The most common complaint coming out of colleges and schools these days is that their DJ is inexperienced, playing music that just doesn’t go together, and play it off of a Spotify playlist. The freelancer sets an amateur impression.
They don’t fade or mix, they just play what’s hot on the radio. You can get that from Pandora or Spotify; Just set it on automatic and let it run itself. Their idea of lighting is a string of christmas bulbs that adds to the decor of the table they work off of. Maybe they bought a professional light fixture, but probably don’t know how to use it. They set that on automatic too, and leave it.
You don’t need to spend big money on an amateur who just sets everything on automatic. You could do that yourself for free. It’s insulting to their client. And it’s unbecoming of a true DJ as far as we’re concerned.
Amateur-hour abounds. Anyone can get speakers from Guitar Center. But it doesn’t mean they have experience in sound engineering or light design. They won’t have a stage persona. And they’re not interested in growing a business out of it. They think it’s an easy job and they’re just looking to make some cash on the side.
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But even more frustrating to us are the ‘professional’ DJ businesses that operate themselves like amateur-hour. Perhaps the DJ services you find elsewhere seem to be a perfect fit, and their portfolio shows pictures of sleek bar areas and lounge furniture that’s lit up like the city. Indeed, there are professionals out there who will charge $40/light fixture, just for them to plug it in, and set it to the store demo mode. There’s no real design work or professional light control, but simply easy money for a dishonorable business.
Some DJ businesses you’d find online have a staff that’s made up entirely of DJs. Maybe eight to ten of them. Are they all professional mixers and beat producers? How many of them know their trade professionally, and don’t just reproduce the Spotify playlist gimmick? And with names like DJ Brian, DJ Nick, or DJ Steve, do they sound professional? (Ever imagine how many DJ Brians there are out there?)
WHO WE ARE:
We’re in this business because we’ve had enough of the freelancers and the dishonorable DJs. We founded DJ Jolt Entertainment to weed them out by raising the bar. ourselves. By pouring all of our experience and respect for this trade into our clients, we are raising the bar across the industry and making it harder for such lax practices to stay afloat. The amateurs and the bare-minimum-businesses? We’re here to wipe them out.
We’re the real deal. We’re completely in-house. We own our own gear and design every gig from scratch, every time. We design our own light shows, and engineer our own sound. We’ve been doing it for years. And we’re proud to offer the most service and quality, for the least out of pocket cost to you. The hands down best value there is. We’re declaring war on the high and the low end of the offerings. We’re the middle class of the industry, founded for the middle class of society.