Five Tips For Practicing The Drums Quietly

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If you are interested in learning to play the drums, one of the bigger concerns you might have would be the noise. Perhaps you live in a small home or apartment or you have close neighbors who don’t like noise. Whatever the case may be, noise seems to be a top concern. Luckily, there are ways around this. Here are five tips to help you learn and practice the drums quietly:…

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Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your DJ

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If you have paid the money to hire a professional DJ for your event, you did so in order to ensure that you’d get great sound quality and a fantastic selection of tunes. It could be a bummer if you don’t use your DJ effectively and end up with a less-than-perfect experience. Your DJ needs information about you, the types of guests attending your event, and the mood that you are trying to set.…

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Ways To Prevent Friends Or Family Members From Being The DJ At Your Wedding

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There were just over 162,000 weddings in Canada in 2014. While weddings are declining in numbers from even a decade ago, the fact is that it is still a social event that tends to incorporate family and friends. However, there are some things that you might want to leave in the hands of a professional and the DJ for your wedding reception is one of those things. Unfortunately, it may not be easy to tell your favorite cousin who loves music and has a large collection of songs or your uncle with the new beats system that he or she might not be exactly what you need for your wedding festivities.…

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