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Topic: Dj NAme
geposted Sun 03 Jul 16 @ 1:43 am
geposted Sun 03 Jul 16 @ 2:00 am
in all the year's I've been doing this I have never called myself 'dj' anything but if you feel you really really need one either make one up or let your friends make one up. either way asking in here is just.. well... asking for it. like when your friends are drunk and you ask them a question and you get one of those answers?
but think about what you're playing, who you're playing it for, and where you're going to be playing it. does it need to be hip-hop, techno-ish, or dance-type sounding? is it for wedding dj'ing? or just a general purpose generic dj name because you won't feel complete without one?
in the end its up to you. not us.
geposted Sun 03 Jul 16 @ 8:03 am
geposted Sun 03 Jul 16 @ 6:39 pm
DJ josh1738 wrote :
is this one taken?
Well........can you get any Google results if you search for it?
geposted Sun 03 Jul 16 @ 6:40 pm
geposted Sun 03 Jul 16 @ 6:50 pm
geposted Sun 03 Jul 16 @ 6:57 pm
DJ josh1738 wrote :
Not that it matters, [other than catfishing famous dj names]
geposted Sun 03 Jul 16 @ 7:25 pm
Be simplistic, unpretentious, and honest Mr DJ Josh!
Better still ..forget about the DJ thing as has been suggested.
geposted Mon 04 Jul 16 @ 1:13 am
not DJ wicked beats
geposted Mon 04 Jul 16 @ 5:59 am
however... try and think of something that isn't difficult to remember at the end of the night when the customers are leaving, drunk, distracted, and generally couldn't care less who is playing the music so much as HOW the music was played.
the name isn't what they're going to remember as a selling point.
geposted Mon 04 Jul 16 @ 6:44 am
DJ Name Generator
Some Hint -Tips for search a DJ Name
Which Music Style / Genre do you play ?
geposted Sun 12 Feb 17 @ 12:58 pm
That's funny, because I have slipmats with a "no cheese" sign on them.
geposted Sun 12 Feb 17 @ 1:30 pm
Back in 2002 when I turned Professional I worked in an American style sportsbar (I'm in the UK btw). I had a package of name drop/jingles made in the USA by Chuck Fresh with his great American voice, perfect for the sportsbar. He also sent a CD with 100 generic jingles with his voice for free. I edited out my surname leaving just DJ Les and tada!! I used them a lot in that sportsbar as no-one else was using jingles at that time and it just seemed to fit. I still use one or two now but very sparingly.
Luckily, 3 years ago I secured the web address http://www.djles.co.uk and built a new website with it.
It all fits together nicely. :-)
geposted Sun 12 Feb 17 @ 2:41 pm
geposted Fri 20 Jul 18 @ 4:50 am