Complete DJ Course

Complete DJ Course This 52 video course is designed for beginner & advanced students committed to becoming a working DJ in a condensed time frame. At the end of the 52 video course, students will be ready to DJ for a crowd and host their own party.The entire DJ Certification program is built on hitting key milestones along with strong mentorship from instructors and collaboration with your classmates. Classes move fluidly from one milestone to the next when students have grasped and mastered the concepts.

 

Complete DJ Course

$49.99

Per Month:

  • 52 HD Training Videos
  • Learn from DJ Symphony
  • Completion Certificate
  • 24/7 Tech Support
  • Smartphone Compatible

 
 
 

Serato Software Training

This class will introduce the student to three different Serato programs and teach how to implement the software. You must complete this class before you advance to the next.

 

How To Count Bars

This class will introduce the concept of bar counting and give students an opportunity to try various exercises to count bars of 4. This skill is a crucial to the art of deejaying. You must finish this class before you can advance to the next.

 

Using And Understanding The Pitch Control

This class will examine the importance of pitch control and teach students the art of controlling song speed while mixing.

 

Using Cue Points

This class will teach how to set up a predetermined cue point in any song.

 

How To Release Music On The One Count

This class will demonstrate how to locate the one count in a song and how to use it as the release point in a transition. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Using DJ Intros

This class will teach how to use 4-8 bar DJ intros in a song to transition or remix music. Students will have an opportunity to practice using DJ intros. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Mixing Instrumental With Vocals

This class will introduce how to make a live remix by combining vocals with different instrumentals. Students will learn how to sync songs using the DJ controller. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Transitioning With Spin Outs

This class will introduce the spin out and show how it can be implemented as an effect to transition between songs. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Transitions With DJ Filter Effect

This class will explore the filter on the DJ controller and show how to use it to create various effects by eliminating the hi or low sounds in a song.

 

Beat Matching Using Loops

This class will explain how to use a loop to sync up two songs that have different tempos. This technique is used while auditioning songs before they are played for the crowd. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Hand Push Blend Technique

This class will train a student to use the tone wheel correctly in the hand push technique. This technique is commonly used by DJ’s as an alternate tool when mixing songs. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Train Wreck USA

This class is an advanced exercise in recovering from a poor mix. Students will have to track 2 songs at 2 different bpm and learn how to follow one.

 

Using Revolutions To Locate Song Points

This class will train the deejay how to use counting revolutions as a method to locate points on a song.

 

Wait For It Exercise

This is another fun and unique exercise where students will have an opportunity to find identical song locations.

 

Emergency Deejay Scenario

This class will focus on deejaying without turntables. It is possible!

 

Eyes On The Crowd

This class will teach the student how to pay attention to the audience that he/she is entertaining. It will improve awareness & do's & don'ts when selecting music to play.

 

The Party Set

This class will teach how to create a party set using critical thinking skills.

 

Beat Juggling

This class will teach the technique of bringing the song back and forth.

 

Reverse Double Tap

This class will teach the technique of the reverse double tap using any sound on 2 records.

 

Scratching Between Each Note

This class will teach students a more advanced technique of scratching.

 

Push Back Pull Technique

This class will teach students timing and a more advanced technique of scratching and using the fader.

 

Warm Up Exercises

This class will have the students do various dynamic exercises to increase circulation and stretch hands muscles and joints. Warm up exercise help prepare a DJ physically for the activity. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Blending Instrumental With ACappella

This class will teach students how to blend instrumentals over top of an Acapella.

 

Using Real Vinyl

This class will introduce how to use real vinyl records with a compatible Serato program. Students should complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

How To Record

This class will show students how to record their set. A very useful tool in many DJ situations such as making a mixtape or planning for an event. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

How To Sign Contracts

This class will give important information about what content to include in a contract when working professionally as a DJ. Understand your rights and obligations under a contract. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

How To Use Your Headphones

This class will show you the importance of using your headphones while djing parties & events.

 

Understanding Song Structure

This class will emphasize on how to stagger your music list and not exhaust your music repertoire too early. You must complete this class before you can advance to the next.

 

Using And Understanding The Fader

The fader is an elemental tool of the deejay and in this class you will learn to control how to transition from one turntable to the other.

 

Using Equalizers

This class will teach how to use equalizers to enhance your sound.

 

Understanding Beats Per Minute

This class will focus on a key element of deejaying, understanding beats per minute will allow the deejay to control timing of the song.

 

Using The Turntable Tone Wheel

This class will explore how to change the tempo of a song using the tone wheel as an alternate to the pitch control when blending songs. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Mixing 2 Instrumentals Together

This class will show how to blend two instrumental songs. Students will be able to follow step-by- step directions to practice mixing songs. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Transitioning

This class will demonstrate how to do simple transitions using bar counting, the tone wheel and cue points. Students will do a transition exercise to become familiar with their controller elements needed to blend songs. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.


Transitioning With Screech Outs

This class will teach how to create a screech out and use it as a technique to transition between songs. A practice exercise will help students master the screech out. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Understanding And Setting Loops

This class will show how to set loops with different measures in a song. Students will learn techniques to incorporate loops in their blends. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Beat Matching Music With Different Speeds

This class will introduce the concept of doubling the bpm and teaching how to beat match faster paced music with slower paced music.

 

What’s A Train Wreck?

This class will allow students to understand how to audition music correctly and when to release music to their crowd without creating a sound clash. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

What's A Revolution

This class will focus on how to count revolutions. The class will offer multiple exercises to master this fundamental.

 

Using Sounds To Locate Song Points

This class will provide techniques of quickly locating song point by listening for particular cues. This class can be done with or without headphones. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

How To Use The Sync Button

This class will examine the use of the sync button and show how it can be a useful device in some situations. The sync button can not replace the other techniques that make a great DJ but it is still good to know how to use it. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Using Headphones As A Microphone

This class will show the student how to be pro active and use a regular set of headphones as a microphone.

 

When To Talk

This class will focus on how to talk for 4-8 bars and then transition into a song.


The Rewind Challenge

This unique exercise will help students improve their hand speed. The challenge is not as easy as it appears, give it a try! Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

How to Double Tap

This class will teach the technique of the double tap using any sound on 2 records.

 

Baby Scratching Into A Song

This class will focus on the baby scratch technique and how to use it to transition into a new song.

 

10 Second Runoff Exercise

This class will lead you in a fun and unique exercise of creating a 10 second runoff.

 

Doing Live Mashups

This class will provide exercise on how to remix a song on demand during a performance.

 

Using Sweepers

This class will highlight the use of sweepers.

 

Using DJ Markers

This class will examine how to locate song points with speed and efficiency on a record. This technique is helpful to use when you are not using headphones. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Marketing Yourself

This class will provide crucial industry advice about marketing your DJ brand. Learn where to place your music and how to reach the best audience for your work. Students must complete this video before advancing to the next lesson.

 

Curriculum Overview

This class is a review of all 52 instructional videos that you have watched.