The emergence of the event DJ was concurrent with the development of technologies that made it possible to be relatively mobile. Hand in hand with advances in technology,

DJs must not only have a good feel for mixing tracks, technological aptitude is a plus. The technical aspect of DJing requires the use of certain equipment which should evolve with technological advances. It is why The Good DJ keeps current with the best gear and a completely integrated system.

Not only is Lance a true professional (with so much gear, great lights- see photo of one of his wall washer LEDs, and high quality sound system!), he is a genuinely good person with an amazing heart. ~ Teresa Young, Client May 2022

Music and Recording

The Good DJ can bring a Numark NS7II DJ Controller with case and stand, QSC K12 powered speakers and KW181 powered subwoofer, an Apple MacBook Pro laptop computer, Pioneer HDJ2000 professional headphones, Ableton Live 9 software, a Sennheiser E835 microphone and an Akai Professional EIE PRO 24-bit Audio/MIDI interface with USB hub.

  • *1,000 watts of powered audio gear
  • *Laptop digital HIFI Dolby stereo sound quality
  • *Crystal clear audio equipment

Beyond the music gear, DJ Lance has commercial grade LED uplighting, and dance floor lighting. With professional placement and timed to the music, the effect is stunning!

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Music

  1. A single violin is made from over 70 individual pieces of wood. The violin, sometimes known as a fiddle, is a wooden string instrument in the violin family. Most violins have a hollow wooden body, and are mostly glued together. To this day, instruments from the so-called Golden Age of violin making, especially those made by Stradivari.
  2. According to Guinness World Records, Rod Stewart’s 1993 New Year’s Eve concert on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, remains the most-attended free concert that ever took place. An estimated 4.2 million people were in attendance at this performance.
  3. “Wanna Be” by The Spice Girls is the Catchiest Song of All Time. 12,000 test subjects were able to recognize it in about 2.3 seconds, which was way below the 5-second average of identifying other popular songs.
  4. “Jingle Bells” is a Christmas classic, but it didn’t originate that way. Written by James Lord Pierpont and published in 1857, it was meant to be sung during Thanksgiving. The song’s original title was “One Horse Open Sleigh.”
  5. Music Affects Your Perception of the World. Subjects who were tested were influenced by the music they heard, based on what they saw; participants were asked to listen to music and identify corresponding smiley faces. Smiley faces that matched the music were identified much more accurately. And even when no smiley face was shown, the subjects thought they recognized a happy face when listening to happy music, and a sad face when listening to sad music.
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