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Rock the Dancefloor: The Proven Five-step Formula for Total DJing Success

Narrated by: Phil Morse
Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
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Summary

If you want to know how it feels to be the DJ, to share the music you love with other people, to receive the adulation of packed dancefloors night after night, Rock the Dancefloor will show you exactly what to do to get there.  

Whether you're brand-new to DJing or a DJ who wants to finally break out of the bedroom, or you just want to improve your game, the five-step formula in this audiobook will help you become a truly great DJ. This clear and practical guide will enable you to: 

  • Understand modern DJ gear in order to avoid expensive mistakes
  • Assemble the best music collection, so you can fill any dancefloor
  • Quickly master all the techniques, so your DJ mixes sound amazing
  • Perform like a pro at any type of gig
  • Promote yourself effectively, for more and better paid bookings
©2016 Phil Morse (P)2018 Phil Morse

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Top Book - Top Man.

I have been Dj'ing for over 25 years, but still really enjoyed listening. I think where ever you are or what ever level you are at, be it Dj'ing or whatever it is, you should never think you are to advanced that you can't still learn, or that you no everything. I watch Phil The writer & Narrator every week on youtube (DigitalDjTips) & it surprises me how much i still learn & pick up. Especially as when i started there was no Digital Equipment, i had 2 Technics 1210's & a crappy mixer that didn't even have EQ. Anyway long story short - This book is definitely a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ for learners or Experienced Dj's. Would recommend to anyone, also try watching him on YouTube, you'll be surprised how much good info you pick up. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ All the way.....

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  • Zoe
  • 04-10-18

The New Bible for DJ’s

If you know Phil or not, this book clearly and concisely breaks down what we do a DJs, why we do it, and explains exactly the best way to do it. I’ve been in music over 40 years and have been DJing off and on for about 25 years. I have to admit it was a bit humbling to accept that I needed examine my DJing process. I was putting way too much preparation and leaving myself with too many variables which was making my gig too much work and just not fun. A big gig was approaching. Not knowing what to expect, I put this book on during a road trip. Low and behold, I devoured the content and immediately implemented the principles. A couple of weeks later there I was behind the decks at the biggest gig of the year “rocking the dance floor” and having the great time. DJ’s. Get into this and know that this book will be your reference for this generation. Thanks Phil!

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  • John Bragg
  • 30-04-19

From the UK to Dallas USA. All relatable info.

Anybody new to DJ'ing or someone needing a reminder of what you forgot. This is the book you need. Thanks Phil.

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  • James Espinoza
  • 25-06-19

Really good info for ideas

This is a easy book to listen to and re listen too. The author breaks down djing to help future dj's understand the business and other aspects of djing. I liked listening to it... a lot of it is basic knowledge but the other half is insider info all djs must understand'

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  • jeremy
  • 16-07-20

Avid dj

I been djing for roughly 2 years . Told me things i knew but reiterated things in a way that will make you truly get the sense to be a better dj

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  • Kimberly St. John
  • 06-07-20

Very helpful!!

I found this book very helpful, informative, and useful! Phil Morse does a fantastic job verbalizing and breaking down great tips in a very usable form. I’ve been a DJ for quite a while, and I still learned a ton here. I think this book is great for both beginner DJs and also those with more experience.

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  • Dexter
  • 19-01-20

Very thorough and detailed

Love the book and the fact that it touched on many different aspects of DJing. I look forward to applying and reviewing more.

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  • Christine
  • 04-01-20

liked it

lots of great info about many aspects of DJing. I would recommend it to others interested in trying DJing. also well-read, I enjoyed the language and reading voice of this audiobook. I'll likely listen a second time now that I have my equipment to practice

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  • Matthew brewer
  • 09-12-19

Good book, for all DJ types of DJ

I really like the book, even if your an seasons DJ. He reminds you of the basics