FAQ

Are you licensed and insured? Yes, we are properly licensed and carry a two million dollar aggregate liability policy.

Can I meet my DJ before I decide to hire him? Yes, we are happy to arrange a meeting between you and your prospective DJ prior to making any decisions.

Will my DJ wear a tuxedo? Yes, the default is a tux, but we will wear whatever you want as you may not want your DJ in a tux at a beach theme wedding etc..

Do you bring back-up equipment? Yes, if anything at all tears up, we have an extra one.

Do you have a back-up DJ in case of emergency? Yes, (knock on wood) we have never had to use an emergency backup DJ but we always have one standing by.

Do you play requests? Yes, as many as you want.

Will you put up a banner or sign? Gross, No! We don’t advertise our service at your event, period.

Can we have a “don’t play” list? Yes, you can exclude songs, artists, genres, whatever best communicates the music you do and do not want to hear.

Do you also act as emcee? Yes, we will make sure all of the traditional events are announced and everyone knows what’s going on. But you can rest assured your DJ will never yell, “Somebody scream!!” during the middle of a song.

Do you provide wireless microphones? Yes, during ceremonies we can provide a mic on a stand for anyone singing or reading as well as a lapel microphone for the officiant. During the reception we have a wireless handheld mic for toasts and announcements.

Do you have experience with Jewish traditions? Yes, Ha-Motzi, Kiddush Cup, The Hora etc.. We can orchestrate these traditions for you no problem at all.

Can you put a microphone on our officiant? Yes

If we bring some of our CDs, can you play them? Yes, or if you’d like to just give us the title and artist, if it’s on iTunes, we’ll download it, no charge.

Will my DJ take breaks? No, we don’t take breaks.

Can you provide a separate sound system for the ceremony? Yes

What do you need from the venue? A six foot, skirted table somewhere near an outlet.

Can you provide references? Yes

How much experience do you have? Ted started DJing in 1994. Nick started in 2001.

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