The Best DJ Course in London

  London Sound Academy is well known for providing the best DJ courses in London. They offer one-to-one DJ lessons at Beginner , Intermediate and Advanced levels. It’s the most flexible course too, you can choose your own tutor and your own lesson times! Both their London DJ studios are open seven days a week and lessons are available every day at 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm and 8pm.  London Sound Academy has become the most famous DJ academy in London because they organise amazing benefits for all their graduates. LSA is a close-knit community and graduates join the LSA alumni group which is full of DJs, producers, label-owners, promoters and music industry professionals. It’s a thriving community where you grow as an artist.  What’s more, LSA organises DJ gigs for all their DJ course graduates. Students can DJ at famous venues including Ministry of Sound, Egg London, 02 Brixton Academy, SW4 festival and dozens of smaller clubs and bars! Once a year they also

Why You'll Need to Consider Live Streaming your Event Post-Lockdown

  Welcome, to our thoughts on Live Streaming. There is no doubt that once we emerge from the current part-quarantine situation that we’re all in in this country, things will take a long time to go back to normal. So what does that mean for events? At least initially, they’re going to look a little different. Conferences will most likely be the first to return, followed perhaps by Charity Events, Weddings, and Birthday Parties in that order. But what will these events look like? It’s unlikely they will be exactly the same as before, at least in the short term. Some people, particularly those of age or with underlying health conditions, are certainly going to be slightly more reticent to attend events. Firstly, for travel reasons. In London in particular, public transport is pretty packed, and you certainly cannot keep any sort of distance from other commuters travelling in. These people may have concerns about interacting with people at the event itself too. Moreover, this virus has hit

Why AV Needn't be a Huge Hassle!

Planning events can be a stressful business. You've got to arrange the date, the venue, speakers, a marketing plan, the schedule, food & drink, and do all of the above within a certain timeframe and financial scope. And then, you've got the technical bit. Ordering any kind of AV production, in particular for a venue you may not be familiar with, can be a huge headache when you don't use the right supplier. So what can be done to help? 1) Consider how many microphones will be needed. The first question to consider here is whether you are having a panel discussion at any point. If you are, then each speaker will undoubtedly require a microphone. Whilst they could make do with a Lapel microphone is the best option here. This is a microphone that clips onto the speaker's clothing (just above the chest ideally), and transmits the sound wirelessly to the sound system. So if you are having 4 panellists (don't forget the host will need a microphone too), you w