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  2. One of the most common questions I get is how do you setup your equipment when you go on the road (mobile DJ). Here is a horrible drawing that might help on how I set up for a small-medium event. Red lines are POWER I personally use rekordbox as the software of choice which is why you see the RB-DMX1 DMX controller connected to my laptop via USB on one side and the Donner Wireless connected on the DMX side. If you use any other software like Serato, Virtual DJ or DeJay AI then the RB-DMX1 won't work for you and you may want to look into the subscription based SoundSwitch. As a backup to the Donner Wireless not being charged or not working, I just carry two extra DMX cables (1 to run from the RB-DMX1 to the parcan and 1 from the last parcan in the chain to the Gigbar) I use powered speakers (different ones depending on the size of the gig but ALWAYS powered speakers.. with passive speakers if your one amp goes down you have no sound.. with powered speakers if the amp in the speaker craps out, your other speaker can keep the party going) If laptop craps out, I carry an iPad Pro with me that I can hook up directly to the DDJ-400 If the DDJ-400 craps out I have two options I can connect the iPad Pro directly into the Mixer and utilize the iOS version of DeJay AI (which I've DJ'd an entire event from iPad Pro to see if I could do it and it worked.. not my go to but as a backup it works great) I can plug my USB from my laptop directly in the Mixer
  3. I ended up getting the Pioneer DJM-S7 and mainly because I can use it with Serato, Rekordbox, Virtual DJ, Dejay Pro, etc.. After playing with Serato and Rekordbox I found that I find advantages to both BUT a big plus on Rekordbox is if you do decide to do DMX lighting as well, its built in and doesn't require an additional membership. If you go the Serato route you end up having to pay a subscription to Sound Switch which is very similar to what is included in Rekordbox for free. Another advantage Rekordbox has over Serato is the automix feature. Now most real DJ's would NEVER use automix so its not a big deal to them to not have it. Then there are others that don't mind playing a playlist with automix running while they take a break or hit the restroom. Yes you could use Virtual DJ or Dejay Pro which do a great job at automixing a playlist but now you have to run two different software applications and if you are using Serato that would be a third software application (1. Serato 2. Soundswitch 3. software that supports automixing) Back to the hardware.. so since I wanted to test out all the different features of the different software I chose the S7 A learning lesson... if you go with a mixer instead of an all-in-one controller like the DDJ-400, rekordbox see's the USB connection to a mixer and in the software marks the S7 as an external mixer and grays out the Internal Mixer option. ONLY way to use automixing in rekordbox is to have the software on Internal Mixer (it can not be on External Mixer) so my S7 is up for sale since its a requirement I have.

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    This DJ Controller has been rarely used and works great.


    Davison, Michigan - US

  5. This is a sensitive topic since so many people are passionate about what is the best or what's correct lighting. Let me share with you what I like and you can go from there. Not saying what I like is the right or correct lighting solution but it works for me. Hardware Control: SoundSwitch (requires subscription of either $8/mo or $80/year + one time purchase of SoundSwitch Hardware $200) DJ RB-DMX1 DMX Converter for Rekordbox 512-Ch USB DMX Controller (no subscription but requires RekordBox software which requires supported Pioneer hardware): Donner Wireless DMX Battery Dongles Lights: EASY PRE-BUILD Chauvet DJ Gig Bar Move + ILS 5-in-1 DJ Party/ Stage Lighting System with Tripod, Wireless footswitch, RF Remote 2 DMX Cables, and Free Carry Bags MANUAL BUILD (should all be in slave mode) Intimidator Trio SlimPAR 38 SlimPAR 64 Chavet Pro Nexus Fusion Spot MKII Slimline 5Q5 RGBW Stand Connectivity Speakers <--(XLR out) DJ Controller <--(USB) MacBook Pro Donner Wireless Transmitter <--(DMX) Soundswitch <--(USB) MacBook Pro Donner Wireless Dongle <--(DMZ) Lights Software SoundSwitch DJ Software (rekordbox, Serato, Virtual DJ, Traktor)
  6. Looking for a new Mixer or Controller that meets the following requirements: Still work with my DJ Software algoriddim djay pro virtual dj serato It must work with my mac and ios iPad Pro It must have XLR Master Out and Combo Mic In Must have USB soundcard built in Let's talk about the Mixer I'm looking at first I really like everything I am reading about the Pioneer DJ DJM-S5 which runs around $800 Some cool features above my requirements stated above is it comes with USB-C connection and is powered by this USB-C whether its plugged into your laptop (Mac) or a usb-c power adapter to include a battery powered charger with usb-c for those remote events. So you can run a gig in the middle of nowhere with this mixer, macbook pro and a EV battery powered speaker. No generator needed even though a jackery solar powered generator might also help for the extended gigs. Now we found a mixer, let's look at a controller that meets all the requirements around the same price. I am leaning on the Pioneer DJ DDJ-800 2-Deck which runs around $840 CON: The DDJ-800 only works with the Pioneer software rekordbox which means I can't use SoundSwitch to control my lights since rekordbox has there own solution for lights. I prefer to use SoundSwitch because it works with all DJ Software but unfortunately not rekordbox. So if you go with DDJ-800 you will always have to use rekordbox and what Pioneer solutions are available. I love Pioneer products but not a fan of forcing me to use a software when it may be limited. If you really like the DDJ-800 but want Serato support you'll need to jump up to the flagship product Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT 4-deck which will run you about another $500 ($1300) but make sure you get the SRT version which is the DDJ-1000 made for serato. CON: the DDJ-1000srt does NOT support playing music from iPad with software like Djay Pro by algoriddim but you can use this software from your Mac, just not any IOS device. Looks like Pioneer Controllers I'm just limited to something that costs $2000 like the DDJ-REV7 which seems crazy to me but the REV7 does support DJing from iOS with something like djay pro and Mac using Serato or Virtual DJ. .
  7. So last time I discussed music source it was quite a few years ago at which time CD's was still happening. We would get our CD's and import them into our system but now it would be tough to find anyone still supplying CD's since we are in a digital world. I'm still a huge fan of Promo Only but now its all digital (no more getting CD's in the mail). So many DJ sources for music are (in no real order): Affordable ways to discover new music Soundcloud YouTube Spotify TikTok Shazam Paid DJ music sources Beatport (Best for electronic & EDM DJs) BPM Supreme Traxsource (Best for house DJs) Beatsource (Best for open-format DJs) iTunes Store (Best for mainstream music) Bandcamp (Best for supporting the artist) Amazon Music (Best for the penny pinchers) Juno Download Boomkat Bleep Free DJ music sources Soundcloud (not all free but you can find free music from emerging artists typically) Free Music Archive (All MP3's are free to download) Noisetrade Jamendo Demodrop CCTrax You might want to know which streming services work with which DJ Software The biggest factor in a DJ’s choice of streaming platform is their music library. Does it cover everything the DJ needs, and does the library have a well-varied and constant back catalogue? Audio encoding: MP3 or AAC – Some platforms encode their music using the generic MP3 file format, and others use the newer AAC format. AAC has a more intelligent way of compressing the file without it losing quality. As a result, a lower bit-rated AAC file will have the same audio quality as a higher bit-rated MP3 file; for example, AAC at 256kbps is equivalent to MP3 at 320kbps. Service DJ Software Audio Quality Amazon Prime / Music Unlimited Engine DJ (SC LIVE 4 & SC LIVE 2 ONLY) (Music Unlimited only) up to 24-bit/192kHz FLAC (music unlimited) Beatport Streaming rekordbox, Serato DJ, Traktor, VirtualDJ, Engine DJ, WeDJ, Algoriddim Djay (Mac/ iOS only), DJuiced, Reloop Advanced: 128kbps AAC Professional: 256kbps AAC Beatsource rekordbox, Serato DJ, Traktor, VirtualDJ, Engine DJ, Algoriddim Djay (Mac/ iOS only), DJuiced, Dex3 Base: 128kbps AAC Pro+: 256kbps AAC Soundcloud Go+ rekordbox, Serato DJ, Traktor, VirtualDJ, Engine DJ, WeDJ, Algoriddim Djay (Mac/ iOS only), DJuiced Go: 128kbps AAC Go+: 256kbps AAC TIDAL rekordbox, Serato DJ, Traktor, VirtualDJ, Engine DJ, Algoriddim Djay (Mac/ iOS only), DJuiced 320kbps MP3 – 1411kbps WAV (HiFi) and up to 24-bit/192kHz studio master quality FLAC (HiFi Plus) Tidal and Soundcloud have a similar offering as iTunes as they give decent access to material from top 40 and mainstream charts. To Stream Music or Download Music Owning your own music in the shape of downloaded, locally kept music files is still a non-negotiable. Why? Well, in no particular order… Local files are more reliable to DJ with – Once these tracks are on your computer, or your USB drive, it’s as good as having the record or CD with you They’re truly yours forever – No streaming service going bankrupt, or licensing agreement with a record label running out, can affect the availability of tunes you actually own You’ll think harder about each track once you go to the trouble of downloading and organizing it into your collection – The act of downloading/buying, tagging, and protecting your local music takes effort and often money, and so you’ll give more thought to each new track, which is always a good thing for keeping the quality of your DJing high. And finally, if you’ll permit me to share an artistic reason… An actual collection says something tangible about you – These individual tracks become part of how you view the world of music. By owning them, you’re making a statement. To put it more poetically, the tracks you play are the words that form the sentences you “speak” to your audience when you DJ. And as all great communicators know, if you want to convince anyone of anything, you should never use borrowed words…
  8. First Dance Songs that focus on the genre rock
  9. First Dance Songs focused on the genre pop
  10. Below is a suggestion of songs the Bride & Groom could dance to for the very first time. Songs are focused on the genre country
  11. I went with the Electro-Voice everse 8 for my speaker mainly because of reviews and I have EV powered speakers that work very well.
  12. In many cases the ceremony is outdoors not near any kind of power supply and you need to address 200-500 people at a ceremony. SPEAKER SOLUTION Electro-Voice EVERSE 8 Battery-Powered Speaker ($630) Bose S1 Pro Multi-Position Powered PA System With Battery ($600) QSC CP8 1000W 8 inch Powered Speaker ($500) Mackie Thump Go 8" Portable Battery-Powered Loudspeaker ($450) MIC SOLUTION Sony ECM-AW4 Bluetooth Wireless Microphone System ($200)
  13. Wanted to share my setup for small gigs. Below is an Overview (not getting into the specifics) DENON DN-X900 DENON DN-HC4500 iPad Pro EV 15" Powered Speakers SETUP First power up the DENON stuff after your speakers are plugged in and turned on NEXT run the USB cable from the DENON DN-HC4500 to a usb-c to USB adapter Then open djay pro AI on your iPad and then plug the adapter into the iPad Pro Go into settings and click on MIDI Devices Under MIDI Devices you should see DN-HC4500, click on it Now on the DENON DN-HC4500, Deck on the LEFT (we'll call this Deck 1) press Play/Pause button and when it pops up on your iPad link Target to Deck 1 and Action to Play / Pause Do the same thing for Deck 2 where you click Play/Pause button and when it pops up on your iPad link Target to Deck 2 and Action to Play / Pause Click Save at the top Now back to Settings click on Audio Device Setup Mixer Mode: Internal Main Output: DN-HC4500 ch 1-2 Pre-Cueing: DNHC4500 ch 3-4 HOW TO USE SETUP On the DENON DN-X900 (the mixer) you will need to use two channels (I personally use the last two (of four) on the right). I have 3 set to L6 and I have 4 set to L8 (Channel 3 will be your main output and Channel 4 will be your headphones.. the cue button should be pushed for Channel 4) Cross Fader I have all the way to the Left (if its in the middle it will pickup songs you are trying to JUST listen to through the headphones). ALSO note the Cross Fader Assign on Channel 4 should be set to B (if its POST it will bleed out your main and if its on A then it will be crushing your main song) Also note the Channel 4 I have the volume turned all the way down in case accidentally slide the cross fader ACTION In the below image of the iPad Pro with djay PRO AI using the PRO view and the track on the left is playing as the main output via Channel 3 on your mixer. The track on the right is playing to Channel 4 on your mixer and only to your headphones.
  14. These are some of my favorites (in no order) Fast Songs 38 Special - Hold On Loosely AC/DC - Back in Black AC/DC - You Shook Me All Night Long AC/DC - Thunderstruck AC/DC - T.N.T. AC/DC - Highway to Hell Aerosmith - Dude (Looks Like A Lady) Aerosmith - Same Old Song and Dance Alice Cooper - Poison Alice Cooper - Is It My Body Anthrax - Caught In A Mosh [heavy] Anthrax - Among The Living Autograph - Turn up the Radio Autograph - Blondes In Black Cars Bad Company - Can't Get Enough Bad Company - Rock n Roll Fantasy Billy Squier - The Stroke Billy Squier - Everybody Wants You Billy Squier - Lonely Is The Night Billy Squier - My Kinda Lover Black Sabbath - Iron Man Black Sabbath - War Pigs Bon Jovi - Livin On A Prayer Bon Jovi - You Give Love A Bad Name Bon Jovi - Bad Medicine Bryan Adams - Summer of '69 Cinderella - Shake Me Cinderella - Gypsy Road Danzig - Mother Danzig - Twist of Cain David Lee Roth - Just Like Paradise Def Leppard - Pour Some Sugar On Me Def Leppard - Rock Of Ages Def Leepard - Photograph Deep Purple - Smoke On The Water Dio - Rainbow in the Dark Dire Straits - Money for Nothing Dokken - Breaking the Chains Faith No More - Epic Faith No More - The Real Thing Foreigner - Juke Box Hero Foreigner - Hot Blooded Grand Funk Railroad - We're An American Band Guns N Roses - Sweet Child O Mine Guns N Roses - Paradise City Guns N Roses - Welcome To The Jungle Heart - Barracuda Iron Maiden - The Trooper Iron Maiden - Run to the Hills Iron Maiden - 2 Minutes to Midnight Rick Springfield - Jessie's Girl Jane's Addiction - Jane Says Jane's Addiction - Mountain Song Joan Jett - I Love Rock N Roll Joan Jett - I Hate Myself for Loving You Journey - Any Way You Want It Journey - Separate Ways Judas Priest - Breaking the Law Judas Priest - You've Got Another Thing Coming Judas Priest - Living After Midnight Kansas - Carry on Wayward Son KISS - Rock and Roll all Nite KISS - Strutter KISS - I Love It Loud Krokus - Living Colour - Cult of Personality Loverboy - Working for the Weekend Megadeth - Symphony of Destruction Metallica - For Whom The Bells Tolls Metallica - One Metallica - Seek & Destroy Metallica - Master of Puppets Motley Crue - Girls, Girls, Girls Motley Crue - Dr. Feelgood Motley Crue - Kickstart My Heart Motley Crue - Shout At The Devil Motorhead - Ace of Spades Mountain - Mississippi Queen Night Ranger - Don't Tell Me You Love Me Ozzy Osbourne - Crazy Train Ozzy Osbourne - Bark at the Moon Pantera - Cowboys from Hell Pat Benatar - Hit Me With Your Best Shot Pat Benatar - Heartbreaker Poison - Nothin' But A Good Time Poison - Unskinny Bop Queen - I Want It All Queen - Another One Bites The Dust Quiet Riot - Cum on Feel the Noize Quiet Riot - Metal Health Rainbow - Since You Been Gone Ratt - Round and Round Ratt - Lay It Down Riot - Swords and Tequilla Robert Palmer - Addicted to Love Rush - The Spirit of Radio Rush - Tom Sawyer Sammy Hagar - Heavy Metal Saxon - Wheels of Steel Scorpions - Rock You Like A Hurricane Scorpions - No One Like You Skid Row - 18 and Life Slayer - Raining Blood [heavy] Stevie Nicks - Edge of Seventeen Styx - Renegade Tesla - Modern Day Cowboy The Rolling Stones - Start Me Up The Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar The Who - Pinball Wizard The Who - Baba O'Riley Thin Lizzy - The Boys Are Back In Town Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak Twisted Sister - We're Not Gonna Take It Twisted Sister - I Wanna Rock Twisted Sister - The Kids Are Back Van Halen - Panama Van Halen - Hot for Teacher Van Halen - Why Can't This Be Love Van Halen - Jump Van Halen - Runnin with the Devil Van Halen - Eruption Vixen - Edge Of A Broken Heart Volbeat - Lola Montez Warrant - Down Boys Warrant - Cherry Pie Whitesnake - Here I Go Again Whitesnake - Fool for Your Loving Winger - Seventeen XYZ - Inside Out ZZ Top - Can't Stop Rockin ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin Slow Songs Cinderella - Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone) Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead Or Alive Poison - Every Rose Has Its Thorn Danzig - How the Gods Kill
  15. I love my Bose L1 Series 2 speakers. I have two setups with two Bass modules per speaker and am completly happy with my purchase. However, I'm note a big fan of bringing them outdoors. I have and the music is great but having my speakers exposed to the elements (dust, floating pollen balls, mist, humidity, sun baking, etc) makes me nervous. So I am looking for alternatives for outside wedding ceremonies and I believe I am going to settle for the JBL EON series speakers. They two are powered. For the Ceremony I will utilize just one JBL EON510 10" 280w Powered speaker or the JBL EON515 450w powered speaker. No deep bass from a 10" sub but the ability to play all music and prior to ceremony I could just throw a cover over the speaker to keep out the dust. Also an advantage of using the JBL is a speaker stand with adjustable legs to offset differences in levelness in the ground. With the Bose its very difficult on uneven surface. For price I am looking at $600 for the EON510 or $800 for the EON515 with $70 speaker cover for the EON515 $150 Ultimate TS-100 Air-Powered Speaker Stand $1100 TOTAL (max with tax) Then make your speaker wireless by adding the Phonic WM-SYS4 which includes 1- Phonic WM70 Stereo Transmitter (two XLR input connectors) 2 - Phonic WM400 Receivers (one for left and one for right) This runs around $350 and provides around 200ft of wireless connectivity to an active (powered) speaker. So all that is required at the remote location would be two 110 plugs (1 for active speaker, 1 for wireless receiver). So I have run into the issue that most mixers only have one MAIN out for left and one MAIN out for right and 99% of the time these are Male XLR connectors. My system I have the Bose L1 Series II which takes 1/4" Balanced input for the Left and 1/4" Balanced input for the Right. Also I have a nice JBL EON15 which I use for an extended speaker and eventually I will have another one of these. So I have 3-4 speakers but only two outputs, how do I accomplish this. I am thinking of using a Y-Splitter for the left and a Y-Splitter for the right which will take the output and split them to two male XLR outputs per left and two Male output connectors for the right. For the Bose I utilize a Female XLR to 1/4" Balanced and the JBL For the JBL I utilize the longest "quality" XLR cable I can find which is 50' and is provided by Monster.
  16. iTunes would kill you if you relied on that for all your music. I use iTunes only when I need something I don't have and someone is requesting. It doesn't happen often but it does happen. There are a lot of different music source vendors out there which I will list in a later post. I use to use a company by the name of Promo Only for my music and music videos. Now I use them strictly for my music videos and my music is now delivered through TM Jones... Prime Cuts. Why did I switch? I love getting a CD of music every week and that CD containing the top hits for each genre versus Promo Only has one CD per month of one genre. If you want more genre's, that means more CD's and you still only get one per month. Quality is the same but the CD's are prettier from Promo Only but they are both functional and work great for importing as I run everything electronically.
  17. Where do you get all your music to keep up to date? It would cost a small fortune and a big guessing game on what is hot and what's not as I navigate through iTunes.
  18. This is an overlooked playlist by many and I find it is a very important piece of any event. This playlist sets the mood that will either start people in the direction of dancing or sleeping. I usually find it best to start with jazz instrumental and maybe some blues then introduce some music from the 20's - 40's like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Mel Torme' and Bing Crosby.
  19. Here is some song suggestions when announcing/introducing the wedding party at the wedding reception SONGNAME Artist or Group Ain't Going Down Garth Brooks Ain't No Stopping Us Now McFadden & Whitehead All Night Long Lionel Richie Another One Bites The Dust Queen Arthurs Fanfare First Knight Soundtrack Celebration Kool & The Gang ESPN Jock Jam Various Artists Get Ready For This 2 Unlimited Going To The Chapel Dixie Cups Green Onions Booker T &* The MG's Hail To The Victors U Of M Fight Song Hells Bells AC/DC Hot Hot Hot Buster Poindexter Imperial March Star Wars Soundtrack It's The End Of The World . R.E.M. Kalifornia Fat Boy Slim Let's Go Crazy Prince Men In Black Will Smith Mission Impossible Theme Adam Clayton Moments In Love Art Of Noise One More Time Daft Punk Put Your Hands Up Black & White Brothers Rock N Roll Part II Gary Glitter Sandstorm Darude Soul Bossa Nova Austin Power's Theme Southside Moby Take It To Da House Trick Daddy The Final Countdown Europe Twilight Zone 2 Unlimited We Go Together Grease Zombie Nation Kernkraft 400
  20. Some songs that have been used by Bride & Grooms as there first dance song. SONGNAME Artist or Group A Little More Time On You N Sync A Long and Lasting Love Crystal Gayle A Million Ways The Nylons A Moment Like This Kelly Clarkson A Whole New World Peabo Bryson / Regina Belle After All Cher & Peter Cetera After The Lovin' Englebert Humperdinck All I Ask Of You Phantom of The Opera All I Ever Wanted Margaret Becker All I Long For Michael English & Susan Ashton All I Need to Know Kenny Chesney All My Life KCI & JoJo All The Time Johnny Mathis All The Way Celine Dion All This Time Reba McEntire Always Atlantic Star Always Erasure Always and Forever Heatwave Always On My Mind Willie Nelson Amazed Lonestar Angel Eyes Jeff Healy Band Annie's Song John Denver Anniversary Waltz Eddy Howard Around The World Jane Morgan As Time Goes By Jimmy Durante At Last Etta James Baby I'm-A Want You Bread Band of Gold Don Cherry Beautiful In My Eyes Jasuah Kadison Because The Dave Clark Five Because of You Tony Bennet Because You Loved Me Celine Dion Beginnings Chicago Best Of Times Styx Bless the Broken Road Rascal Flatts Butterfly Kisses Bob Carlisle Can You Feel The Love Tonight Elton John Can't Fight This Feeling REO Speedwagon Can't Help Falling in Love Elvis Presley Can't Help Falling In Love Elvis Presly / UB40 Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You Frankie Valli Caught up in The Rapture Anita Baker Chances Are Johnny Mathis Cheek To Cheek (Heaven, I'm in Heaven) Fred Astaire Cherish Kool & the Gang Cherish The Association Close To You Carpenters Color My World Chicago Color Of My Love (The) Celene Dion Come Rain, Come Shine Bette Midler Completely Michael Bolton Could I Have This Dance Anne Murray Count On Me Jefferson Starship Crazy For You Madonna Crazy Love Van Morrison Dance of Love Dan Hill Don't Know Much L. Ronstadt & A. Neville Don't Know Much Aaron Nevile and Linda Ronstadt Don't Want to Miss a Thing Aerosmith Dream A Little Dream Of Me Mamas & The Papas Dream A Little Dream Of Me (Jazz) Ella Fitzgerald Dreaming of You Selena Ebb Tide Righteous Brothers Elsewhere Sarah McLaughlin Endless Love Diana Ross/Lionel Richie Eternal Flame The Bangles Every Time I Close My Eyes Baby Face Every Woman in The World Air Supply Everybody Loves Somebody Dean Martin Everything I Do (I Do It For You) Bryan Adams Everytime I Close My Eyes Babyface Faithfully Journey Falling Into You Celene Dion Fascination Nat King Cole Feels So Right Alabama Fields of Gold Sting For Me And My Gal Judy Garland For Once in My Life The Four Tops For the First Time Kenny Loggins For You Kenny Lattimore For You I Will Monica Forever Kenny Loggins Forever and Always Shania Twain Forever and Ever, Amen Randy Travis Friends Elton John Friends Michael W. Smith Friends For Life Debbie Boone From A Distance Bette Midler From Here to Eternity Michael Petersen From This Moment On Shania Twain Give Me Forever (I Do) James Ingram & John Tesh Giving You The Rest of My Life Bob Carlisle Glory of Love Peter Cetera Go There With You Steven Curtis Chapman God Causes All Things to Grow Steve Green Groovy Kind of Love Phil Collins Grow Old Along With Me Mary Chapin Carpenter Have I Told You Lately Rod Stewart / Van Morrison Have You Ever Really Loved A Women Bryan Adams Head Over Feet Alanis Morisette Heaven Bryan Adams Here and Now Luther Vandross Here We Are Gloria Estefan Hero Mariah Carey Hold Me W. Houston & T. Pendergrass Honestly Stryper How Deep Is The Ocean Vic Damone How Do I Live Trisha Yearwood How Do I Live Without You LeAnne Rimes How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You James Taylor I Believe (In You & Me) The Four Tops I Believe in Miracles Englebert Humperdink I Can't Give You Anything But Love Judy Garland I Can't Stop Loving You Hank Williams Sr I Could Not Ask For More Edwin McCain I Cross My Heart George Strait I Do Paul Bryant I Do (Cherish You) Mark Wills I Do (Cherish You) 98 Degrees I Don't Want to Live Without You Foreigner I Don't Want to Miss a Thing Aerosmith I Finally Found Someone Bryan Adams & Barbra Streisand I Finally Found Someone Adams/Streisand I Got You Babe Sonny and Cher I Just Can't Stop Loving You Michael Jackson I knew I Loved You (Before I met You) Savage Garden I Love the Way You Love Me Faith Hill I Love The Way You Love Me John M. Montgomery I Love You Sarah McLachlan I Love You Climax Blues Band I Love You Because Al Martino I Love You Just The Way You Are Billy Joel I Love You More And More Everyday Al Martino I Loved You Before I Met You Savage Garden I Never Knew Love Doug Stone I Only Have Eyes for You Art Garfunkel I Only Have Eyes For You The Flamingo's I Swear John Michael Montgomery / All 4 One I Want to Know What Love Is Foreigner I Want To Marry You The Dell-Vikings I Want To Spend My Lifetime Loving You Tina Arena & Marc Anthony I Was Made to Love Her Stevie Wonder I Will Christopher Cross I Will Always Love You Whitney Houston I Will Be Here Steven Curtis Chapman I'd Fall In Love Tonight Anne Murray I'll Always Be Loving You George Strait I'll Always Be Right There Bryan Adams I'll Always Love You Taylor Dayne I'll Be Edwin McCain I'll Be There Mariah Carey I'll Be There For You Kenny Rogers I'll Make Love To You Boyz II Men I'll Make Love To You Boyz To Men I'll Stand by You The Pretenders I'll Still Be Loving You Restless Heart I'm Glad You're Mine Al Green I'm In The Mood For Love Julie London Ice Cream Sarah MacLaughlan If Bread If I Change The World Eric Clapton If Tomorrow Never Comes Garth Brooks If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful J Jackson In My Life The Beatles In My Life Beatles In This Life Collin Raye In Your Eyes Peter Gabriel Into The Mystic Van Morrison It Had to Be You Harry Connick, Jr. It Had To Be You F. Sinatra/H. Connick Jr It's Your Love Faith Hill and Tim McGraw It's Your Love Tim McGraw/Faith Hill / SheMoves Just The Way You Are Billy Joel Just You and I Eddie Rabbit & Crystal Gayle Keeper of the Stars Tracy Byrd Killing Me Softly With His Song Roberta Flack Kindness David Wilcox Kiss From A Rose Seal Lady Kenny Rogers Lady In Red Chris DeBurgh Let It Be Me Everly Brothers Let Me Call You Sweetheart Lawrence Welk Let The Bells Keep Ringing Paul Anka Let's Get Married Al Green Let's Stay Together Al Green Let's Talk About Love Celene Dion Long As I Live John Michael Montgomery Look at Us Vince Gill Look Heart, No Hands Randy Travis Looking Through the Eyes of Love Melissa Manchester Lost in Love New Edition Love John Lennon Love and Marriage Frank Sinatra Love Is Forever Billy Ocean Love Is Here to Stay Frank Sinatra Love Me For Life Stevie B. Love Me Tomorrow Chicago Love of a Lifetime Firehouse Love of My Life Sammy Kershaw Love Remains Colin Raye Love Song Tesla Love Song The Cure Love The World Away Kenny Rogers Love Theme From The Godfather Bobby Vinton Love Will Keep Us Alive Eagles Lovin' You Minnie Riperton Loving You The Mavericks Made For Loving You Doug Stone Make Someone Happy Jimmy Durante Making Love Roberta Flack Man in Love With You George Strait Many a Mile Colin Raye Masterpiece Atlantic Star Me and You Kenny Chesney Meant To Be Squirrel Nut Zippers Memories Are Made of This Dean Martin Memory Andrew Lloyd Webber (Cats) More Andy Williams More Than Words Extreme More Today Than Yesterday Pat Upton Most Beautiful Girl In The World Prince My Funny Valentine Ella Fitzgerald My Girl The Temptations My Heart Will Go On Celine Dion My One And Only Love Nancy Wilson My Prayer The Platters My Valentine Martina McBride Need I Say More George Strait Never Gonna Give You Up Rick Astley Never Gonna Let You Go Blackstreet Never My Love The Association Never Thought (That I Could Love) Dan Hill Night And Day Frank Sinatra Nobody Does It Better Carly Simon Nobody Loves Me Like You Do Whitney Houston Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You Glenn Medeiros Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now Starship Now The Carpenters Now and Forever Richard Marx On Bended Knee Boys II Men On The Side Of Angels Leanne Rimes On The Wings Of Love Jeffrey Osborne One Boy One Girl Colin Raye One Hand, One Heart West Side Story One in a Million You Larry Graham One Moment in Time Whitney Houston Only Wanna Be With You Hootie & The Blowfish Only You The Platters Open Arms Journey Orange Colored Sky Nat King Cole Ordinary Love Sade Our Love Is Here To Stay Nat King Cole Over and Over Annie Herring People Barbara Streisand Pledging My Love Emmylou Harris Power of Love Laura Brannigan Power of Love Celine Dion or Jennifer Rusk Promise Me You'll Remember Harry Connick, Jr. Real Love Bob Seger & Silver Bullet Band Ribbon in The Sky Stevie Wonder Rose, (The) Bette Midler Same Ole Love Anita Baker Save The Best For Last Vanessa Williams Saving All My Love For You Whitney Houston Sea of Love Honeydrippers Search Is Over Survivor Secret Love Doris Day Shameless Garth Brooks She Talks To Angels Black Crowes She's Got a Way Billy Joel Shining Star Manhattans Shower Me With Your Love Surface Signed Sealed Delivered Stevie Wonder Since I Fell For You Michael Bolton Slave To Love Brian Ferry Smoke Gets in Your Eyes The Platters So in Love KD Lang Somebody Depeche Mode Someone To Hold Trey Lorenz Something The Beatles Something About The Way You Look Tonight Elton John Sometimes When We Touch Dan Hill Somewhere Barbara Streisand Stand By Me Ben E. King Still The One Shania Twain Storybook Love Mark Knopfler (The Princess Bride) Suddenly Billy Ocean Summer Wind Frank Sinatra Sunrise Sunset Tommy Dorsey Sweet Love Anita Baker Sweet Thing Van Morrison Take It On Faith Joshua Kadison Take My Breath Away Berlin Taking You Home Don Henly Tell Him Celene Dion & Barbara Streisand Tenderly Rosemary Clooney Thank You Led Zeppelin That's All Kathy Lee Gifford That's Amoré Dean Martin That's How Strong My Love Is Otis Redding That's What Friends Are For D. Warwick The Dance Garth Brooks The Gift Jim Brickman The Gift Collin Raye The Most Beautiful Girl In The World Roy Clark The One Elton John The Only One Lionel Richie The Power of Love Celene Dion The Rose Bette Midler The Sweetheart Tree Johnny Mathis The Twelfth of Never Johnny Mathis The Vow The Flamingos The Vows Go Unbroken Kenny Rogers The Way You Look Tonight Frank Sinatra The Wedding The Solitaires Their Hearts Are Dancing The Forester Sisters There's No Love Like Our Love Crystal Gayle & Gary Morris These Are Days 10,000 Maniacs These Are The Days Van Morrison These Arms Of Mine Otis Redding They Can't Take That Away From Me Frank Sinatra They Say That Falling in Love is Wonderful Michael Poss (Annie, Get Your Gun) This I Promised You N'Sync This Is The Time Billy Joel Three Times a Lady Commodores Through The Eyes of Love Melissa Manchester Through The Fire Chaka Khan Through The Years Kenny Rogers Til There Was You Kim Weston & Marvin Gaye Time After Time Frank Sinatra Time In A Bottle Jim Croce To Be with You Mr. Big To Keep Love Alive Out of The Grey To Make You Feel My Love Garth Brooks To The Aisle The Five Satins Together Forever Rick Astley Tonight I Celebrate My Love Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack Tonight We Love Tony Martin Too Marvelous for Words Frank Sinatra True Spandau Ballet True Companion Marc Cohn True Love Bing Crosby Truly Lionel Richie Truly Madly Deeply Savage Garden Two Less Lonely People in the World Air Supply Two Sparrows In A Hurricane Tanya Tucker Unchained Melody The Rightous Brothers Unforgetable Nat King Cole Up Where We Belong Joe Cocker/Jenn Warnes Valentine Jim Brickman & Martina McBride Valentine Martina McBride Vision of Love Mariah Carey Waiting for a Girl like You Foreigner We're in this Love Together Al Jarreau We've Got Tonight Bob Seger We've Only Just Begun Carpenters Wedding Song Kenny G What a Wonderful World Louis Armstrong What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life Frank Sinatra When A Man Loves A Woman Percy Sledge When I Am With You Sheriff When I Fall In Love Celine Dion and Peblo Bryson When I Look Into Your Eyes Firehouse When I Need You Leo Sayer When I See You Smile Bad English When I'm Sixty Four The Beatles When I'm With You Sheriff When Love Finds You Vince Gill When We Get Married The Dreamlovers When You Love a Woman Journey When You Love Someone Bryan Adams When You Say Nothing At All Allison Krauss Will You Still Love Me? Chicago Wind Beneath My Wings Bette Midler Wings Of Love Jeffrey Osborne With Every Beat Of My Heart Backstreet Boys Woman John Lennon Wonder of You Elvis Presley Wonderful Tonight Eric Clapton You Jesse Powell You & Me Against the World Helen Reddy You and Me Lifehouse You Are My Lady Freddie Jackson You Are My Special Angel Bobby Helms You Are So Beautiful Joe Cocker You are the Sunshine Of My Life Stevie Wonder You Are The Sunshine of My Life S. Wonder You Decorated My Life Kenny Rogers You Give Good Love Whitney Houston You Light Up My Life Debbie Boone You Make Me Feel So Young Frank Sinatra You Mean More to Me Lionel Richie You Mean The World To Me Toni Braxton You Must Love Me Madonna (Evita) You Needed Me Anne Murray You Sang To Me Marc Anthony You Send Me Sam Cooke You're All I Need to Get by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell You're in My Heart, You're In My Soul Rod Stewart You're Love Amazes Me John Berry You're My Best Friend Queen You're My First, My Last, My Everything Barry White You're My Home Billy Joel You're My Inspiration Chicago You're Still The One Shania Twain You're The Best Thing That Ever Happened Gladys Knight You're The Inspiration Chicago You've Got A Friend James Taylor Your Love Amazes Me John Berry Your Own Special Way Genesis Your Song Elton John
  21. The Father and Daughter Dance and Mother Son Dance can be difficult to find a song. Here are some that have been used at other weddings. SONGNAME Artist or Group A Song For Mama Boyz II Men A Whole New World P. Bryson/R. Belle Because You Loved Me Celine Dion Bridge Over Troubled Water Simon & Garfunkel Butterfly Kisses Bob Carlisle Can You Feel The Love Tonight Elton John Could I Have This Dance Anne Murray Daddy's Hands Holly Dunn Daddys Lil' Girl Kippi Brannon Daddy's Little Girl Al Martino Daughter Of Mine John McDermott Father's Love Bob Carlisle Have I Told You Lately Rod Stewart/Van Morrison Hero Mariah Carey I Hope You Dance Leanne Womack In My Life The Beatles In Your Eyes Jeffrey Gaines It's Your Song Garth Brooks Moonshadow Cat Stevens Most Beautiful Girl In The World Prince My Best Friend Queen My Girl Temptations Oh Very Young Cat Stevens Song For My Son Mikke Viereck Stand By You The Pretenders Sunrise Sunset Original Cast Sunshine Of My Life Stevie Wonder Thank You For Loving Me Bon Jovi The Dance Garth Brooks The Perfect Fan Backstreet Boys The Way You Look Tonight Frank Sinatra/Tony Bennett There You'll Be Faith Hill Through the Years Kenny Rogers Unforgettable Coles Way You Look Tonight Steve Tyrell What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong Wind Beneath My Wings Bette Midler You've Got A Friend James Taylor
  22. Songs that have been used in the past for the Bouquet and Garter portion of the reception SONGNAME Artist or Group Amsterdam Van Halen Baby's On Fire Sammy Hagar Bad To The Bone George Thorogood Come To Poppa Bob Segar Do You Think I'm Sexy Rod Stewart Elevate My Mind Stereo MC's Erotic City Prince Freaky Girl Shaggy Girls The Beastie Boys Girls Got Rhythm AC/DC Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Cyndi Lauper Head Like a Hole Nine Inch Nails Hi Dee Ho K7 Hot 4 Teacher Van Halen I Wanna Be Sedated The Ramones I'm too Sexy Right Said Fred Independent Woman Destiny's Child Jumpin' Jumpin' Destiny's Child Jungle Boogie Kool & The Gang Just a Gigolo David Lee Roth Keep Your Hands To Yourself Georgia Satellites Ladies Night Kool & The Gang Legs ZZ Top Like A Virgin Madonna Men In Black Will Smith Mission Impossible Theme Adam Clayton Mustang Sally Commitments No Scrubs TLC Oh Yeah Yello Sex On Wheelz Thrill Kill Kult Sexy and 17 Stray Catx Sharp Dressed Man ZZ Top She Rides Danzig Stripper David Rose Who Let The Dogs Out The Baha Men Wild Child Iggy Pop You Can Leave Your Hat On Joe Cocker
  23. Here are some suggestions for Indie style music (adding as I run across some I like) Tame Impala The Vines
  24. -For the reception- "The Shake" by Neal McCoy "Feels Just Like It Should" by Pat Green "Skoal Ring" by Gretchen Wilson "Ticks" by Brad Paisley "The World" by Brad Paisley "Tangled Up" by Billy Currington "Whole Lot More" by Billy Currington "Center Of My World" by Chris Young "I Got You" by Craig Morgan "A Good Man" by Emerson Drive "Real Good Man"... Tim McGraw "Just Got Started Lovin' You" by James Otto "Good Good Lovin" by Brian McComas "Holding Heaven In My Arms Tonight" by Tracy Byrd "It's Good To Be Us" by Bucky Covington "Watermelon Crawl" - Tracy Byrd "Big Love" - Tracy Byrd "Love Will Always Win"... Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood "Down On The Farm" - Tim McGraw "Daddy's Money" - Riccochet "Little Bit Of Life" - Craig Morgan "Wrapped" - George Strait You Win My Love" - Shania Twain "Little Bitty" - Alan Jackson "Good Time" - Alan Jackson "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" - Kenny Chesney "Sold" - John Michael Montgomery "Livin' On Love" - Alan Jackson "Constantly" - Cross Canadian Ragweed "I Try To Think About Elvis" - Patty Loveless "Isn't That Everything" - Danielle Peck "Let Your Love Flow" - Bellamy Brothers "Kiss Me In The Dark" - Randy Rogers Band "Ladies Love Country Boys" - Trace Adkins "I Just Want To Dance With You" - George Strait "No Doubt About It" - Neal McCoy "She's Got A Way With Me" by Billy Currington "You're Where I Belong" by Trisha Yearwood "Two Hearts One Love" by Zona Jones "You Had Me From Hello" by Kenny Chesney "No Place That Far" by Sara Evans "Nothin But A Love Thang" by Darryl Worley "Look At You Girl" by Chris Ledoux "Two Of A Kind, Working On A Full House" by Garth Brooks "Wonderful Tonight" by David Kersh "Daddies & Daughters" by Lee Roy Parnell "My Wish" by Rascal Flatts "I Hope You Dance" ... Lee Ann Womack -For the bouquet toss- "This One Is For The Girls"... Martina McBride "Man, I Feel Like A Woman"... Shania Twain "Trying To Find Atlantis"... Jamie O'Neal
  25. I have run into this a few times when Nicecast stops sending the Song Title and Artist. Of course I try the obvious things like restarting Nicecast, restarting Shoutcast, rebooting and starting over and nothing works. Then I discovered it... Open Finder Macintosh HD - Users - youruserid - Library - Application Support - Nicecast and delete or rename NowPlaying.txt (if you open the file you will notice its populated with N/A) then restart Nicecast and you should be good to go.
  26. Being a disc jockey at a strip club can be a very challenging job. Most strip clubs already have a full time DJ, but there may be a chance a strip club in your area needs your services. The following steps will assist you in becoming a DJ at a strip club. Step 1
 Apply for DJ jobs in all the strip clubs in your area. Even if they have a full-time DJ, they may use you for special occasions or to fill in for their DJ when he or she has to be away. You will need DJ experience before a strip club will hire you so make sure you have some experience. Step 2
 Stay patient. Jobs will rarely jump out at you. It will take a little time but you must stay patient and not get discouraged while you are searching for that perfect DJ job at a strip club. Step 3 
Take other gigs in the meantime. Experience is very important and the more opportunities you have to get better at being a disc jockey, the better your chances are to land a big job at a strip club. Step 4
 Accept any offer a strip club gives you. That means you have your foot in the door and you can only go up from there. Do what they ask of you and before long you will be promoted.
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