dj-music-wallpaper-82Want to ask me a question?  Why not leave me a voicemail!

I’ve decided to try something new.  You ask me a DJ-related question, and I will do my best to give you an answer.  If I get enough of them, I’ll dedicate an entire podcast episode to answering your questions.  All you need is an Internet connection and a microphone!

I want this to be fun and helpful, so let’s keep things sensible!  Here are the rules:

  • Please keep your question around one minute in length.  (It’s okay if you go over a little.)
  • You may share one URL/website, and you may only share it once.  Ex: “Hi David! My name is Bob from BobTheDJ.com. My question is…”
  • Disrespectful, spammy, or off-topic questions will be disregarded.
  • Please leave your name so I know who I’m talking to!

Ask away!

Please note that by leaving me a voicemail, you’re consenting to me using it for the podcast or anywhere else that Passionate DJ has a presence (social media, etc.)

I don’t guarantee that I will answer every single question, but if the question is reasonable and I feel I can provide an answer, there’s a very good chance that I will.  So, don’t be shy… let’s hear your questions!

7 Comments

  1. Aung Zayar
    August 11, 2014 @ 2:32 pm

    Hi! Mr.Davic,

    I am Aung Zayar and call me Zayar is the easy ways to call me.
    I had target to reach the hopefull of professional producer in Myanmar ( One of South East Asia Country ), and also now retired as design of engineering which just rest on last year ago. During this period, I try to enter the Club dj fields with Djing Producer and also estiblished the Dj Training Studio as the name of BeatZone but the process of this field is not penetrated in the dj training because of my staff who are working in nighclub and take drug so many. So after six month later, I seperated with them and try by myself with many Dj equipments.
    Finally I had prepare to reach in my dream when I started on djing music.
    So I take a look in any related webpages and registered to get the reference or technic of djing subjects and also music such as EDM.
    That are my brief of my situation how I try and learn with related fields.

    Thanks and Best Regards,
    Aung Zayar.

  2. jayson villa
    August 12, 2014 @ 8:31 pm

    Any transitions and techniques for quick mixing would be appreciated. Ive finally got beatmatching down and can do your traditional transition but when its time to pick up the pace I struggle. Any help with ‘festival’ like quick mixing

    • David Michael
      August 13, 2014 @ 8:14 pm

      Good suggestion Jayson… feel free to submit it, would love to hear your voice and have it for use on the podcast πŸ™‚

  3. Ian DjBrownie Brown
    November 20, 2014 @ 5:26 pm

    ive been told to nail a specific sub-genre by a dj with 15yrs experience ,but i cant decide ,,i like all aspects of drum & bass / jungle from 1992-present ? why cant i mix old with new ,,i like it

    • David Michael
      November 25, 2014 @ 4:45 pm

      Ian, I say do what you like instead of following someone else’s idea of what a DJ “should” do. πŸ™‚

      Personally, I hardly ever look at release dates.

  4. Alexander Socaci
    July 22, 2015 @ 8:16 am

    Hi. I like mixing deephouse and future house. I’ a begginer. And I’ m also from Romania, a country wich dosn’t have a big house scene. Here is just one big concert with future house ( Untold ) . Most of partyes are with deep and techhouse. So what should i do ? Start doing deephouse music or future house ? And I need one more advice : Abletone or FL Studio ?

  5. David Michael
    January 4, 2016 @ 10:18 pm

    Heya @sujahnshankar:disqus!

    You’re in luck with the timing here. Using the widget above, you can leave this message as a voicemail.

    We will dedicate a segment of episode 27 to answering your question, AND we will listen to your mix, AND you will receive thoughtful feedback from an experienced DJ which I have hand-selected. It’s a win-win-win!

    As a VIP List subscriber, you already qualify. πŸ™‚
    (Thanks, by the way!)

    We are recording this episode on Wednesday (Jan 6) though, so, better hurry!