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Nomad-Productions
Merrillville, IN Email Request Info Call Nomad-Productions
Muzik and All That
A Mobile DJ and Sound Company that provides music for all ages/events in all genres. All music is ed... Read More
Munster, IN Email Request Info Call Muzik and All That
Precision Sound DJ
Your Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland Wedding DJ
Schererville, IN Email Request Info Call Precision Sound DJ
Dynamic Music Inc.
Dynamic Music is well-known for the selecting music according to the dance floor. Les has that “Spe... Read More
Valparaiso, IN Email Request Info Call Dynamic Music Inc.
Mack Entertainment
Merrillville, IN Email Request Info Call Mack Entertainment
Xl Entertainment
Munster, IN Email Request Info Call Xl Entertainment
MidKnight Productions DJ Service
Since 1981, MidKnight Productions has striven to give the best in Party and Club DJ performances. Wi... Read More
Gary, IN Email Request Info Call MidKnight Productions DJ Service
Millennium Signature Productions
The most professional DJ around,your wish is our goal. Music both in spanish and english. Ready for ... Read More
Merrillville, IN Email Request Info Call Millennium Signature Productions
A Sound Decision D.J. Service
Hi, Thanks for finding us, We are a Full time DJ Service with the same great quality service since ... Read More
Griffith, IN Email Request Info Call A Sound Decision D.J. Service
Yeah Dj Service VIP
Lowell, IN Email Request Info Call Yeah Dj Service VIP
Ultimate Experience
Lake Station, IN Email Request Info Call Ultimate Experience
DJs 4 All Occasions
Djs4alloccasions is a full time Mobile DJ service, insured and serving Northwest Indiana and the Chi... Read More
Hammond, IN Email Request Info Call DJs 4 All Occasions
Ultimate Experience
Crown Point, IN Email Request Info Call Ultimate Experience
219 Productions
219 Productions will make your event magical and out of the ordinary. If you're looking for a full d... Read More
Highland, IN Email Request Info Call 219 Productions
Music In Motion
We Arw Your #1 Choice For All Your DJ Needs... If you Need A DJ We Are There For You From Start To F... Read More
Hobart, IN Email Request Info Call Music In Motion
Next Generation DJ's
Griffith, IN Email Request Info Call Next Generation DJ's
Rock-It Mobile Music
Dyer, IN Email Request Info Call Rock-It Mobile Music
BIG JOE'S DJ SERVICE
Gary, IN Email Request Info Call BIG JOE'S DJ SERVICE
Sophisticated Sounds
Hammond, IN Email Request Info Call Sophisticated Sounds
THREAT Entertainment
Highland, IN Email Request Info Call THREAT Entertainment
Z-Street Productions
Crown Point, IN Email Request Info Call Z-Street Productions
The Music Boyz
Crown Point, IN Email Request Info Call The Music Boyz
Party Starters
Hammond, IN Email Request Info Call Party Starters
American Music
Proffesional mobile entertainment service for all occasions. Serving Northwest Indiana & Illinois si... Read More
Saint John, IN Email Request Info Call American Music
Operation Getdown DJs
After representing Chicagoland Entertainment for over 10 years, we're proud to consider ourselves tr... Read More
Schererville, IN Email Request Info Call Operation Getdown DJs
partytime dj & rental
Saint John, IN Email Request Info Call partytime dj & rental
MidKnight Productions
Griffith, IN Email Request Info Call MidKnight Productions
acnherballife
Herbal, Ayurveda, Unani, Yoga, naturopathy, Siddha, Homeopathy, Herbs, Education Institution, Medica... Read More
Cedar Lake, IN Email Request Info Call acnherballife
Party People DJ & Lighting
Party People DJ and Lighting is a premier company servicing the Chicagoland, lower Michigan and Nort... Read More
Hobart, IN Email Request Info Call Party People DJ & Lighting
Night Shift DJ Service
Night Shift DJ Service is a full service mobile disc jockey company, with over 28 years of experienc... Read More
Saint John, IN Email Request Info Call Night Shift DJ Service
Channel Z Disc Jockeys
Merrillville, IN Email Request Info Call Channel Z Disc Jockeys
Five Star DJ & Karaoke
Five Star DJ & Karaoke Entertainment is a full time Mobile DJ service,Insured and serving the North ... Read More
Crown Point, IN Email Request Info Call Five Star DJ & Karaoke
Ascend AV
First class DJ entertainment providing top-shelf entertainment, music selection and engaging persona... Read More
Schererville, IN Email Request Info Call Ascend AV
Apollo's Eyes Productions
Munster, IN Email Request Info Call Apollo's Eyes Productions
Rob's Music Kingdom LLC
Willing to work within a tight budget and still provide a unique and wonderful wedding experience.
Schererville, IN Email Request Info Call Rob's Music Kingdom LLC
Dj rockstar
We are a Chicagoland based all around Dj service with over 10 years exp. We specialize in bars and p... Read More
Griffith, IN Email Request Info Call Dj rockstar
Lar-Mar Productions Mobile DJ Service
Schererville, IN Email Request Info Call Lar-Mar Productions Mobile DJ Service
Sensational Sounds, Inc.
Schererville, IN Email Request Info Call Sensational Sounds, Inc.
Pure Energy - DJ Service
Schererville, IN Email Request Info Call Pure Energy - DJ Service
Trans Audio Mobile Music
Trans Audio specializes in receptions that are high energy and fun! Since 1983, over 12,000 newlywe... Read More
Crown Point, IN Email Request Info Call Trans Audio Mobile Music

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Musical Balance & Special Events Wedding General Party Tips

After dinner, the primary key to a fun and successful wedding reception is an optimal combination of great dance music and interactive special events, not only for the bride, groom and their friends, but also for all family members and guests. Consider that the emotional bond that everyone wants to share with the bride and groom is expressed very easily through music. If certain generations of people are unable to recognize or emotionally relate to the dance music, they may feel disconnected from the celebration. The solution is to choose music and plan events that will maximize participation for all generations. Following these simple guidelines will lead to more fun on the dance floor for everyone:


Regarding music,
• During 3 ½ hours of dance music, the DJ can play about forty songs.
• One slow song to five fast songs is a typical slow-to-fast ratio.
• Choose a variety of music to please all generations. Even if a certain style of music does not appeal to a specific group, variety is the key if the dance floor is busy.
• If unsure about a specific generation's favorite music, let the DJ choose the songs. They know the "can't miss" songs that will bring them to the floor.
• Ask the DJ to give the bride and groom's song choices priority for play.
• Encourage song requests from guests that are similar to the musical tastes of the bride and groom. To maintain musical focus, ask the DJ to "filter" poor requests.
• Ask the DJ to respect the "do not play" list, even if a guest requests a song that is on the list.
• Do not create a strict "play in this order" song list. An experienced DJ needs the freedom to choose music that responds "to the moment," while paying close attention to the songs chosen for play.
• "Micro-managed" music is too restrictive. Dance floor response is spontaneous. Often, the best song to play "next" needs to be spontaneous, too.
• Give the DJ the freedom to play music that they are certain will immediately elevate dance floor activity. Intense activity on the floor creates high energy and more fun.
• Be agreeable to the most popular group participation songs, even if they seem a bit overplayed. They only take a few minutes. If the floor is busy, everyone should be happy.
• Never ask the DJ to play music with explicit lyrics in the presence of children or adults who may be harmed or offended by song content. Nothing empties a room faster.

Regarding special events:

• Choose at least four or more events. They add balance, excitement and interest to dance music.
• Choose events (like the anniversary dance, bouquet and garter toss or a dollar dance) that match the personality and celebration style of the bride and groom.
• Ask the DJ to "mix in" these events throughout the evening. Do not do all events in a row, one after another; spread them out. It creates more interest and better participation from guests.
• Be willing to try new events; trust in the DJ's ability to make them fun for everyone.

Together, an experienced DJ and the people they play for have the same goal: to make every wedding reception a great night of fun for the bride, groom, their family and friends. Careful planning and clear communication always increase the prospect of good times for everyone.

Written by Trans Audio Mobile Music of Crown Point, IN

The Latest Wedding Ceremony Buzz Wedding General Party Tips

Just a few years ago, it was rare for a wedding ceremony to be held outside a house of worship. Even then, it was usually because a couple could not secure their church, requiring last minute ceremony plans on the dance floor of their reception’s banquet center.

But suddenly during this decade, a strong trend exploded for “on location” ceremonies outside a house of worship. Today, almost ten times as many couples as in the past prefer an “on location” ceremony venue. Unprecedented demand has fueled the construction of elaborate gazebos at banquet centers, city parks and nature preserves everywhere.

But everything may not be quite as it seems. Let’s explore The Top 5 Facts and Myths about “on location” ceremonies:

1. “They are cheaper.” Not necessarily. Fees are comparable and can even be more than a house of worship.
2. “Locations are more convenient.” Yes, it’s great to walk directly from your ceremony into your banquet center for the reception. But if it’s in a remote location, it’s not so convenient to rent and transport chairs, arches and supplies.
3. “I have the freedom to find an officiant that will conduct the service according to my wishes.” True, but to be sure, interview your officiant carefully first.
4. “I can have any music I want.” True, but not all houses of worship are restrictive, either. Generally, musical freedom is greater on location.
5. “I don’t have to go to pre-nuptial counseling sessions.” True, but it can be unfair to think of counseling as a waste of time.

Ultimately, choose a wedding ceremony location that speaks to your heart. You’ll know when it feels right, just like the love of your life standing next to you.

Written by Trans Audio Mobile Music of Crown Point, IN

Musical Balance & Your Wedding Reception Wedding How To / Instructional

After dinner, the primary key to a fun and successful wedding reception is a balanced blend of great dance music for all your family and friends. Consider that the emotional bond that everyone wants to share with the bride and groom is expressed very easily through music. If certain generations of people are unable to recognize or emotionally relate to the dance music, they may feel disconnected from the celebration. The solution is to choose music that will maximize inclusion of all generations. If you follow these guidelines, you’ll see more fun on the dance floor for everyone.

• During 3 ½ hours of dance music after dinner, your DJ can play about forty songs.
• One slow song to five fast songs is a typical slow-to-fast ratio.
• Choose a variety of music to please all generations. Even if a certain style of music does not appeal to a specific group, variety is the key to keep your dance floor hot.
• If unsure about a specific generation's favorite music, let the DJ choose the songs. They know the "can't miss" songs that will bring them to the floor.
• Ask the DJ to give the bride and groom's song choices priority for play.
• Encourage song requests from guests that are similar to the musical tastes of the bride and groom. To maintain musical focus, ask the DJ to "filter" poor requests.
• Ask the DJ to respect the "do not play" list, even if a guest requests a song that is on the list.
• Do not create a strict "play in this order" song list. An experienced DJ needs the freedom to choose music that responds "to the moment," while paying close attention to the songs chosen for play.
• "Micro-managed" music is too restrictive because response to a dance floor is driven by the moment. Often, the best song to play "next" is a spontaneous decision.
• Give the DJ the freedom to play music that they are certain will immediately elevate dance floor activity. Intense activity on the floor creates high energy and more fun, exactly what everyone wants.
• Be agreeable to the most popular group participation songs, even if they seem a bit overplayed. They only take a few minutes. If the floor is busy, everyone should be happy.
• Never ask the DJ to play music with explicit lyrics in the presence of children or adults who may be harmed or offended by song content. Nothing empties a room faster.

An experienced DJ has the same goal as you: to make your wedding reception the “talk of the town.” Careful planning and clear communication always increase the prospect of good times for everyone.

Written by Trans Audio Mobile Music of Crown Point, IN

Ask Your DJ or Band for These Cocktail Hour Servic All Events General Party Tips

Today, couples look for higher levels of creative services from their DJ or Band than in the past. Because today’s wedding receptions are more active than ever, they require more attention to detail. As a result, couples need an entertainer that goes beyond the ordinary to assure an enjoyable evening for everyone. And like most things, a great start to your reception is vitally important. With that in mind, let’s begin with a few new and creative services your DJ can provide during the cocktail hour:

1. Start cocktail music as soon as equipment is set up, even if it is before the start of the cocktail hour. Why? Guests should never enter a silent banquet room. If the first sounds to greet guests are the hum of air conditioning and the clanking of dishes from the kitchen, the first impression will be “Am I too early? Is it O.K. for me to be here?” Instead, as guests arrive, background music sets a welcoming and upbeat mood.

2. Have your DJ bring your favorite drink to you as soon as you get to your reception. Even a glass of fresh ice water on a hot August afternoon can be exactly what you need upon your arrival.

3. Do not assume that guests know that there are place cards for assigned seating. Ask the DJ to remind people to pick up their place cards for dinner service. Often overlooked, this eases potential confusion at a time when guests are trying to find out “where they’re supposed to sit.”

4. Thirty minutes into the cocktail hour, ask the DJ to make the following announcement:

“Ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of the bride and groom and their families, welcome to (Susie and Jim’s) wedding reception. They would like to remind you to sign the guest book, if you have not already done so. If you are looking for the gift table and a place for your greeting cards, it is located next to the head table. Be sure to come and see the wedding cake, here in the middle of the dance floor. It’s a beauty and the bride and groom don’t want you to miss it. Introductions of the bridal party and dinner will be in about 20 minutes. The bar is open and most of all, please enjoy your evening.”

Of course, edit the announcement to reflect your setting, but can you imagine the warm feeling this welcoming message delivers?

5. If the banquet center staff does not pour the toast before dinner, ask the DJ to ask the gentlemen at each table to pour the carafe wine for the toast. (This is done at the same time that guests are asked to be seated for dinner.) Pouring in advance prevents fumbling over the toast while it’s actually being made. This is an often overlooked detail that shows up badly if not attended to correctly, but looks smooth and professional when handled in the flow and timing of events.

Now, can you imagine your cocktail hour without these services or announcements? Frankly, most cocktail hours are music only, simply because the DJ or Band is not aware of these important announcements. Therefore, don’t be shy about asking for services that will make a positive impact on your reception. The professionals know that pleasing you with attention to detail transforms the ordinary to the exceptional.

Written by Trans Audio Mobile Music of Crown Point, IN

How Do You Say My Name? Wedding General Party Tips

Because pride and heritage often walk hand-in-hand with a name, it is vitally important to pronounce the names of parents and bridal party members correctly. Little else is more glaring or noticeable than when an unprepared emcee butchers names of important family members and friends in front of hundreds of guests.

Sometimes a bit of a mispronunciation is unavoidable, even with the best of preparation. For example, if a bridesmaid’s name is spelled “Chareese Cahlechewski,” it is practically impossible to say it correctly without help. If an emcee tried anyway, it might come out as “Char – iss Chal – Uh – Chew – Ski.” Wrong! Unless she has a great sense of humor, the memory of the embarrassing gaff will linger with her for the rest of the reception.

Solution? Write out names the way they are pronounced: “Share – Ees Kah – Leh – Chef – Ski.” Carefully listing names with their phonetic pronunciation gives an emcee the opportunity to enunciate everyone’s name perfectly. Flawless and exciting bridal party introductions please family members and guests, show impressive attention to detail and set a positive tone early in the reception.

Introduction errors are magnified with a microphone in front of 200 people. We sincerely hope that the following examples help you avoid some common mistakes.

Watch Out For Those Names!

1. Mother of the bride, divorced and recently re-married, is introduced by using the last name of her first husband. (The bride thought she needed to list her mother’s name, same as her maiden name.)

2. Bridesmaid is introduced by her maiden last name, not her married name. (The bride was not used to thinking of her with her married name.)

3. The DJ “winged it” with a long list of hard-to-pronounce ethnic names instead of finding out how to say each name phonetically. By the time he got to the bride and groom, people throughout the room were derisively shouting out how to pronounce names. (It does not matter how a name is spelled; it is how it is pronounced. When giving your DJ names, do them a favor and write them the way they are said.)

4. It was expected at a very traditional, ethnic reception that the DJ would know how to say a few words in a foreign language to announce the ethnic relationship of the bridal party to the bride and groom. When the DJ did not pronounce the foreign words exactly right, some of the older guests were visibly upset. The appropriate solution should have been for a close family member that knows the language to help with introductions.

5. Young step-daughters and step-sons of the bride and groom were to assume the groom’s last name after the marriage. But in planning introductions before the wedding day, their former last names were listed on the introduction form. Anytime “step” is used before a child’s name, it is a red flag to check the accuracy of the last name.

Written by Trans Audio Mobile Music of Crown Point, IN

Planning tips All Events General Party Tips

It's no news to anyone, especially the happy couple, that planning a wedding is an incredibly stressful time. Although we can't help you decide between Pinot Grigio and Merlot, or break the news to the bridesmaids that fuchsia ruffles are all the rage in wedding attire this season, the A Sound Decision is here to take some of the worry out of one of the most important aspects of your day: the reception entertainment.

To avoid wedding day disappointments, you will want to be sure that your disc jockey service is a registered and legitimate business. Both the standards that the National Association of Mobile Entertainers (NAME) requires of its members and the support it gives its members help ensure that your day will be handled in a professional and competent manner . . . freeing you to worry about remembering the rings or where to honeymoon.

Before hiring a disc jockey for your wedding, keep these qualifications in mind:

Professionalism: Be sure you choose a service that is registered, incorporated and/or insured.

Accessibility: Your DJ service should be willing to meet/or talk to you before hand so you can ask any questions you might have and credentials and testimonials should be available.

Equipment: Your disc jockey service should use professional audio equipment, rather than a home sound system. The equipment should be cased to give the best presentation and protection. Back Up Plan: Ask about the DJ's plans for back up personnel or equipment in case of illness, accident, or other unforeseen circumstances.

Music Format: Choose a DJ who is willing to meet with you ahead of time to discuss your ideas for music selections. Ask if she or he will honor music requests.

Party Procedure and Etiquette: Choose a DJ who is knowledgeable about and willing to work with you in planning the announcements, schedule of events, and other aspects of your wedding and reception.

Preparing for the Event: Discuss punctuality and your expectations for when the DJ should arrive in order to set up for the event. Disc Jockey Attire: A professional DJ will dress appropriately according to your wishes. There should be no extra cost for formal attire.

The Contract: When you have found the right disc jockey for your event, be sure to obtain a written contract confirming the booking and all agreements between you and the disc jockey. Your contract should have a cancellation clause and a logical procedure for both the client and DJ to follow. .

Written by A Sound Decision D.J. Service of Griffith, IN

16 questions to ask a DJ Wedding How To / Instructional

16 Questions to Ask a Disc Jockey
1. Is the DJ available?
Begin your conversation by indicating the date, time, and location of your event.

2. Will the disc jockey you speak to be the one who performs at your event?
Be aware that some DJ companies act as booking agencies that assign many DJ's to functions they book. To avoid any last minute surprises, make sure that you have spoken with the person who will be performing at your function before you book the event. Don't let your event be a training session for someone with little or no experience.

3. Is the disc jockey willing to meet with you for an interview before you hire them?
It is important that the DJ you choose be a serious professional who is willing to dedicate time and effort to your event. This commitment should start before any agreements are made, and a dedicated professional should be happy to meet with you to answer any questions.

4. Can the disc jockey supply you with references from previous clients and properties at which they have worked?
A recommendation from another person is a great way to find out if a DJ is right for your function. When you ask for references make sure you get previous clients and properties at which the DJ has performed.

5. What kind of experience does the disc jockey have and does he/she have it in the event type you are booking?
Many events follow a specific format. It is essential that the DJ be familiar and experienced with the format of your event. Choosing a DJ with adequate experience will help to assure that your event runs smoothly. An experienced DJ will be able to handle unforeseen circumstances and work in coordination with the photographer, caterer, and other services.

6. Will the DJ use professional equipment?
Make sure that the DJ uses only professional audio equipment. Pro audio equipment is made to handle the demanding conditions that are required of a mobile sound system. A system comprised of only pro equipment is far less likely to fail and will look and sound better than a home built system.

7. How does the equipment look and what is the expertise of the DJ with it?
Yes, the equipment does make a difference. This does not mean that you have to be an expert as well, but it would not hurt to peruse some of the professional DJ equipment manufacturers to get some information to be armed with when you talk to your DJ. Also, remember, more than likely you will be spending good money on decorations for your event; the DJ's equipment should not spoil that. Also, it should not be consumer grade equipment. Remember, Uncle Jack's stereo might sound great in Uncle Jack's basement, but, it may be barely heard when put into a banquet hall of 300 or more people.

8. Will the DJ be involved with the planning of your event?
A DJ should do far more than just play music. They should become involved with the planning of the event. The DJ should be available to you prior to your function to discuss music selections and coordinate the event. By combining your suggestions with their professional input, an itinerary should be prepared before the function. This will allow the DJ to focus on the itinerary of your function while you sit back and enjoy it.

9. Will the DJ host the event and interact with your guests?
The DJ should do more then just play music and should be prepared to handle any announcements and special events throughout your event. There are many options for specialty games and crowd participation dances which can enhance any event. Whether you prefer wild or mild, you should be able to decide exactly how interactive the entertainment will be before the event takes place.

10. Will your disc jockey be suitably dressed for the occasion?
It is important that your DJ looks the part by dressing in formal of semiformal attire (dependant on event type). Be sure to specify the type of apparel that your DJ should use. There should be no added fee charged for formal attire.

11. Is your disc jockey willing to discuss musical selections ahead of time, and are they willing to play requests, particularly if they are suitable for dancing?
It is important for your DJ to know exactly what type of musical preferences and entertainment needs you have for your event. They should be willing to listen to your ideas and suggestions. They should make themselves available prior to your event to discuss selections. They should be earnest in accepting the songs you have chosen to be played as well as those you have chosen not to be played. Special requests should never be a problem and your DJ should be willing to play them where they are appropriate.

12. Will your disc jockey arrive on time?
Punctuality is a necessity, and as professionals they should be aware of their responsibilities to their clients. Normal time spent setting up and removing equipment is not a part of the entertainment fee.

13. Can your disc jockey provide a written contract?
It is extremely important to have your booking confirmed in writing. All terms of the agreement should be in writing to avoid any complications at a later date.

14. Will you play my CDs?
Honestly, there is not guarantee that your CD is in playable condition. If it skips, who gets blamed? Instead, talk to your DJ about the songs that you want; many times if your DJ does not have a particular song he/she will get it if is available.

15. Is there backup equipment on hand?
Murphy's Law is always present, so it is important to know whether your DJ has extra components, or hopefully another entire sound system available to them. Any number of circumstances may arise between the time you book your Disc Jockey and the date of your event. Booking a reliable Disc Jockey is a very important decision for the success of your event.

16. What is the DJ's music source?
DJs should subscribe to professional music services and have a standing library of original discs. If they don't they are breaking the law and are in violation of copyright laws. Ask your DJ if they have hardcopy backups; if they don't, don't use them.
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Written by A Sound Decision D.J. Service of Griffith, IN

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