1. What time do you arrive to set up?
2. Can you provide a Written Contract?
3. Do we pay for set up time?
4. Do you act as a Master of Ceremony?
5. What do you need as far as set-up goes?
6. Do you take requests?
7. If I call, can I reserve a date over the phone?
8. Can I bring some on my own personal CD's for you to play?
9. How many weddings do you do per year?
10. How early should I book?
11. Why should I use a DJ instead of a live band?



1. What time do you arrive to set up?

We usually arrive about one hour before the music is to start. If you order our Club Light Package we'll need to get there 1 1/2 hrs. before showtime, please make sure we will have open access to facility.


2. Can you provide a Written Contract?
It's very important to have your date confirmed in writing. Sound Wave provides a written contract for every event.


3. Do we pay for set up time?
No, you pay only for the time the music starts, until the music ends.


4. Do you act as a Master of Ceremony?
For Weddings it's included in our packages, we will make all appropriate announcements and keep everything going smoothly. We also offer this service for other formal events.


5. What do you need as far as set-up goes?
A 10ft. X 10ft. space and an power outlet are all we need!
We bring our own tables and table cloths.
What kind of music do you play?
We carry an extensive library of music dating from the 60's, 70's, 80ís, thru to today's Top 40 Hits also R&B, Club Dance, House


6. Do you take requests?
Yes, we're always happy to take requests, however we will use our discretion as to the appropriateness for the event.


7. If I call, can I reserve a date over the phone?
Yes, We will fill out a booking sheet with you on the phone and you will have 7 days to send in your deposit. After 7 days if we have not received your deposit youíre booking will be cancelled.


8. Can I bring some on my own personal CD's for you to play?
Yep you sure can.


9. How many weddings do you do per year?
Approx 15-120


10. How early should I book?
As early as you can! Since we never like to let anyone down, our availability is sometimes limited. Once we're booked, we're booked. A year in advance is not to soon! (Saturday evenings full especially fast).
If I need to cancel my event, can I get my deposit back?
In order to get your deposit back, we need a minimal 60 days WRITTEN notice. Otherwise, your deposit is non-refundable.

11. Why should I use a DJ instead of a live band?
Quality: DJ's play the original music, the way everyone knows it. Bands may play the same songs, but they probably won't be as recognizable to you and your guests and if they don't practice regularly, they may not sound very good at all. DJ's don't have to practice their music, it's from the original artist!

Quantity: DJ's have thousands of songs available with a very wide variety of music types, bands usually know how to play less than 100 and the variety is usually limited. Remember, you want all your guests, young and old to have a good time.

Requests: DJ's can accommodate requests from you and your guests most of the time. Most bands don't take requests, except in advance, and cannot play them if they don't know the song.

Versatility: DJ's can play the music for your Ceremony, Cocktails, Dinner and Dancing, including those special songs you want to hear. They also MC events, like cake cutting, toast, first dance and the bouquet/garter toss. Bands have to learn those special songs.

Availability: Bands take breaks, usually 15 minutes every hour which means you may lose some guests before all the important events are done. Peter makes sure the music never stops, so your guests can keep dancing all night long and will mix in the events throughout your reception.

Non-Stop Music: DJ's play music non-stop, usually 'mixing' from one song to the next. Bands end each song, then pause while they decide which song to play next. This 'breaks up' the dancing after every song.

Volume: We periodically check the sound levels, from the audiences perspective, so the music is never too loud or too quiet. Bands usually end up playing too loud because they cannot perform 'in-the-audience' checks because they must stay onstage.
In short, a Disc Jockey provides you with the widest range of quality sound and non-stop music for a bargain price.

 

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