Learn how to become a great DJ and be the life of the party!

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Course Description

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Ever wanted to be a DJ but thought it looked too complicated? Are you a self taught DJ but would like to improve your DJing skills?

Then this course is made for you! We'll cover all aspects of DJing, from the basics of setting up, which cables to use, and how to troubleshoot your gear, to basic mixing, beat matching, and more advanced techniques like telegraphing.

There's nearly 2 hours of comprehensive video content.

Who this course is for:

  • People wanting to learn about DJing with no prior knowledge
  • People wanting to work as DJs
  • DJs who want to improve their DJing skills
  • DJs who want to strengthen their foundational skills

Course content

20 sections • 29 lectures • 1h 52m total length

  • Welcome to the course!
  • A message from Corin (Karboncopy) and David James (Griffin Alliance)

  • The Tripods and how to set them up
  • Tripods sidenote

  • The Cables (RCA, XLR, IEC)

  • Speakers
  • Speakers sidenote

  • DJ Mixer and Decks

  • The CDJs

  • The Mixers
  • Mixer sidenote

  • Playing your first track
  • Playing your first track sidenote

  • Fault Checking
  • Fault Checking Solutions

  • Packing up & Tieing

Featured review

O. Tayo Olusanya
30 courses
11 reviews
Rating: 5.0 out of 5a year ago
I have learned a bit more tricks on how to use the basic mixing, beat matching, basic phrasing and more advanced techniques like a cross mix, sampling, telegraphing. In terms of EQing for a track coming in and out. But overall I learned so much and I’m definitely confident in practising more than before.


DJ of 7+ years
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 1,138 Reviews
  • 20,575 Students
  • 1 Course

David has DJed in the top nightclubs, bars, and functions in Adelaide for more than 7 years. He has held residencies at the Dog & Duck, Red Square, Seacliff Hotel and Buddha Bar, among others. He has also DJed at hundreds of birthday parties, private parties, special occasions, and corporate functions.

A few years ago he opened up a 'school' to teach at risk students how to DJ, to re-engage them back into the school system. Since starting that venture, David has moved to a fully online experience.

Expected Outcomes