How To Become A Hard Dance DJ

So, you want to be a DJ? You want to DJ hard dance music? Well, it’s a tough path you have ahead of you, but you should definitely give it a shot if you are passionate about it.

Take a look at the following tips for how to become a hard dance DJ like famous examples of Coone or Da Tweekaz.

1.   Pick your subgenre

While you can always DJ all styles of hard dance, it can be helpful to focus on a specific niche at first before branching out. Some of the most popular subgenres of hard dance include hardstyle, UK hardcore, Dutch hardcore, and hard trance.

2.   Choose your tracks

Before anyone can DJ, they need to select the tracks they are going to play. While there are no rules here, your first set will likely go better if you play popular tracks that a lot of people know rather than obscure music.

3.   Buy some DJ equipment

Before you start playing out at a club, you need to get some practise experience, and this usually means purchasing a DJ controller. These days there are many affordable options for DJ controllers from brands like Numark and Pioneer.

 

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