Latinobazaar Enterprises' DJ Earful
Responds in about 30 min
Hired 274 times
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21 years in business
Cash, Check, Credit card, Google Pay, PayPal, Square cash app, Venmo
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
My pricing system is a simple flat rate. The client and I decide on a fair price and that's it. A great performance on my part will yield additional clients later. For example, most wedding are $599 or $799.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Once hired (sometimes before hired) I setup an initial planning meeting somewhere near the new customer? At this planning meeting I will ask many questions about their event and complete my DJ/MC/Karaoke Requirements Checklist. I will explain all the components I can provide for their event. Next we will start on the music planner. Follow the start of the planner we will complete the DJ/MC/Karaoke service contract. After this meeting I will conduct a sight survey (if it is a new venue to me) in order to determine how much gear I will need to bring, make sure power is sufficient and learn a few other things about the venue. Two months before the new customer's event I will make a follow up call to see how the planning is going. One month before the new customer's event I will discover other vendors hired for the event. Two weeks prior to the event I will finalize the planner and make sure all the vendors out working from the planner I developed. In most cases I will be the MC coordinating the event. On the day of the event I arrive 3 to 6 hours before the scheduled start time to start setting up. 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of the event music starts. Music plays from this point to the very end of the event. At the scheduled end time (providing there are no extensions) I turn on the venue's lighting and start the breakdown my gear. Music continues to play (if the venue allows) during 60% of the breakdown. Remaining gear is packed and I leave.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have been in pro-audio for over 40 years, both live recording, live sound and DJing. I have return to live sound.