DJ Stoltz Records
Hired 7 times
17 years in business
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Pricing varies depending on the type of event, date and package that best suits your needs. We have options ranging from $350-$1300 per event so it just depends on what works best with your budget!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I usually like setting up a consultation first to get all the details the client has and make sure we’ll have a good working relationship going forward before signing a contract or finalizing a booking. From there I’ll set the client up with an online account to our website where they have access to all of their planning tools. Within a few weeks to a month before their event I’ll follow up to see how their planning is going and if any other changes need to be made before finalizing their playlists. The day of their event I’ll show up two hours before my start time (more if doing DJ and photo booth) to set everything up, collect payment, do a sound check and start music as people arrive. I’ll work with the client and/or their hired planner/coordinator or other vendors to make sure we stick close to their timeline and work around any obstacles that may occur without making it known to guests. At the end of their event I’ll tear down, load everything back in the car, thank the client (if they didn’t do an exit) and head home to my wife and kids.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Education is huge for me in this industry. Being a part of both the American Disc Jockey Association and the School Dance Network I’m able to stay on top of all the current trends, music and workshops needed to improve my abilities as a DJ and MC. I regularly attend conferences and expos whenever I have the chance to and watch other DJ's daily online via YouTube, blogs and other sources. I always practice daily whether it's mixing techniques or improving my piano or saxophone chops.