What is a DJing?
A disc jockey, more commonly abbreviated as DJ, is a person who plays recorded music for an audience. Types of DJs include radio DJs, club DJs, mobile DJs, and turntablists.
Where Can I Study DJing in South Africa
DJ Mix Club pioneered and developed a DJ course that has set the standards for DJ training in South Africa. Students are introduced to and taught on our State-Of-The-Art, High-End, DJ/Production gear!
What are the requirements for DJ course?
- You should own or have access to Pioneer DJ Equipment, XDJ-RX, CDJ1000/DJM800 or better. NO laptop is needed, USB only!
- Recommended software: Rekordbox (free) & Mixed In Key.
Do you need a license to be a DJ in South Africa?
If you are broadcasting or playing sound recordings in public, a SAMPRA license is required. Use the online form provided or download a membership application form.
How much does a DJ course cost in South Africa?
DJ Course @ R2000. (Deposit of R1000 required to start and balance of R1000 payable after four weeks). On offer is a 12 week part-time course, held from Monday to Saturday each week with our lecturers (we need to see you twice a week for a two-hour session each time).