|Paul, the owner of Top-Notch, has been in the entertainment industry for over 20 years. His quality sound equipment, vast knowledge and industry experience sets him apart from all other DJ's around town.
Having entertained at many clubs and wedding reception venues around Australia, he has gathered a wealth of knowledge as to which songs work at functions—and which songs don't.
Having taught guitar to primary school age children since 2004, he's developed communication skills that aid his approach to encouraging all children to have fun at his discos.
Paul was also a qualified local 'Auskick' and Junior Football coach for five years. Again, this helped him further develop his communication skills in encouraging children (boys & girls of all primary grade levels) to have fun just trying, no matter of their ability/skill level.
Of course, he has a full 'Working With Children Check', and brings this card to every function he DJ's.
He is also a trained audio engineer, which enables him to setup up the sound equipment to suit any room. Not only does he have the best equipment, he knows how to to get the best result from it. He is always careful to ensure the music is not too loud.
Paul is also a musician, who in years gone by, had an extensive 'live' music background playing in cover bands around Australia.
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The Role Of The DJ
The role of any School DJ should be to compliment the evening's events, and to assist the staff and students in celebrating a night to remember.
It is the DJ's role to set the mood for the students via the use of music and lighting. This atmosphere should be subtle, not over-powering, not too loud yet still give a party atmosphere.
The music selection your School DJ plays should always be censored—not just for swearing, but also innuendos. It's quite amazing the amount of songs which must not be played to school aged children.
Cultural Music At your school disco
Have specific cultural music requirements for the music at your school disco? Not a problem…