|AED 5,000||6 Weeks||2 Weekdays|
|23rd Jan 2017||SAE Digital DJ Certificate||6pm-9pm|
|10th Apr 2017|
|17th Jul 2017|
*These times are based on how the course has been run in the past and are subject to change before each start date.
The word “DJ” has changed over the years. Originally regarded as simply people who played records on radio, DJs are now artists in their own right and often superstars. They are linked with new trends and cutting styles and are at the forefront of youth culture. But becoming a DJ takes skill and knowledge. You need to know how to “beat match”, “mix”, “set loop points” and you need to know about things like EQ, levels and crossfaders. Only then can you be a superstar.
The Digital DJ Course from SAE Institute Dubai in cooperation with Pioneer DJ can get you on track. The 6 week part-time program teaches the skills and techniques required for DJing using the music you love and the gear that’s hot.
Who it's for
The course is designed for people who:
- remix music and would like to experiment with electronic sound
- want to work more efficiently with your equipment
- want an edge on existing production techniques
- are passionate about Digital DJ
- Virtual DJ
There are no academic requirements to participate in this programme. The student needs to be a minimum of 16 years of age upon commencement of the course.
*For delegates who are are 14 or 15 years old and wish to join our short courses a special consideration process from management is required.
- Introduction to equipment setup
- Understanding beats, bars, rhythms & phrasing
- Beat matching
- EQ, levels and FX
- Using Serato and Scratch Live
- Industry perspectives
Known as the Godfather of Video DVJing, no more than real music producers can test DVJ Mo Tiger's status as one of the most important players of the '90s and one of the most highlighted talents in the Middle East today, No style is more distinctive, aggressive and raw, Tiger's performance behind the decks is an instantly recognizable soundclash of battling loops and heavy scratching (all of them perfectly timed) that evoked the sound of today's music better than anyone.