1. Do you sign off contracts before taking a job?

Most of the DJs like Tune Mixer hired during special occasions like a wedding do not have high standards of professionalism. Acceptance of a legal contract is an indicator of how reliable and professional a DJ is. A contract also establishes the obligation of the DJ to the client.

2. What is the duration that you have been a DJ?

Everyone wants an experienced DJ like Tune Mixer or maybe DJ Tom Finn who knows what exactly they are doing. The duration a DJ has been working will give a clear view on the level of of experience they have. It would also be important to chip in the question whether they have had official training from either a company or DJ school.

3. What is unique about you?

Many professional DJ has something that he does that makes them different from others. Therefore, a DJ proud of his work should manage to be honest in their response. There’s however a possibility that some might take this chance to trash talk their competitors and this reflects poorly on them.

4. What would you say is your unique style?

This question is as important as the rest but it carries more weight with it because it helps to gauge on how right a DJ is for different events. The style that a DJ uses is what determines the kind of mood that will be set in the environment. Assuming your event has guests who require encouragement, hiring a DJ who is not comfortable cutting short their music to announce would not be a good idea.


5. What would you do if the crowd is not dancing?

Different DJ’s handle things differently on different occasions. Some end up taking the position of the MC to cheer up the crowd. It is therefore important to ask this question to know the DJ handles their crowd.

6. What would you do if you failed to arrive in time or show up?

Despite how prepared one, accidents happen and cannot be avoided. Therefore, assuming happens to be caught up in an unavoidable circumstance, it is important to know what their back up plan is. Most professional DJ have some back up if a situation ever arose. This question is therefore dependent on whether the DJ works independently or with a local Association.

7. How do you ensure that your music collection is regularly updated?

Most of the DJs have a few major music updates to ensure that their music is regularly updated. The updates helps keep up with new music even ones not played on the radio yet.

8. Do you accept requests?

Most of the DJs are okay with taking requests from their guests however at times the requests might not be in line with the mood of the environment. It is, therefore, the duty of the DJ to choose wisely whether to take the request or not.

9. Do you give yourself any breaks during your working time?

The advantage of a DJ is the fact that unlike bands, DJs do not take regular breaks. It is, however, important to confirm. The main reason this question is important is because no one wants their crowd left unattended to or bored.