If you have interest in me being the DJ for your next event or managing your music playlist please contact me at: AlexanderAzzi@gmail.com

Alexander Azzi

Hi everyone! I hope you enjoyed my video above. It's pretty bedazzled eh? OK I know that it was a bit intense, and NO that is not actual fire blasting out of those cannons in the front. They are fog machines that have very bright colored LED lights built into them so don't worry, if you hire me I am not going to literally "burn the house down". BUT if you have me as the DJ for your next event, I will "burn the house down" with incredible energy.

That being said however, perhaps you are looking for a little bit less energy?

"I got it all figured out" (in the voice of "Bubba" from the movie "Forrest Gump")

Three different setup levels that also produce three different price points of which get lower in price depending on what you need. (the most expensive one being the complete "Full Set" you see in my video above)

Complete speaker setup which includes low-end subwoofers.
Complete lighting setup which includes spotlight lighting, intelligent lighting and laser/strobing effects
Dual LED foggers.

Pros & Cons:

Pros: You experience the nightclub atmosphere with everything you would expect in that environment. Full sound with a full light show with atmospheric elements that allow the beams of light, laser and strobing effects to cut through and be visually seen.

Cons: While possibly cheaper than what most other DJ's offer for less of a setup, it still may be a bit pricey for anyone looking for music entertainment on a budget.

Complete speaker setup which includes low-end subwoofers.
Spotlight lighting and intelligent lighting.

Pros & Cons:

Pros: A great and full sound via the utilization of low-end subwoofers taking on most of the low frequencies  that allow for high volume level broadcast. A better visual experience with a more appealing light show.

Cons: While the light show is much more appealing than the simple set, the projection will be more visual on the surfaces that the lights illuminate on due to the lack of atmospheric elements such as fog for the beams to cut though and be visually seen.

Partial speaker setup (No low-end subwoofers).
Spotlight lighting.

Pros & Cons:

Pros: The most affordable in the list.

Cons: By pushing all three frequencies (High, Mid, & Low) through the all-range speakers, the engine that drives the speakers has to work harder, thus producing more heat that results in possible clipping and even heat protection "shut down" at high volumes. This setup would require volume at a lower level than if paired with the low-end subwoofers.


I have to admit, based on my observations, I don't see anyone else offering this, because technically it can be argued that this method is replacing the need for a DJ all together, and most other DJ's frown upon the idea of being replaced by technology. That being said, if hiring a DJ is out of your budget, or you feel that the need for a DJ isn't needed but you still need music played, I can still help you with your music management. In other words, you figure out your playlist such as a GREAT playlist compiler like Spotify, and I will provide you with the music in a format that can be stored and played off of your computer/laptop, iPod, tablet, or mobile device in order to avoid network interruptions or pesky advertising ads that can cause a major ripple in the momentum of the musical flow. The music will be organized by timeline in the following parameters:

For weddings: Music management for ceremony music, cocktail hour, reception introductions/first dance/specialty dances, and an open dance floor collection timed for up to 3 hours.

For birthday and school dance events: Music management for any specialty music needs, and an open dance floor collection timed for up to 4 hours.

*additional open dance floor time can be added in one hour increments.*

This option, is quite literally the most affordable way to provide your guests music for your event without hiring an actual DJ.