What is a DJ?

When you think of a Disc Jockey (DJ) what is the first thing that comes to mind?  Is it simply a person behind a turntable booth wearing large headphones playing music? While that picture has some truth to it, there is actually much more to the services a professional DJ can provide to your event.  […]

10 Things You May Not Know About Pulse Entertainment

Pulse Entertainment is located in Clayton, North Carolina and it’s  mission is to provide personalized Disc-Jockey and Karaoke Services with a strong emphasis on quality, professionalism and reliability.  Here are a few things you probably don’t know about DJ Jim Martin: 1)  Jim stumbled into DJ’ing in Middle School.  Always known for his large stereo system, huge […]

Should you hire a Band or Professional Wedding DJ – Part III?

Part 3 of a 3 Part Article When searching for entertainment for your wedding, you are faced with many major decisions; one can be whether to hire a live band or DJ? Pulse Entertainment, a Professional North Carolina based Wedding Disc-Jockey with over 20 years of experience would like to share a few tips to help […]

What to Expect from a “Professional” Disc Jockey

What to Expect from a “Professional” Disc Jockey Chances are this is your first time hiring a Disc Jockey Service.  You may have already scoured the internet for advice on how to hire a  Disc Jockey. The one constant that I find is “hire a professional”.  What is difficult to determine is if a DJ […]

Thinking of an iPod Wedding?

Technology is everywhere.  Brides and grooms are making so many decisions on how to budget their wedding and reception.  What components of your reception are really important?   When it comes to entertainment, can an iPod or other music player (or even a laptop) take the place of a DJ?  What other elements of your Wedding […]

Should You Allow Guests to Request Music at Your Event?

Should you allow your guests to request music at your event?  I’ve discussed this topic with many hosts and especially every Bride & Groom I’ve ever worked with.  While many events are designed to be very “guest” focused the exception to this may be certain private events such as your own wedding.  Weddings are typically the most “customized” and […]

Should You Visit the DJ at a Private Performance Prior to Hiring?

On occasion I do receive requests from a prospective client for permission to attend another clients event to see me, “The Disc-Jockey” in action.  I would certainly agree that at first thought this seems to be a very logical and appropriate question to ask.  However, this practice is considered both unprofessional and an ineffective way to […]