FAQs

Q: How long has Master DJs been in Business?
A: We have been in business in Omaha since 1999.

Q: Are all of your DJs experienced?
A: Yes, all of our DJs shadow and assist a seasoned DJ for one year before they perform by themselves. We grade DJs on the number of events they perform combined with the years of experience. It is important for our DJs to not only have years of experience but to perform on a consistent basis staying modern and with the current times.

Q: Why are MDJ DJs called the Team?
A: All of us are made to feel that we are part of something special, rather than feel like we are simply just staff. We believe in creating an atmosphere in which we can share innovative new ideas while we grow and develop our skills that will benefit us all. The industry is always changing and it is imperative to have a culture that all MDJs can learn from each other. It is because of these individuals we are a sought-out DJ service.

Q: What do MDJ DJs Wear?
A: It certainly depends on the function. If it is a wedding, we will come dressed dignified doing our best to match your chosen colors. For other events, we will come dressed casual. Naturally we will discuss this prior to the event.

Q: Should we have a meeting before the event?
A: If at all possible, then absolutely YES! We have found that it gives our clients a sense of direction and assurance. We can develop an agenda and timeline that fits your wants and needs. In unique situations where meeting is not a possibility we rely on email and phone conversations.

Q: Do you demand a deposit and how do the payments work?
A: Yes, we require at least a $100 deposit when booking any event with us. This deposit is non-refundable and ensures you have a DJ booked. The remaining balance is due a week in advance. We will accept payments made by cash, money order, or check.

Q: Should we tip the DJ?
A: Although Master DJs doesn’t encourage or discourage client tipping to the performer, it is a completely acceptable form of appreciation and a thank you for a job well done. If you feel the DJ has done a really great job and has made your event a success, then we will let you decide.

Q: How far out do I need to book?
A: For any event the entertainment should be a very high priority. We are consistently booked years in advance but do have certain openings available. The sooner we can get you on our calendar the easier the planning process will be on both ends.

Q: Will my DJ accept requests?
A: Definitely, it is about what you want to hear. We will use our years of experience to put the music in a format that will flow and mix the best for your special event .

Q: Can we meet the actual DJ?
A: You can request a certain individual from our team at the time of booking and if that person is available for your date we will guarantee that they will work your event. Because of our busy scheduling and personal lives outside work it is not always possible to meet every potential client, however, we will do our best if time allows.

Q: Are you a member of the ADJA American Disc Jockey Association?
A: Yes, we are members of the ADJA.

Q: What types of music do you carry? 
A: Not only is it very important to have high quality equipment, remarkable DJs, but having all types of music is crucial to the success of any event. We update our music library twice every month. We belong to music subscriptions that are developed for Professional DJs and include all the best new releases and classic hits.

Q: Do you provide lighting?
A: Yes, we will bring dance floor lighting that will best fit your venue including color gobo wheel patterns and innovative LED lighting.

Q: What brand names and type of equipment do you carry?
A: We carry all professional line equipment that we have had years of continuous success with including, Electro Voice, Denon, Martin, American DJ.  Our equipment is the best in the industry. Please look under equipment for more information.

Q: Should we feed the DJ?
A: During a longer wedding reception and if time allows, it would be advisable. Bear in mind a DJ will have around 3 hours of setup and teardown and will go the entire evening, sometimes over ten hours, without a break.  Many halls and caterers will factor in extra food for staff, photographers and assistants, a DJ should be no different.

Q: How many hours will the DJ perform for?
A: Our agreement states five hours, however we will be more than flexible to assure your event is a success and fun for all your guests. The time starts when guests arrive and ends when the last song is played. Your DJ will work this out with you a head of time. A common overtime charge is $100 an hour.

Q: Do I get a contract or anything in writing?
A: Absolutely, all of our bookings are done in writing. Upon booking with us, you will receive an entertainment agreement that is due back with the required deposit in one week.

Q: Will you act as a Master of Ceremonies?
A: The entire team is trained with excellent M.C. skills and will be your event coordinator the entire evening.

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5 comments

  1. Sara Gahm says:

    Thanks for answering all of my questions. I have seen Master Djs at many recpetion and can’t wait for you to be at my own. Always a solid job done. Thank You!!!
    Sara your 2012 customer for Omaha!

    1. Sam S says:

      Perfect Quality. Grade A DJ COmpany in omaha! Thanks for making my Wedding amazing!

  2. Sara Gahm says:

    Thanks for answering all of my questions. I have seen Master Djs at many recpetion and can’t wait for you to be at my own. Always a solid job done. Thank You!!!
    Sara your 2012 customer for Omaha!

    1. Jaclyn says:

      Thanks for all the answers. You answered my questions and can’t wait for you to DJ at my Wedding in Omaha at the Livestock Exchange Building.

  3. Sara Gahm says:

    Thanks for answering all of my questions. I have seen Master Djs at many recpetion and can’t wait for you to be at my own. Always a solid job done. Thank You!!!
    Sara your 2012 customer for Omaha!

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