Complete light show with dance floor lighting and lighted facade set to the beat of the music. Our lighting package programable LED wash fixtures. Lighting is fully computerized and fits the mood and timing of the event. We never use cheap automatic lights or those dot-lights that photographers hate.
ADD MORE FLAIR TO YOUR WEDDING OR EVENT
Blank walls are boring. Add some dazzle to your event with uplighting and dance floor lighting. Details are everything and lighting can really set the mood. If you want a party, we’ll give you a party. We can provide dance floor lighting that moves to the music and our uplighting is completely wireless for placement anywhere.
Wireless/ battery-powered uplighting and wash lights
Access to our vast color chart to match your theme
Dance floor lighting to energize your guests
Floor lighting can energize any celebration and with a number of different options available at different investment points, we will work with you to select the best option for your celebration.
Imagine all your guests wearing white gloves and everything switches over to emersive UV black light while the music pumps. The energy goes from 0 to 100 real quick. As a DJ, one of the most important factors to having a great show. Getting and keeping the attention of your crowd.
Sure, there are always going to be those people who just sulk around in the back of the room, but you and I both know that if you can get the majority of the crowd engaged, you can have a great show!
The great news is that lighting can set the mood and tempo, and it can match your music at the same time, while not requiring another staff member to manage (that gets expensive!).
Lighting Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult
When it comes to DJ lighting, we’re going to see a need for 3 types of lighting:
- Effects Lighting
- Wash Lighting
Each type of lighting can have it’s own fixtures dedicated to it and/or fixtures that switch back and forth. Let’s dive in to these 3 types of light as a blueprint to make decisions on what we need to make a great show.
Effects lighting is when we use light to create an atmosphere on the dance floor and throughout the room. It’s where we get to have the most fun in the world of DJing. But, we need to be careful not to overdo it on the slow songs!
Effects lights are pointed everywhere around the room – in the crowd, at the stage and most definitely on the dance floor!
Most of the lights put out by the DJ lighting manufacturers are effects lights, doing some sort of cool chase or another.
Part of what makes effects lighting really shine is the use of atmosphere, like theatrical fog and haze. These mediums allow you to see the beams of light as they pass through the air. This multiplying the effectiveness of each light.
Wash lighting is when we use light to cover an area of the stage or some other location. Whether that means using a few LED fixtures to light the head table at a wedding or the way to the bathroom, or a buffet table, wash lighting helps us to see the locations in the venue that are important to the clients!
Wash lighting can also consist of fixtures that highlight your DJ booth – this is a place where we can really get creative with frosted plexiglass or truss to make a statement! Typically, we’ll accomplish our wash lighting with some LED pars or panels, but moving lights, lekos, or pretty much anything that throws light can be used as well.
f you’ve been in the event space for any amount of time, you’ve surely seen uplights and the impact that they can make on a space when deployed correctly.
Uplights typically consist of LED par and strip type fixtures pointed up at walls, columns, backdrops, and anything else that looks cool. Uplighting can take a lame, boring room and make it extraordinary and custom for your client.
Uplighting can take a lame, boring room and make it extraordinary and custom for your client.
If you haven’t experimented with uplighting already, I urge you to give it a try because it is easiest way to make a couple hundred extra dollars every night you gig.
Bringing All Of Your Lighting Together
At the end of the day, all of this technical knowledge is here for one reason – to serve you in creating an amazing show for your audiences and clients. The most important thing to remember as you get started in DJ lighting is that it doesn’t have to be big, perfect or flashy to begin. We all start somewhere, but starting is what gets the ball rolling to bigger and better things down the line.
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