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  • The anti-cheesy wedding DJ: no lights, no fog, no blow-up saxophones, no tacky/outdated attire, no drinking, no taking breaks, names pronounced correctly, volume set at an appropriate level, the dance floor ...
  • We know it can be frustrating to not get a straight answer from vendors on rates. But our rates do vary, based on: - Your wedding date ...
  • All speaking on the microphone is professional, tasteful and kept to a minimum (as specified by you). Typically, this is during introductions & formal dances, cake cutting or for ...
  • The DJ you meet with will be your DJ/MC on the day of your wedding (barring any unforeseen, catastrophic circumstances, of course). No surprises. We don't hire ...
  • We prefer to blend in as a guest: a well-fitting suit, tasteful shirt & tie. We vow to never wear a collarless shirt or tux with fish wearing sunglasses ...
  • Never. We do not hang any signage or pass out business cards. We won't even say our company name during your event.
  • You'll have complete creative control over your playlist. Some clients select all the music to be played; some just a few songs. And of course, we'll discuss how you would like ...
  • Our library has at about 50,000+ song titles so chances are, we'll have it. If we don't we'll get it at no additional cost to you. If it's ...
  • Absolutely! Sometimes the best place to start is writing out your "do-not-play" list. Generally, our "do-not-play" list contains any sort of line dance (Macarena, The Chicken Dance, YMCA), and what you'd ...
  • We don't claim expertise in any one international genre; we've done Jewish, Greek, Serbian, Liberian, Italian, Spanish, Irish, Persian, German and Bosnian weddings. We're not bilingual but will try to roll ...
  • Each DJ uses a different setup based on his individual preferences but all is professional-quality DJ equipment. John uses Mackie 450 speakers, Denon CD Players, Sennheiser Wireless microphones, MacBook ...
  • No breaks. No meals. No alcohol. No smoking. No hitting on bridesmaids. We're grateful and appreciate the offer of a meal but it's not necessary.
  • Drop us a line and say hello ! We typically meet with couples Monday-Thursday evenings either after work (6:15pm or so) in Manhattan or later in the evening (8:15pm) ...
  • Absolutely. And we prefer to do this for each when possible. It's important for us to get a feel for what you want and the styles & genres of music you ...
  • We do offer "courtesy holds" on dates for 3 business days after meeting in-person or speaking by phone. They are no obligation on either you or Aria Melody. Unfortunately, ...
  • We book dates on a four-hour minimum. Typically, that's a 4-hour reception. If you're choosing to do a cocktail hour followed by a 3-hour reception, we're happy to work with ...
  • Ah, our favorite question of all. This is the difference between a good DJ and a bad DJ: judgement. Music is the best motivator. If you have ...
  • John was raised on motown, was known to dig Vanilla Ice & Bel Biv Devoe back in the day, but today listens to everything from Franz Ferdinand to Jay-Z, from Nina ...
  • Yes, we carry a $1,000,000 liability insurance policy through the National Association of Mobile Entertainers (N.A.M.E.) and will fax this to your venue or wedding coordinator before your event or wedding ...
  • We book 3-4 weddings a month maximum so each and every couple gets the customized, personal service they expect.
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