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Want To Be A World Class DJ? This Master Class Will Teach You How

Features & Advice | Tom Bastek | June 26, 2015

Want To Be A World Class DJ? This Master Class Will Teach You How

Photos courtesy of Chic Punta Cana.

So you have been to Vegas, New York, or Ibiza and have watched as amazing DJs tore it up on the ones and twos and thought to yourself, “Man, I want to do that.”  Well there's great news for you: now you can.

This September, Chic Punta Cana by Royalton Luxury Resorts has teamed up with The DJ Dispensary for two three-day retreats to give you the skills to be world class.

World-class DJs will be on hand to teach you twice a day in a group class as well as private one on one tutoring once daily.  You will learn techniques like beat matching, equalizing sound and cueing.  At the end of the retreat, once you have honed your skills, you will be given a DJ set at the closing party. 

They even record the set and snap pictures of the party with you at the turntables, give it all to you on a USB and if you want your friends to see you at your best, they are streaming it all live for anyone to see.

Outside of workshops, guests can check out the white sand beach and pools. They can also grab a massage or facial in the spa and dining is all-included at five à la carte restaurants. There is also an Oxygen Bar and a “Culinary Experience” chef’s table.  

For those who don’t know, Punta Cana is at the tip of the Dominican Republic and features incredible beaches and beautiful ocean views.  Chic Punta Cana has been described as, “ Where Vegas’ inimitable sass and style meets Miami’s urban vibe on the beach in the Dominican Republic.”

So here is your chance to prove you are the next Avicii or David Guetta.  Get signed up now as there are only 10 spots available for each of the two workshops.  And if you go, send me an invite to the web stream of your set.  That way I can say, “I knew you when.”

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