May 7, 2018 – Tommy Swindali, a UK-Bred and internationally acclaimed DJ based in Asia known for working with and playing for some of the biggest entertainment personalities and gigs has put together a comprehensive course on titled “How to DJ: The Professional Guide” aimed at explaining all the tips and tricks in order to perform like a Pro DJ.

An anonymous source once said, “A truly great DJ, just for a moment, can make a whole room fall in love. Because DJing is not just about choosing a few tunes, it’s about generating shared moods; it’s about understanding the feelings of a group of people and directing them to a better place.” How to DJ: The Professional Guide by DJ Swindali has well thought out lessons to properly explain how aspiring DJs can achieve this perfection in manipulating moods by teaching them how to find their music, prepare and organize them, and set up their equipment. Using this professional guide, aspiring DJs will learn how to find music and download it from major platforms like Beatport, Youtube, Shazam, iTunes, Billboard, DJ City, Soundcloud, etc. and save it to their storage in order to use it for live performances. The course will also break down the preparation of tracks using these six steps:

  • Importing and organizing music in a dated folder
  • Analyzing in Mixed in Key
  • Analyzing in Serato
  • Analyzing in Rekordbox
  • Checking over the song for edit areas
  • Exporting music

Mashups are like butter to a DJs bread because it shows a DJ’s skills. This is the creative work where a DJ blends two or more pre-recorded songs by overlaying the vocal track of one song over the instrumental track of a different song. This course will help the aspiring DJ imbibe great recording and mashups skills by teaching through live examples. There are also lectures dedicated to how to setup and use a CDJ for control and manipulation of CDs or other digital audio formats using an emulated vinyl turntable surface.

The best part of the course is the networking that it will provide, as the aspiring DJ will find many different ways to stay tuned with the newest and hottest hits and many tips to succeed in DJ-related topics. There will be feedback from people regarding the DJ’s music, live performance, and more technical issues.

“DJs are in incredible competition, musically. And they are the most musically creative and sensitive people in all the music charts. I am amazed how they are,” says Yoko Ono, worldwide acclaimed performing artist and ex-wife of former Beatles band member John Lennon. This is why the course How to DJ: The Professional Guide by DJ Swindali is necessary for any DJ aspiring to be at the top of their game.

In addition, DJ Swindali will provide extras such as Mash up packs, Remixes, Links, Originals and Massive discounts on his books which can be found on Amazon.

The link to the course is


DJ Swindali established himself in the UK club scene and moved to Asia where he has quickly gained popularity at many high profile events in China, Myanmar, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Laos and more. Now a resident DJ in Bangkok, Thailand at the Top 3 Clubs, Levels, Insanity and Route 66 and a Beatport Top 100 producer, DJ Swindali is a Number One MixCloud DJ and an in-demand International Tour DJ who is regularly on tour at festivals and Top 100 Clubs Worldwide. Original music produced by him has been featured on Beatport, BBC Radio 1, Exiled Asia, Siam2nite and more. His style is dependent on the crowd, as he always aims to please.

Among his most notable works are two top 100 hits on Beatport, supported with Vinai, Maddix, Fashion TV, Jean Claude Van Damme, Syzz, Rave Republic, Justin Mylo and more.

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