Originally Posted by jmac3
Can I say thank you to the people who didn't realize music travels further than 12 feet?
"Oh look no pro game let's play bad music. We're in front of the pro field so it definitely isn't loud enough to be a nuisance on the one directly next to it."
Next time I think I will bring my Ipod that way instead of not being able to hear because of music I don't like I will at least be able to listen to mine.
Ok well here we go...
1. I was told to play music in between the pro games... it wasn't my call but I did that, and when I didn't Chuck was asking me why there wasn't music playing.
2. I intentionally turned the speakers away from field 2 in an attempt to keep things as quiet as I could for those players while I still did my job. Sound checks were done with the NPPL staff and the volume was set at the level that they approved.
3. I was asked to play a mix of music and that's what I did. With that being said, I do take request.
4. It was really my first full event that I've DJed so gimme a break... I'm still learning what works and what doesn't.
5. I'm not an a-hole (at least I try not to be) so if you have a problem with me and/or something that I've done tell me. If I don't know that there is a problem then how can I be expected to fix it? I appreciate constructive comments but I think it's a little silly to come on here and bash me for something without at least addressing it in person first.
This is literally the first complaint that I've heard but I will take this as a learning experience and put towards ensuring I do a better job next time. I'm sorry if in some way I made the event any less than a completely enjoyable experience...