5 Ways to Make Extra Money As A DJ
You can be a semi-pro (or at least think you are) Baseball player, but the chances of you actually making money off the sport are pretty slim. I believe every American kid has, at least once in their life, dreamed of being a professional athlete who makes money play a game for thousands of spectators. It’s one of the few situations in life where something you do for fun is also profitable – but again, the odds of you making it aren’t high. DJing on the other hand can be profitable in only a few months if you play your cards correctly.
Think about it. DJing is still a mystery to many people, and it isn’t taught in schools. Anyone who wants to throw a party knows that they need a DJ to control the music and the crowd, and it is also very specialized skill that few know.
You don’t have to be a pro to make money being a DJ either. Aside from gigging and throwing events, and DJ can also make money on the side by teaching to those who need the art demystified. DJs can also have a small hand in production and use their talents with producers to make turntable-minded music.