Rock and Soul DJ School NYC Coupons and Deals
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Limit 1 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts • Reservations required at least 2 weeks in advance and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Entire value must be used in a single visit
The iconic Rock and Soul DJ School was founded in 1975 and continues to play host to some of Manhattan's best talent. Perhaps your young mix master is next: • $49 (regularly $99) for a 75-minute group DJ lesson • Available for teenagers and older; no more than five students in each session • Located a few blocks from Penn Station Go DJ Known for its renowned instructors, state-of-the-art equipment, and small class sizes, this auditory academy will teach students how to mix, blend, scratch, and work with turntables as well as get a feel for mixing software. Rock and Soul DJ School's Website | Facebook
You fancy yourself a mighty fine DJ. But real-life DJing is a tad more involved than hitting play on your Spotify mix, no matter how well you mime scratching records. Cover your tracks (get it?) with DJing classes at Rock and Soul, one of the world's first DJ stores (established 1975, to be exact). All equipment will be provided, and you'll get a 15 percent discount on any gear you'd like to buy while you're there. We're offering a 75-minute DJ Basics class for $49 (reg. $99). You and a maximum of five other beginners will learn the ins and outs of playing—and scratching—records. Want to go it alone with your boo? Snag a 75-minute couples class for $89 (reg. $200). Lastly, get five two-and-a-half hour classes for $219 (reg. $449). Top instructors, a maximum of four other students, and free practice time all give you prime opportunity to hone your chops. You'll be playing circles around Spotify in no time.
Though DJ is most often thought of as being short for disc jockey, it could also stand for delightful jawbone. This Groupon is for the first one. Choose Between Two Options $15 for three 7-inch vinyl records (up to a $44.97 value), valid in-store only $25 for $50 worth of DJ gear, music, and vinyl, valid in-store or online The first option is valid for 7-inch vinyl records of up to a $14.99 value each, such as Change/Northern & Roozy, a limited edition, hand-numbered 45 from The Purist and Roc Marciano, Strange Man/Long Progression from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, ...