FIRST LOOK: This New Ancoats Venue Is Offering DJ Masterclasses!
And the venue looks class.
Ever fancied becoming a music mogul?
The pipe dream may have just become a reality, because a new venue in Manchester's Ancoats is now offering specialist master classes (complete with lecture room) in the art.
Mark Bradbury aka 'Rudosa' (pictured below) is the brains behind Make Me A DJ, a DJ and music production school established in 2008 which now finds its home in Manchester's Ancoats. Mark previously worked as the resident DJ at Manchester's famous Sankeys night club before putting his passion for music and great sound into this venture.
Mark says he's brimming with ideas to make the most of the new space - which will even have a master class DJ lecture room!
The new gaff - boasting a state-of-the-art Jan Morel production studio, 2 DJ lesson suites and the latest top of the range Pioneer equipment - is located at Coats School on Jersey Street.
All music fans are welcome, as are DJ novices and producers, and Mark insists that the experience is intended to be an unintimidating one, led by experienced tutors with a combined 30 years experience in the music industry.
"The best way to learn is on a one-to-one basis" says Mark.
"Make Me A DJ is about you receiving a personalised experience and 100% of your tutors attention. Whether it's the DJ course or the production course, it’s tailored to you and your abilities. That's the most important thing."
Classes undertaken at Make Me A DJ cover everything from the very basics right up to fine-tuning for high-end gigs and future business.
Fancy a go?
The school is open for business now, offering standard 2, 6 and 10-hour lessons (2 hours costs £60) where you can book in weekly at times and dates convenient for you.
Make Me A DJ also offer popular crash course sessions which run three days a week, from 10am to 4pm, where you'll learn everything you need to know about rocking it up in a club. For bookings and enquiries hop over to their website or check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates.
Thanks to Jacob King for the hip hoppin' shots.