Learn how to become a professional DJ with our Production and DJ, professional certification, course. The course is packed with all the theory and practical knowledge you need to work in the industry; from the equipment and set-up of the DJ booth to musical structure and key; giving you the best options to make great-sounding and artistic mixes.
Develop your knowledge of different styles and trends, learn about all-important DJ psychology, and how to position yourself professionally on social media.
Mix and create your own sessions using our range of equipment: CDs (Pioneer CDJ-2000), digital systems (XDJ-1000), controllers for Traktor, Serato, and Rekordbox DJ and, of course, vinyl.
Whatever your taste in music, there's a place for you here. You will have the opportunity to spend hours in the DJ booth under the guidance of our staff, putting into practice the skills you've learned over the course.
The course takes place in the Microfusa school, without a doubt, the best space with the best possible facilities for a DJ and music production school to have. You will progress through the course surrounded by a team of top-flight professionals and enjoying the various masterclasses offered by DJs and professional producers of international prestige.
Pioneer DJ collaborates with Microfusa and the center itself is an official Apple training facility. On completion of the course, you will obtain an official Pro DJ certificate, with the stamp and quality guarantee of Microfusa.
Be trained by the best, in the best DJ and production school in Spain | Barcelona.
The DJ booth: equipment and configuration
Music history and genre
Musical structure and tempo
Tempo-sync and beat matching
Introduction to mixing
Mixing with effects, loops, and samples
Prep and development of a DJ set
Promotion and DJ psychology
Mixing using controllers: Traktor, Serato y Rekordbox DJ (Pioneer DDJ-SZ, Traktor Kontrol S4, Traktor Kontrol F1)
Creating and maintaining a set (connector, cables, and signal levels)
Mixing with vinyl (Pioneer, Technics)
Mixing with CDs (Pioneer CDJ-2000, Pioneer CDJ-900)
Mixing with digital systems (Pioneer XDJ-1000)
Virtual mixing using vinyl and CDs with timecode: Traktor Scratch y Serato Scratch (Rane SL3, Pioneer DJM 900 Nexus)
The industry: DJing and promotion
Social media and self-promotion
Masterclass. Experiential, professional advice, artistic development, management, booking, and networking
Studio configuration: equipment, interfaces, software, and hardware
Workstations (DAW), different types and characteristics
Analysis of productions and musical genres
Creating rhythms using loops and virtual drum machines (Ableton Live)
Electronic instruments, synths, and samplers (MIDI and VST)
Using external controllers for Ableton Live (Launchpad)
EQ, automation, effects, and plugins
Track structure and musical genres – Electronica and Dance
Creative sampling (Maschine)
The final mix and an introduction to mastering
Musical language. Tonality, melody, scales, and chords
The record industry, licenses, and record labels
Copyright, distribution, publishing and registering of music
Social media and self-promotion