The DJ Bible is the largest and most comprehensive guide available for DJs. This is the ultimate guide on how to be a professional and successful DJ. I love using a Kindle for this, since recommendations for other books to read tend to hit the mark, and you can buy books on a whim, perfect for when you're on vacation with free time (I can easily read half a dozen books on a two-week family vacation). Investigate how musicians can also form a team of professionals to help them with marketing, distribution, and other aspects of the business.
But coffee table-type books, especially photographs of musical scenes from the past, or books containing flyers and other items that shed light on nightclubs in other places or cultures, can also give life to corners of our fans that perhaps you would never know otherwise. Whether you've just started from scratch or if you have a lot of followers and want to grow, these books can help guide and train you to help you continuously improve your craft. This book covers topics such as how to create original music, how to market and distribute your music, how to create an audience, how to make money as a musician, and how to use technology to advance your career. Ari Herstand also provides guidance on how to establish relationships with professionals in the music industry, how to manage legal and financial issues, and how to manage the ups and downs of the music business, all of which are very important aspects when developing your music career.
If you want people to hear a mix you've done on Facebook, first listen to and comment on other people's. Robert and Markus have very stressful and demanding jobs and domestic commitments to face, but both have managed to incorporate DJing into their lives. This detailed book includes exercises and diagrams to help readers understand and apply the concepts they learn.