Just yesterday I got into an ugly argument with some owner of one of those clubs in Second Life. Many DJs do not take requests. If some of them happen to do so, the quality of their music suddenly declines hilarious? I was the one who took a DJing class from the co-owner of the same club only to learn how they illegally playing copyrighted music without paying royalty fees and not bothering to verify if a legally obtained license is required to stream music inworld to an audience spin music. Just rip it off youtube and hide the titles! Be subtle and steal. You can use free ones too. Those were some of the lessons taught by them. This is almost equal to hosts using automatic greeters instead of greeting people manually or clubs using bots to raise traffic. Oh and these DJs and club owners supporting them are immensely proud of themselves.
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DJing in Second Life seems like a very complicated process, it requires different components, planning and testing. This post is an outline of the requirements needed to DJ in Second Life. This is not a technical step by step guide, and you may need additional references not covered in this post, many I will link to throughout. This post is meant to serve as a starting point for those interested in DJing. Each of these components are connected with each other as displayed in the diagram below. A diagram of how to DJ in Second Life. Some icons are from the Phuzion icon set.
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By starflitz , January 21, in Art, Music and Photography. I have been in-world for almost 7 years now and I need a new career other then just hosting.. If anyone knows the way I need to go then could you please lead me in that directions. DJ in SL doesn't really exist.. Realize the competition is huge.. Look at youtube, there are thousends of dj courses.
The firm Linden Labs who maintains, develops and owns Second Life are emphatic that their virtual world is not a game. The platform features user generated content. It has its own virtual currency. You can build, explore and interact as a virtual representation of yourself or as it is called; an avatar. Included in this virtual world is a huge music and DJ scene. This means that you can run your own lounge, bar, club, event hall or venue. Therefore, Second life represents an opportunity for any DJ or radio enthusiast that would like to get a visual and almost real life experience when they DJ in a club. We have met many people from different countries around the world whom have become very happy customers.