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Respect the DJ Interview with Pro Deejay @proa_deejay

Amanda Giordano


How did you get into DJing?
Hello friends, I started in the DJ world at age 18 in the old (carpes del cim) as resident DJ. I entered by chance since one day I was partying with a friend I went to this club and there was no DJ, they only had a music session on. So I told the owner that he was a DJ and he gave me a chance to do a performance, and I got the job. Since then I have not stopped acting in different places, discos, etc. At 20 I entered the world of production and until today I produce and take out my tracks with electronic music stamps.

What did you do to advance your skills/knowledge?
I watched my professional colleagues closely and took note. When I was going out with party friends, I was always watching the DJ, and even made friends with him to ask him questions. And above all practicing a lot and correcting my mistakes.

What did your first setup look like?
A disaster at the beginning, I left the disco without sound for a few minutes, but I solved it quickly, I relaxed and continued with my performance.

What does your current setup look like?
I act a lot with 4 CDJ's, I really like playing with the sounds and I love to do Scrath.


How did you get your DJ/Artist name?
Proa Deejay, my idea was that Proa had a meaning of Professional Audio. (Pro.-A.)

If you could DJ at any 3 events/festivals what would they be?

EL Row, Sonar, Fabrik

If you could DJ in any 3 cities what would they be?
Ibiza, New York, Japan

If you could be a tour DJ for any artist (dead or alive), who would it be?
Dj Rody-A

What is your goal when you play live?
People enjoy, people had a great time, and come home happy.

What's your go-to song right now?
My last published project is (Sunline)

What is your dream as a DJ?
Acting in prestigious events and clubs around the world, and sign with powerful record labels, which take my music to the top.

What is some advice you would give to someone with a dream to become a DJ?
Work hard to improve their performance, produce good tracks, not be shy and not be afraid of anything.

Where can people find you? (social media, website, etc.)
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