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Appreciation?

Goddess of Chaos


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Posted : Nov 1, 2006 20:59
Just need a general opinion of the most common practice of ‘appreciation’ for Artists & DJ’s after their live-act\set. What I mean to say here is that after an Artist or DJ finishes their set, should there be a few seconds of pause and the audience claps\hoots\cheers or whatever to show appreciation for them? Or should the following set start right away?

Does this short pause cause annoyance and interruption to the audience coz for that brief moment there’s no music! I personally think it’s an imperative to show respect and gratitude to them for putting out so much for the spectators—and I’ve seen it happen at most parties but I just need a general opinion on this affair for an upcoming event…

I’d like to hear both perspectives; Artists\DJ’s and the Audiences.

Thanks and Good day
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Posted : Nov 1, 2006 21:01
I look them in the eyes and bow.
Soul Kontakt
Soul Kontakt

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Posted : Nov 1, 2006 21:04
I look at them and nod in appreciation it's enough cause that nod is coming from my hearth...no need for claps and shows plus it's more comforatble for the person who played.           Boom :)

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full_on
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Posted : Nov 1, 2006 21:11
This was already discussed in another thread.

Some DJs like to stop and hear some screams, but others just let the other guy start right away, which I think to be much better, because of the uninterrupted flow. Unless the DJs play very different styles.
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Sound Surgeon
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Posted : Nov 1, 2006 21:48
What happens when the dj doesnt give a good performance to the crowd? Bash him with tomatoes?

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Nathan
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Posted : Nov 1, 2006 22:22
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On 2006-11-01 21:04, Soul Kontakt wrote:
I look at them and nod in appreciation it's enough cause that nod is coming from my hearth...no need for claps and shows plus it's more comforatble for the person who played.




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Meta-Morphosis
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Posted : Nov 1, 2006 22:24
Yea agree with full_on, the flow of music should be there.            “What we need is the development of the Inner Spiritual man, the unique individual, whose treasure is hidden in the symbols of our mythological tradition and in man’s unconscious psych.” - CJ Jung
rich
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Posted : Nov 1, 2006 22:25
If the DJ/artist plays out the outro of the last track, and the next DJ/artist plays the intro to his first track, that that is enough time for the audience to show appreciation.

So there doesn't need to be a contrived pause there, it should be in the ambient outro/intro, and that should be long enough for applause, tomatos, etc. Any longer than that and it becomes a concert and not a trance party.

However if, of course, the next DJ/artist is mixing in to the previous dj/artists last track, then the people would need to figure out that cue point themsleves...

Kemic-Al
Kemic-Al

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Posted : Nov 2, 2006 00:51

well at a huge festival like Boom festival as it was in a Live act and after dj set and so on, and there was a couple of seconds between acts people applauded anyway and it was enough time, sure it's more easy to hear an applause then see a nod at night or day from all those people anyway ... mostly it happens in big festivals but in small parties i experienced it too .... and thank god there were chillums after not tomatoes hehehe ...

to rich: when the beat stops people automatically understand that the time is up anyway so i agree no need for a long wait ..

Magox
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Posted : Nov 2, 2006 01:51
i would prefer to have the music go on continously......

it is nice to see that people are enjoying your music.....and i believe the artist can see that if that is the way people feel.......

offthenutboom
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Posted : Nov 2, 2006 02:25
It all depends if you want to continue the story or start from scratch
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Infect Insect
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Posted : Nov 2, 2006 10:05
i always bring a huge light system, i tbeam it in the dj's eyes when hes done and he sees a bomb of random lights in the blinding act of appreciation.
Dogon
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Posted : Nov 2, 2006 11:18
3-4 seconds pause is enuff for the cheers & claps......

And yea a respectful eye contact & a hearthy appreciational gesture is the best IMO           We were born naked & grow up to become wicked.
Soul Kontakt
Soul Kontakt

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Posted : Nov 2, 2006 12:18
I think the artist enjoys people dancing to his music fullpower this is the greatest reward and for sure is enough no need for other bullshit           Boom :)

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Goddess of Chaos


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Posted : Nov 2, 2006 15:09
Quote:

On 2006-11-01 22:25, rich wrote:
If the DJ/artist plays out the outro of the last track, and the next DJ/artist plays the intro to his first track, that that is enough time for the audience to show appreciation.




Thank you everyone for your replies, think this is the best way to show appreciation and mantain the flow of the music!

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