DJ Lessons at Bach to Rock
Want to become a master DJ? Beat Refinery® DJ lessons and classes offer everything you need. Whether you’re an experienced DJ or it’s your first time on the turntables, we’ll help you unlock your potential as an artist! Beat Refinery combines practical and artistic training for aspiring DJs and producers. We can teach you how to master the turntables, as well as industry leading software like Serato and Ableton Live.
What You Can Learn From Beat Refinery at Bach to Rock
- Beginner: Beat Making 101 teaches students the basics of music production. Students learn to create music using an award-winning program that simplifies music production for students.
- Mixing: Our DJ mixing lessons start with fundamental skills, followed by lessons on basic, intermediate, and advanced mixing techniques.
- Scratching: Our DJ scratching lessons include basic scratches as well as techniques like phasing, doubling, and echoing.
- Music Production: Our music production classes use Ableton Live, a leading program with pro musicians and producers.
About Our Instruction
Learn how to match beats, mix songs, and craft your own hits. Experienced teachers are more than willing to offer tips and advice on how to build a unique sound, land your first gigs, and develop your image. Our Beat Refinery DJ School Instructors will help you achieve all your goals and take your skills to the next level.
Bach to Rock specializes in music lessons for kids, teens and adults. Our experienced instructors use our tried and true B2R Method to teach students to play the music they enjoy most. B2R students see results quickly, motivating them to continue learning. We offer lessons for beginners & pros alike.
Camps, Parties and More…
In addition to our lessons and classes, Bach to Rock offers seasonal camps, birthday parties and each location includes a state-of-the-art recording studio and performance space. We hold regular events in the community throughout the year such as DJ Battle, Music Showcase and Bachapalooza. Learning to play music should be fun. It’s called ‘play’ for a reason!