Every question you will ever have ... answered!

How do you handle requests?
For your music … we are completely different than most DJs … most others only ask for your 1st dance … why? Because they play the same cheesy music week after week and don’t put any planning into your wedding. We give you some “homework” to do so you can have as much input to your day as you want. We customize EVERY wedding!

Do you take breaks?
You will never notice your DJ missing. Every now and then nature will call, however, we'll be back before the next song. For dinner, we typically line up a few songs ... and speed eat.

Do you require a meal?
Yes, your vendors work long days, especially your photographer. Most venues and/or caterers will ask yhow many vendors you have. Most offer a discounted rate for vendors. 

How do you handle name pronunciations?
Before we introduce your wedding party, we line everyone up and practice the pronunciations of their names. 

Do you have a video? 

Although we've had videos in the past, we realized that because we customize every wedding, what you may see on a video, you may not like. Anyone can show a full dance floor, but what if you don't like the music you hear? Make sense? Most DJs play the same music at every wedding ... we give you some "homework" to do so we know what you like and what you don't like. Hence the reason we say 99% of our work is done before we play a single note. Our advice is to chat with any prospective DJ to get a feel if they are on the same page as what you're looking for. Then again, the same goes for your photographer and other vendors. We encourage you to Google “Cape Tunes reviews” to see what THOUSANDS of other couples have thought.

Can I see you "in action"?

We love what we do and it shows. We also realized because we customize every wedding, what you may see in person, you may not like. Anyone can show a full dance floor, but what if you don't like the music you hear? Make sense? Most DJs play the same music at every wedding ... we give you some "homework" to do so we know what you like and what you don't like. Hence the reason we say 99% of our work is done before we play a single note. After all that ... YES there are some venues it's easier to observe a DJ because they are open to the public, however, others are limited to guests only. Our advice is to chat with any prospective DJ to get a feel if they are on the same page as what you're looking for. Then again, the same goes for your photographer and other vendors.