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Q about Ceremony Music... Specifically at Dreams Tulum

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Hi fellow BDW members.



Our bestman aka our DJ is making a play list for our prelude, precession, ceremony, and recession.

My question is:

How or Who controls it??

As in, how do they know to fade out a song and bring in the next?

Or keep one playing softly in the background and raise the volume for certain parts, such as sand ceremony and signing of marrg cert.

Any info will be greatly appreciated.

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Try using the search function before starting a new thread. This has most likely been discussed already somewhere

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I am getting married at the Dreams in Puerto Vallarta. I decided to just hire a DJ, because I started to think of some of the same questions. I felt like it would save $ but be more stressful!

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thx, I found the thread the answer was on, but I couldnt open the attachment. So I just sent SunBride a pm. sorry I started a useless thread. sad.gif

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