Martha Stewart Weddings interviews Simon Tai, Chief Remixologist, and Ari Rosenfield, founder of Beat Train Productions, about the proper way to make a modern day mix-tape. Mixtapes don’t have to be a thing of the past as they suggest using a unique flash drive instead of an actual tape or CD.
Simon emphasizes the importance of personalizing your mixtape on both the music & design aspects. This shows you’ve put thought into the mixtape and that you really had your wifey in mind. He gives great examples such as throwing varying the style of music from slow jams to dance classics.
As a DJ and entrepreneur Simon takes great pride in striving to exceed expectations and to make sure all “T’s” are crossed and “I’s” are dotted. Since founding Remixologists, Simon has spun over 200 weddings and has sent DJs to many more. If you’d like to hear what our clients have to say about Simon, click here. If anyone knows how to make the perfect modern day mixtape, it’s Simon!
To read more about how to make the perfect modern day mixtape, check out Martha Stewart Weddings. And to learn more about Remixologists, visit here.