Analog Squad - Frequently Asked Questions
We only require a non-refundable 25% retainer and a signed contract to book, with the final payment due the day before your event.
We accept all major credit cards, cash, cheque, and e-transfers.
Absolutely! We love meeting our clients over coffee to get a general understanding on what you are looking for and how we can help. Please checkout our packages and request a quote.
We provide our clients quotes that are valid for two (2) weeks, and will continue to pencil initial inquires until the quote expires. We only HOLD dates as soon as the contract has been signed and a deposit has been paid.
This is your event, and we'd love to have your input - we want the party to reflect your taste. Please feel free to be as comprehensive as you want with your music selections including your "DO NOT PLAY" list.
Absolutely! We will be glad to send you a quote depending on your needs. We have battery-powered speakers and microphones that we can provide for ceremony locations that do not have access to a power source. Note: Electronics and rain do not go well together, so we require a proper shade to ensure the safety of our equipment. Please contact us if you have questions.
Absolutely! To help us prepare, we will require a Final Timeline to be sent over to us two weeks before your event, and your DJ can make all the necessary announcements - introduction, housekeeping, speeches, etc.
Absolutely! We have a terabyte of licensed music and have signed up for an online DJ software where we can easily search your song requests.
Yes please, but only for events exceeding 5 hours. We ask that a meal is provided for the DJ especially when he has to provide music and operate the audio for speeches during dinner.
We already bring our own table and linens for the DJ booth. The only thing we need from you will be a 6ft x 10ft space to set-up comfortably and a power source within 30ft from the DJ booth. However if your venue is already a little tight, please let us know ahead of time, and we'll make the necessary adjustments on how we set-up our equipment (ie, spread out the speakers and light stands wherever it is safe, and where there's power). Also, a floor plan two weeks prior to the event will be greatly appreciated.
Yes! Many venues won’t let us operate without proper insurance. We are happy to oblige.