Hello there! I am Scott Fitzpatrick, and if you are reading this it means that you are searching for a disc jockey for your next event! I have been a professional disc jockey for the better part of a decade catering to all types of events from weddings to corporate functions; stag & doe parties to fundraisers; bar restaurants to nightclubs. The experience that I have obtained during that time is an asset I bring to the table when assisting you in planning your next event.
I will help you to figure out exactly what equipment is required to achieve the look and feel for your event, as well as maintain an open line of communication to ensure that your voice is heard. As the best result of any outcome is a positive one, I am always striving myself to deliver the very best for every person that I deal with. It’s what drives me and provides a sense of accomplishment in making my client’s day everything they dreamed it could be. I am fully comfortable performing master of ceremonies duties, and working with banquet hall or event staff to ensure that everyone is on the same page to deliver what my clients have put so much thought into.
As a DJ, I have worked throughout Toronto and the great Toronto area in such venues as J Lounge, Club 279 (Hard rock Café), Tiger Bar, Ten on 10 Nightclub, Sloppy Joes, The Annex Wreck Room, Crocodile Rock, The Boat, Alice Fazzoli’s (Adelaide & Square One locations), Shoeless Joes (King St. W), as well as being the resident DJ at Jack Astor’s (Dundas Square & Whitby locations) for 2+ years each. When it comes to working special events I have worked in conjunction with the WWE, UFC, MLSE (Specifically Toronto FC & Toronto Raptors), various spirit companies such as Jack Daniels, Smirnoff and Budweiser Canada. I have also done work for various organizations such as Scotia Entertainment, Hitmen Entertainment, Solaris Entertainment, Red Entertainment, Hope-Halton Pride Festival & Universal Entertainment. Along with the many companies which I have provided Audio/Visual & Disc Jockey services, I have provided assistance to more than 50 weddings with 30 in alone in the past few years.
I pride myself on bringing options and alternatives when it comes to planning a special event that you may not think of, and being able to present that perspective comes from being an experienced disc jockey and audio/visual professional. More than ever these days you get what you pay for, and although I am selling myself high to you; my prices and equipment remain competitive with the dozens of other choices you may find out there. What sets me aside from them is constant experience along with the fact I’ve been in your shoes before in planning my own wedding.
If there is something that isn’t really necessary I won’t try to hide that fact from you. If there is anything that will require additional assistance or is too much for one person to handle, I will always let the client know. I do not upcharge my clients like some other companies would. I do my best to be flexible to their budgets without additional unnecessary costs. My job is to make sure the event runs as smooth as possible, to execute the plan that my clients have thought out and not to place a seed of doubt.
Please visit the contact page to get in touch with me so we can chat and discuss how I can make your special event a date that you will always remember. Best regards!
I completed my high school education at Wexford Collegiate Institute in Scarborough, Ontario involved heavily in the special series art program as well as the film department in which I provided equipment management services. I then attended and graduated with honours from the technical college Trebas Institute in Toronto, Ontario which I hold a technical degree in Audio Engineering.
As a producer I have worked on full length independent releases into the double digit numbers. As an engineer I have mixed or remixed more than 30 independent and commercial releases. Additionally as I am also a professional disc jockey I have remixed dozens of commercially released material for my personal use in the various mediums including some remix competitions most notably for legendary rock band Nine Inch Nails. In 2005 in a contest to remix the track “The Hand That Feeds” run off of a fan website in which the contest would be picked up on by front man Trent Reznor himself, I finished 5th out of 500 entries determined by a judging panel. Following that up the Toronto radio station 102.1 The Edge held a competition to remix the band’s follow-up single “Only” in which again I was a 5th place finalist as determined by station judges. The mix remained in the stations play-list library for roughly a week. Additionally the lead judge the late Martin Streak invited me in to the studio for an interview regarding not only my remix, but my latest self-produced release at the time.
In 2005 through 2007 I was a DJ on the internet radio station SYKORADIO. I had control over a 2-4 hour time slot every Sunday night in which I played what I thought was new and upcoming music, along with old favourites and remixes. In 2008 through 2011 I was the co-host, engineer and producer of a bi-weekly hockey podcast on the 2 guys talking podcast network entitled “The Light the Lamp” podcast to which all facets of the sport were discussed from Junior, Professional and International. From 2003 till the present I have remained active in the Audio/Visual world working as a technician for corporate conference events, live sound & concert environments as well as commercial & residential property installation.
Although I have taken a leave of absence from the world of mix engineering and music production due to a change in lifestyle, I am hungry and ready to begin working on some new and exciting projects which surround song writing, music recording, mix engineering, and a return to producing releases for your listening pleasure. If you are interested in having a professionally trained recording engineer work with you on bringing your thoughts or talents to life, whether it’s cutting a demo or remixing a track; please head on over to the contact page and drop me a line. I’d love to hear literally what could be in store from getting a chance to work with you on your next project.