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430 E South Temple C | SLC, UT 84111
Q: What am I agreeing to by paying for and beginning a course at SLDP?

A: As a student, you are agreeing that you have read, understand and agree to abide by our Terms of Use (as set forth on the “Terms of Use” page on this website) and by all policies set forth here in the Frequently Asked Questions section of this website.

Q: Do I need my own equipment?

A: You do not need your own equipment to participate in any course, but in order to reap the full benefit of lessons, it is recommended that you have or eventually have equipment to practice with on your own time.

Q: What if I’m not sure what I’d like to study, or if the program is for me?

A: No problem! Your first lesson can be a free consultation (Yes, no commitment, 100% free). It’s an opportunity to sit down with an instructor and discuss your interests, previous experience, skills, and your goals for the course, before making any payment and/or registering for a full course. If you’re ready to go, we’ll jump right in. If you decide it’s not for you, no harm done and best of luck with your music!

Q: I’m interested in full courses, and not just individual sessions, are there discounts available?

A: Music production is a skill that often takes years to master. If you’re dedicated and know you’re in it for the long hall, there are discounts for those that would like to purchase an entire course. Ask us about current promotions, discounts, and payment options!

Q: I’m under 18, can I still take lessons?

A: Of course! We’ll need parental permission, but everything can be arranged.
Q: Am I entering into a contract when registering, paying for and/or attending an SLDP course?

A: Yes, by registering, making a payment, and/or attending an SLDP course or session, you are accepting all terms and agreeing to abide by all terms and policies found in the SLDP Terms Of Use page.

Q: I have my own studio, are you able to travel?

A: In most cases, session will be held in an SLDP studio or online classroom. Occasionally, there are situations where travel could be considered, so be sure to ask us about your specific situation.

Q: What genres do you teach?

A: One of the greatest aspects of this course, is that we can teach the basic building blocks of music, commonly referred to as “Music Theory.” Don’t let this intimidate you, the concepts can be understood by anyone. Music theory applies to all genres of music, whether you’re producing dubstep, electro, progressive house, film, piano, hip hop and any other genre under the sun. Our instructors are versed in all genres of music, so it’s up to you to take the tools you receive and apply them wherever you’d like. If there is a specific genre you’d like to focus on, no problem! Our lessons will be specific to your particular interests, and will revolve around the production of that genre.

Q: I just want to DJ and play other peoples music, and have no interest in production. Is this course for me?

A: Definitely! Music theory applies to DJing, mixing and preparing DJ sets just as much as it does to the creation and production of music itself. This course will not only teach you how to beat match and mix one song into another, it’ll teach you how to take your DJ sets to the next level, technically and rhythmically, and separate yourself from other DJ’s.

Q: Does the purchase of an SLDP course include any Production Equipment, DJ Equipment or Software?

A: Because SLDP is not a licensed distributor of Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Traktor, Serato or Maschine, we cannot sell or provide the software to students. All students are required to obtain their own licensed copy of the software that pertains to their chosen course. Through our partners, SLDP students have access to student discounts on software and equipment, so make sure to ask about those discounts.

Q: Once I start a monthly payment program, can I stop at any time?

A: By starting a monthly payment program, each student is entering into a legally binding agreement to pay for the entire course. Please see the “Full Programs” section of our Terms of Use Page for complete details.

Q: When are monthly payments due?

A: Monthly payments are made no later than 11:59 pm MST on the 1st of every month, without exception. Any payments made after this date and time are subject to a $25 late fee, if paid by the 3rd of the Month. After the 3rd of the month, the late fee rises to $50. Full monthly payments plus any late fees must be paid before sessions resume. If a student discontinues making payment and fails to communicate with SLDP, their spot in a course will become available to other students and SLDP may act to recover any amount of money owed for sessions or full courses that has not been paid.

Q: I have paid for a full course and attended a session or multiple sessions, but I’ve changed my mind on the course. Can I receive a refund?

A: After a course has begun and a student has attended the first session, no refunds will be issued. Please see our Terms Of Use page for more details on payment, scheduling and cancellations. Please be aware that by registering for a full course and by making a payment, in full or part, to SLDP, you are agreeing to the SLDP Terms Of Use.

Q: What payment options do you provide?

A: We allow cash, check, card and electronic payments. All checks must be written out to Salt Lake DJ & Production, and must be delivered at least one business day (Monday – Friday before 5 pm.) before any payment due date or scheduled session to allow for clearing. Card payments are subject to a 3.25% processing fee. Electronic payments can be made via Venmo (https://venmo.com/) or PayPal (https://paypal.com/). Please Contact us at info@sldp.com for more information on how to make an electronic payment.

Q: What happens if I do not pay my bill?

A: Life can be unpredictable and on occasion, we find ourselves unable to fulfill our financial responsibilities. In these situations, SLDP is more than willing to work with you and make arrangements that suit your particular situation. If you find yourself unable to continue with a full course, it may be possible to defer to a later date, defer payment or withdraw and only be responsible for the sessions you have attended. No specific solution is guaranteed, please email to info@sldp.com for more information. If you have a balance due, we will reach out to make arrangements for payment. After multiple attempts to contact via phone, email and social media over a period of 30 days, if we do not receive a reply, acknowledgement of the balance due, or plan of payment, all of the following may occur: reporting of delinquent account to all major credit bureaus, transfer of account to a 3rd party collection agency and legal action to recover delinquent balance. Per the SLDP Terms of Use, students that fail to make payments will also be responsible for the costs of collecting any delinquent balance. The cost of collection efforts can be upwards of $2000, and this cost will be added to your total balance due. Ignoring a balance will not make it go away, and in nearly all cases, will actually increase that balance significantly.

Q: I don’t see my question here, what do I do?

A: We’re happy to answer and address any and ALL concerns regarding this opportunity. Feel free to get a hold of us via our Contact Page.

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