A deejay that knows his or her way around a DMX LED system can provide dancers with the kind of light and sound coordination they expect. A quality deejay will know how to pace things so that the mix of songs during the peak dance hours (11 pm to 1 am in most places) really hits the mark. In addition, they know how to work the DMX controller to coordinate sound effects like air horn blasts and visual effects like colored LED beams, roving spotlights and low lying fog. DMX controllers can also be hooked right into the dance floor so that not only the LED canisters dance to the beat, but the LED paneled squares of the floor itself flash in pattern to the rhythm.
Polyester and the Bee Gees may be done, but the Square LED Panel dance floor that made John Travolta famous remains. These days, a panel LED disco floor can give the combination of showiness and durability that is perfect for nightclub. Lighting up the floor space from the ground up, makes it easier for customers to distinguish the dance floor. In addition, because the LED lighting panels can be easily programmed to work as a unit, the dance floor itself can seem to be putting on a music inspired lightshow.
So how can you use LED lighting in your nightclub? The shorter question might be what situations is LED lighting not usable. LED displays can be used from everything from wall sconces to dance floors to furniture. They can be used for something as simple as highlighting steps, to drenching your dance space in drama inspired light shows.