Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Cheer Music

Quality cheer music isn't that had to come by. As a coach you are always worried about originality and getting music that is new and fresh. I've tried using music that the judges and fans can relate to which doesn't always mean new. There are many ways you can get the music you want. I would advise against buying a premade cheer mix, you don't want to ever risk the chance of having the same music as some other squad. You can get together a list of songs you want and have a local D.J. compile the music for you. Another way is to search the internet, but that can get extremely expensive. I've seen companies charging $1,000, that's outrageous to me. I did come across cheercd.com which seemed pretty reasonable. You can personalize your own cheer mixes, you can pick how long you want your mix (1:30sec, 2:30sec., or whatever you want), and you can preview your music before you buy. Their prices seemed pretty reasonable also.

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3 comments:

Janey said...

I'm on a team that is actually looking for some good custom cheer music to create routines to. Is there anything that's important to include in a mix? We definitely want something new and edgy that will stand out amongst other teams.

James Leer said...

Thanks. My daughter is on a cheer team and they were looking for some cheerleading mixes. Do you know what would be the best place to look for some? She would like to know.

ppppparker said...

I have been looking for some good youth cheer music for a while now. What do you suggest is the best place to find some?