Event Intelligence is pleased to introduce the “Top 100 Songs of the 1950’s,” a new addition to its existing collection of Most Requested song lists. As with Event Intelligence’s other Most Requested charts, it’s systematically calculated by analyzing nearly 2 million actual client requests made through the DJ Intelligence music request system over the past 12 months. The requests are compiled and tallied to create this new, useful list. Because of the massive quantity of requests, we believe it is precisely accurate. This is a generalized list for all events ranging from weddings to parties.
Other Most Requested charts published by Event Intelligence include Top 200 Songs, Top 100 1960’s, Top 100 1970’s, Top 100 1980’s, Top 100 1990’s, and Top 100 2000’s. Event Intelligence also publishes specialty charts such as Top Bride & Groom first dance, Bride & Father, Groom & Mother, Bridal Party, Bouquet, Garter, Cake Cutting, and Introductions. These lists are accessible by clients through the Event Intelligence Music Database, Music Search, and Guest Request website tools. You can view a sampling of these lists by visiting http://www.demo.eventintelligence.com/music/requested.asp
The Music Database is just one of nearly two dozen interactive web modules included with the service, but among Event Intelligence subscribers it is agreed to be the most popular. Your clients can log on to your existing website and search through your personal music library (or use the default list of 75,000 songs which is updated weekly) by keyword, genre, decade, and other search parameters, or simply browse through your music library by song title or artist. They can view song suggestions by category. They can even listen to 30 second song samples and view the lyrics to any song with a single click!
When the client finds a song they like, they can add it to one of three custom request lists: Must Play, Play if Possible, and Do Not Play. You can select how many of each type of request you are willing to accept and can even change the labels if you do not like these terms. The client can attach "notes" to any request for special instructions or dedications. And if the client wants to request a song that is not in your library, you can optionally provide the client with a "custom" request button for entering these requests by hand.
The client can save their work for continued progress and return to the site at any time to retrieve their saved list. Since the service is web based, the client can connect from anywhere in the world using an internet connected computer (PC or Mac) and their web browser. Throughout the process, you can monitor the client's progress through the Control Panel and even receive email notifications every time the client makes an update to their list. Upon completion, the client's request list is electronically submitted to you by email which also includes a link to a printable HTML report. If you use digital music software, the system can create an M3U playlist file so all the client's requests are pre-loaded for the event!
Perhaps the neatest feature of the Event Intelligence music request system is that every time your client makes a request, that request is automatically included in a real time tally for the Most Requested song lists. This means their contributions are helping to shape future events all over the world. Millions of requests are cast each year through this very system. To test drive a live demo site, please visit http://www.demo.eventintelligence.com/music. To learn more about Event Intelligence and add it to your existing website so your clients' requests can be included in the voting, visit http://eventintelligence.com.