AS VREA O TRADUCERE BUNA,NU LUAT DE PE GOOGLE TRANSLATE.
Sian Evans is 22. Until last year, she lived a quiet life, playing the cello and studying music at university. Then one day, she was given a challenge. She agreed to take part in a television programme called 'Faking it'. She had just four weeks to learn completely new skills and become a nightclub DJ. At the end of her training, she had to perform and compete against three professional DJs. She had to convince the judges that she wasn't a fake.
For a month, Sian stayed with top DJ, Anne. When Sian first met her, she felt totally out of place. She said, 'She is so glamorous. I was really quite scared at first.' Almost as soon as she arrived, however, Sian started her training. She had lessons in 'mixing' the music on Anne's record decks. She had voice training to make her sound right: 'I learned to shout with attitude!' said Sian. To make her look right, she had new clothes, a new haircut and even dancing lessons. It wasn't only lessons, however. She also practised. She practised everything, but mostly the 'mixing'. She was on the decks for at least five hours a day.
At the end of the month, Sian and three other professional DJs performed in front of the judges. Their job was to pick the 'fake'. None of them picked Sian. In fact, they couldn't believe it when they were told. She was professional and confident, due mostly to enormous amounts of dedicated practice. Immediately after the programme, she was offered a job as a professional DJ in a top nightclub. So, perhaps it's true that 'practice makes perfect'!