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Published On: Mon, Aug 3rd, 2020

What are Strobe Lights Used for at a Rave?

Everyone needs to let loose every now and then!

When things get stressful or overwhelming, we just need to let our hair dance and dance the night away.

There is no better place to do this than at a rave. In recent years especially, raves have become meeting points for like-minded individuals who all want to forget about the worries of the world, listen to music that can put them in a trance.

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But it is not just the music that sets the scene for making raves so special. In fact, creating the ultimate rave is all about collaboration around the various elements working.

Part of what makes raves so magical are rave lights.

To really drive home the point that strobe lights are essential to creating a magical rave experience, here are five ways they are used.

  1.     Rave lights create a visual experience

To really set the scene, strobe lights create a unique ambiance that puts people in the mood to party! When the lighting is used correctly, it can create a sense of excitement that makes people want to get out on the dance floor and bust some moves! What’s more, strobe lights just look really cool and can utilize lots of colors. This means that there is a range of visual experiences raves can create for party-goers!

  1.     Rave lights support the DJ

One of the best parts of strobe lights is that they can get synched up to the DJ’s music throughout the night. The strobe lights can match the pace of the beat and act as cues for what party-goers can experience from the music. Rave lights help the DJ get into the groove of the music and helps ensure they put on a great performance all night long

  1.     Rave lights provide dance cues

Because rave lights are matched to the beat of the music, they provide great dance cues for party-goers. Rave lights are often synched up to a particular song and give cues as to when dancers should really start to bust a move.

  1.     Rave lights act as a spotlight

A great part of strobe lights is that they are easily operated. This means that the rave lights can also act as a spotlight. Rather than be on the DJ who is busting out the tunes, a VIP rave member, or just a random audience member who is really getting into the groove. Raves are often dark, so the lights act as a way to really highlight something important!

  1.     Rave lights help create special effects

Because of the way that strobe lights are designed, they can also function as a fog machine as well—adding a special layer of rave magic to the room. This not only boosts the atmosphere but creates a layer of privacy for party goers to truly dance in a safe spot and not worry about all eyes being on them. Everyone loves a little bit of mystique!

And then, of course, there is one of the most basic aspects of all. And that is that rave lights act as an actual source of light for the club itself. This is a crucial part of any health and safety for any club or gets together. Strobe lights ensure that the venue is properly lit without diminishing on any of the fun or vibe of the rave itself!

So, how are strobe lights used for raves? Well, to answer it bluntly—they are an essential part of any rave! They help hype up the DJ, create an incredible party atmosphere, encourage people to dance, and highlight any exciting happenings in the rave itself! 

Author: Jacob Maslow

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