DJs are just human beings, and despite our protestations, we do care about how our gear looks out of the box. But are you prepared to do something about it?
Do you feel that you can never have enough music? Let’s #TBT an article I wrote a good few years back to remind you what 20,000 tracks really looks like.
We know that some people who are called DJs really aren’t DJs. So why do we continue to give them this name? Dan ponders on calling them performers instead.
I’ve uncovered some gems while cleaning up. These Vestax Extravaganza DVDs hark back to a time before even skratchworx, and can be yours.
A local DJ based social enterprise has reached out for help with a survey about DJ exams. But what do you think about getting formal DJ qualifications?
We’re wrapping up the week with a set that defines DJing — great music, put together with great skill. Kenny Dope nails a 7″ vinyl set on Pioneer PLXs.
Last month via a live webcast, NI’s Chad Carrier demoed the upcoming Stems multitrack format and did a live Q&A. And we have it exclusively on DJWORX.
DJs — look at your DJ gear. Think it’s old rubbish? Time for a trip down not-so-distant memory lane so you can appreciate that you’ve never had it so good.
Another turntable DJ purist meme has come along, and once again non-turntable owners are the target. I offer some alternative takes.
I’m sure we’ve all had to face some bomb sites for DJ booths in our time, but what has been your biggest DJ disaster, and how did you deal with it?