Vinyl comes in all speeds and sizes, and while the numbers 7, 10, 12, 33, 45, and 78 are still popular, what about 16? Do you remember it? I do vaguely.
Jon1st visits DJWORX Europe, AKA Ray’s new space in Warsaw, and throws down on the Rane Sixty-Four. Enjoy!
Ever pulled out the wrong plug? Or simply have no idea what it’s for? Yeah me too. Try this — labelling up your plugs may seem basic, but it’s a lifesaver.
33 and 45rpm are absolutely necessary for turntables. But what if we thought outside those for controllers? What if one jog wheel rotation was four beats?
The Worxlab has become weighed down with years of DJ gear that really is surplus to requirements. So snag a bargain, and help us build a better site.
You think making DJ gear is easy? Check out this definitive guide from Craig Reeves, that covers each step from initial idea to getting into your hands.
12 years ago today, skratchworx uttered its first words. Against the odds, we’re still here and ready to open our pressies. You did get us something right?
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.
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?