Together with Native Instruments, Jared Helfer ran a panel to shed light on the process of how DJ gear is designed, marketed, and sold. Watch the video.
Some of us are back home, and others are on planes. But team DJWORX is getting back to work post BPM 2015. In the meantime, here’s some pretty pictures.
Ever wondered how DJ gear is made? We’ll shed some light as we team up with Native Instruments to discuss this very subject in our BPM 2015 seminar.
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?
DJ Rasp applies his considerable skills to taming Pioneer DJ gear with algoriddim’s djay Pro and the sounds of A. Skillz’s “Drop the Funk” in The Worxlab.
Leading UK retailer DV247 is hosting an event showing next level production and DJ gear. And as well as famous worthy people, I’ll be there with stickers, chatting about why old is cool again.
While DJing is our passion, we also do other things. Take our own Dan Morse for example — he’s started Press To Jump, a site about gaming culture.
NAMM 2015 starts next week. And the sneak peeks we’ve had tell us it’s going to be a biggie for gear geeks. We’ll be there in force bringing it all to you.
We get it — sometimes a comment gets left that just brings out the red mist, and before you know it, you’ve called out someone with a string of full caps insults and added nothing to the discussion. We’re asking you to stop and think about what you’re typing in. This is the time of the quality DJWORX contributor.
2014 is almost at and end, so we of course look back over the year in which turntables became a thing all over again, companies fed their PR departments on steroids, and some old names fell while others were reborn. Five writers and five different opinions — pull up a chair, grab a brew, and dig into the DJWORX 2014 inquest.