Scratch loopers generally reside in the world of Flash. But Daniel Hulth’s Tablebeats app put a wide range of scratch beats right in your pocket.
Obviously we love gear, but it’s useless without skills. And Fong Fong and Mart-One bring the skills in droves. Watch them share a turntable.
In a week where we posted about a fader in a box, here’s a demo of a fader in an impossibly tiny box. Behold DJ RelyT’s Frisk Fader demo.
There are scratch videos, and then there is B.Two’s Game of Death video. Shot in a Buddhist temple, it raises the bar considerably.
With the IDA World final just one week away, DJ Tigerstyle has applied his considerable skills to the promo video and made something way cooler.
Getting the week started right is this video from JFB and DJ Angelo. Nothing gear related — just some good old fashioned funky scratch skills.
Need some seminal scratch music? Dave Paul from Bomb Hip Hop just posted all seven Return of the DJ albums as a free download.
You might like to think that Serato and Traktor have the DVS game sewn up between them. But Atomix isn’t having any of that, and is pitching VirtualDJ 8 as a solid DVS alternative. The twist is that you can use pretty much any DVS capable hardware and timecode vinyl, and Atomix would love for you to try it out.
We want to make videos, so here’s one for your viewing pleasure. We perhaps peaked too soon when we got the new DMC world champion Mr Switch in to perform his winning set. Here’s the full 6 minute (plus outtakes) DMC set shot from every angle possible. Enjoy.
What happens when supreme turntablist talent is thrown at a stack of Pioneer DJ technology? This session for the DJ Sounds Radio Show is what. See Tony Vegas and and Prime Cuts aka The Scratch Perverts take a journey through old school hip hop and more on CDJs and the new PLX-1000 turntables.