If you thought that scratching tracks on turntables was old school, check out this 1991 footage of Latvian DJ Modris “Mr. Tape” Skaistkalns mixing tracks using a pair of tape decks as his medium. So when is reel-to-reel going to become a hipster trend?
Where it’s at, they’ve got two turntables and a microphone – and three orange tabby kittens who apparently have latent dj talent. We’re canine lovers but let’s face it – dogs couldn’t do this.
The sleek Hoerboard Scomber Mix Table has a CNC-designed MDF top deck that’s customizable and is fixed to a lasercut powder-coated steel base; all power cables are invisibly integrated too.
Stylish DJs who want a little flash while mixing beats might like these gold colored HDJ-1000 headphones from Pioneer; they’ve got a frequency range of 5Hz to 30kHz and impendance of 36Î©.
Sporting an “iconic, utilitarian and seductive” design, Aiaiai TMA-1 DJ headphones are the product of extensive research and collaboration with professional DJs and musicians.
Mix and scratch with Async’s Baby Decks for the iPad, with cross-fade, pitch adjust, transformer buttons, and the ability to upload tracks. Add a sound system and you’re ready to party.