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Learn to Be a DJ

Learn to Be a DJ
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Make your DJ dreams a reality from the comfort of your couch with lifetime access to these 12 online courses. You’ll learn the fundamentals of music production, mixing, building a career as a DJ and more. Save 96% in The Awesomer Shop.

Chinese Man: Step Back

Chinese Man: Step Back

Directors Fred & Annabelle created of the most slickest music videos we’ve seen in a while. Thousands of nondescript characters face off at a city intersection, while DJ Chinese Man keeps the beat going from the tallest amp stack we’ve ever seen. From the album Shikantaza.

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The Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra

The Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra

To celebrate the 67th anniversary of the first LP sold in Japan, Panasonic gathered 30 of the world’s best DJs to perform composer Felix Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64, which was in the first commercial LP record ever sold.

NPR: DJ Premiere & The Badder Band

NPR: DJ Premiere & The Badder Band

(PG-13: Language) NPR Tiny Desk Concert chose the perfect guest for its first DJ set. DJ Premiere and his live musicians The Badder Band performed some of the producer’s best hits, including tracks from KRS-One, his buddy Royce Da 5’9″ and of course Gang Starr.

Michael, The Weeknd & Phil

Michael, The Weeknd & Phil

(PG-13: Language) Zveki put together this fantastic mashup of music from Phil Collins, Michael Jackson, and The Weeknd. The track blends together Starboy, In the Air Tonight, and They Don’t Care About Us, resulting in They Don’t Care About the Starboy in the Air.

DJ Brace Spins Some Magic

DJ Brace Spins Some Magic

A fantastic performance by DJ Brace as he shows off his dexterity and timing between his twin turntables and mixing board. These days, the discs control digital sounds instead of analog ones – but he’s still got mad skills.

DJ Pizza Box

DJ Pizza Box

As a promotional stunt, Pizza Hut UK worked with printed electronics outfit Novalia to create a unique cardboard pizza box, which can be used to control smartphone DJ apps via Bluetooth. We wonder if it still works if you got cheese and tomato sauce on it.

Tape Deck Scratching

Tape Deck Scratching

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?

DJ Tears It up

DJ Tears It up

DJ VEKKED puts today’s all-digital DJs to shame, spinning, scratching and fading his sounds the old school way, with a pair of turntables and a mixer. He’s still controlling digital samples, but with serious analog skills.

Tha TrickaZ: Pushing More Buttons

Tha TrickaZ: Pushing More Buttons

(PG-13 Lyrics) An impressive live performance by the digital remix duo of Tha TrickaZ, loaded with iconic audio samples from music, TV shows, and movies. See if you can name all the tracks. We love that they snuck the Robocop theme in.

Emulator ELITE DJ Controller

Emulator ELITE DJ Controller
$15,500  Buy Link Comment

Smithson Martin’s limited edition Emulator ELITE is an all-in-one digital DJ system with a large see-through touchscreen, on-board Mac Mini, Lumen 3000 Projector and Motu 4-pre sound card, providing an instant kit for pro DJs.

Pacemaker for iPad

Pacemaker for iPad
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Pacemaker is a DJ app for the iPad designed to be easy to use. It lets you mix your iTunes songs, and it can access tracks in Spotify as well. By our estimate that gives you around 5.3 bajillion song combinations.

Pepperdecks Djoclate II

Pepperdecks Djoclate II
$55+  Pledge Comment

With 2 inputs, 1 output, 2 full-size faders, bass kill switches and the newly added Bluetooth accessibility and monitor function, the pocket-sized Djoclate II music mixer could easily get your next party started.

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The DJ Strikes Back

The DJ Strikes Back

DJ Scratch Bastard tears up the turntables at Scribble Jam a few years back, perfectly mixing in Star Wars sounds with his performance. Stick around for the truly Imperial finish.

Philips DJ Dock

Philips DJ Dock
~$470  Buy Link Comment

An imposing speaker dock for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The FWP3200D has two turntable docks, 300W speakers, a USB port, 3.5mm in and out and two mic sockets. Mini speaker version too.

AraabMUZIK Speed Test

AraabMUZIK Speed Test

We already knew that he had fast fingers, but here we get to see just how speedy AraabMUZIK’s digits are. The guys at eMusic put him to the test, setting off lights with his fingers – with impressive results.

Fast Finger Dubstep

Fast Finger Dubstep

Producer/DJ raabMUZIK shows off his insane finger skills in this live dubstep performance. One Youtube commenter summed it up best: “this guy does a better Skrillex than Skrillex.”

AIAIAI TMA-1 Fool’s Gold

AIAIAI TMA-1 Fool’s Gold
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A limited edition of the TMA-1 DJ headphones made with the help of hip hop and electronic label Fool’s Gold. It has an angled stereo plug and a cable lock so you stay connected while mixing beats.

ZHM (Music Video)

ZHM (Music Video)

(NSFW?) This video is for French DJ duo Mustard Pimp’s new single ZHMbut we’re thinking it should be called WTF. Here’s a hint: yeah that’s a puppet, but it isn’t being controlled with a hand.

DJ Kittens

DJ Kittens

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.

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Pop Culture

Pop Culture

Ease into the day with this live mashup of dance tunes, made by the extremely talented Madeon. We’re impressed that this 17 year-old can remember all the right buttons to push. (Thanks Adam!)

Numark Red Wave Headphones

Numark Red Wave Headphones
$82  Buy Comment

Designed “by DJs for DJs,” Red Wave headphones were made to sound great and look great. They’re powered by big 50mm neodymium drivers, and have swivel earcups for monitoring house audio.

Scomber Mix Table

Scomber Mix Table
$2300  Buy Comment

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.

Pioneer DJ Headphones

Pioneer DJ Headphones

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 36Ω.

DJ Kitty

DJ Kitty

It’s time to step aside Keyboard Cat and Turntable Dog. DJ Kitty is here, clawing and scratching his way through some hot tracks on his platter. Yeah, we know that’s a DJ Hero controller.

AIAIAI TMA-1 DJ Headphones

AIAIAI TMA-1 DJ Headphones
$200  Buy Comment

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.

DJ Pad of the Future

DJ Pad of the Future

Future DJ Heroes will groove on Pablo Martin’s Emulator multitouch MIDI controller software built for tablet PCs, in this example being used on a multitouch screen called Töken. (Thanks James!)

Baby Decks DJ iPad App

Baby Decks DJ iPad App
$25  Buy Comment

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.

4-Year Old DJ Jack

4-Year Old DJ Jack

Watch little Jack Gumbleton mess around with an AKAI APC40 controller, effortlessly transitioning and dropping wicked beats. Sure, the controller and software help, but the boy sure has rhythm.

Korg Monotron

Korg Monotron
~$67  Buy Comment

Available 5/2010: Korg’s Monotron is a pocketable Analogue Ribbon Synth that runs on two AAA batteries yet is a fully featured with VCO, VCF, and LFO controls and a ribbon keyboard.

Pioneer DJM-2000

Pioneer DJM-2000
~$3,000  Buy Comment

Pioneer’s DJM-2000 is a professional mixer with an industry-first 5.8″ color multi-touch screen which allows for virtual assignable triggers and faders; it’ll be available for $3k June 2010.

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