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Turntablism 101: Mixing, Scratching, Beat Juggling & History

Learn the Techniques & History of the DJ :: Learn the Art of Turntablism using the Turntablist Transcription Methodology
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 17h 48m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Turntablism 101 is a 17 hour DJ course taught by NYC’s multi-award winning artist, Dj Raedawn, who is the inventor of skratch notation and BPM geometry. This course features a wide range of subjects such as Mixing, Skratching, Beat Juggling, Turntablism History, Music Business and Skratch notation. Recorded live in Cartagena, Colombia  as a part of the US Department of State’s Next Level international Hip-Hop education program, the course is dictated by Raedawn in the English language with Spanish interpreter in the classroom. Both beginners and advanced DJ’s can learn a great deal from this course in that it offers a vast amount of knowledge about the art of Turntablism as well as skratch music literacy using the Turntablist Transcription Methodology. Supplemental course materials are provided in the form of unique downloads, rare links and animated tutorials. Students who take the course also have the option to take a set of multiple choice quizzes and practice tests. Welcome to the world of Turntablism!
If you have any questions about this course, or concepts, techniques and music theory found within it, you can always contact us at our free DJ school websites such as Youtube dot com/TTMacademy and Facebook dot com/TTMacademy. These two sites are great resources for those whom are interested in taking the DJ studies further. We have over 400 tutorials and informational videos on our youtube and dozens of extra lectures on our facebook.

You will learn

✓ Students will learn how to mix, scratch, drum, trick mix, backspin and beat juggle. Those whom complete the course will also learn about the history of djing as well as theories, music business & technology. Students will also learn skratch notation using the Turntablist Transcription Methodology.


• There are no prerequisites for this course. Students must either speak English or Spanish.

This course is for

• Anyone who wishes to learn about the art of the DJ may take our course.
Professor of Turntablist Science and Theory / Polymath / DJ
Platform: Udemy
Video: 17h 48m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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