Want to come behind the scenes and take a look at what it looks like inside our Scratching For Controller DJs course? I dragged chief tutor Steve Canueto away from his work welcoming all the new students who've joined us for the 2016 edition of the course, and got him to make a quick video showing you "behind the scenes".
Huge news today: The full Scratching For Controller DJs online interactive video course has just this second gone on sale. This is the first and only time you'll be able to get this in 2016, and places are limited, so don't hang around; read on to find out how you could take a place on this unique and industry leading training course.
In just a few weeks we'll be bringing you hours of FREE scratch video training right here, and after that we'll open our hugely popular Scratching For Controller DJs video training course will open again for its annual registration of a strictly limited number of students.
As many of you will unfortunately be only too aware, there’s a whole army of haters out there, continually bashing digital DJs and controllerists because they don’t use vinyl or didn’t “come from” vinyl. And nowhere is this more true than among a certain section of scratch DJs.
It’s time to confess to something. When we were saying last week that we knew it was possible to learn advanced scratching techniques on DJ controllers, we weren’t making it up. Far from it.
Today we’d like to introduce you to Simmo J, a guy who just over a year ago had never DJed in his life, and yet incredibly now he is both an accomplished DJ and scratch talent.
In this short video, Digital DJ Tips scratch tutor, the man behind our Scratching For Controller DJs course, Steve Canueto explains how to set up a Pioneer DDJ-SX for scratching.