How to be a DJ
A stylish and accessible guide to the world of deejaying. All you need is some decks, a mixer, cool "choons" and you're ready to go. With technical and style advice, you'll find out exactly what equipment you need and whether those optional extras are really necessary. A step by step guide to mixing and scratching and more on the CD/vinyl debate enables you to hone those deejaying skills to perfection. Also contains advice and FAQs for first-time DJs on that big night and lots of hot tips from some big names in the clubbing world, including Danny Rampling.
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- Paperback | 160 pages
- 110 x 192 x 10mm | 158.76g
- 01 Aug 2002
- Penguin Books Ltd
- Puffin Books
- London, United Kingdom
- b&w illustrations, glossary, index
Table of contents
So, you wanna be a DJ?; thank you for the music; the technical bit; it's all in the mix; your scratching arsenal; let's get this party started; it's show time.
About Janet Hoggarth
Janet Hoggarth is a pop culture author who has written and edited many books for young adults, among them Sweethearts and Girl Band. She and her partner are both experienced DJs who play frequently at club nights and venues in London.