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Do You Like Scratchin - DJ History - History Of The Hip Hop DJ Volume 1 (CDr)

Download Do You Like Scratchin - DJ History - History Of The Hip Hop DJ Volume 1 (CDr)

Label: Hip Hop History Series - 004 • Format: CDr • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Cut-up/DJ


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  1. Shaktijin   Kazramuro
    Scratching was developed by early hip-hop DJs from New York such as Grand Wizard Theodore, who describes scratching as, “nothing but the back-cueing that you hear in your ear before you push it [the recorded sound] out to the crowd” Jamaican-born DJ Kool Herc also influenced the early development of scratching.
  2. Mooguzil   Gagul
    Scratching, sometimes referred to as scrubbing, is a DJ and turntablist technique of moving a vinyl record back and forth on a turntable to produce percussive or rhythmic sounds. A crossfader on a DJ mixer may be used to fade between two records simultaneously. While scratching is most associated with hip hop music, where it emerged in the mids, from the s it has been used in some .
  3. Dular   Golar
    DJ History's History of the Hip Hop DJ Vol. 3 — CD (Hip Hop History Series/) Hip Hop Slam's ONLINE SHOP is extremely lucky to get a very limited number (only 20 sets) of for-sale copies of the 3 CD set of DJ History's History of the Hip Hop DJ, Vols. 1, 2, 3—the historic compilation set that Doug Pray (director of Scratch) included in his "Best of " list and which he said, "Should.
  4. Samujind   Dalabar
    Sep 24,  · In , Bomb Hip-Hop released The Return of The DJ, a compilation that paid homage to the DJ tracks of old. Around the same time, local radio DJ and writer Billy Jam set up .
  5. Micage   Zulutaur
    Mar 06,  · A Primer on Hip-Hop DJs. As rap evolved in the s, so did Djing (or deejaying). DJs (disc jockeys) like Clive Campbell loved to please their audiences. Knowing which records would fill the dance floor and which techniques wowed the most were critical the success of a party.
  6. Faunris   Faem
    J Scratch’s unique, signature style combines an eclectic mix of rock influence, hip hop, and crossover mainstream. The result is an unparalleled, dynamic sound, and smooth style that makes him one of the most sought after dj’s in the nation.
  7. Kigataur   Doukazahn
    DJ Scratch is on Mixcloud. Listen for free to their radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts History. Play all. DJ Scratch - Showcase Mix by worda aka digitsoulman. 3, 9y ago #old school hip hop +2. DJ Scratch - Live in Brooklyn May by.
  8. Mezihn   Kazijora
    George Spivey, professionally known as DJ Scratch, is an American three-time Grammy-nominated hip hop disc jockey and multi-platinum record producer from Brooklyn, New York. DJ Scratch is the New Music Seminar Battle For World Supremacy DJ champion, the Master of the Mix winner and the , & Global Spin Awards' "Turntablist Of The Year". 19 albums produced by DJ Scratch .
  9. Nehn   Kazrazragore
    Aug 12,  · That was my first introduction to in-the-street, hip hop DJing." DJ Kool Herc was an influence on other hip hop pioneers such as Afrika Bambaataa and Grandmaster Flash. Despite DJ Kool Herc’s contributions to hip hop music and culture, he never received commercial success because his work was never recorded.

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