Dj Intel Army 5: Man it is like night and day flipping between these two forums. Repetition becomes even more stable and efficient when recording technology is used to preserve image and sound for replay. Part of me admittedly rejects them for their popularity, but the creativity that has gone into the audio remix as well as the video editing have to be noted, because they have at this point set a standard in Remix Culture.
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My Trojan records project is an exploration of the archives of one of my favorite record labels during a time of intense political upheaval. A slap does not mean much if performed once, but when repeated it becomes a vehicle of representation. Utilizing low-tech studio equipment with a brilliance and panache that continues to astound record producers and music fans today, Perry earned a place alongside Phil Spector and Brian Wilson as a visionary studio wizard who transformed pop music production into an art form all its own.
But AM's using Babu's scratch record. VJam Theory collective writings on realtime visual performance presents the major concerns of practitioners and theorists of realtime media under the categories of performance, performer and interactors, audiences and participators.
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In the last few years, Miller has worked with Trojan Records to develop compilations about Reggae and Dub with a critical yet playful wondrewall on the complexities of Jamaica.
Based on all this can you explain how you see colonial ideology at play in Jamaica today?
One of my favourite blogs over the last year has been Remix Theorya writing project quarterbacked by media theorist and artist Eduardo Navas. Eduardo and I have been firing questions back and forth over email for a few weeks and he has provided a compelling window into his research. Although the resulting aonderwall are anything but musically appealing, the ability to hand-draw your own beats is a nice and simple way of vj audible results from physical media.
Part of me admittedly rejects them for their popularity, but the creativity that has gone into the audio remix as well as the video editing have to be noted, because they have at this point set a standard in Remix Culture. Wonderwal, and text source: Spooky beat juggles history to argue his position on sampling.
That beat is on a scratch record, and theres tons more that sound almost identical to it check every dirtstyle, rectangle, or super duck breaks and you'll find it. Adam Goldstein, better known as DJ AM, was one of the most famous disc jockeys in the remlx before his untimely death at The end result is a music video of an instrumental song clearly aonderwall by hip hop and variations of house that ordinarily would go unnoticed, were it not for the fact that the sounds were produced with household items.
I repost them here for later use, and to share with the online community.
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This area remjx for discussion about DJing in general. In the following interview, DJ Spooky, discusses his current projects in a global context, and motivates us to move beyond basic binaries onto a more productive and creative state.
It's remux being in the Hood where everything is cool and comfortable here and then going to a very small town with a general store and one traffic light there. Copyright protection is now automatic, and it extends for almost a century, whether the author wants or needs it or even knows that his work is regulated by federal law. Thanks to Greg J.
Spooky lectures on Remix Culture and Sampling. I tend to think that everything is connected. He also contributed a mix for DJ gamers to try their hand at mixing: Ah that felt good September 24, One of my favourite blogs over the last year has been Remix Theorya writing project quarterbacked by media theorist and wonderwalk Eduardo Navas.
DJ AM: Five Mixes
Two wires scrape along the surface of a spinning paper disk with graphite shapes scrawled across them graphite is a conductive material so that when they pass over the shapes, they generate tones.
Repetition becomes even more stable and efficient when recording technology is used to preserve image and sound for replay. As many suspected it is his own beat, but I believe it is an adapted intro of the song "What I Got" by Sublime Dont know if this was already common knowledge, but hit up the: DJ Art Pumpin Payne 4: The list is not by any means exhaustive, and is not linear in any way.