How to DJ Hip-Hop : How to Do the Transformers Scratching Technique

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Do the transformers scratching technique when mixing hip-hop on a turntable; learn how with tips from our professional disc jockey in this free hip-hop DJ techniques video.

Expert: Dj Colione
Contact: www.djcolione.com
Bio: Dj Colione has been Djing professionally for over 6 years. He plays predominantly hip hop, top 40, R&B, funk & soul, 80s, and disco.
Filmmaker: Cole Walliser

Comments

McNamaraJock says:

use the transfomer scratch with dubstep music in the backgroun 🙂

tonyradman999 says:

yo man did you ever find out what record matey was using in the video, How
to DJ Hip-Hop : How to Do the Transformers Scratching Technique. it would
be wicked if you helped me out on my little quest dude thanks !!

Doktorman says:

It is Stanton SK 2F, isn’t it? I got the same mixer 😛

rocka156 says:

Dude sounds like he’s just now hitting puberty. Lol.

dawsonkidtko says:

Welcome to the internet, needledick!

BruvaBob says:

@connorJdio why dont you do what we had to do in the 80’s……. find out
for yourself mate. we didn’t have all this training videos and people to
ask we learnt through trial and error, which then breads creativity – the
most important skill to have as a dj

Dmller11 says:

For the scratch record you can use anything. Google: DJ Tools. Those are
usually scratch records (records with just little sound beats meant for
scratching.) For the beat record, buy something with an instrumental, that
is the beat without the words.

seth says:

Only good expertvillage videos are DJ ones.

Charlie Kroy says:

you are my mental online mentor I am a female breaking into the game making
the transition from a stripper in the strip club. Talking about challenge.
I’m down! I like your tutorial, very comprehensive. I am battling a DJ who
currently works there (I am a Dancer at the club) On Aug 7. So I am in the
lab hard. Remind you, I just started DJing two months ago. But I am
unstoppable. Check me out. Shalom

dabestmusic says:

I’ve been looking for a basic beat does anyone know where to download that
beat, or maybe and different one

individorig says:

@ambroom lmao

Tripzruzh says:

yes

doctor3639 says:

@luix19tc he isnt moving the fader all the way across, he’s going from the
side to the middle, so that the other track isnt affected, thats why you
put your thumb or finger there.

N3o724 says:

HE IS USING TECHNICS 1200S BRO WIT A 2 CHANNEL SK MIXER…ITS VERY EXPENSIVE

NeroNemo says:

dj colione, you’re hot. oh also my role model

behavegazza says:

does anyone know where to get the records like that lol

Hugh Jass says:

so…when does it transform? theres still 2 decks and whackness all around

TheGreeny38 says:

does anyone know what the song is i love this. thanks

cipo aight says:

mmm warning man…don’t come in italy with this name…colione is not a
good thing… is like ball of dick… 😛

iluvrandomnames says:

yep. one turntable scratches and the other one is playing music

HuntedHouseMusic says:

Checkout my vid…

Lord Zuke says:

1:25

ZHUPALI says:

GO TO S.U.C.K A HORSE

amenKilla says:

OH MY GOD BE CAREFUL YOUR GONNA BREAK YOUR FADER!! lol knobhead

Mia S says:

Dude this guy is a breaker, a director, and a dj? dayummm.

guitartw95 says:

@djxlexcel turn caps lock off dude.

BRANSCOMBEx says:

umm mine is just a knob in the front of my mixer. turn it all the way to
the left, so when you move your fader to the right just a small bit, it’ll
kick in full. then vice versa.

10sioco says:

when scratching wat sort of vinyls would i buy..wd grum beats and scratch
sounds

djgabo78 says:

@siglerarturo eres mucha reata? has un tutorial tu cabron…. Que no le
entiendas es muy tu pedo.. jajajajajaja no lo tomes a mal paisano

connorJdio says:

im new to djing ( started today ) was wondering what to scratch on should
it be on acappella or on instrumental? any other advice on starting would
be nice as well

Etcher says:

@N3o724 not expensive c. 400 euro each SK One is a particularly
cost-effective mixer, not a bad fader and about 200 euro. Even less if
you’re talking dollars.

BruvaBob says:

@connorJdio So why is it arguably that the best dj’s of all time come from
the 80’s era. I understand what your saying but trial and error have and
always will be the best way to progress forward because it breeds
creativity. Its like being an artist – anyone can be told how to draw or
paint but you either have the natural flair or you dont. I wish you all the
best with your efforts and hope you become what you so want to.

jerhed putman says:

a good role model would be dj qbert, shortkut and ,mixmaster mike. look
them up

joalco3 says:

@BrainSalad212 no he improved it though

BRANSCOMBEx says:

MAKE SURE to change your scope.

FelixTheHouseFreak says:

Wow an expertvillage video that actually wasn’t complete shit!

ZHUPALI says:

this is a F.U.C.K.I.N.G BIG S.H.I.T

dj regz says:

do u want some scratch samples?

SimpleAz says:

ok so you don’t know what a crab scratch is.

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