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<< REAL DJS CAN SCRATCH ! >>

Hey there.......I got my first Technics SL1200 MKII in 1992 as a X-Max gift from my parents. I think they partly regretted it more than once, as from this day on I had nothing more in my head anymore than my beloved Decks and tons of music routines. ;o)

I started with electronic music as Techno was starting to become something big in these times and myself was also totally in love with the electronic music scene. However, after a while ( I think 1997 or so)
and with increasing skillz, I got a kind of bored and started to turn myself to the Turntablism scene.
I was totally fascinated what you really can do with just a 2 chan Mixer and 2 turntables. Turntablism was and also is my big love besides Techno & House Music.
From the point the new pieces of electronics for DJs became really stable, I started seeing more creative possibilities as sbefore also in the Techno space I started with. I bought Stantons FINAL SCRATCH 2 with Traktor and timecode vinyls and was amazed knewing this will be a big game changer. Nowadys <I know that it was even bigger than I thought in the first place.

This year it´s 25 years since I started Djing and I´m still,or if possible even more in love witth the whole thing and scene than 25 years ago.

The one thing that kind of annoys me in the "modern" times is that everyone thinks he´s a DJ when syncing to tracks to another and I don´t care if they´re using a sync button or their ears.
It takes way more to be a DJ. If you don´t have a sense of harmony, cadence and a good understanding of music itself, you can sync as many tracks as you want and perform at or on whatever events, but you´ll never be a true DJ in my eyes. That´s it so far. I´ll posting updates continuously, sometimes more, sometimes less.

I hope everyone enjoys my content. I you do leave a like or comment.
Much appreciated! If you want to get in contact just let me know using the contact

Big THANKS to the ORFIUM guys Chris Mohoney & Drew Delis and of course everyone else that was and is involved. I believe that ORFIUM will be here for a very long time just as my turntables. ;o)

Best Greetz from Germany!
sCoRE

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<< REAL DJS CAN SCRATCH ! >>

Hey there.......I got my first Technics SL1200 MKII in 1992 as a X-Max gift from my parents. I think they partly regretted it more than once, as from this day on I had nothing more in my head anymore than my beloved Decks and tons of music routines. ;o)

I started with electronic music as Techno was starting to become something big in these times and myself was also totally in love with the electronic music scene. However, after a while ( I think 1997 or so)
and with increasing skillz, I got a kind of bored and started to turn myself to the Turntablism scene.
I was totally fascinated what you really can do with just a 2 chan Mixer and 2 turntables. Turntablism was and also is my big love besides Techno & House Music.
From the point the new pieces of electronics for DJs became really stable, I started seeing more creative possibilities as sbefore also in the Techno space I started with. I bought Stantons FINAL SCRATCH 2 with Traktor and timecode vinyls and was amazed knewing this will be a big game changer. Nowadys <I know that it was even bigger than I thought in the first place.

This year it´s 25 years since I started Djing and I´m still,or if possible even more in love witth the whole thing and scene than 25 years ago.

The one thing that kind of annoys me in the "modern" times is that everyone thinks he´s a DJ when syncing to tracks to another and I don´t care if they´re using a sync button or their ears.
It takes way more to be a DJ. If you don´t have a sense of harmony, cadence and a good understanding of music itself, you can sync as many tracks as you want and perform at or on whatever events, but you´ll never be a true DJ in my eyes. That´s it so far. I´ll posting updates continuously, sometimes more, sometimes less.

I hope everyone enjoys my content. I you do leave a like or comment.
Much appreciated! If you want to get in contact just let me know using the contact

Big THANKS to the ORFIUM guys Chris Mohoney & Drew Delis and of course everyone else that was and is involved. I believe that ORFIUM will be here for a very long time just as my turntables. ;o)

Best Greetz from Germany!
sCoRE

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