I love technology. Tho I have to admit when it comes to DJing I much prefer vinyl vs. the digital set up (probably because I’m not trying to be a working DJ and just do it to do it), but this projection mapping onto turntables takes things to a new level. Ridiculousness I can appreciate. Basically it’s a user interface for Serato Scratch Live that is vinyl rotation reactive, as well as sound reactive and makes it possible to mix using Serato without having to look at your computer screen whatsoever. Insert joke here. Seriously though, not that this’ll ever be put to use in a working club environment, but it could be a springboard for practical use.
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