At the heart of our approach is teaching young people how to work as DJs. Because being a good DJ is not about going out clubbing. The best DJs and artists know how to research, think critically, apply mathematical concepts and engage the creative and analytic portions of their brains. These are skills creative young people can use in the DJ booth, in the classroom and in the business world.
- Music: Music history, basic music theory, tracing the evolution of musical genres
- Technology: CDJ turntable, controllers, software options and how to use DJ programs on laptops, how to incorporate music in digital and analog forms
- Technique: How to build a vinyl collection and a music library, now to mix and blend songs, match beats and genres
- Different levels: Classes for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels