DJ Woody posted a clever video this week where he mounted a camera onto the center a of scratch record and then went to town for a quick minute-long session. It’s a pretty awesome point-of-view – quick flashes of Woody’s hands on the mixer and on the crossfader. It’s a bit disorienting, but still fun […]
Almost any DJ has the tools to perform with video, especially with well-developed software like vjay, Serato Video, MixEmergency, and recently Cross all streamlining the process. But not that many take on the challenge of video DJing, and even fewer do it in a unique way, instead sticking to mixing from one music video to the next. DJ Woody, one of the most prolific visual turntablists, made the transition back in 2010. Learn about his switch from DJing to VJing, and read his tips for new visual jockeys in this interview.
DJ Woody cue point juggling with the rare-yet-powerful Vestax Controller One turntable