Introduction to Djing – DJ Tutorial – Part 1 – – ProBeatzMaker
Here we have Nick Toth Sydney Dj and Electronic Ensemble teacher at the Australian Institute of Music (AIM) present the first in our new series of DJ Tutorials.In this first episode in the series Nick goes through the basics of the DJ equipment. Please give us feedback on what you would like to see on future episodes and check out our channel http://www.youtube.com/user/AimTvSydney for more tutorial and performances from students and staff from the Australian Institute of Music.
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The Australian Institute of Music (AIM) is more than just a music school!
Here on YouTube and the AIMtv channel, you’ll find a whole bunch of cool videos showing you what we do here at AIM. From music videos to pro tools tutorials, micro-lectures, live performances, events, news, master classes, promotions, studio sessions and course related videos, there’s plenty to watch, and always something new coming up.
AIMtv is our in-house filming production service, a creative platform for capturing video content from students & staff.
To study music at AIM is all about having a fun, professional, academic experience, that helps set you up for a diverse lifelong career in the music industry, from performing to studio work, teaching, publishing, entertainment management, music business and a whole lot more, all connected as part of the AIM learning experience.
The Composition & Music Production Department at AIM provides a professional and dynamic environment for music producers, electronic musicians, composers & songwriters to gain a unique balance of technical & musical skills to take full advantage of opportunities in today’s music industry. Students receive professional industry preparation by being instructed in both production and music & individual tuition. Students also have access to the hundreds of talented musicians on campus and can learn with real musicians in solo or band format, setting them apart from other Production graduates.
– Small classes for composition & music production skills & individual lessons to develop creativity.
– Seminar (presentations on a wide range of professional skills)
– Music Production (developing analytical, technical & listening skills to convert ideas into sound).
– Digital Technology (software for Composition & Music Production) and/or Audio Technology electives.
Our facilities include a fully equipped live performance spaces and Q Studios, our industry quality recording facilities. Our teaching staff is made up of active and successful composers, music producers and engineers with extensive national and international experience.
Thanks to the legend that is Scott Henderson for help with audio. Filmed, edited and produced by Adam St John-Foti for AIMtv the official channel for the Australian Institute of Music (AIM)