Attend a VibrA DJ school?
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    Schreiberie Meister Afterhour Ali's Avatar
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    Default Attend a VibrA DJ school?

    I just noticed there is a VibrA DJ school 2km away from my new home (and even the only DJ flea market in Germany woohoo~).

    Since I used CD-Players and MIDI-Controllers since day 1 of my "career" I never really got into using turntables and learning all the techniques.

    The price is 70€ a month for 4 lessons a month (each 45 minutes).

    There are different courses from beginners to professional Djing. Each course has 3-4 participants.

    Does anyone have experience with such schools?
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    can't help you with your question, but i'm really curious to know where the dj fleamarket is in germany!

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    Schreiberie Meister Afterhour Ali's Avatar
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    It's in Münster hosted by Elevator, which also has a shop there.
    I will attend it for the first time next weekend.

    If anyone of you needs something I could look out (and maybe even buy it) for you.

    Or we coold meet there
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    you should check it out. it is always a good idea to catch a course or 2 and develop some good habits. especially since it looks fairly inexpensive. do some google searches and see what people are saying about that school.

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    I'm actually attending one of these here in the south, I just felt that all-digital is nice but I wanted to be able to handle TTs/CDJs *properly* as well, and get some of the music theory (music structure, song keys etc) and connections to the other DJs in town. For that it works fine, it is VERY in-depth (which I love) however I've heard that the quality can depend on the place/city. I'd just call them up and ask them for a test-hour, then bring your questions and expectations to the table.... and have some fun
    A word of warning though: it's addictive. I eventually bought two TT and now play either VCI-only or TT-VCI-mixed and it's a lot of fun

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