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    Default Controllerism Videos- One explains the VCI-100 SE

    Here are some videos that have popped up around the net.

    one, a better quality rip of the Vestax extravaganza performance:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTgkW...eature=related

    two, me (completely exhausted at musik messe) explaining the vci-100SE
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBX-d...eature=related


    three, Unkut and I doing some freestyle turntablism + controllerism: :eek:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngmtC...eature=related

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    Great videos, hopefully you can explain in detail when your version comes out what exactly your doing in your performance and what your hearing while your playing.
    Thank Ya!!!

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    Dude, you are really tired in the one video!

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    dude those are some bad ass videos keep them coming. We need more people putting out controllerism videos.

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    yeah get that man a red bull!!!!! tell me about it. You have no idea how exhausting it is to walk around a giant convention center for 4 days. :eek:

    on a side note- I just want to say I have been really enjoying the forums. They are fun.

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    dude i felt bad for you. you serously should have got a headset.

    you should have vestax have a hot red bull girl follow you around and give you red bulls when ever you want at conventions

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    Nice videos !

    Atleast on the forums you dont need to walk around

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    Ean, these forums are great. The one thing that gets me about beat juggling though is does it really translate to the dance floor? Especially routines like the first video... care to discuss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deviant_Tech View Post
    Ean, these forums are great. The one thing that gets me about beat juggling though is does it really translate to the dance floor? Especially routines like the first video... care to discuss?
    It was a showpiece. The same can be said of turntableist displays of technical skill, hardly bootie shakers. Hardly even rhythmical in many cases.

    Actually, in the same way many of the modern breakdancers are choosing IDM and Electronica to dance to these days, I'd love to see a turntableist display using some more "out there" Aphex Twin or Autechre tracks. I mean, how could you tell where the scratching ends and the track starts, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatlimey View Post
    I'd love to see a turntableist display using some more "out there" Aphex Twin or Autechre tracks. I mean, how could you tell where the scratching ends and the track starts, eh?
    oh yeh. some squarepusher etc that would be mad!
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