June 06, 2012
You may be familiar with the cliche of the Wedding DJ who's set up consists of odd colored milk crates supporting a mixing board with a tangle of wires spilling over and tattered speakers of unknown origin. The DJ stands motionless behind his system, headphone glued to his ear while onlookers wonder what is going on back there.
In Orange County, California, one DJ is determined to change how the public thinks of Disc Jockeys. DJ Craig has found a way to interact with his audience with the use of a giant, transparent touchscreen that acts as player, mixer and light show. According to Craig, this new, colorful, interactive "light table" puts the music and DJ front and center where they belong. Since the screen is visible from anywhere in the room, everyone can experience seeing songs get played, remixed and revamped...DJ Craig thinks that the Touchscreen DJ may revolutionize the way all Disc Jockeys work from now on. Craig says, "If you're not 'seeing the music', you're missing half of the fun!" No longer will party goers have to squint to make out the dimly lit outline of an anonymous DJ with his head buried in a computer laptop. Previously, all you could see was the DJ's face while he worked. Now you can actually watch the music change as well as hear it.
The Matrix is unlike any other DJ system available today. So far, the reaction to this new technology has been encouraging. "People's eyes light up when they see the screen, they usually say that they've never seen anything like it before," Craig claims. Watching the DJ create while they continue to move on the dance floor adds a new element to celebrating. If this new touchscreen catches on it could just change the way all DJs perform at weddings, parties and corporate events.
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