(PRWEB) June 11, 2013
DJ Courses Online, a website dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of music mixing and disk jockeying, is now offering open enrollment in its series of online video courses for those seeking instruction on how to DJ.
Structured for beginning DJ students seeking to learn the basics of turntable style, as well as seasoned talents who want to expand their range of knowledge on comprehensive DJ software, DJ Courses Online is an all-encompassing, easy to use platform. The site features HD video tutorials on a vast gamut of techniques and styles, supplemented by intricately illustrated examples that provide a full teaching experience. Courses are laid out in an easy to follow, linear structure that builds upon teachings to ensure an optimal knowledge base for those participating.
“Our goal is to lay the groundwork for how to DJ by providing basic instruction in our first few videos,” says Patrick Felder, Co-Founder of DJ Courses Online. “From there, these basic skills are built upon with more advanced techniques and the student’s knowledge base is expanded so that these skills can be used in collaboration with one another. Throughout the entire video series, students will also be exposed to the most commonly used software applications that DJs use today.”
Software profiled in DJ Courses Online includes noted industry leading programs such as Traktor Pro, Serato Scratch Live and Mixed In Key. By merging turntable instruction with an in-depth, educational look at these digital mixing components, the video series gives even beginners the ability to become a DJ by learning from the ground up.
DJ Courses Online is a product of the Institute of Digital Music and has been crafted around the feedback and experiences of hundreds of students who have already completed the course. Seven sections comprise the full array of topics covered through the website, each containing a multitude of videos aimed at making learning easy for those people who want to learn how to DJ. Topics covered include mixing, turntable techniques and a focus on a variety of popular DJ styles, including Dubstep, Drum ‘n’ Bass and Hip-hop.
“We’re providing aspiring DJ students with the resources and skills to help them take their talents further,” says Robeen Dey, Co-Founder of DJ Courses Online. “There are tons of places online where people can pick up little tips and concepts, but very few that actually teach the skills necessary to become a successful DJ. What we’re providing is an education, not just concepts.”
To learn more about DJ Courses Online, to browse an overview of its programs and watch sample videos or to explore pricing, please visit http://djcoursesonline.com/.