It has some footage of "scratch-offs" or whatever they're called. There's a
how-to section explaining the basic repertoire of the DJ (the basic sounds
you get from scratching), and how you use two tables to get the bass track
and break of one record and the tunes from another. It ain't easy to do.
Violin playing it's not, but there's more skill on display here than most
rhythm guitar players. It requires an inordinate amount of preparation
(dozens of records in a queue, post-it notes on the records showing where
your break begins, etc..). Very fascinating.
> I notice, too, that there is a DVD of bonus materials. What's on that?
> Charles Lawson