It was pretty fun. I practiced this set for a while. Lots of DJ scratching too.
It kinda sounds like Russian to me, but I don’t speak Russian so that is not saying much. This is one of the later creative videos that I made with a little beatboxing, my computer and my turntables.
Here’s the latest creative video that I made. I first did a little beatboxing, recorded it, looped it with my computer and then scratched over it with my turntables.
I also used a little sound sample from the crosswalk ticker and some footage around the neighborhood.
Lately I have been watching a lot of Jordan Peterson’s stuff. He is really interesting. I signed up for one of his courses online called self and future authoring.
Some of the questions that are asked in the future authoring course I added to the video. Something to think about.
I recently made a video called What’s your kung fu? I did a lot of editing in that video of little bits like ummm, ahhh or ughhh.
I edited it because it seemed to drag on and ughhh like slow it down. After I decided I would try to make something with it. So I did.
- First I made a beat with stuff I chopped and sampled from Garage band including my voice in the video.
- I cut all the little bits up (35 total) and started a new video.
- I took the audio from that video and ran it through my computer to my turntables and then scratched it.
I added a few more bits like a dragon fly from Shanghai and some rock jumping in New Hampshire.
So I tried to make a piece of art from my own junk. It was kinda interesting and fun. I think I like it too.
Here’s a video that I made that combines some of the street performing that I do as well as some dj scratching.
I came up with the idea for this show since before pushing play many people thought that I was the robot kind of guy. They assumed I did the robot or danced.
Not really, but I do beatbox and scratch. And in this video I mix the beatboxing up a bit and then scratch it.