Dmc Vinylist Keep Vinyl Alive Turntable Slipmats – Red With White Print

Dmc Vinylist Keep Vinyl Alive Turntable Slipmats - Red With White Print

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Dmc Vinylist Keep Vinyl Alive Turntable Slipmats – Red With White Print A slipmat is a circular piece of slippery cloth orsynthetic materials that DJs place on the turntable platter instead of thetraditional rubber mat. Unlike the rubber mat which is made to keep hold ofthe record firmly in sync with the rotating platter, slipmats are designed toslip on the platter, allowing the DJ to manipulate a record on a turntablewhile the platter continues to rotate underneath. This is useful for holding arecord still for slip-cueing, making minute adjustments during beat matchingand mixing, and pulling the record back and forth for scratching. They arealso very commonly used, simply as decoration for when a record isn’t on theturntable. DMC – the founding company of DJ culture and forerunners of the DJ/ Club movement ! DMC was founded in 1983 to develop and promote the art formof DJing. With its pioneering spirit, it was the first company to releaselegal DJ mix tapes and promote club culture via their magazines Mixmag (UK)and Mixer (USA). In 1985 it launched the annual DMC World DJ Championship,taking Battle DJs into a global competition to unearth the supreme DJ. DMC wasthe first organisation to take DJs and clubbers to the shores of Ibiza and toMiamis Winter Music Conference in the early 80s. It launched cutting edgerecord labels to nurture and develop DJs, producers and new artists and becamea ground breaking player in the compilations market with titles including themuch loved ‘Back To Mine’ series. DMC, dedicated to clubland for a quartercentury remains – the most exclusive club in the DJ world. High quality, turntable slipmats Suitable for all vinyl decks Prevents static charging of the vinyl Used by the World’s best DJs Perfect for mixing, scratching or just playing vinyl ! Also makes your turntable look very cool !

 

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