DJ Classes

Stylus offers DJ Classes available throughout the summers and track out camps for students on a year-round calendar at schools around North Carolina.

Private classes are also available. Call or email to learn more

info@stylusnc.com      919-346-4669

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DJ 101: Do you love music and technology, this is the class for you! Students get hands-on experience while learning the fundamentals of mixing songs, scratching sounds, and DJ music theory from professional DJ instructors. Students work on individual DJ workstations and will perform & record a short mini mix at the end of the program. No previous DJ experience required.

For further information you can contact Stylus by email at info@stylusnc.com or by phone at 919-346-4669

DJ School Class Locations and Dates

Summer – 2017

June 26th through June 30th (Afternoon)  –   Durham Academy – Learn More & Register

July 3rd through July 7th  (Afternoon)  –   Durham Academy – Learn More & Register

July 10th through July 14th (Afternoon)  – Durham Academy – Learn More & Register

July 17th through July 21st  – (Morning & Afternoon) – Cape Fear Academy – Learn More & Register

Due to increased demand – classes are capped at 20 students. Please make your reservations early. 

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Instructors:

Jason Huggins is a full-time professional DJ and experienced youth instructor. Starting in radio in 1998, Jason’s played every type of event imaginable and has professionally taught other pro Djs for years. Whether Top 40, Dubstep, Hip Hop, Glitch, Trap, Juke, Country, or Salsa, Jason will teach students how to cross genres and explore the history, science, technology, and methodology behind the worlds greatest Djs.

Dae Emerson is a longtime DJ, registered nurse, and brand new father of a handsome young man, Simon. Dae is great at guiding students through their first introduction to the art of DJing and helping them develop their own unique sound.

Eric Mills has been a DJ since he was 13 and taught Music at High Schools around the Southeast for years, including leading several of his marching bands to national championships. He makes the complicated accessible and his flair for perfection leaves students striving for their best.

Joseph Speight is best turntablist in the Carolinas, if not the entire southeast. His fundamental approach is distinct, and makes for an impressive technique that translates into student development.

 

DJ 102: A more advanced class covering additional techniques and methods for accomplishing the art of the mix. Showcasing new technologies and opportunities for creative expression.

DJ 103:   Advanced individualized instruction

 

Summer Camp Student Mixes:

These students (aged 7 through 13) recorded their mixes after one week of dedicated instruction. They’re experimenting with tracks, blends, effects, key signatures, cue points, beat structures, tempo variations, and the technological challenges of working a complicated DJ board.

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