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This expression is strongly associated with Hip-Hop and DJ culture. A turntablist is a musician who conceives the scratching and mixing of records on a twin-deck turntable as an artistic and expressive medium. Turntablism is the process of creating music this way, by employing techniques such as scratching, backspinning, cutting and crossfading.



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Andersen, Tue Haste (2003). Mixxx: Towards Novel DJ Interfaces
Collins, Nicolas (2003d). Groove, Pit and Wave
Fikentscher, Kai (2003). “There’s not a problem I can’t fix, ‘cause I can do it in the mix”: On the Performative Technology of 12-inch Vinyl
Gallet, Bastien (2002). Le boucher du prince Wen-houei
Gelling, Randy (2000). Turntablism
Hansen, Kjetil Falkenberg (2002). The Basics of Scratching
Hansen, Kjetil Falkenberg, Bresin, Roberto (2006). Mapping Strategies in DJ Scratching
Holmes, Thom (2002). Electronic and Experimental Music
Kahn, Douglas (2003). Christian Marclay’s Early Years: An Interview
Katz, Mark (2001). Hindemith, Toch and Grammophonmusik
Lippit, Takuro Mizuta (2006). Turntable Music in the Digital Era: Designing Alternative Tools for New Turntable Expression
Marclay, Christian (1998). Christian Marclay [in interview]
Schaefer, Janek (2001). {AudiOh!}: Appropriation, Accident and Alteration
SMITH, Sophy (2007). The process of ‘collective creation’ in the composition of UK hip-hop turntable team routines
Smith, Sophy (S. J.) (2005). The Compositional Proceses of UK Hip-Hop Turntable Teams
Toop, David (2000). Hip Hop: Iron Needles of Death and a Piece of Wax