Watch Vekked’s Incredible DMC Online Routine: PDX-3000, Monty Python and Sega

One of the best things the DMC DJ Championships has ever done was open up their competition to online submissions and allow DJs to use a wider range of tools in the Online competition than just simply two turntables and a mixer. We’d always enjoyed routines from talented DJ Vekked, and this one is not to be missed.

We enjoyed this routine so much because of the breadth of samples and techniques used in the video. If you don’t make it to the Sega section, hit play again right now and watch the whole thing.

Vekked shared a bit more insight on Reddit’s /r/DJs community. On controlling the speed of the turntable:

“PDX 3000 has a MIDI input that auto maps to a midi keyboard to control the platter speed in semitone increments… most under-rated feature of all time, even for just harmoic mixing it would be ridic helpful, you have nearly 4 octaves total I believe”

On how long it took to record the routine:

“That’s how I was after doing sooo many takes and working so hard on it. I haven’t done anything else for like 2 months and I did over 25 hours of recording to get this take (which wasn’t even perfect), so I really put a piece of my soul into this one”

Watch next: More incredible DJ routines that we’ve written about all here!

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  • calkutta

    Vekked has evolved every year Bettering Turntablism as we know it….Vekked,we had our lil’ Beef.and you are still a Bitch Waffle…lol….j/k…..But you are also in my Top 10 Kid-
    Keep Showing these Kats How its Done….and by the way?…so im counting like 5 Rane 62’s you’ve won now….Break a Nigga off a chunk’….Seriously….Great,Truly Great Work Yo’
    Rasp Haunt

  • jm2c

    Brilliant routine as always! rsp

  • No Qualms

    I’m a turntablist so I love watching the DMC stuff for the technical stuff, but this is the first time I actually enjoyed the ‘song’. Good job Vekked!
    Hope this is where turntablism is heading cos it’s dope.

  • killmedj

    If this is the “new” breed of turntablism, then bring it on! this is awesome!!

  • Kam

    sooooooo dope!

  • Dirtylooks

    Awesome video! Great style and technique!

  • lokey

    really top notch!

  • Vekked

    thanks so much for the post DJTT!!

    • Dan White

      for sure 🙂 keep killing it!

  • QCube

    Hey i used a whole bunch of the same samples when i used to scratch 😀 I found them somewhere samplet of some old consoles or so. But i never used them that creative. So good job and ty djtt for sharing 🙂