Mix: Introduction to VJing

Recommended for teachers of all disciplines especially media, art and music.
Capacity: 10 places.

VJing is the mixture of visual images and music, originating in clubland but now a useful educational tool for exploring digital technology, soundtracks and editing. It’s also an accessible and appealing way for young people to engage with creative technology. This session will cover gathering footage, uploading clips to VJ software, using video mixers and integrating clips to music.

Led by VJ Adrian Ball.

“What is a VJ? A VJ manipulates video in much the same way that a DJ mixes records. The techniques and equipment vary but the basic principles remain the same (e.g. selecting, cross fading, scratching, cutting and sampling a rhythm).”

From http://vjs.net