No longer do you have to be a superhero to wear a do-it-all utility belt. Emily Carr design students Justin Alm and Jack Curtis created The Hip-Hop Belt, an “educational tool for younger children” to assist in learning about hip-hop DJ’ing and sampling. The belt features a mixer, two turntables w/ rotary sensors, and an ultrasonic sensitive kill switch.
Visit Emily Carr for more details and hit the break for video of The Hip-Hop Belt in action!
2,154 thoughts on “The Hip-Hop Belt: DJ’ing & Sampling By Design”
People got to much time on they hands smh
this blog hits a new low…
Thanks for the support “meezy”.
Ha! Gotta love Canadians!
Wish they would have demonstrated everything. Be cool to see it all in action.
This thing does not work, I think they just edited sound with the video.
That dude ‘Illskillz’ was moaning that you never feature videos of unknown producers like him, and then you go and feature stuff like this……..smh
Is it supposed the be funny or a spoof or ironic or what?…I dont get it.
LMAO at “and an ultrasonic sensitive kill switch”…this shit is too funny haha
quit being dicks
i think it’s a joke?
these is one silly dj toy..
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