Refreshing Technics’ classic SL1200 Series design with new digital technology, the Technics SL-1200MK7 features a new coreless motor for improved performance, customizable torque and brake speed, and an all-black design aimed squarely at expanding the creative capacity of professional DJs. Lucas MacFadden, a producer and DJ known as Cut Chemist, walks us through some of the iconic scratch techniques popularized throughout the 1980’s and beyond using the Technics SL-1200MK7. Learn more about the Technics SL-1200MK7 here: https://www.guitarcenter.com/Technics/SL-1200MK7-Direct-Drive-Professional-DJ-Turntable.gc?source=4GOA4LOBA Watch Cut Chemist give his first impressions on the SL-1200MK7 here: https://youtu.be/iuUaAs3wzRY Keep up with Cut Chemist here: https://www.cutchemist.com
23 thoughts on “Technics SL-1200MK7 Turntable | Cut Chemist Scratch Techniques”
What mixer is that folks? Looks like Traktor
Pioneer djm s9
@REFUGEE the DJ thank you
Vlad tv brought me here juvinille
When guys like q bert and chemist do instructional videos they make it look so f easy when just going thru the basics . Guy is smooth
Keep them alive!
No mention of grandmaster flash?
Don’t sweat the technique
The Joe Cooley scratch is the best
Just getting back into dj’in myself after 20 years. Watching this helps a lot. You’re nice bro! I simply have 1200s, 2 channel numark mixer. Any beat/battle, scratch you can recommend to practice more. Thanks
The Reloop RP8000MK2 seems to be a better tat for this use
I am a young Deejay beginner passionate about music who is doing his little way, I take my comment to start my heartfelt cry so that a person of good will can help me have a turntable (controller) so that I can learn better and advance better in the world of animation deejay that I love so much. Dj Thomas from Senegal thank you for your understanding
How do we contact you?
Back in the day I always assumed it came more from the hand on the record, now watching 20 Tex later it’s seems like so much more is the hand on the fader. Definitely wish I still had my turntables and could watch YouTube videos to learn. YouTube and videos altogether has made learning so much easier. Would love to see how much more djs have advanced or still stay stagnant
DVS also, no needle skipping and easy cue points for juggling.
Glad I found out about this guy
Still have my vhs..of ya guys
time to pick up where I left off!! live the video
What records are you using?
Your Sick Man Nice
lol. why dont you put the name of mixer in description ? :/ good vid btw.