DJ Console Table

Be a DJ: scratch and rap!

Four stations where participants can play with voice feed and looping:

  • Microphone and Roland VT-1: Move the voice feed from one octave to the next
  • Microphone and Alesis Nanoverb: Create hall and echo for the voice feed
  • Roland Sp-303 Sampler: Create special effects and soundscapes
  • Yamaha DJXII: A great big disco machine

Facts & Data

  • Materials - B1 wood, plexiglas, lighting, headphones, musical electronics
  • Sounds within the space - Voices
  • Setting - Inside
  • Setup time - 30 minutes
  • Exhibition duration - Days, weeks, months
  • Space needed - 300 x 300 cm
  • Electricity - 220 V / 200 W

Ready...get set...go!

  • Find some friends to play with!
  • Put on the headphones!
  • Add reverb and echo to your voice! ("Alesis Nanoverb")
  • Make your voice sound totally different! (Roland VT "Voice Transformer")
  • Create your own detailed soundscape! ("Roland SP-303")
  • Scratch with the CD and carefully experiment with all the knobs and buttons! ("Yamaha DJX")


There are so many different sounds to be heard!


Today, music pieces are often created digitally, either in studios or at home on the computer. The voice and other sounds can be alienated, be put in loops and modified. Have fun experimenting with your friends!

Links & downloads

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