I was recently humbled and excited to learn that a pocket of DJs I have never met had learned something from my instruction.
School of Scratch Student Art aka Arthug caught up with 2015 IDA Scratch Category Philippine Champion: Fuwoywoy Vujaper aka Fuwy aka Christian Fadera about how he has used Studio Scratches tutorials to help him master the art of scratching.
Fuwy mentioned to me: “Emma, thank you! I didn’t think I could be good at scratching. After I mastered your chirp flare tutorial, I became invincible!” Stoked to hear that! On with the video:
Hi my name is Fuwy and I just want to share something to everybody who’s into scratch music.
You know for me, scratch DJing is extremely fun and Emma Holmes will guide you to enjoy while you’re learning
So check it out and never hesitate because scratch DJing will take you and travel to space!
I want to say thanks to studioscratches.com because you exist in this world and I’m one of your students and I came to this point that I learned everything you got in youtube, so I really like watching all your videos, it’s fun and it’s easy to follow.
I invite everyone because if I can do all of this, then I believe that you can do it too!
Just go to studioscratches.com and learn the proper way. Thank you.
Fuwy is talkng about my 2009 original series of free tutorials which you can access here.*
*Please note that I have since shot a completely new series of HD tutorials which you can find over in my online School of Scratch.
See more at: SchoolOfScratch.com
Check out Fuwy in action here. Those cuts!
You can connect with Fuwy here:
If you are curious about the IDA champtionships in the Philippines, you can check that out here:
Thanks so much Fuwy for sharing your journey and thoughts about the tutorials and to Art for capturing Fuwy on cam.
Salamat po, Fuwy, Art and Pinoy turntablists! ??
Happy Scratching! 😀
– Emma Short-E