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  • My name is A-Trak, I'm a DJ, producer,

    我的名字是 A-Trak,我是 DJ、製作人

  • record label owner.

    唱片公司老闆

  • The sort of, like, science of DJing,

    有點像...DJ 的科學

  • if you try to boil it down too much to a simple

    簡而言之

  • description of beatmatching, for example,

    像是對拍

  • definitely like an intangible to it.

    就是 DJ 的無形資產

  • On a very simple level, beatmatching is what you

    在很基礎的程度

  • call matching the tempo of one song to the next song

    對拍就是把一首歌的節奏合到另一首歌

  • that's playing so that you have a continuous beat.

    播放後就可以有一個持續的節奏

  • And just going back to the basic idea that DJs

    DJ 的初衷就是

  • keep people dancing.

    讓人跳舞

  • You're able to keep the tempo steady as you go from

    你能夠讓節拍保持穩定

  • song to song.

    從這首歌到下一首歌

  • It's actually a pretty easy technique, but DJing itself

    這真的是一個很簡單的技巧,但 DJ 本身

  • is not that easy and I think the real role of the DJ is

    沒那麼容易,我覺得 DJ 真正的角色是挑

  • selection, it's picking songs and having a sense of

    選歌、而且對於該播什麼音樂或播放時機

  • what to play and when.

    會有概念

  • And that's the part that's harder to break down or explain.

    這個部分就比較難解釋

  • What really differentiates a good DJ

    真的要區分一個傑出的 DJ

  • from a not so good DJ is

    跟平凡的 DJ

  • selection and taste and sense of timing

    是選擇、品味、掌握節奏的判斷力

  • and also knowing how to adapt to different crowds.

    也要知道如何應對不同的群眾

  • That's probably the biggest thing that DJs have to learn

    DJ 最需要學的

  • is to understand not only what to play and when

    可能是去搞懂不只是放音樂的時機或素材

  • but in which setting.

    還有情境

  • You can't play the same set everywhere.

    你不能在每個地方都放一樣的音樂

  • Electronic music's been around since the late '70s,

    電子音樂從 70 年代後期、 80 年代初期開始

  • early '80s.

    發展

  • So electronic music isn't new but EDM is this newer,

    所以電子音樂不算新的樂種,電子舞曲更新

  • bigger, more polished manifestation of it.

    更受歡迎、音樂表現更精湛

  • And when it really broke in America, at the beginning of

    當他真的流傳到美國

  • this decade, it's also when certain songs were

    這十年初,當某些歌曲

  • really bona fide pop songs, and were playing on the radio.

    變成真的流行歌曲在電台播放

  • New audiences embraced these big records that had a

    新的聽眾接受這些暢銷曲

  • universal appeal, and by the same token embraced

    有全球曝光度,象徵著聽眾也接受

  • the producers and DJs who were behind those records.

    在樂曲背後的製作人和 DJ

  • More and more of these festivals started popping up.

    越來越多音樂季相繼出現

  • I think that confused a lot of people.

    我覺得這讓很多人困擾

  • Just seeing a DJ essentially play songs

    只看 DJ 播放

  • that were already made,

    已經製作完的歌曲

  • on the stage where they'd be used to seeing

    在台上他們可能看過

  • the Red Hot Chili Peppers or something.

    嗆辣紅椒合唱團之類的表演

  • People were questioning whether

    人們會好奇是否

  • DJs were really just pressing

    DJ 只是按播放鍵

  • play and that became a bit of a buzzword,

    就衍生出了一些流行語

  • "pressing play" or "button pusher."

    「pressing play」或 「button pusher」

  • The range of different styles that started existing

    有太多不同風格

  • got almost too big to just categorize as one thing.

    以致於難以歸類

  • So, do some DJs just go up and press play and

    那很多 DJ 在不同場合只是上去按播放然後

  • phone in the same set at a lot of events?

    放一樣的音樂嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是的

  • Does that mean that all DJs do that, no.

    這代表所有的 DJ 都這樣嗎?不

  • A lot of DJs have true craftsmanship and art

    很多 DJ 有真本事

  • to what they do.

    對於他們做的音樂

  • Usually the argument that most people will give

    通常最多人在議論的是

  • and that I was just giving also is that DJs don't

    我前面也有提到的也就是

  • really play the same set everywhere and we're

    DJ 不會在每個場合都放一樣的音樂

  • mixing live and all this stuff.

    而且我們都在混音之類的

  • But in some cases when the show is so big, that you

    但是在某些時候如果是一個很大的秀

  • get into a place where there actually is literally pyro

    進去 DJ混音 的應用程式 pyro

  • and effects that need to be timed and this and that,

    效果要即時所以

  • then you'll have a DJ who plans their set.

    DJ 要自己設計他們的音樂

  • But even that to me, can be compared to theater.

    但像我,可以比喻成劇院

  • When you go watch theater, it's pre-planned but it's

    你去劇院看表演,那是事先安排過的

  • great entertainment.

    但還是很棒的娛樂體驗

  • In the case of a DJ, the DJ is doing a sort of

    以 DJ 來說,DJ 也是在進行一種場面調度

  • mise-en-scène, of songs that they know the crowd

    在歌曲方面,他們知道群眾

  • will enjoy hearing.

    喜歡聽什麼

  • And songs that they are sometimes connected to or

    還有他們有共鳴的歌曲

  • that they made.

    或他們做的音樂

  • And translating that into a show that will work

    並轉換成一場

  • in front of 60,000 people.

    在 60000 人前表演的秀

  • There's an art to that too.

    這也是藝術

  • The control of energy is kind of magical

    現場氣氛的控制有點神奇

  • and undeniable.

    而且千真萬確

  • And that's a big part of the art too.

    這也是藝術很大的一部分

  • So between that and

    所以在那之間

  • the sort of sonic wizardry

    聲音的魔法

  • that happens with the knobs on here,

    就藉著這裡的旋鈕展現

  • it definitely isn't something to be diminished.

    它是不可或缺的

My name is A-Trak, I'm a DJ, producer,

我的名字是 A-Trak,我是 DJ、製作人

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    Liang Chen 發佈於 2018 年 10 月 29 日
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