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Edited by D-Fuse.
Published by Laurence King, 2006
192 pages. 260mm x 240mm. DVD Duration 130min Approx. NTSC. All Regions

The VJ is an artist who creates and mixes video, live and in sync to music, in venues ranging from clubs and festivals to art galleries and stadiums.

This book takes an in-depth look at this dynamic audio-visual experience – the development of the scene, its history and groundbreaking role in modern visual culture are all explored by leading VJs, musicians and designers.

The work of a huge range of international VJs is showcased, with over 120 artists and industry figures interviewed. Hardware and software available for VJing are detailed, with stage set-ups used by major VJs illustrated, along with their guidelines on how to achieve a successful show.

The accompanying DVD features exclusive live and video work and documentaries exemplifying the possibilities of this vibrant new interface between sound and image.

The book includes
- Over 120 interviews with international artists at the forefront of the scene
- Free DVD with 130 min of exclusive videos from artists featured in the book, Live performances and Documentaries, including Vee-Jay Nights.

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