Learn the Secrets of Turntablism from the Master Yoda of Scratching!

Now YOU can learn how to DJ from someone who's mastered the art form and can show you the way. 

Submit your own practice videos and get personalized feedback on your technique from the one and only DJ Qbert. 


Qbert Skratch University is a global community of DJs all taking their turntable skills to the next level in a fun and positively constructive way. You want direct feedback on your cuts from DJ Qbert? Now you got it!  Qbert will personally respond to YOUR practice videos and tell you what you should do to progress.  You also have access to all of Qbert's Video Exchanges™, so you learn from others even if you don't submit a video. There's a ton of beats to get into, an interactive Training Dojo for virtual Q n A scratching, behind the scenes videos, interviews, battles, and a whole lot more.  

You get hundreds of lessons from Qbert that cover all aspects of scratching, from the very basics to highly advanced skratch combos - not to mention lessons from Guest Professors on Beat Juggling, Trick Mixing, Serato, Traktor, Turntable Repair, and much more.  Whenever you have a question or want to know how you're doing, submit a practice video directly through the website.  Qbert will watch your video and then record a personalized video response for you with how you're doing and ways you can tighten up your technique. Click here to see how it works.

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Interview with DJ Chile
Oct 23

Not only is DJ Chile an incredibly talented turntablist, as his YouTube videos and a 2011 WTK World Freestyle title testify, he is also quite the philosopher when it comes to skratching. In this interview we learn about his process of first learning to skratch, how playing drums have inspired him, his debilitating tendonitis and the frustration of not being able to cut for two years, and much more. This is essential reading for anyone serious about skratching.

What is it about skratching that first made you want to do it?

DJ Chile: I guess what drew me to it initially was the sound; it seemed so different to what I’d heard before and it would sometimes give me the shivers, like when you hear music you really like. I also used to be heavily into Drum and Bass in my mid-teens, so I would listen to people like DJ Hype, Scratch Perverts, the Mixologists, and DJ Craze scratching in their mixes, and it would amaze me.