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Berklee professor takes DJ class out for a spin

By Christopher Muther
Globe Staff / February 17, 2004

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From the back of the room, Stephen Webber instructs his students to "baby scratch" a series of quarter notes before launching into a round of "scribbles." Although the result sounds like little more than syncopated white noise, the eight students hunched over the sparkling turntables in this tiny, subterranean Massachusetts Avenue classroom are making history. (Full Article: 1199 Words)

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